Tag: On Tour

PREMIERE: Tinariwen Sing Songs of Freedom for the Women of the Sahara in “Assàwt”

The Tuareg guitar masters return with “Elwan” on February 10.

PREMIERE: The Dig Let Down Their “Jet Black Hair”

The New York quartet’s new album Bloodshot Tokyo is out February 3.

PREMIERE: Retail Space Play the Old Country Waltz on Synths in “Don’t Ask Me Why”

The Brooklyn duo’s ludicrously titled second album, “You Can Catch a Lobster With Eggs But Not Egg Salad,” is out February 10.

PREMIERE: Slow Mass Are Here to Help You Return to the Grind with the “Treasure Pain” EP

You get hardcore to wake you up and you get experimentation to keep you engaged.

PREMIERE: Criminal Hygiene Are the Smartest Punks in the Room in “Dangers of Convenience”

The LA band are on the road with Bleached right now.

PREMIERE: The Notwist Announce First Live Album, Share “Pick Up the Phone” from “Neon Golden”

“Superheroes, Ghostvillains, + Stuff” is out October 14 via Sub Pop.

PREMIERE: Oh Pep! are Late for the Train in “Bushwick” Video

“Now I’m waving my hands in the middle of the road, and the cars won’t stop, no they won’t even slow.”

PREMIERE: Hide Your Head in “Love Shadows” with Nashville’s Harpooner

The former Indianans take you to the lake.

Allah-Las Quietly Assert Their Will with “Famous Phone Figure” Video

From the group’s upcoming “Calico Review.”

PREMIERE: Brass Bed Hide Among “Yellow Bursts of Age” in New Video

From the Louisiana group’s latest album, “In the Yellow Leaf.”

WATCH: Silversun Pickups Return to Silver Lake in the First Episode of “You Are Here”

Our new video series tours the cities that inspire the world.

PREMIERE: Daniel Martin Moore and Wussy’s Lisa Walker Cover Hank Williams’s “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”

Filmed in the same studio where Hank and The Pleasant Valley Boys cut the original in 1949.

WATCH: Step Off-Road with Steve Gunn in the Video for “Conditions Wild”

“Eyes on the Lines,” his Matador debut, is out June 3.

LISTEN: Car Seat Headrest Officially Announces “Teens of Denial” with “Drunk Drivers / Killer Whales” Single

Will Toledo’s first-ever full-band recording is out May 20 on Matador.

David Gilmour Is Returning to Pompeii

The seventy-year-old guitar god will play a solo show (for an audience) in the Roman town for the first time since Pink Floyd’s classic concert film.

Radiohead Announces 2016 World Tour

Congratulation to the coasts and Montreal!

LISTEN: Anti- Signee Andy Shauf Gets All Dressed Up on “The Magician”

“The Party” drops May 20.

Bob Dylan Announces His Thirty-Seventh Album “Fallen Angels”

The news comes alongside details of a tour with Mavis Staples.

LISTEN: Sturgill Simpson Announces “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” Shares New Song “Brace for Impact (Live a Little)”

The outlaw returns.

PREMIERE: K Records Signee Aries Trips the Light Fantastic in “Eclipse Total” Video

Isabel Fernández Reviriego’s K debut drops April 1.

LISTEN: M83 Return with “Junk,” Offer up “Do It, Try It”

Out April 8 on Mute.

LISTEN: Mitski Is “Your Best American Girl”

“Puberty 2” is out June 17 on Dead Oceans.

LISTEN: Neko Case, k. d. lang, and Laura Veirs Form Supergroup, Release New Song “Atomic Number”

“case/lang/veirs” is out on June 17 via Anti-.

PREMIERE: Boston’s Horse Jumper of Love Have “Bagel Breath” and Expect to Cuddle

The loud ‘n’ slow trio drop their debut on March 11.

LISTEN: Just in Time for the Weekend, Iggy Pop Shares “Sunday”

“Post Pop Depression” is out March 18 on Loma Vista.

PREMIERE: Jaye Bartell Offers Daily Lamentation on “Tuesdays” Single

From “Light Enough”, the peripatetic singer-songwriter’s third album.

WATCH: Kevin Morby Resurrects the Dead in Video for “I Have Been to the Mountain”

“Singing Saw” is out April 15 via Dead Oceans.

PREMIERE: Film School Dives Into a Field of Wah in the New Track “Give Up”

The LA-via-SF-via-NY post-punk group has reunited their classic lineup for the first time in a decade to release “June,” a new EP which is out February 12.


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