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Huff returns to play the Bunkhouse March 31.
Billy Idol. Forever.
The touring of a new album by a veteran act is rarely an easy proposition, but New Order prevailed.
The singer-songwriter doesn't disappoint after fulfilling his postponed January Brooklyn Bowl date.
Talking the band's move from Seattle to LA, working with Ty Segall and playing this year's festival circuit.
The band stops at the Bunkhouse this week to play its first Vegas gig.
Before there was big-room EDM, there was Underworld.
Looking back at Neon Reverb 2016: Individually, Ty Segall won the weekend for me, but my MVP award goes to the Vegas scene, for reconfirming ...
The world needs Iggy Pop more than ever to carry the torch for boundary-pushing rock ’n’ roll.
The California fuzz-rocker delivered a manic performance ranking with the fest's all-time best.
Sunday at Backstage Bar & Billiards offered a well-curated showcase and marker of Reverb's triumphant return.
The running theme of the night seemed to be youth.
Philadelphia's Beach Slang sang an off-the-cuff song about the TSA and confiscated cowbell.
Before Bleached laid down perfected pop-punk, the Dirty Hooks got a good chunk of the crowd dancing with their "electric grit."
Plus: Wheelchair Sports Camp, Phil A and Hassan and more.