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The Killers’ frontman only plays three new songs from upcoming solo album The Desired Effect.
Also, Tedeschi Trucks Band and Wu Tang's Ghostface Killah and Raekwon.
The musician talks the band's concept record, finding a new bassist and more.
It's the indie-pop artist's major label debut.
Some bands don’t need to change to maintain our attention.
“I think we’re just cut from the same cloth.”
"I [just] find horror movies fascinating enough to the point that I want to write about them.”
The volume’s loud enough to leave a post-show buzz, even with earplugs safely in place, and most significantly, the mix is spot-on.
It's Madge's worst since 2003's American Life.
Kweli’s set was a lesson in the history of the genre.
"Not that many people can say they fueled a movement."
The musician on what attracted him to noise rock, ruining gear at gigs and the loudest show he's been to.
It’s nice to hear something a little more soulful.
Fans were already camped out in front of the Downtown venue early this morning.
From The Roots to Spoon, and Disclosure to Jack White.