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The lovable prince of indie rock chats with Rebecca Milner about Reddit, Vanessa Carlton, and his new LP 'This Old Dog'.
Vic’s latest clip goes full throttle as he trades bars with King Push and mangles a Pharrell beat.Read More
Widowspeak’s new song will make you sigh, cry, and fall for with their dream pop sensibilities.Read More
Even on a cloudy day, Governors Ball went for it — hitting high speeds with Tool, Mac DeMarco, Phantogram, Skepta, and Cage The Elephant.Read More
Gov Ball continued its reign as a summer classic with defining sets from Childish Gambino, YG, Banks, Stormzy, A$AP Ferg, and Local Natives.Read More
Three albums in, the Louisville outfit are focused on making classic pop-rock that’s polished, chic, and capable of driving off with your girl/mom.Read More
Chance’s set at Budweiser Stage was damn near perfect as it was full of deep dives into 'Acid Rap' and ‘Coloring Book’.
Metallica’s ‘WorldWired’ Tour hit Toronto with a deafening thud as the foursome tore through one of their most electrifying performances in years.
Single Mothers’ ‘Our Pleasure’ release show was pure chaos as it hit like a baseball bat caked in battery acid and rusted barbed wire.
Deftones and Rise Against’s joint summer tour hit Toronto and barrelled through ‘White Pony’, ‘Wolves’, ‘The Sufferer & The Witness’, and more.
At its very core, the Brooklyn outfit’s new one is a minimal yet magnetic polaroid of synth folk.
The art-pop trio’s latest is a near five-min single that will tear your heart into a million pieces.
The Ohio/Michigan punks preview their third LP with an opener that hits like a ton of bricks.