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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.
Plus: A drag queen comedienne and a band of flamenco kings. Get all the deets here.
Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 am for the Killers frontman's first solo gig for his upcoming second solo album.
“This is all in his spirit, raising the money and keeping our American art form alive.”
The album doesn’t shy away from pushing boundaries.
Plus, False Cause signs with SquidHat and a new music video from Almost Normal.
Sellout crowds on consecutive nights welcomed the act with a surprising intensity and fists in the air.
It's her most impersonal work yet.
The American debut of the international music festival favors discovery DJs like local duo Caked Up.
The Dutch DJ/producer talks dropping his first record (at age 14), what sets his tracks apart and more.