Queens of the Stone Age
Like Clockwork (June 4)
The SoCal desert rockers are now on Matador Records, one more reason to get excited about their first album in six years.
The Music Issue
- Ministry of Love's Meg Vitale battled cancer to sing again
- Turntable roundtable: Local DJs on the state of their profession
- Must-see summer concerts in Vegas
- Key Vegas bands are back after extended breaks
- Vegas musicians share the tracks they’ve been listening to
- The Weekly interview: STRFKR drummer (and former Las Vegan) Keil Corcoran
Boards of Canada
Tomorrow’s Harvest (June 11)
For a certain breed of electronic-music fan, this return from Scotland’s downtempo duo, not Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, is the disc they’ve been dying to hear.
Yeezus (June 18)
Few specifics are known about the follow-up to My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, but we fully expect it to be beautiful, dark and twisted.
Empire of the Sun
Ice on the Dune (June 18)
The Scottish dance-pop duo is known for its live production, but the group’s second album should sell big, bridging the gap between clubgoers and headphoners.
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros (July 23)
The folky rockers behind 2010 hit “Home” might be on the verge of a Mumford-level breakout.