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Zedd's ambition doesn't quite equal his execution on the new release.
The Killers drummer is actually a killer frontman.
The band has definitely risen again with its first album in 18 years.
“We’re still chipping away, like Michelangelo chipped away at David."
His debut album Ratchet is garnering widespread praise, from Spin to The New York Times.
From Minor Threat to Faded Grey, a bunch of acts that'll never happen … and a few that might.
Norway’s Turbonegro wasn’t one of the three-day fest’s top-line headliners, but you’d never know it counting costumes in the crowd.
Playing their most successful album in full, the headliners put forth one of the best sets I've seen this year.
Plan for plenty of LGBT parties this MDW.
The Philharmonic is reaching out to untapped ears: “I want to break down all of these walls. I want them to feel they can go ...
From sassy SoCal punks with a gravelly power-pop bent to some authentic, anthemic Oi! punks straight outta South London.
The Swedish hardcore pioneers (and this weekend's Punk Rock Bowling headliners) drop their first album since 1998 next month.
The "experimental hivemind" started releasing cassette tapes—yes, cassette tapes—in December.
The exec talks discounts for locals and the possibility of a third weekend
His High Flying Birds flap into the Joint for a May 22 show.