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5 Great Alt-Rock Bands Whose Line-Ups Never Changed: The Strokes, Radiohead, and more

If a band lasts longer than a few years, there's an excellent chance that someone's going to leave or get kicked out, and if it lasts long enough, this could become a frequent occurrence. However, these five bands somehow managed to maintain a ...

The Strokes Perform First Show In Nearly Three Years [SETLIST]

The Strokes performed their first show in nearly three years last night in Port Chester, New York. The set served as a warm-up to the band's highly anticipated headlining slot at Governors Ball Music Festival this coming weekend.

8 Famous Artists That Never Had a U.S. Hit: Bob Marley, Wu-Tang Clan, And More

Most musicians aren't lucky enough to ever have a hit single on any Billboard chart. However, there are some world famous, highly influential artists who somehow managed to never release hit a single in the United States. Here are eight famous ...

FYF Fest 2014 lineup features biggest acts ever with The Strokes, Phoenix, HAIM and more [FULL LINEUP]

Los Angeles is going to get super indie come this August. Today (May 16), FYF Fest announced its 2014 lineup, and the two-day gathering will bring out some of the biggest acts in alternative rock.

Albert Hammond Jr. says The Strokes won't tour until they release a new album

The Strokes are set to make their return to the stage at Governors Ball Music Festival in New York on June 7. However, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. said the band wouldn't tour again until they've put out a new album, which he hopes will come out next ...

6 Classic Albums That Deserve Documentaries: Weezer, the Strokes and more

Some of my favorite types of films to watch are music documentaries, and with the premiere of Time is Illmatic, a film about the classic Nas LP Illmatic (in my opinion, the greatest rap album ever made), I started thinking about what other incredible ...

NME lists its 500 best songs of all time: Nirvana, The Smiths and The Strokes vie for top spot

"Greatest songs of all time" lists are nothing new, but we admit we're curious to see what the folks at NME have come up with. After all, the magazine emphasizes rock from the U.K., and the U.K. has produced many of the most influential groups of all ...

The Strokes will perform live at the Governors Ball in June along with Outcast, Vampire Weekend and Jack White

It's been a while since The Strokes performed live, but it has been announced that the band will return to the stage at the Governors Ball Music Festival in New York during the three-day event on Randall's Island between June 6 and 8.

Governors Ball Music Festival reveals 2014 lineup in New York Times advertisement

The 2014 lineup for Governors Ball Music Festival was revealed this morning in a New York Times advertisement. The three-day festival takes place June 6-8 at Randall's Island Park in New York City.

Albert Hammond Jr. Of the Strokes Announces North American Tour Dates

Albert Hammond Jr., the guitarist for the Strokes, has announced a North American tour in support of his upcoming quasi self-titled solo EP, AHJ, which is due out Oct. 8 via Cult Records.

Albert Hammond, Jr. New Album 2013: The Strokes Guitarist to Release EP in September via Julian Casablancas' Cult Records

Five years after his last solo effort, Hammond announced that he will release a five-song EP in September via the podcast "Nocturnal Emotions," according to Pitchfork. The new music will come out via fellow Stroke Julian Casablancas' record label ...

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