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Plus: Heart, Foals and Santigold.

Concert on-sales: Chris Stapleton, New Order, Barenaked Ladies and more

February 5th, 2016

Plus: Heart, Foals and Santigold.

  • Music

    Very few bands have the ability to seduce listeners as powerfully as this 12-member “little orchestra.”

  • Music

    Think classic but updated progressive house that only flirts with the serotonin spikes of trance.

  • Music

    DIIV has evolved into a group indebted to the shadowy side of ’80s college rock.

  • Music

    She's got range and isn’t afraid to use it, more or less adapting to whatever the tracks demand.

  • Music

    Slight, sterile arrangements and sleepy indie/R&B sounds? More like Blah Party.

  • Music

    Unity is the theme as Kweli re-teams with Reflection Eternal partner Hi-Tek and addresses social concerns.

  • Music

    The singer-songwriter records pop songs she originally wrote for others as her own, which makes for a fun but generic album.

  • Music

    The man behind the post-punk project talks post-apocalyptic dreams, handing over creative control and living in Berlin.

  • Music

    Ministry Bootcamp shows fans live performances come together, Bounty Hunter Brother get impromptu.

  • Music

    It’s been more than a year since Todd commanded audiences to move and sway as the frontman of college-rock cover band Red Eye Radio.

  • A&E

    They're formulaic and a little douchey, yet I still turn up their songs when they come on.

  • Music

    The indie/R&B star also released an acoustic cover of the New Wave legends' classic “Hungry Like the Wolf.”

  • Music

    Getting to know Guts, The Musket Vine, Special-K, No Tides and Good Grief.

  • Music

    The former Swedish House Mafia member strays from stadium-ready, potentially commercial crossover hits.

  • Music

    Still, overall Adore Life prizes restraint as much as noise.

  • Music

    You know a band is serious when it only lets the press stream a record in one, unbroken track.

  • Music

    Doom/heavy psych weekender to take over Hard Rock Hotel and include genre faves Sleep, Mudhoney and Candlemass.

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    Two words. Throw. Pillows.

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    Former Red Rock Resort executive pastry chef Jaret Blinn brings his locally inspired fare to Henderson.

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