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The musician talks a new album, musical influences and more.
A small crowd didn’t stop the three-piece from rural Indiana from putting on a quality show.
The band put on a strong showing at the Linq's concert hall on March 30.
These are songs that need to be heard, for present’s sake.
Unabashedly wordy and awkwardly charming, the Australian's debut LP is a candid hit.
If he didn’t win you over from behind his turntables, his bear hug and wide smile would close the deal.
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.