King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard postponing North American tour amid coronavirus
”We’ll be listening to experts and taking advice about what is best for the human race going forward. Heaps of new tunes on the way too. Stay home. Look after each other,” the band write.
Dead Prez playing ‘Let’s Get Free’ 20th anniversary shows; Talib Kweli touring
Talib Kweli DJs Dead Prez's NYC show (which AZ opens) and he's also got several upcoming shows of his own.
Sleigh Bells playing ‘Treats’ 10th anniv. show in NYC w/ Black Dresses
"We MIGHT be joined by some other peeps. Bring your dancing shoes," the band says in an announcement on social media.
Yaeji announces new mixtape, shares “Waking Up Down,” touring w/ Jessy Lanza
Yaeji will release a new full-length mixtape, WHAT WE DREW 우리가 그려왔던, on April 2 via XL.
Royce Da 5’9″ announces ‘The Allegory’ US Tour
Royce dropped his very solid new LP 'The Allegory' last month, and he'll be taking it on tour...
The Lemon Twigs announce 2020 North American tour for new album
The tour kicks off in May and runs through June, and hits cities like Los Angeles, Philly, NYC, Columbus, St. Louis, Vancouver, Cambridge, Seattle, Chicago, and lots more.
Liz Phair announces US headlining tour, reveals album title
Liz's headlining tour kicks off this spring, and precedes her summer tour with Alanis Morissette and Garbage.
pics: Harry Belafonte tribute at Apollo Theater (w/ Common, Maxwell, Sheila E, more)
The night celebrated the King of Calypso's 93rd birthday, and featured a star-studded lineup of musicians who honored Belafonte's legacy.
Robert Plant’s new band Saving Grace covered Low, announces US tour
Saving Grace sees Plant performing a "repertoire of 'music inspired by the dreamscape of the Welsh Marches,' songs that span Plant’s diverse tastes and influences, notably his lifelong passion for British and American folk, spirituals, and traditional blues, including a number …
Wolf Parade & Jo Passed played Brooklyn Steel (pics, video, setlist)
Throughout their set (which leaned heavily on Thin Mind tracks), the band sounded as lively as ever, managing to breathe new life into older classics, thanks to their leaner three-piece lineup.