And the Lips' new single, "The Castle," is hot off the press this morning.
"We have the best fans in the world, who have been with us through our entire journey and we are so excited to celebrate with them by going back on the road and showcasing an exciting new show,” said Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
Smart, poppy, awesome garage-pop to get you ready for the weekend.
Interviews, book signings, film showings, and more! Whew.
"Most times, mainstream artists tend to not be the same person their lyrics convey."
This is seriously the best news.
Were you a teenage fannie?
Tune in, and let Roky and crew take you to your empty place.
Could Cleveland's shiny rock 'n' roll museum finally let our grungy revolutionaries in?
If this doesn't brighten your day, nothing will.
The real Slim Shady turns 44 today.
We're particularly excited about what Marsha Music has to say, and to hear Melvin Davis' keynote speech, and to hear Thomas Calkins' presentation "Down on the Street: Detroit’s shifting record store landscape, 1970-2010." And John Sinclair! And...
Danny and the Darleans brings the absolute party vibes while Cheater Slicks starts with dark, gnarly, psychedelic garage rock as its jumping-off point, and then gets gnarlier and darker from there.
The swamp buggy badasses bring their puppets, hand-made electronics, and sick beats back to our fair city.
“It will be a cool show, I promise you. It’ll be spectacular like all my shows have been,” Waters says.
The duo plays Donovan's tonight if you happen to fall in love with this video.
In honor of Bob Dylan being awarded the Nobel Prize for literature this year, we've assembled two fistfuls of covers of his music by area artists.
“Well, here the f-ck we are,” Pete Townshend said at the Desert Trip festival. “You’ve come to watch old people dance.”