The Who haven’t released an album since Endless Wire in 2006. It’s been even longer since frontman Roger Daltrey’s last solo record, Rocks In The Head, which came out in 1992. But a few years ago, shortly after his collaboration with Dr. Feelgood guitarist Wilko Johnson, 2014’s Going Back Home, he started working on a … More »
Watch Phil Lesh & Stu Allen lead a Thunder & Lightning performance live from Terrapin Crossroads via a free webcast on Tuesday night.
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Our April playlist includes new tracks by Jenny Hval, Janelle Monae, Let’s Eat Grandma, Sloan, Melody’s Echo Chamber, Lord Huron, Sleep, Courtney Barnett, Deafheaven, and more.
Today, John Prine released his first new album of original songs in over 13 years, The Tree Of Forgiveness. It finds him collaborating with the likes of Dan Auerbach, Pat McLaughlin, Jason Isbell, and Amanda Shires. Last night, Prine took to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform “Summer’s End” from it, alongside Sturgill … More »
Last week, Washington, DC’s utterly godawful hellscape of rush-hour traffic forced me to miss Bacchae when the DC punk band opened Turnstile’s record-release show. From the sounds of things, I really missed something. Bacchae just released their new self-titled EP, and it’s a giddy, melodic pileup of new-wave sonics, postpunk ferocity, and all-out hooks. More »
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New Jersey indie-rock royalty Yo La Tengo recently kicked off a tour in support of their very pretty new album There’s A Riot Going On. And at their stop in Philly last night, they were joined onstage by some Philadelphia indie-rock royalty: Kurt Vile. More »
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