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SXSW 'K-Pop Night Out' Showcase Returns for Third Year

Legendary Austin music festival South By Southwest will be hosting its third annual "K-Pop Night Out" showcase Thursday, March 19, at the Elysium Nightclub. Presented by the Korea Creative Content Agency, the showcase features performances by a ...

The Strokes's 'Reptilia' Featured in New Volkswagen Commercial [WATCH]

The Strokes's "Reptilia" has enjoyed a remarkable amount of success since it was released in 2003 as the second single from The Strokes's second studio album "Room on Fire." "Reptilia" has been popular not only with fans but also commercially. Though ...

Julian Casablancas Wants To Release New Strokes Album On His Own Label; Despises iTunes

Casablancas is tired of other people meddling with his musical creations.

Bon Iver, Strokes, Arcade Fire Members To Play One-Off 'All-Star' Show At Basketball Game

The Butlers will team with Vernon and Fraiture to create a one-off supergroup and provide fans with a once-in-a-lifetime concert experience.

Julian Casablancas Won't Tour With The Strokes or (Probably) The Voidz Anytime Soon

If you're a big fan of The Strokes of Julian Casablancas' new project with The Voidz, don't expect an expansive, worldwide tour anytime soon. In a new interview, the "Where No Eagles Fly" singer expressed his disdain for long live treks, saying they ...

The Strokes New Album: Julian Casablancas Says Band Could Start Working On Material In January

Casablancas is making music and touring with The Voidz, but he expects to focus on The Strokes beginning in early 2015.

9 Albums With More Than One Cover Design: Kanye West, Radiohead, And More

Whether we like it or not, an album cover greatly influences the way we hear the music held inside of it (it's why the guitars on My Bloody Valentine's Loveless sound "pink" to me). However, there are some artists who have release albums with more ...

8 Artists Jack White Should Produce: Lorde, Foo Fighters, And More

When news broke this week that Jack White was possibly interested in producing the next Libertines album, it made perfect sense, since The Libertines' garage rock sound is just the sort of thing that White is known for. Here are some other artists ...

Interpol Frontman Paul Banks Compares The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs To Rival Internet Companies

Interpol and The Strokes have been viewed as rivals since releasing debuts in the early 2000s, and Interpol frontman Paul Banks confirmed the sentiment in a recent interview with The Guardian.

Arcade Fire, Bon Iver To Play Basketball For Charity In Montreal

If there's anything that Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler loves more than music, it's basketball (and since he's about nine feet tall, he's pretty good at it, too). Over the last few years, Butler has hosted the annual Pop vs. Jock basketball game in ...

8 Bands Who Debuted With Their Best Album: The Strokes, R.E.M., And More

Some bands take a while to put out their strongest album, since it usually takes time to work out the kinks and hone your songwriting, but these eight bands came roaring right out of the gate with their strongest full-length effort.

10 Best American Bands Of The Last 20 Years

England may have given us the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Radiohead, but the list of legendary bands from the United States is just as impressive: The Velvet Underground, The Ramones, R.E.M., and much more. To celebrate America's birthday today, ...

8 Bands That Never Appear On Album Covers: Radiohead, The Strokes, And More

Though finding bands that didn't appear on their own album covers was a pretty difficult task back in the '50s and '60s, bands have explored many different styles of album artwork as time progressed. Here are eight bands that have never appeared on ...

8 Albums That Omit Great Songs On Some Editions: The Strokes, The Smiths, And More

When a band achieves international success, their albums are often re-released in different countries with bonus tracks, or sometimes with altered tracklistings. These eight albums, however, have incredible songs that, for one reason or another, ...

Governors Ball 2014 Day 2 Review & Recap: The Strokes Slay NYC, Jack White Rocks Out and Everyone Sweats A Lot

The temperatures were rising and the music was pumping at Governors Ball 2014 Day Two on Saturday (June 7). After an electrifying Day One, which boasted sets from Outkast, Phoenix, Damon Albarn and more, the masses returned to Randall's Island once ...

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