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Afro-Punk Festival Confirms Schedule

The fourth annual Afro-Punk festival will take place in Brooklyn from July 5 through the 13, and is co-sponsored by …Read the Rest

26 Jun 2008 | More

The Verve Name New Album, Preview First Single

The Verve have finally set a name for their long-awaited comeback album — it is to be called Forth, and will …Read the Rest

26 Jun 2008 | More

The Fratellis at Webster Hall, NYC, 6.13.08

The Fratellis came on like Scottish bats out of hell with the Les Paul guitar and power drums fury of …Read the Rest

26 Jun 2008 | More

New Oasis Album Due in October

On October 7, Oasis returns with its seventh full-length release, Dig Out Your Soul, the follow-up to 2005′s Don’t Believe …Read the Rest

25 Jun 2008 | More

Now Hear This: Sarandon: No Cardigans Please, Twee is Simply Awful

The UK’s Sarandon like to call themselves a pop band with a short attention span.  The name of their latest …Read the Rest

24 Jun 2008 | More

Kings of Leon to Release New LP in September

On September 23rd, the Followill troupe out of Tennessee that we all know as Kings of Leon will release their …Read the Rest

24 Jun 2008 | More

The Futureheads at Pianos, NYC, 6.18.08

The Futureheads played an “intimate” gig to a packed and sweaty Piano’s crowd the night after their one-off Bowery Ballroom …Read the Rest

23 Jun 2008 | More

Loene Carmen – ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Tears’

If this is rock and roll, then the end times are nigh. Not that Loene Carmen can’t rock, of course. …Read the Rest

19 Jun 2008 | More

The Kiss-Off – ‘Brace’

Imagine Wire and Echo & The Bunnymen collaborating on an album circa 1981. That’s pretty much what can be found …Read the Rest

19 Jun 2008 | 2 comments | More

The War On Drugs – ‘Wagonwheel Blues’

For a band with so many experimental pop influences, The War On Drugs’ Wagonwheel Blues continues the recent thematic trend …Read the Rest

19 Jun 2008 | More