September 28, 2022
The Best of Many Incredible Moments from Foo Fighters’ All-Star Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert in Los Angeles
September 28, 2022
Paramore Begins New Era with Compelling “This Is Why”; New LP in February; Tour Soon
September 27, 2022
Dead and Company: ‘The Final Tour’ Set for Summer 2023; Details/Dates Forthcoming
September 27, 2022
The Immediate Family: Documentary Debuting Soon, New Music on the Way, Fall Tour Dates
September 27, 2022
‘Roth Lives!’ Hear David Lee Roth’s New Recording of the Van Halen Classic “Dance the Night Away”
September 27, 2022
Beach Boys to Celebrate Key Era with ‘Sail On Sailor – 1972’ Box Set, Out 11/18 (Preview)
September 26, 2022
Rammstein Lights Up the LA Coliseum — Literally — with Unforgettable Stadium Tour Spectacle (Photos)
September 26, 2022
Heart’s Nancy Wilson Pays Tribute to “Wonderful Friend” Taylor Hawkins with New Song, “Amigo Amiga” (Listen)
September 26, 2022
Listen to Beck’s New Acoustic Cover of Neil Young’s “Old Man,” as Debuted on ‘Sunday Night Football’
September 26, 2022
Watch The Smashing Pumpkins Play New Song “Beguiled” on ‘Fallon’; 33-Song ‘ATUM’ Album Coming in April
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August 8, 2022
LA’s This Ain’t No Picnic Festival Sets Daily Lineups/Set Times for Aug. 27-28 Event (The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, More)
Coming up on August 27-28, 2022, Goldenvoice will put on This Ain’t No Picnic, a two-day indie/alternative festival located at Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Southern California. The festival...
August 8, 2022
Recap: Red Hot Chili Peppers/The Strokes/King Princess Light Up Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium
One of the most powerful attributes of music is its ability to bring together people of all demographics, backgrounds and ideologies. Over the course of the past few decades, few...
August 4, 2022
Watch Eddie Vedder Join The Strokes for “Juicebox” in Seattle (Opening for Red Hot Chili Peppers)
On Wednesday night, The Strokes performed at T-Mobile Park in Seattle as special guest support for the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ ongoing Unlimited Love world tour (the second is coming...
January 21, 2022
Boston Calling 2022: Foo Fighters/The Strokes/Metallica Headlining Memorial Day Weekend Festival
The lineup and details for this year’s Boston Calling festival were revealed on Friday, and it’ll be a good time for fans of rock bands. Headlining the Memorial Day Weekend...
December 6, 2021
This Ain’t No Picnic Festival in LA: The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, Le Tigre, Beach House, Jungle, Phoebe Bridgers & More (Tix On Sale 12/9)
Goldenvoice recently announced a brand new music festival scheduled for next August 27-28, 2022, at Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Southern California: This Ain’t No Picnic. The festival, which...
October 7, 2021
Red Hot Chili Peppers 2022 Tour Dates Announced, with Guests Beck, The Strokes, St. Vincent, Thundercat and More
The Red Hot Chili Peppers recently announced a huge 2022 tour with an amusing news broadcast send-up — and now, finally, the dates for the outing have been officially revealed....
March 14, 2021
The Strokes Won Their First-Ever Grammy Award and Their Acceptance Speech Didn’t Disappoint
The Strokes are all about style. The New York City-based indie/rock band burst onto the scene with 2001’s Is This It — and despite overwhelming amounts of hype and acclaim...
December 1, 2020
The Strokes Stage an Epic, Yet Futile, Baseball Battle Against Robots in ‘The Adults Are Talking’ Video
Robots pose a formidable threat to humans — at least that’s what science fiction and the Terminator films have shown us over the years. There are some who urge caution...
September 24, 2020
Sat. 9/26: Stream Archival Ohana Festival Performances from Eddie Vedder, the Strokes, Incubus and More
The Ohana Festival, the three-day event curated by Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam, saw its 2020 in-person event cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but organizers found a solid way...
July 24, 2020
Travel Through Time with the Strokes in the NYC Band’s New Animated Video for ‘Ode to the Mets’
The Strokes couldn’t have picked a better time to premiere a trippy music video for “Ode to the Mets,” one of the songs from the NYC indie/rock band‘s new album,...
June 24, 2020
Outside Lands Cancels 2020 Festival, Announces 2021 Lineup/Details (Lizzo, Tame Impala, The 1975, The Strokes, More)
San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival will not take place in 2020, as expected given the COVID-19 pandemic, but the festival lessened the blow of the bad news...
April 10, 2020
The Strokes Return with a Bang in First New Album in Seven Years — Stream ‘The New Abnormal’
The Strokes could have postponed the release of their new album, The New Abnormal, due to the coronavirus pandemic — but the NYC indie/rock icons didn’t. Instead, they forged ahead,...
April 6, 2020
The Strokes Premiere New Track ‘Brooklyn Bridge to Chorus’; New LP ‘The New Abnormal’ Out This Friday 4/10
On Friday, the Strokes will release a new studio album titled The New Abnormal — and the revered NYC indie/rock band kicked off release week with a new track premiered...
February 18, 2020
New from the Strokes: Hear the Retro ‘Bad Decisions,’ from New Album ‘The New Abnormal’ Out 4/10
The Strokes are going retro. OK, the NYC-based indie/rock band has always shown an appreciation for the past with its music, a low-fi pastiche of gritty, glammy garage-rock. But the...
February 11, 2020
The Strokes Announce ‘The New Abnormal’ Album (Band’s First LP Since 2013), Premiere Video for ‘At the Door’
Beloved NYC indie rockers The Strokes dropped some big album news on Tuesday: The New Abnormal, the band’s first full-length album since 2013’s Comedown Machine, will be released on April...
January 28, 2020
The Strokes Announce a Handful of Shows in Spring 2020, with New Album On the Way
Slowly but surely, the Strokes are getting back to business after a few years away. The esteemed NYC indie/rock band has a new album coming out sometime in 2020 —...
January 2, 2020
Watch the Strokes Play a New Song Called ‘Ode to the Mets,’ a Preview of a New Album Coming in 2020
It’s been seven years since The Strokes released a new album, 2013’s Comedown Machine, but Julian Casablancas and the celebrated New York City-based indie/rock band dropped a bit of news...
March 4, 2019
The Ohana Fest 2019: Eddie Vedder, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Strokes, Incubus and More
The Ohana Festival is the three-day music festival curated by Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder, and the 2019 edition was unveiled on Monday. 🌴#OhanaFest🌴 ft. Eddie Vedder, The Red...
February 18, 2019
Wallows Premiere New, The Strokes-Esque Song ‘Scrawny’ Ahead of Anticipated LP and Headlining Tour
Few musical acts out there right now have as much buzz as Wallows. The indie/rock three-piece featuring Dylan Minnette of the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, Braeden Lemasters (also an actor)...
September 23, 2022
New Red Hot Chili Peppers: Stream “Eddie,” a Guitar-Wailing Tribute to Eddie Van Halen (New LP Out 10/14)
The Red Hot Chili Peppers debuted a new song, “Eddie,” the second track shared ahead of the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers‘ new album, Return of the Dream Canteen....
September 19, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Return of the Dream Canteen’ 10/14: Record Store Day Black Friday Version Announced
Back in early April, the Red Hot Chili Peppers returned with Unlimited Love — a sprawling artistic statement that marked the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band’s first album with guitarist John Frusciante since 2006’s Stadium Arcadium....
August 29, 2022
This Ain’t No Picnic Wraps Enchanting Weekend in LA with Eclectic Mix and Impossibly Good Vibes (Recap)
“I learned to drive in this parking lot,” cracked Phoebe Bridgers from the Fairway stage of This Ain’t No Picnic on Sunday night, the final night of the two-day festival...
August 22, 2022
Hey LA: Phoebe Bridgers x Homestate Roll Out ‘The Maxine’ Taco Ahead of This Ain’t No Picnic 8/27-28
This coming Sunday, Aug. 28, Phoebe Bridgers will play her biggest hometown show to date as one of the headliners of This Ain’t No Picnic, a two-day indie/alternative festival located...
August 18, 2022
New Red Hot Chili Peppers: Watch the “Tippa My Tongue” Video; ‘Return of the Dream Canteen’ 10/14
Back in early April, the Red Hot Chili Peppers returned with Unlimited Love — a sprawling artistic statement that marked the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band‘s first album with guitarist John Frusciante since 2006’s Stadium Arcadium....
August 12, 2022
August 2022 Issue
Click the links below to enjoy our August 2022 features. David Paich Talks Toto, the “Yacht Rock” Label, Working with Steely Dan and His New Solo Debut, ‘Forgotten Toys’ ‘Songs...
August 3, 2022
Watch King Princess Perform “Let Us Die” on ‘Fallon,’ with an Onstage Tribute to Taylor Hawkins (New LP Out Now)
King Princess, the stage name of indie singer/songwriter Mikaela Straus, released a new record, Hold On Baby, on July 29. The second full-length King Princess album, following 2019’s Cheap Queen,...
August 1, 2022
PHOTOS: Red Hot Chili Peppers Bring ‘Unlimited Love’ Tour Back Home to SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
It’s been a year of revived activity for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and on Sunday night the legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famers brought their celebratory Unlimited Love...
July 24, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers: ‘Return of the Dream Canteen,’ Second New Album of 2022, Coming 10/14
Back in early April, the Red Hot Chili Peppers returned with Unlimited Love — a sprawling artistic statement that marked the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band‘s first album...
April 11, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers Land Second No. 1 Debut with ‘Unlimited Love’ Ahead of Summer Global Stadium Tour
For the second time in their illustrious career, the Red Hot Chili Peppers scored a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 thanks to the global success of Unlimited Love,...
April 6, 2022
Going to Coachella 2022 (or Watching the Live Stream)? Don’t Miss These 21 Acts Across All Stages
This article spotlighting acts to catch at Coachella was first written for the 2020 event, but it has now been updated to reflect the 2022 lineup and details. Headliners. When...
April 1, 2022
Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers Return Re-Energized on ‘Unlimited Love,’ a Mix of the Familiar and the Fresh
There’s a certain comfort to the Red Hot Chili Peppers sounding like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, which they do throughout Unlimited Love, a sprawling new album released this week...
March 24, 2022
New Red Hot Chili Peppers: Hear John Frusciante’s Guitar Shimmer on “Not The One,” ‘Unlimited Love’ LP Out 4/1
As promised by the band this week on social media, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have unleashed a new song, “Not the One,” the third preview of the Rock &...
March 23, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers Tease “Not the One,” New Song Debuting 3/25; ‘Unlimited Love’ LP 4/1
On April 1, the Red Hot Chili Peppers will release Unlimited Love, an anticipated new album that finds guitarist John Frusciante back in the mix for the first time since...
March 3, 2022
New Red Hot Chili Peppers: Stream “Poster Child,” a Funky Jam with Anthony Kiedis Name-Dropping Ronald Reagan and Taco Bell
A calling card of the Red Hot Chili Peppers over the years has been the (sometimes unintelligible) rap/spoken word vocals from Anthony Kiedis — and that’s very much on the...
February 3, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers Debut “Black Summer”; New Album ‘Unlimited Love’ Out 4/1
Vocalist Anthony Kiedis repeatedly sings “I’ve been waiting” throughout “Black Summer,” the long-anticipated new song from the Red Hot Chili Peppers that debuted today — and that’s precisely what fans...
February 2, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers Tease New Song on Social Media with a 20-Second John Frusciante Guitar Solo
Update: The Red Hot Chili Peppers have premiered “Black Summer” and announced a new album — click here. It’s looking more likely than ever that a new single from the...
January 28, 2022
Red Hot Chili Peppers Tease New Music on Social Media
Back in October, The Red Hot Chili Peppers announced some huge plans for 2022 in the form of a stadium tour with newly rejoined guitarist, John Frusciante, back in the...
October 26, 2021
Outside Lands Announces Live Stream of Festival on Twitch ft. Select Performances (Oct. 29-31)
After skipping 2020 due to the pandemic, a rescheduled Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival is set for this coming Halloween weekend, Oct. 29-31, at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park....
June 30, 2021
Elvis Costello Doesn’t Care if Olivia Rodrigo’s “Brutal” Sounds Like “Pump It Up”: ‘It’s How Rock and Roll Works’
Olivia Rodrigo is everywhere these days. The 18-year-old singer/songwriter/Disney star released her debut full-length album, Sour, back in May and has enjoyed groundbreaking acclaim the world over, led by the...
May 4, 2021
Glass Animals Detail ‘Dreamland’ North American Tour Dates for Fall 2021
English indie/pop band Glass Animals will embark on a North American run of dates this fall on the Dreamland Tour, named after the group’s 2020 album Dreamland. The third official...
April 27, 2021
Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival Reveals Daily Lineup; 2021 Passes Sold Out (Single-Day Tix On Sale 4/29)
San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival was among the many cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the festival went ahead and detailed its 2021 show in its place before...
March 18, 2021
Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival Moves 2021 Event to Halloween Weekend
San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival was among the many cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the festival went ahead and detailed its 2021 show...
November 30, 2020
Q&A: Luke Spiller on the Struts’ Quarantine Album ‘Strange Days,’ Working with Def Leppard, Tom Morello, Robbie Williams & More
Luke Spiller tapped into the zeitgeist of the current pandemic when he wrote “Strange Days” on tour last summer. During the title track to The Struts’ vivacious third album, he...
October 16, 2020
Out Now: The Struts Throw a Glam-Rock Party for These ‘Strange Days’ with New LP ft. Robbie Williams, Def Leppard, Tom Morello and More
2020 has proven itself to be a series of Strange Days repeating one after another. It’s a weird time, to put it mildly, and the surreality of our current reality...
September 24, 2020
Live Stream Concerts to Watch This Weekend 9/24-9/27: Farm Aid, Bonnaroo ‘Virtual ROO-ALITY,’ Ohana Festival 2020, Lisa Loeb, Lamb of God, New Found Glory, Wallows
It’s the weekend, again, which means one thing: There’s plenty of streaming events from the music world to keep you entertained at home while staying safe from the threat of COVID-19....
September 9, 2020
The Struts and Robbie Williams Premiere Video for Their Anthem ‘Strange Days,’ from the Struts’ New LP Out 10/16
Last week, English pop/rock stars of different eras teamed up effectively when The Struts and Robbie Williams premiered their new collaborative single, “Strange Days” — an anthem for these, well,...
September 2, 2020
The Struts and Robbie Williams Capture the Mood of These Weird Times with ‘Strange Days’ (Listen)
Like the title of the new single suggests, these truly are “Strange Days” — and the collaborative anthem from The Struts and Robbie Williams sums things up quite well. On...
August 28, 2020
This Weekend: Watch Outside Lands’ ‘Inside Lands’ Virtual Festival w/ Gorillaz, Jack White, Haim, Leon Bridges, Brittany Howard, More
In early August, the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival announced that its 2020 festival at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park was officially cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The...
August 21, 2020
Today 8/21: Watch ‘A Song for Joe: Celebrating the Life of Joe Strummer’ Live Stream ft. Jeff Tweedy, Bob Weir, Bruce Springsteen, More – #SaveOurStages
Today, Aug. 21, is the birthday of the legendary Joe Strummer — and while the front man of The Clash may be gone, his spirit lives on. Strummer will be...
August 18, 2020
8/21: Stars Joining Forces for ‘A Song For Joe: Celebrating the Birthday of Joe Strummer’ Tribute Live Stream for Charity
This Friday, Aug. 21, a number of notable music and entertainment acts will take part in A Song for Joe: Celebrating the Birthday of Joe Strummer, a live stream event...
August 7, 2020
Outside Lands Streaming Virtual Festival ‘Inside Lands’ on Twitch 8/28-8/29, Celebrating Festival’s 12-Year History
The Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival was cancelled in 2020, like so many other things, by the COVID-19 pandemic. And while the festival, which normally takes place every August...
February 26, 2020
Groove with Chicano Batman’s Laid-Back New Video for ‘Color My Life,’ — New LP Out 5/1
Los Angeles-based band Chicano Batman will release a new album, Invisible People, the follow-up to 2017’s Freedom is Free and the group’s fourth full-length to date, on May 1 —...
April 23, 2019
Coachella 2019: The Best Rock/Indie Acts, from Weezer and Wallows to The 1975, Beach Fossils, Soccer Mommy and More (Live Review)
When the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival‘s 2019 lineup was announced, there was plenty of talk about how rock music was underrepresented among the 175+ acts. The world-renowned music...
February 1, 2017
Hear the Disco Throwback Magic of 'Fun,' Blondie's New Single Off Their New Album 'Pollinator' Due Out 5/5
Blondie are back in action, and on May 5 the iconic band will release a new album titled Pollinator. The announcement came on Wednesday, along with some intriguing details about this,...
August 2, 2016
Turn Me On: The Shelters
Jim Nelson, KCSN 88.5 FM DJ and Rock Cellar Magazine scribe, is back with another band profile for Turn Me On…this time focusing on the Shelters! Can you imagine?...
April 2, 2013
April Album Reviews
Depeche Mode Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Low The Strokes Wire Justin Timberlake John Denver Tribute Mudhoney Depeche Mode – Delta Machine This is the blues – Depeche Mode-style – and...
September 12, 2022
Fontaines D.C.: From Ireland to London to the Rest of the World — Q&A with Bassist Conor Deegan
These are busy times for Fontaines D.C. The post-punk outfit, which hails from Dublin, Ireland (hence the D.C. in their name) but currently calls London home, just launched a key...
August 21, 2020
Drummer Frankie Banali (Quiet Riot, W.A.S.P., More) Dies at 68 After Cancer Battle
Drummer Frankie Banali, best known for his work with Quiet Riot over the years, has passed away at the age of 68 after a battle with pancreatic cancer. The news...
June 1, 2020
Top 11 Songs For A Better World
This Top 11 Songs for a Better World piece original ran in 2013, but given the protests in the United States regarding the death of George Floyd and the #BlackLivesMatter...
December 20, 2019
John Frusciante, Circa 2004: A Previously Unpublished and Detailed Interview with the Red Hot Chili Peppers Guitarist
December 2019 brought with it exciting news for fans of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as longtime guitarist John Frusciante rejoined the mix, resuming the duties that Josh Klinghoffer served...
August 1, 2019
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Doug Clifford on CCR’s Woodstock Performance Finally Seeing the Light of Day
In an unprecedented span of just four years between 1968-1972, Creedence Clearwater Revival owned the record charts, selling more records than the Beatles for two years in a row (1969...
December 4, 2012
Vanity Fair’s “Best Sitcoms” is a Stupid Flawed Poll
Well, since we knew you were all holding your collective breaths on this one, the results are in: Seinfeld is the greatest sitcom of all time, followed closely by… The Honeymooners?...