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Getting to know Guts, The Musket Vine, Special-K, No Tides and Good Grief.
The former Swedish House Mafia member strays from stadium-ready, potentially commercial crossover hits.
You know a band is serious when it only lets the press stream a record in one, unbroken track.
His most diverse ride yet.
Still, overall Adore Life prizes restraint as much as noise.
Doom/heavy psych weekender to take over Hard Rock Hotel and include genre faves Sleep, Mudhoney and Candlemass.
Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan kick off touring April 8 and 9 and T-Mobile Arena.
Also: Floetry and Tinashe.
The 1,800-capacity, 20,000-square-foot venue, which replaces Life Nightclub, debuts February 5 with Awolnation.
He'll put a spell on you.
If a Muse concert were a celebrity, it would be Gwyneth Paltrow—which is to say it can sound utterly ridiculous and be laughably pretentious, but ...
The Vegas-formed quartet has weathered lineup changes and stylistic metamorphoses.
Brendon Urie left Las Vegas before he was legally allowed to be on the Strip, but the fantasy of the city loomed large.
Think of him like The Ramones of country music—no matter how long he’s onstage, when he finally exits, he gave you just the right amount.
.Paak has released arguably one of the first great albums of the new year.