The Menzingers open for Bayside at Brooklyn Bowl on September 9.
This trek finds the band covering lots of new ground.
If previous records have been about staring down ideology and violence, this one's about making a life in spite of it.
The record comes from the same recording sessions that bred last year’s catchier, more sanguine 'Star Wars.'
Charmingly wacky stage antics mixed with romantic yacht-rock and stoner-funk Friday night at the Hard Rock pool.
The English foursome complements its big pop songs with equally big visual displays at T-Mobile.
How about Soundgarden, Faith No More and Godspeed You! Black Emperor?
Bassist Sergio Vega's influence on the band is more apparent than ever, on record and in concert.
"It makes sense to play a live music venue, rather than cram our drum machines and synthesizers into a DJ booth."
Psycho's founder is already promising a return to the Hard Rock, vowing the 2017 edition will be even “bigger and better.”
Catch them on Saturday when they open for Black Sabbitch.
The princess of pop is back.
The indie rocker plays the Hard Rock on September 2.
To take it all in—aurally, visually, emotionally—is one of rock’s great live experiences.
Belinda Carlisle was, well, Belinda Carlisle; that’s really all we can ask of one of the most distinctive voices of the 1980s.