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The Virgins Have Broken Up

The Virgins Have Broken Up

The future seemed bright for the New York City rockers; they recently opened a string of dates for The Killers and are signed to Julian Casblancas’ label Cult Records. However, five years after breaking onto the scene with their hit “Rich Girls”, the band has decided to end their endeavor. Frontman Donald Cumming posted this […]

Phoenix Share “Chloroform” Video

Phoenix Share “Chloroform” Video

The husband and wife pair of Thomas Mars and Sofia Coppola collaborate for Phoenix’s “Chloroform” video. The marriage of both filmmaker and musician released the seventh track off of Phoenix’s latest LP, Bankrupt! The music video features Coppola’s indie filmmaking techniques on an online debut at MoMA. Coppola tells Indie Wire of her approach, “I […]

Lily Allen is Back With New Music

Lily Allen is Back With New Music

It’s been a few years since Lily Allen released any new music. She first appeared on the British music scene in 2005 and quickly gained the public’s attention through self-releasing her own music on Myspace. In 2006, she released her debut album Alright, Still which turned out to be a multi-platinum album in Britain while […]

ABBA Discuss Waterloo Anniversary

ABBA Discuss Waterloo Anniversary

Mamma mia, here they go again! According to singer Agnetha Faltskog, the band aims to mark Eurovision’s 40th anniversary “in some way” next year. The possible reunion of legendary Swedish pop group ABBA ignited the U.K. media on Monday. Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny, and Anni-Frid could once more be brought together in 2014. Forming in 1972, […]

The National Release Song For Catching Fire Soundtrack

The National Release Song For Catching Fire Soundtrack

With the premier of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire less than two weeks away, indie rockers The National have become one of the first artists to release their song for the movie’s soundtrack. Titled “Lean,” the track effectively captures the dark, melancholic sound and obscure, pensive lyrics The National are known for. With lyrics such […]

Lollapalooza Brazil Lineup Revealed

Lollapalooza Brazil Lineup Revealed

Lollapalooza Brazil’s 2014 lineup has been revealed, and it doesn’t appear that it varies much from next year’s Lollapalooza Chile and Lollapalooza Argentina lineups. Headliners for this year’s festival will include, Arcade Fire, Soundgarden, and Nine Inch Nails, and Muse (in place of Red Hot Chili Peppers). Artists that will be playing at all three […]

Lollapalooza Chile Announce Stacked Lineup

Lollapalooza Chile Announce Stacked Lineup

The annual Lollapalooza festival is headed back to South America in a new way next year, as former Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell is bringing his alternative festival extravaganza to Argentina for the first time ever. The festival will also make visits to Chile and Brazil. The fourth Chilean edition will take place in Santiago […]

Alanis Morissette’s Music Brought to Broadway

Alanis Morissette’s Music Brought to Broadway

Alanis Morissette is the latest of a string of popular musicians, such as Green Day and The Four Seasons, to transition onto the Broadway stage over the past decade. Her landmark debut album, Jagged Little Pill, will act as the basis for a new musical that will be produced by Broadway veterans Vivek J. Tiwary […]

Paul Simon and Sting Announce 2014 Tour

Paul Simon and Sting Announce 2014 Tour

If you have ever wanted to hear Sting sing “You Can Call Me Al” or Paul Simon cry out “Roxanne,” you just might get your chance next year. Paul Simon and Sting have announced they will be touring North America together in early 2014. Paul Simon & Sting: On Stage Together will cross the country […]

Arcade Fire’s Reflektor Debuts at #1

Arcade Fire’s Reflektor Debuts at #1

Arcade Fire’s new album Reflektor was released on October 29, 2013 and has already debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. In it’s first week, Reflektor sold 140,000 copies. This marks the second number one album for Arcade Fire, following a close second to their album The Suburbs in 2010, which sold 156,000 copies in its first week. […]

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