New York Times – Expect more Kurt Cobain this summer. Brett Morgen, the director of the recent documentary “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,” is culling archival recordings and plans to issue an album of unreleased material. Mr. Cobain never put out a solo album during his career with Nirvana, and Mr. Morgen found more than …Read More
New York Times Twenty superfans of De La Soul, the old-school hip-hop trio, recently paid $300 each for a schmoozy Skype video chat with the group. Another spent $1,500 on a vintage boom box from one member’s “personal collection.” But this wasn’t a charity auction. Instead, these perks — and many more — were offered …Read More
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Cinco de Mayo 2015. Portugal the Man’s good friend Manuel Calderon, who has worked on a couple of their records, decided that the song “Purple Yellow Red and Blue” needed to be revisited as a Hausteca version. His band, The Chamanas, are “Musica Fronteriza” from the boderland between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. We hope …Read More
June 12-14 it’s the Wildernesstival – a celebration of the wild! Enjoy craft beers, live music, wild game & bbq, camping, biking & fishing in Aspen Canyon. Featuring: Yamn, the Whiskey Treats, The Cody Sparks Band, The Criminal Birds, That Damn Sasquatch The MTHDS & more! Aspen Canyon Ranch – about 30 miles from Silverthorne …Read More
Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival was started by The Magic Beans, a Nederland, CO-based band. What began merely in the imagination of Scott Hachey and Ryan Noel as a two-day music and camping event to celebrate good music in the mountains has grown to a three-day extravaganza featuring 12 awesome bands. “Since its inception, the …Read More
The New Alabama Shakes release Sound & Color is available now – here’s a sneak peek at the title track:
Prepping for their Glastonbury Festival shows and three additional sold-old London shows in June – Death Cab For Cutie unveils an acoustic version of fan favorite “Passenger Side” from Transatlanticism. The band is touring for most of the summer throughout the U.S. and Europe in support of their 8th studio album Kintsugi.
The beebs just keeps trying… Justin Bieber’s been trying to turn over a new leaf this year, after facing trouble in 2014 for egging a neighbor’s home and driving without a license. With several public apologies, including two stints on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, behind him, he just hopes people realizes he’s sincere. “It’s definitely hard …Read More
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, The Black Keys’ singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach revealed that he has a new side project on the way later this year. Auerbach will release the album, recorded in about two weeks, under the alias The Arcs. “I just wanted to do my thing and get extra weird,” Auerbach told …Read More