The Third Man Records honcho paid tribute to The King Jack White and Elvis Jack White has covered two songs by Elvis on a new podcast. The musician, who also runs the Third Man Records label, was a guest on the season finale of Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History .
Alkaline Trio has released a new single from their upcoming album. The song, “Blackbird,” comes off of Is This Thing Cursed? , which is due out August 31st on Epitaph Records . The album will be their first studio release since 2013’s My Shame Is True .
Goldfinger have announced a couple of shows with The Suicide Machines , Buck-O-Nine and Suburban Legends that are scheduled for August 31st and September 1st. Goldfinger last released The Knife in 2017 via Rise Records . You can see the list of shows below.
Vampire Weekend recently embarked on a summer tour with a new lineup . They played their first show in four years in Ojai, California at the end of May, where they teased a new song and Beatles cover. They transitioned from “Cape Cod Kwassa … More »
Ray Davies said “it’s the right time to do it” The band haven’t released a new original album in almost 25 years The Kinks are reportedly getting back together for a new album. Frontman Ray Davies confirmed the news, saying that the band may even play some live shows.
A group of four mothers have gotten together to form a band. The band will be playing nothing but Ramones covers and is called The Ramoms . Their first show is July 22 at century bar in Philadelphia. The band members include Jodi Ramom, Cori Ramom, Sharon Ramom, and Ginger Ramom.
In 1993, Wu-Tang Clan rocked the hip-hop world when they unleashed their seminal debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). With the project…
The artist disappeared Tuesday night, setting off a police search and a groundswell of support from fans and peers. (Image credit: Timothy Norris/Getty Images)
Featuring the album played in full and help from some special guests Sunflower Bean It’s rare that an album gets played live in full one month after its release – usually that type of reverential treatment is reserved for ageing records and surrounded by a whiff of nostalgia.
When it comes to finding another side of Bob Dylan, no decade comes close to the 2010s. Even his legendary stint as a “voice of a…