The Breeders

LISTEN: The Breeders Drops New Song 'All Nerve' From First New Album Since 10 Years Ago

Genres 09:38AM EDT

'All Nerve' will contain a previously released single and will also kick off a world tour. The Breeders' last album was 'Mountain Battles' which was released way back in 2008.READ MORE

Joey Santiago of the band Pixies performs at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on February 23, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada

Joey Santiago of the Pixies Enters Rehab for Alcohol and Drug Issues

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Joey Santiago of the Pixies has entered rehab for alcohol and drug issues. The news was released to fans on Facebook this morning (Sept. 16).READ MORE

Modest Mouse

Riot Fest 2015 Announces Lineups for Chicago, Denver & Toronto: Modest Mouse, Snoop Dogg, Iggy Pop & More

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Riot Fest celebrated its 10th anniversary last year with a stacked lineup and a handful of bands playing their breakout albums in full. But Riot Fest is not about to let itself peak, and now its 2015 lineup has been revealed. Yesterday (May 27), it was announced that No Doubt, Modest Mouse, Wu-Tang Clan, Pixies, Snoop Dogg, Iggy Pop and more have been announced as the main headliners for the now-rooted festivals in Denver, Chicago and TorontoREAD MORE

Robert Plant

Robert Plant Announces New Tour Dates With The Pixies and JD McPherson Around Festival Dates

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Robert Plant recently added some North American tour dates to his 2015 schedule. The singer and his Sensational Space Shifters will make stops in Salt Lake City, Las Vegas and Los Angeles before taking the stage at Bonnaroo. The Pixies will join Plant on a handful of dates as well. JD McPherson also signed on to open for the former Led Zeppelin frontman at a few shows.READ MORE

Black Francis of the Pixies

Pixies Announce North American Tour Dates Including Shaky Knees Festival and Boston Calling

Buzz 11:10AM EDT

The Pixies, riding high off their April release, Indie Cindy, have announced a few North American tour dates for this May. The trek will take the band from New Orleans to Montebello, Quebec, with stops at the Shaky Knees Festival and Boston Calling also scheduled. Fans can expect to hear some new material from the band at the shows as well.READ MORE

Gerard Way

Gerard Way Announces North American Tour Dates Before 'Boston Calling' Appearance [FULL SCHEDULE]

Buzz 15:17PM EDT

Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has announced a brief run of North American tour dates leading up to his appearance at the Boston Calling Festival May 23. According to "Alternative Press," the tour kicks off in Minneapolis May 15 and will also take Way to Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati, Toronto and Montreal.READ MORE


Boston Calling 2015 Lineup: Beck, Pixies, My Morning Jacket and More Top Event's Spring Lineup

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The onslaught of music festival lineups continues to pound fans everywhere. The newest collection of performers revealed to the world comes on behalf of Boston Calling, which is entering its fifth year as an event in May. Beck, the Pixies and My Morning Jacket are listed at the top of the bill.READ MORE

Joey Santiago

Pixies Reflect On 'Doolittle' Album: Cult Classic Celebrating 25th Anniversary

Buzz 21:58PM EDT

Pixies have built up such a cult indie following over the past three decades that they've essentially become mainstream. Their old records — Surfer Rosa and Doolittle, in particular — are consistently lauded as lynchpins of the rock scene that engendered the '90s grunge movement and continue to inspire new bands.READ MORE

The Who Sell Out (1967)

7 Song Titles That Describe Their Album Covers: The Who, Sonic Youth, And More

Buzz 14:55PM EDT

Plenty of album are given title tracks, which are songs that share a name with the album itself, but these seven songs are a bit different, sharing a name with whatever happens to be on the album cover. Here are seven song titles that describe their album covers.READ MORE

Pixies - 'Doolittle 25'

Pixies Announce Expanded Edition Of 'Doolittle' To Celebrate Album's 25th Anniversary

Buzz 11:21AM EDT

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their classic sophomore album Doolittle, alt-rock legends the Pixies have announced the release of Doolittle 25, a three-disc expanded edition of the album. Along with the original album itself, this expanded edition will include bonus tracks, two John Peel Sessions, B-sides, and demo versions of every song on the album. Nearly half of the 50 tracks compiled on Doolittle 25 have never been released before.READ MORE

Asphalt Orchestra

Bang On A Can's Asphalt Orchestra Release Pixies' 'Surfer Rosa' Cover Album November 18 on Cantaloupe Music Records

Genres 13:30PM EDT

Bang On A Can project, Asphalt Orchestra, is set to drop their latest record, a Pixies' Surfer Rosa remix album. The Cantaloupe Music release is due out on November 18 and features the cult classic in it’s entirety.READ MORE

JEFF The Brotherhood

JEFF The Brotherhood Cover The Pixies: 'Gouge Away' To Appear On Covers EP Dig The Classics [LISTEN]

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JEFF The Brotherhood, a Nashville duo consisting of brothers Jake and Jamin Orrall, decided to pay homage to a quartet of their favorite songs with the forthcoming EP Dig the Classics.READ MORE

'It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back' by Public Enemy

#Fugazi1888: Public Enemy, Morrissey and Pixies Try to Sell Their Classic Albums 100 Years Earlier

Genres 14:38PM EDT

Music Times scrounged together a list of other classic 1988 performances and wondered what would happen if those same performers had to justify their works 100 years earlier, to jump on the #Fugazi1888 bandwagon.READ MORE

Black Francis of PIXIES

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

Genres 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

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7 Incredible Minimalist Music Videos: Lorde, The White Stripes, And More

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Pop music videos have a tendency to be flashy and eye-catching, with cuts that are so quick that there's not really any room for subtlety or nuance. However, these seven artists ignored these conventions and instead made videos that are startlingly minimalist and uncomplicated.READ MORE

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