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Dr. Dog

Dr. Dog 4X4: 'Lonesome' Band Announces Run of New York Shows [SCHEDULE]

Sep 2014 15:01PM EDT

The band will be playing four January dates in Brooklyn before heading to Manhattan for four more.READ MORE

Lollapalooza

Lollapalooza Announces 2015 Dates In South America, Jack White Rumored To Headline

Sep 2014 13:15PM EDT

Alternative rock megafestival Lollapalooza has announced that it will be returning to South America for three consecutive weekends in March 2015. Lollapalooza Chile will take place in Santiago on March 14 and 15, Lollapalooza Argentina will take place in Buenos Aires on March 21 and 22, and Lollapalooza Brazil will take place in Sao Paolo on March 28 and 29.READ MORE

Timothy Showalter

Strand Of Oaks Covers Asia's "Heat Of The Moment" For A.V. Club's 'Undercover' [LISTEN]

Sep 2014 12:58PM EDT

A.V. Club's Undercover series has paired some of today's most talented acts with unlikely cover songs, and the most recent clip has Strand of Oaks reworking Asia's 1982 "Heat of the Moment."READ MORE

Manchester Orchestra

Manchester Orchestra Releases Surprise Album "Hope," Announces Tour [FULL SCHEDULE]

Sep 2014 12:58PM EDT

Although they’ve already released an album this year, Atlanta indie rock band Manchester Orchestra announced today that they have already recorded another album, Alternative Press reports. Hope, which has been released digitally today and is set for a vinyl release on Nov. 18, is a stripped down, more acoustic reimagining of their most recent album Cope, released back in April. In support of this new album, Manchester Orchestra has also announced a string of tour dates, which will run from October to December.READ MORE

Hozier

Hozier Covers Arctic Monkeys: Watch "Do I Wanna Know?" Performance [VIDEO]

Sep 2014 12:56PM EDT

Irish folk star Hozier (pronounced "Ho-zeer") has a bunch of new music to play. His self-titled debut album is due Sept. 19, and he's dropped two EPs in the past year.READ MORE

Led Zeppelin in 1973

7 Bands That Broke Up After The Death Of A Member

Sep 2014 20:16PM EDT

Out of all the problems a band can face, the death of a member seems like it would be one of the most difficult to overcome. Here are seven bands who broke up after the death of a member.READ MORE

Joe Newman of alt-J

Alt-J Stream New Album 'This Is All Yours' Via Spotify

Sep 2014 20:14PM EDT

Indie rock quartet alt-J won are sharing their new album This Is All Yours with fans, streaming the second studio effort on Spotify in advance of its release.READ MORE

Black Francis of PIXIES

Pixies Release '90s Nostalgia-Filled Music Video for 'Indie Cindy' Single "Ring The Bell" [WATCH]

Sep 2014 17:07PM EDT

It's safe to say that nostalgia for the '90s is here in full force. Coca-Cola is bringing back Surge, crop tops are in fashion and, well, the Pixies are releasing new albums and music videos. Today (Sept. 15), the legendary alternative rock band dropped a new music video for its Indie Cindy track "Ring The Bell," featuring two young women on the hunt for all things Care Bears, trolls and bubbles.READ MORE

The Rolling Stones - "Exile On Main St." (1972)

7 Bands Whose Double Albums Were Their Best

Sep 2014 15:36PM EDT

Double albums are a tricky proposition for most artists. Though they can be fascinating listens, they tend to come off as overlong, bloated, and messy, and even some classic ones such as The Beatles' "White Album" are often criticized for being indulgent. Still, some bands pull it off, and the double albums released by these seven bands are often considered to be their best work.READ MORE

Damien Rice

Damien Rice Announces North American Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

Sep 2014 14:14PM EDT

Damien Rice will hit a few major U.S. cities on his just-released North American tour schedule, but a full-scale jaunt is not currently in the cards.READ MORE

Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey Cancels Several European Appearances Due To Illness

Sep 2014 13:29PM EDT

Obviously, this is not going over well in the UK. According to MTV, Virgin Radio is planning a boycott of the singer, saying in a statement it "disapproves of this total lack of respect for the fans and is removing Lana Del Rey from its playlist."READ MORE

Run The Jewels

Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) Release Single "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" [LISTEN]

Sep 2014 12:40PM EDT

"Tip-toe on the track like a ballerina," Mike raps. "Ski mask in a Pontiac Catalina / It's obese female opera singer / You can run the jewels or lose your fingers."READ MORE

Kurt Dahle

New Pornographers Drummer Kurt Dahle Leaving Bands

Sep 2014 12:32PM EDT

Founding member and drummer of The New Pornographers, Kurt Dahle, is leaving the band.READ MORE

Dave Matthews

5 Artists Who Debuted With Live Albums

Sep 2014 11:51AM EDT

If an artist decides to record a live album at all, it's usually released at least a few years into their career, after they're established enough to warrant interest in how their live performances sound. However, these five artists took a more unusual route by actually debuting with live albums.READ MORE

Royal Blood

WATCH: Royal Blood Cover Lana Del Rey's 'West Coast' [VIDEO]

Sep 2014 11:49AM EDT

The Ultraviolence single, which hit the charts this summer, was given a slight makeover by Mike Kerr (bass guitar) and Ben Thatcher (drums).READ MORE

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