Rock icons Styx will be the opening concert when a newly renovated Pompano Beach Amphitheater debuts Feb. 19 for an audience seated for the first time under the venue’s new canopy. Tickets for the AEG Presents concert are scheduled to go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 29, at AXS.com. Prices will range from $39.50 (standing room) to $124.50. A presale will be held 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Thursday, with ...
Lara Spencer put on a very leggy display in a gorgeous floral mini dress for a girls' night out on Monday. The Good Morning America star looked sensational in her red and white frock, which featured puffed sleeves and a V-neckline. She teamed her mini with a pair of beige ankle boots and wore her hair in loose curls.
Cult indie band the Posies are splitting up after several women made allegations of sexual misconduct against frontman Ken Stringfellow. One woman accused the musician of forcing her into sex in a men's toilet; another said she had been in an abusive relationship with him since 2017. A third said...
Today (Oct. 26), we say Happy Birthday to the woman who Martin Luther King Jr. said was his favorite singer, Ms. Mahalia Jackson. The gospel singer and close friend of King’s, who was born in 1911 and died in 1972, is considered to be one of the most influential singers of the 20th century. She was also a favorite of Bob Dylan’s.
LoCash will release a five-song EP called Woods & Water on November 5th. Either Preston Brust or Chris Lucas had a hand in writing each song on the project along with the likes of The Beach Boys‘ Brian Wilson and Mike Love, as well as Nashville hitmakers like Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson, and Ben Hayslip.
Really dont see how normal people can listen to durks music. This cat literally makes death anthems smh. A bunch of bullsh*t talking about death and his enemies. What normal person wants to listen to that bullsh*t?. Good nobody wants to hear that bullsh*t anyway... fu*k off the stage. fax....
But don't worry, this whole incident only lasted for a few minutes. Every day we send an email with the top stories from Digg. From teen country tracks to synth-pop anthems and rare covers, a comprehensive assessment of her one-of-a-kind songbook through the "Folklore" and "Evermore" era.
(October 26, 2021) Who doesn’t like a Chicago steppers’ jam? Well, if you’re one of the lucky ones who does, emerging singer-songwriter Tygressa is “stepping” up to the plate with the Terry “20” Poindexter-produced “Shake It for You,” a song that harbors all the smooth rhythmic soul contained in one of those R. Kelly steppers’ anthems…minus all the paranoiac guilt.
Cradle of Filth was back tonight, Saturday, October 23, 2021, at The Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles. If you are not familiar with them, they are an English extreme metal band, formed in Suffolk, England in 1991. Their lyrical themes and imagery are heavily influenced by Gothic literature, poetry, mythology and horror films. The band consists of its founding member, vocalist Dani Filth, drummer Martin ‘Marthus’ Škaroupka, bassist Daniel Firth, guitarists Richard Shaw and Marek ‘Ashok’ Šmerda, and keyboardist Anabelle Iratni.
During that first seemingly unending lockdown in 2020, while most of the world was watching Tiger King or baking bread, British pop maverick Charli XCX wrote, recorded and released a whole album. A collaborative effort with her fans, titled How I’m Feeling Now, it distilled the boredom, frustration, grief, gratitude and mania of that period into hyperactive club-pop that offered up escapism and introspection when they were needed most.
Jeymes Samuel’s supremely violent revenge thriller is a bold and bloody reinvention of the movie western. While the events of Jeymes Samuel’s debut feature The Harder They Fall are fictional, the film opens with the declaration: ‘These. People. Existed.’ Blending real-life Black outlaws with a sparky revenge tale, Samuel has created a rapid-fire reinvention of wild west screen lore.
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LoCash are ready to take fans into the Woods & Water. The chart-topping duo of Preston Brust and Chris Lucas channel their backwoods upbringing into the new EP, out on November 5. The five-song project reflects their passion for the outdoors with titles including “In the Woods,” “Sippin’ Sunsets” and “Beach Boys,” the latter of which was co-written byBrian Wilson, co-founder of the Beach Boys.
“Let battle commence” is how Charli XCX put it earlier this year, announcing a trio of laughably tiny shows dedicated to ‘How I’m Feeling Now’. She wasn’t exaggerating. Tonight’s London show (October 25) – her first UK date since the ‘Charli’ world tour got cut short by the pandemic – sold out in just five minutes, and for the 600 fans here tonight at Lafayette, just making it into the room already feels like a victory.
2. 2NE1 - 'FIRE'. 2NE1 debuted in 2009 with the song FIRE. At the time, girl groups sang traditionally feminine songs, often singing about love. Cute concepts were extremely common back then. 2NE1 stuck out because they experimented with a concept that was different from most girl groups. They did not sing about love and instead sang about girls breaking all the rules and being themselves.
Space-punk from Milan, Italy that sounds like GEZA X battling ZOLAR X battling 8-bit monsters. I love this tape. According to their bio, these folks are in a long-standing punk collective that also dabbles in dungeon synth, and it shows in how adroitly the electronics are used with the traditional instruments. These anthems are punk-first blasts with synths and theremin accompaniment that sound upbeat, hopeful, and fun. “Centro Sociale” has bouncy-ball bass with a unique echoey male/female vocal approach full of character and trills. “Fascita” is fast punk backed with what sounds like a chiptune symphony that gives the proceedings an epic, grand feeling. It takes us on a side quest for glory and righteousness that just happens to finish up in under two minutes. The spooky B-movie theremin on “La Nazione è Pronta” and the shout-along chorus “Troppi Sbirri” hammer home how distinct each track sounds. The whole package is well-composed and arranged and avoids the eggy nerdiness that a lot of synth punk bands skew toward. And check out the rad underground comix-meets-Commodore 64 cover art. Rules. This is a super limited tape release, so act fast if you want a physical copy.
Last week, indie singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus played two nights for capacity crowds at Union Transfer, the first of which sold out well ahead of the release of her third full-length record, Home Video. To her fans, hearing Dacus play a setlist comprised of unheard material was hardly a gamble. And in the months they waited to see the show, her audience devoured every last line of the new record, so when the time came, they were able to dutifully and enchantingly sing along.
The obituary writers had readied their pens for My Morning Jacket. After touring 2015’s Grammy-nominated The Waterfall, Jim James found himself exhausted by the sapping rigours of touring and the band sank into an indefinite hiatus, James admitting that even he thought they’d made their final album. Thankfully, triumphant live...
After the release of a version celebrating the 10th anniversary of Skyrim, the celebration concert is the icing on the cake. Bethesda has reminded us via Twitter that the concert to commemorate the greatness of one of their most popular games is coming soon. The concert for the 10th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will take place on November 11 at 2 PM Eastern Time at the Alexandra Palace Theater in London.