Frou Frou Reuniting For 2019 North American Tour

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Imogen Heap has been having a bit of a moment as of late, so much so that just last month we looked back at the musician’s 10 Best Songs. She composed the score for the blockbuster theater sensation Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, she was covered by Ariana Grande on More »

James Blake Announces 2019 North American Tour

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James Blake has had a big year. The downtempo, glitchy falsetto crooner consolidated his reputation as a top hip-hop collaborator, working with Travis Scott, SwaVay, and the trio of Jay Rock, Future, and Kendrick Lamar. He released some stunning solo work, like “If The Car Beside YouMore »

Jenny Lewis Announces New Album On The Line

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Jenny-LewisJenny Lewis, the former Rilo Kiley leader and persistently underrated solo artist, does not work all that quickly. Lewis has not released a solo album since The Voyager, the very good 2014 LP that she made with producer Ryan Adams. That means we have gone through one presidential election and two midterms since … More »

The Rolling Stones Announce 2019 US Tour Dates

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The Rolling StonesFifty-six years in, the Rolling Stones are still rolling. The classic rockers just announced a new round of American tour dates for 2019. They’re calling it the US No Filter Tour — presumably a reference to Mick Jagger’s favorite social media platform, Instagram. More »

Robyn Announces 2019 North American Tour

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RobynLast month, Robyn came back with Honey, her first new solo album in eight years. That return is a great thing for a lot of reasons, and one of those reasons is this: A whole lot of us will now get to see Robyn live. If you’ve never seen her, rest assured that … More »

Lala Lala – “Copycat” Video

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Lala LalaWe recently included Lala Lala on our list of the Best New Bands Of 2018 based on the strength of their sophomore album, The Lamb, which came out back in September. They’ve been on the road in the wake of it, and today they’re announcing some headlining dates for early next … More »

Spice Girls Announce 2019 Reunion Tour Without Posh

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After a few years of back and forth that played out in the press, the Spice Girls reunion is officially a-go without Victoria Beckham, aka Posh Spice. The four remaining Spices — Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Horner, and Emma Bunton — will perform around the UK next year, with a world tour … More »

Massive Attack Announce North American Mezzanine Anniversary Tour Dates

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Massive Attack have been having some fun with their landmark album, Mezzanine, turning 20 this year. They encoded the album as DNA, however that works, and then released the album as a matte black spray paint. More »

Massive Attack Announce Mezzanine Anniversary Tour With “Teardrop” Singer Liz Fraser

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Massive-AttackMassive Attack don’t seem like they’d be a great live show. They are, after all, a mysterious electronic collective whose music projects headphones-ready creeping dread and layered sensuality — qualities that don’t always work in cavernous club spaces. But Massive Attack are pretty amazing live, especially when they have key collaborators with them. A little … More »

The 1975 – “Love It If We Made It” Video

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The 1975 have two new albums coming down the pipeline, the first of which is out next month. It’s called A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, and we’ve already heard several singles including “Sincerity Is Scary,” “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime,” “Give Yourself A Try,” and “Love It If We MadeMore »