Superchunk frontman Mac McCaughan can vividly recall what he felt the moment he learned that Donald Trump had been elected president: "horror, depression, sadness." Rather than bottle up those feelings, which escalated in the weeks to come as he saw the alt-right gain newfound confidence, he began work on what
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Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Styx will co-headline a North American tour this summer with heavy metal outfit Tesla serving as support.
The trek kicks off May 30th at the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, California and
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Last fall, Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready welcomed five young men who lived in foster care as children into his band's studio with the intention of making a song. The thing was, recording in a professional studio was a new
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Mark E. Smith's sisters Barbara, Suzanne and Caroline confirmed that singer died from lung and kidney cancer in a short statement posted on The Fall's website on Monday. Smith's sisters remembered his perseverance while fighting a terminal cancer diagnosis. Smith died on January 24th at age 60.
"Mark fought a long and hard
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Lucy Dacus contemplates death and self-forgiveness on her new single, "Next of Kin." The 22-year-old singer's supple contralto provides calm over snapping guitar and bass. It's a smart combination Dacus returns to on her forthcoming album, Historian, out March 2nd. She released the record's first song,
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Danish singer-songwriter MØ performed intimate versions of three electro-pop tunes – "When I Was Young," "Run Away" and Diplo collaboration "Get It Right" – during a mini-set for Rolling Stone's "Take One Performance" series.
The singer showcased her smoky vocal tone, closing her eyes in a trance-like state. On Diplo's "Get It Right," her three-piece backing band anchored the
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