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Barenaked Ladies Announce 2023 North American Tour Dates

Their long-running "Last Summer on Earth" tour returns with Del Amitri, Semisonic, and Five For Fighting. Barenaked Ladies Announce 2023 North American Tour Dates Carys Anderson

How to Get Tickets to The Smile’s 2023 Tour

Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and Tom Skinner are returning to North America for a 14-city run. Get details and pre-sale ticket info here. How to Get Tickets to The Smile’s 2023 Tour Bryan Kress

파란노을 (Parannoul) Releases New Album After the Magic: Stream

The project follows the anonymous South Korean artist's 2021 breakthrough LP, To See the Next Part of the Dream. 파란노을 (Parannoul) Releases New Album After the Magic: Stream Bryan Kress

Song of the Week: Gorillaz Dazzle on the Hypnotic “Silent Running” with Adeleye Omotayo

The sci-fi-themed track off Gorillaz's upcoming album Cracker Island is our Song of the Week. Song of the Week: Gorillaz Dazzle on the Hypnotic “Silent Running” with Adeleye Omotayo Paolo Ragusa and Consequence Staff

Jane’s Addiction Recruit Josh Klinghoffer to Fill in for Ailing Dave Navarro on Upcoming Shows

Navarro is still suffering from long COVID, preventing him from touring with his longtime band. Jane’s Addiction Recruit Josh Klinghoffer to Fill in for Ailing Dave Navarro on Upcoming Shows Spencer Kaufman

Dave Matthews Band Announce New Album Walk Around the Moon, 2023 Summer Tour

Dave Matthews Band have announced their 10th studio album, Walk Around the Moon. It will arrive on May 19th and be supported by an expansive 2023 US tour. As a preview, they’ve shared the first single “Madman’s Eyes.” Longtime DMB collaborator John Alagía served as the executive producer of Walk Around the Moon, which is “as much a reflection on the current times as it is an urge to find common ground,” according to a press release. The band recorded most of the 12-track album with producer Rob Evans, including the aforementioned “Madman’s Eyes.” Pre-orders are ongoing. The US tour kicks off on May 19th in The Woodlands, Texas. It will include DMB’s first show at New York’s Forest Hills Stadium as well as two-night stands in Charleston, South Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; and West...

How to Get Tickets to Beck and Phoenix’s 2023 Tour

Beck and Phoenix are teaming up for the “Summer Odyssey Tour,” and tickets to the all-star alt-rock event of the summer will also offer sets from Japanese Breakfast, Jenny Lewis, and Weyes Blood. The two leads are riding strong into the new year behind Phoenix’s Alpha Zulu and Beck’s stretch of star-studded live appearances in 2022. Get tickets here, and read on for more details including pre-sale dates. What Is Beck and Phoenix’s Next Tour? The “Summer Odyssey Tour” will launch at Seattle’s Climate Pledge Arena on August 1st, followed by stops to Bend, Oregon and Concord, California. Beck and Phoenix will then headline Los Angeles’ Kia Forum on August 7th and round out their California trip with performances in San Diego and Orange County. They’ll play Phoenix on August 11th, Las Vegas on...

Song of the Week: The National Pause the Doomscrolling with “Tropic Morning News”

Song of the Week breaks down and talks about the song we just can’t get out of our head each week. Find these songs and more on our Spotify Top Songs playlist. For our favorite new songs from emerging artists, check out our Spotify New Sounds playlist. This week, The National help us cut through the noise with “Tropic Morning News.” January is unofficially a time to reset. Particularly in recent years, it’s become a month of new routines, setting intentions, and light reinvention — for better or for worse. While many of us are trying to embrace more healthful practices, some habits are harder to break than others: Rolling over, grabbing the phone off the bedside table, and beginning the obligatory morning doomscroll is the focus of “Tropic Morning News,” the new so...

Fall Out Boy Enlist Pete Wentz Clones for “Love from the Other Side” on Kimmel: Watch

Fall Out Boy capped off a busy day on Tuesday, January 18th by appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform their new single, “Love from the Other Side.” Following guitarist Joe Trohman’s announcement that he was taking a leave of absence, Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, and Andy Hurley played as a trio. For some extra backup, Wentz enlisted some of his biggest fans to don wigs of his signature emo haircut and escort him to the stage. Once he joined Stump and Hurley, the bassist took off his wig to reveal his current blonde tresses and FOB ran through the first single off their newly announced album, So Much (For) Stardust. Stump didn’t seem to skip a beat despite taking greater responsibility on the guitar, and the crowd was visibly enthused by the performance. Watch Fall Out Boy play “Love from...

Jane’s Addiction Announce 2023 US Tour Dates

Jane’s Addiction have mapped out a brief west coast tour for March, in advance of their performances at three Lollapalooza festivals in South America. The alt-rock legends will hit the road beginning March 4th in Bakersfield, California, and wrap up the five-show stint with a March 12th gig in Reno, Nevada. Afterward, they’ll play Lollapalooza Argentina (March 18th), Lollapalooza Chile (March 19th), and Lollapalooza Brazil (March 25th). Tickets for the US shows go on sale to the general public beginning Friday (January 20th) via Ticketmaster, with a presale beginning Thursday (January 19th) at 10 a.m. local time using the code SOUND. Fans can also pick up tickets via StubHub. Advertisement Last year, Jane’s Addiction welcomed back original bassist Eric Avery for their tour with the Smashin...

Fall Out Boy’s Joe Trohman Takes Leave of Absence

Fall Out Boy guitarist Joe Trohman has announced a leave of absence from the band in order to focus on his mental health. “Without divulging all the details, I must disclose that my mental health has rapidly deteriorated over the past several years. So, to avoid fading away and never returning, I will be taking a break from work which regrettably includes stepping away from Fall Out Boy for a spell,” Trohman wrote in a statement posted to the band’s Instagram page on Wednesday. Trohman’s announcement came hours after Fall Out Boy announced their newest album, So Much (For) Stardust. He acknowledged the awkward timing, writing, “It pains me to make this decision, especially when we are releasing a new album that fills me with great pride (the sin I’m most proud of).” Advertisement Related V...

Fall Out Boy Announce New Album So Much (For) Stardust, Share “Love From the Other Side”: Stream

Fall Out Boy have announced their new album, So Much (For) Stardust, out March 24th via Fueled by Ramen/Elektra Records. As a preview, they’ve shared the first single “Love From the Other Side.” So Much (For) Stardust marks Fall Out Boy’s return to Fueled by Ramen 20 years after releasing their debut studio album, Take This to Your Grave, on the label. In a statement, lead vocalist Patrick Stump said the making of the record also marked a return to basics. “Technology has made it really easy to make records much more quickly these days. There’s nothing wrong with that, and that spontaneity can be exciting,” Stump said. “But we wanted to get back to the way we used to work. We wanted to make a record that was really lovingly crafted and deliberate and patiently guided — like someone cooked ...