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When Miguel opened for Drake at MGM Grand in November, he did it in rock-star mode. Now, he continues in that direction.
Plus recording Sleep's Dopesmoker and the other 300 albums under his belt.
From opening for TSOL and playing for Timothy Leary, The Vermin has done it all.
The group’s second go-around has been nothing short of incendiary.
Fans in Las Vegas can watch a simulcast at Brooklyn Bowl, at four local movie theaters or on YouTube.
Celebrating 25 years as a band, the 20th anniversary of the "Blue Album" and more.
Conor Oberst & Co. have been storing up plenty of anger.
Opening act Braids was so good, the synth-pop duo is lackluster by comparison.
Talking the new album, how Vegas is like "New Orleans on steroids" and a job offer from the Blue Man Group.
Reviewing Major Lazer, Galantis and Giorgio Moroder.
Aubergine Electric sounds like Nike Drake lived to discover synthesizes
Corner Stone, Left Standing, Happy Campers and others play Fremont Country Club.
Kicking back, smoking blunts and making spacey beats is the outfit's forte.
The storied Jersey outfit was nothing short of a metalcore dream.
Roster supplement highlights notable hip-hop program.