Lucinda Williams has announced a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of her acclaimed, Grammy-Award-winning, Steve Earle-produced 1998 album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road. The 12-date stint will feature two-set shows, with the first set consisting of Williams performing the album in full with her backing band Buick 6 and the second other songs from…
Chicago rapper Joey Purp has announced a new project, QUARTERTHING, that’ll be out in a couple weeks. The project was executive produced by Nate Fox, Nico Segal, and Peter Cottontale. It’s been a bit since Purp’s last mixtape, 2016’s iiiDrops — that made our list of the best rap albums from that year … More »
To celebrate the titan of rock’s 70th birthday, Jack Shepherd looks back at the group who scored Plant his highest charting song in the US to date
Earlier this year, Cardi B released her album Invasion Of Privacy, a ridiculously fun and engaging pop-rap album. Ever since, Cardi’s longer-tenured peers on rap’s A-list have been showing us how difficult that is. Most of this year’s big-ticket rap albums have been rote and bloated and boring, but Invasion Of Privacy still … More »
‘I would like to remind you that performing in Tel Aviv is not a political statement or a commitment to the politics there’
Earlier this week, Jack White performed at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco just days before his free concert at the Tesla factory in Fremont, California. During the show, White was visited by San Francisco resident Tom Waits, who apparently stole White’s watch.
A photo of the two found its way…
This week’s Sunday Cinema features footage from Ween and The Shit Creek Boys’ 1996 Fall Tour opener in support of ’12 Golden Country Greats.’
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‘She worked for you? A complete lie. This guy cannot say “rest in peace” without lying,’ says Maher
Another day, another transmission from one of these goons hired by Trump to run around in circles clumsily breaking reality in order to defend this shitshow of an administration. This time around, it was yet another batshit appearance from Rudy Giuliani, the guy who used to be a New York City mayor that at least … More »
Ween unearthed their cover of a Metallica classic, while Gene and Dean went it alone during their encore on Saturday night in Oregon.
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