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Kirk Franklin Presents Tye Tribbett
Kirk Franklin Presents Tye Tribbett
JUL
22
TUE
7:00 PM
Jesse McCartney: IN TECHNICOLOR TOUR
Jesse McCartney: IN TECHNICOLOR TOUR
JUL
25
FRI
7:30 PM
Curren$y
Curren$y
JUL
26
SAT
8:00 PM
Dirty Heads & Pepper with special guest Aer
Dirty Heads & Pepper with special guest Aer
JUL
29
TUE
8:00 PM
An Evening with Umphrey's McGee
An Evening with Umphrey's McGee
JUL
31
THU
8:00 PM
Trial By Fire - A Tribute To Journey
Trial By Fire - A Tribute To Journey
AUG
01
FRI
9:00 PM
Ones to Watch with Skype Presents MKTO - The American Dream Tour
Ones to Watch with Skype Presents MKTO - The American Dream Tour
AUG
02
SAT
7:00 PM
MKTO - Official VIP Upgrade Packages
MKTO - Official VIP Upgrade Packages
AUG
02
SAT
7:00 PM
Rodrigo y Gabriela - 9 Dead Alive Tour
Rodrigo y Gabriela - 9 Dead Alive Tour
AUG
06
WED
8:00 PM
Live Nation Presents Keyshia Cole - Point of No Return
Live Nation Presents Keyshia Cole - Point of No Return
AUG
07
THU
8:00 PM
G. Love & Special Sauce
G. Love & Special Sauce
AUG
10
SUN
8:00 PM
The Kat Country Summer Jam - A Benefit Concert
The Kat Country Summer Jam - A Benefit Concert
AUG
17
SUN
4:45 PM
3 Doors Down Acoustic: Songs From The Basement
3 Doors Down Acoustic: Songs From The Basement
AUG
19
TUE
8:00 PM
Yonder Mountain String Band
Yonder Mountain String Band
AUG
28
THU
8:00 PM
Prince Royce
Prince Royce
SEP
04
THU
8:00 PM
August Alsina: Testimony Live
August Alsina: Testimony Live
SEP
07
SUN
8:00 PM
DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist - Renegades of Rhythm Tour
DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist - Renegades of Rhythm Tour
SEP
11
THU
9:00 PM
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
SEP
12
FRI
8:00 PM
Matisyahu - Built To Survive Tour
Matisyahu - Built To Survive Tour
SEP
18
THU
8:00 PM
Live Nation Presents Coheed and Cambria - Neverender IKSSE:3
Live Nation Presents Coheed and Cambria - Neverender IKSSE:3
SEP
21
SUN
8:00 PM
The Janoskians: Got Cake Tour
The Janoskians: Got Cake Tour
SEP
23
TUE
7:00 PM
Theory of a Deadman
Theory of a Deadman
SEP
24
WED
7:30 PM
Nick Swardson - Taste It Tour
Nick Swardson - Taste It Tour
SEP
27
SAT
7:00 PM
Little Mix: The Salute Tour
Little Mix: The Salute Tour
SEP
30
TUE
7:00 PM
Taking Back Sunday
Taking Back Sunday
OCT
08
WED
6:45 PM
Citizen Cope - Clarence Greenwood Recordings 10th Anniversary Tour
Citizen Cope - Clarence Greenwood Recordings 10th Anniversary Tour
OCT
10
FRI
9:00 PM
Nick Carter & Jordan Knight - The Nick & Knight Tour
Nick Carter & Jordan Knight - The Nick & Knight Tour
OCT
15
WED
8:00 PM
Carnage - Parental Advisory Tour
Carnage - Parental Advisory Tour
OCT
17
FRI
9:00 PM
Amon Amarth: Deceiver of The Gods Tour with Sabaton & Skeletonwitch
Amon Amarth: Deceiver of The Gods Tour with Sabaton & Skeletonwitch
OCT
24
FRI
8:00 PM
Ones to Watch with Skype Presents Moon Taxi - Animal Style Tour
Ones to Watch with Skype Presents Moon Taxi - Animal Style Tour
OCT
26
SUN
8:00 PM
BRAND NEW
BRAND NEW
OCT
29
WED
8:00 PM
Drive-By Truckers
Drive-By Truckers
NOV
01
SAT
8:00 PM
Robin Trower
Robin Trower
NOV
05
WED
8:00 PM
La Ley - ReTour
La Ley - ReTour
NOV
06
THU
8:00 PM
SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque Tour
SuicideGirls: Blackheart Burlesque Tour
NOV
12
WED
9:00 PM
Zoso - A Tribute To Led Zeppelin
Zoso - A Tribute To Led Zeppelin
NOV
22
SAT
9:00 PM
SCION PRESENTS SLAYER WITH SPECIAL GUESTS SUICIDAL TENDENCIES & EXODUS
SCION PRESENTS SLAYER WITH SPECIAL GUESTS SUICIDAL TENDENCIES & EXODUS
NOV
23
SUN
7:30 PM
Black Veil Brides
Black Veil Brides
DEC
05
FRI
6:00 PM
 
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Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Earlier this month we heard “Tennis Court,” one half of a double-A-side single from Leeds duo Menace Beach. Now comes “Lowtalkin’,” the other song on the record. In contrast to its subject matter, it’s an outgoing outburst of frantic punk rock laced with pop sensibilities. Hear it below. The “Tennis Court” / “Lowtalkin’” single is [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
I might as well get some boring full-disclosure stuff out of the way first: Nick Sylvester, a great friend and former colleague of mine, produced this album, and he’s putting it out on Godmode, his label. The fact that Nick worked on this album has a lot to do with the fact that I listened [...]
Wed, 23 Jul 2014
Three years ago, the masked, mysterious London dance producer SBTRKT released his self-titled debut album, which showed how sparse, architectural club music could absolutely work as pop if you did it right. The album helped introduce singers like Jessie Ware and Sampha, and when Drake jumped on a remix a few months later, that just [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
“A Keepsake” is the second single we’ve heard off the eclectically named Empire! Empire! (I Was A Lonely Estate)’s forthcoming album, You Will Eventually Be Forgotten, their first since 2009. Michigan couple Keith and Cathy Latinen premiered their first new song earlier this month, and “A Keepsake” is a fitting follow-up to the slow wail [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Nick Zammuto is getting ready to release Anchor, the second album of his post-Books solo career. We already heard the bloopy breeziness of “Great Equator,” and now he’s released a very different offering, “Hegemony.” The new one features female vocals and hard-hitting live percussion before shifting into a crunchy guitar solo to close things out. [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
At the end of last year we were already highly anticipating a new album from Flying Lotus. He’d been talking about it online, playing new material live, and now we’ve officially gotten word that it’s coming this fall. The producer and Brainfeeder boss’ fifth album will be titled You’re Dead; it follows 2012′s spacious, dreamy [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Two years ago, the young Brooklyn-based rock band Nude Beach released their album II, deeply enjoyable piece of classic-rock-informed punk. Every song aimed straight for the pleasure center and hit its target, and I fucked up badly when I didn’t give it Album Of The Week. (Seriously, in three years of writing that column, it’s [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Ryan Adams’ uneven 2003 LP, Rock N Roll, includes a song called “1974,” co-written with Alanis Morissette, named after the year both artists were born. Now, Adams is set to release a new 10-song 7″ that will celebrate some of the music made a decade after Adams’ (and Morissette’s) birth. The 1984 EP “pays homage [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
The former Passion Pit member Ayad Al Adhamy now leads the explosive garage rock quartet Team Spirit, and their sophomore album Killing Time comes out in a couple of months. Al Adhamy has a double role in the band’s gory new video for their giddy single “Teenage Heart“; he plays a sadistic doctor and the [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Last year, the California production duo Classixx released Hanging Gardens, one of those dance albums that doesn’t make a huge impression the first time you hear it but which sticks around, sounding awesome during whatever random moments you happen to throw it on. Someone at Jimmy Kimmel Live must’ve had that experience with the album, [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Bruce Springsteen’s 1984 blockbuster Born In The U.S.A. is the Boss’s biggest, synthiest, least rootsy LP, but it’s arguably just as packed with amazing songs as anything the man ever recorded. And on the new tribute compilation Dead Man’s Town, a series of artists from the indie rock and alt-country spheres take on songs from [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
California’s Joyce Manor’s third studio album, Never Hungover Again, comes out today, and it’s full of those happy-sad riffs that define classic emo. Relative newcomers to the scene, Joyce Manor’s sound would nonetheless fit snugly amongst their predecessors on this list, had they been around a decade or two ago. “The Jerk” is one of [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Free Time released their self-titled debut album last year, and it brought to mind the wistful and extremely pretty indie rock of Yo La Tengo and, more recently, Real Estate. For their a new 7″ single coming later this summer, they got Real Estate’s Martin Courtney to record the B-side, titled “Guess Work.” Over glowing [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Australian rockers Zeahorse play heavy psych with a serrated electronic edge. They cite everyone from Electric Wizard to Slint to Fugazi as influences, though their sweeping churn is a sound of its own. “Pool,” a crusher from the band’s upcoming Pools EP, serves as a worthy introduction and a warning that Zeahorse will soon invade [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
At the very end of 2013, TNGHT announced they were finished after dominating the trap-house trend and earning the rare honor of being sampled as a Kanye hook. But it’s hard to feel bad about Hudson Mohawke and Lunice splitting up when they were already such promising artists before joining forces. Now that they’re solo [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Eddie Vedder sang backup on a couple of songs on Cat Power’s 2003 album You Are Free, and she repaid the favor when she showed up on “Tonight You Belong To Me,” a song from Vedder’s 2011 LP Ukulele Songs. This past weekend, Vedder played a solo set at Portugal’s Super Bock Super Rock festival; [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Ask anyone old enough to drink what they think emo is, and you’ll get about as many different responses as people willing to answer. They’ll just about all be right, too (if Last.fm is any kind of reference, anyway). Everyone’s nebulous identification and loose understanding of the genre is both its best and worst quality [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Tom Berninger, the younger brother of the National frontman Matt, made the tour documentary Mistaken For Strangers about what it’s like to be an underling for his way-more-famous older brother’s band. And now, someone’s turning that movie into a Broadway musical — or, at the very least, they’ve made a Funny Or Die video out [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
In 2004, a pine tree was planted near Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park to honor the late George Harrison. It grew to 10 feet tall and stood as a fitting tree-bute to a musician known for the lush gardens around his English mansion. Unfortunately, as The LA Times reports, the Beatle’s honorary tree [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
The term “black metal” can mean almost anything these days — sublime post-rock (with screaming), bracing post-punk (with croaking), experimental sound collage (with portentous spoken word), and, occasionally, wordless cosmic twaddle (with synths and not much else). All of these things borrow from black metal, but none really embodies the true spirit of black metal [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
The title “Dream House” has very specific connotations around here, where Deafheaven’s Sunbather left such a lasting impact on this past year. But blackgaze’s mainstream ambassadors don’t have a monopoly on that phrase. Indeed, Philadelphia riff-punks Amanda X have come up with a rad “Dream House” of their own, one that hearkens back to Hole, [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Today, with no advance notice, Danish narco-rock duo the Raveonettes released Pe’ahi, their seventh album, out into the world. The album is named for a Maui surfing hotspot, and band member Sune Rose Wagner says, “It’s about a horrific near-drowning experience I had in Hawaii some years ago.” On the album, the band worked with [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
If you’re old enough, you may well remember paying actual money for the soundtrack album from the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, possibly on cassette, possibly at a K-Mart. You may even remember what a jam MC Hammer’s “This Is What We Do” was. (Just speaking hypothetically.) That lost era, when movies would include [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Last night in Cleveland, Alternative Press held its first-ever Alternative Press Music Awards show, and it presented its first-ever Vanguard Award, a lifetime-achievement type of thing, to the Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan. At the show, the recently-retired pro wrestler CM Punk (and fellow Chicago contrarian) presented Corgan with the award. And as he accepted [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
There aren’t many tracks from Banks’ upcoming debut Goddess that we haven’t heard already but from the empowering title track to the darkly intelligent “Brain,” they’ve all been winners. “Beggin For Thread” is another promising look into what should be one of the better debuts of the year. It’s also her lightest song yet, trading [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
After 10 years broken up, the Unicorns are finally back together and touring (and opening for Arcade Fire!), and though we have yet to hear any new original material, they’ve shared a cover of “Rocketship” by Daniel Johnston, one of four bonus tracks on the forthcoming digital reissue of their beloved Who Will Cut Our [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
The Swedish dance producer Avicii exists near the top of the EDM pyramid; he’s popular enough that he can play arenas and have things like this happen. But he’s also trying to figure out ways to reach outside the whole Electric Daisy Carnival scene. He’s had his biggest crossover success with “Wake Me Up,” a [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Fryars is Benjamin Garrett, a young singer and producer. For a while now, he’s been cranking out Soundcloud bangers like “Love So Cold” and “Cool Like Me,” and now he’s announced that those tracks will end up on his new album Power, coming this fall. In a press release, Garrett calls the album “a soundtrack [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Earlier today, Spoon released a video for new album track “Do You,” and now, only a few hours later, they drop a new single: “Inside Out.” It’s a luxuriant slow-burner with a sweet harp (!) solo, and you should listen. Spoon’s new album, They Want My Soul, is out 8/5 on Loma Vista.
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Last year Johnny Marr, that most legendary of all sidemen, finally released his debut solo album, and now he announces a second one. Playland comes a little more than a year after 2013′s The Messenger and features music Marr wrote shortly after finishing his debut. According to Spin, the title refers to the idea that [...]
Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Along with Disclosure, British producer Duke Dumont is one of the guys responsible for bringing house sounds onto the pop charts. He’s got two UK #1 singles under his belt already, and he still has yet to drop his debut full-length. “Mumble Man” comes not from his forthcoming album but from For Club Play Only [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
YG’s debut album My Krazy Life remains, for my money, the best rap full-length of 2014 by a whole lot, and one of the great things about it is the way it weaves its big, obvious singles into its rich tapestry. The Compton gang-slang headknocker “Bicken Back Being Bool” feels more like an album track [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
Lorde’s “Tennis Court” already had a bass-heavy weight to it, and now Diplo has only added more in his “Andrew Agassi Remix,” (mis)named for the all-time great tennis player Andre Agassi and released with a photo of Agassi as artwork. Whether Diplo is implying it is he or Lorde who is on an Agassi-level in [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
Future seems to be on a mission to make videos for every one of the songs on Honest, his very good sophomore album. And the new video for the miasmic, thudding “T-Shirt” follows in the footsteps of the low-budget clips for “Blood, Sweat, Tears” and “Side Effects.” This one is a day-in-the-life sort of thing, [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
Lucki Eck$, an 18-year-old rapper from Chicago, released his debut mixtape last year. “Ouch Ouch,” produced by British singer FKA twigs (about to drop her own debut album), comes from his forthcoming mixtape BODY HIGH. FKA twigs also directed and starred in the video, a creepily hypnotic clip of what looks like either a séance [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
Earlier this year, Johnny Foreigner released their slept-on fourth album, You Can Do Better. For whatever reason, the British four-piece never completely gained a foothold on this side of the pond in the way that contemporaries Los Campesinos or We Were Promised Jetpacks did, but it’s about time they were recognized for putting out consistently [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
“Tied Up, Tied Down” was one of the best songs off TEEN’s recent album, The Way And Color, and now it has been paired with a music video, directed by Jordan Michael Blake, which approaches the tropes of teen love with the same surreal, psychedelic twist as the band gives to R&B. It follows a [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
David Courtright, the Atlanta one-man experimental pop band known as Suno Deko, releases his Thrown Color EP tomorrow. Courtright brings a unique and compelling perspective to modern indie rock, one that bears traces of horizon-spanning works by global heavyweights Radiohead and Sigur Rós as well as the intensely personal, layered pocket symphonies of American auteurs [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
The Brooklyn trio Bear In Heaven specializes in a form of synth-rock that finds room for grandeur and drama in all its bloops and twinkles. Time Is Over One Day Old, their new album, finds them deep in their groove, combining dance-music textures with huge and blown-out festival rock. We’ve posted the early tracks “Time [...]
Mon, 21 Jul 2014
Kimbra is gearing up for the release of her second album, and the songs we’ve heard so far have run the gamut from the gloriously weird “90s Music” to the funky “Love In High Places” and slinky “Nobody But You.” The latest is “Miracle,” and the song sees the New Zealander experimenting with yet another [...]
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