Dead & Company Announce Final Tour Dates for 2023

A few weeks after announcing that their next tour will be their last, Dead & Company have revealed their dates for 2023. The run will kick off with two arena shows at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles on May 19-20 and wrap July 15-16 at Oracle Park in San Francisco, the spiritual hometown of […]

October 6, 2022

Meet Me in the Bathroom Sets Theatrical, Cable Premiere Dates

The documentary based on former SPIN intern Lizzy Goodman’s 2017 chronicle of the 2000s-era New York rock scene, Meet Me in the Bathroom, has set its premiere dates in theaters and on Showtime. Directed by Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern, Meet Me in the Bathroom will screen Oct. 27 at the Fonda in Los Angeles, […]

Kevin Parker Reflects on 10th Anniversary of Tame Impala’s Lonerism

Kevin Parker has taken to Instagram to reflect on the 10th anniversary of Tame Impala‘s second album, Lonerism, which was originally released on Oct. 5, 2012. The group performed Lonerism in its entirety at a special one-off show on Saturday at the Desert Daze festival in Lake Perris, Calif. “Difficult to sum up what the […]

Taylor Swift Reveals ‘Karma’ As Eighth Song From Midnights

Taylor Swift‘s latest song title reveal from her upcoming album, Midnights, is “Karma,” which is the eighth track in sequence on the project. “Karma” is the latest song to be picked out of a spinning, bingo-like ball cage, replete with cheesy, retro theme music in the background, as part of Swift’s cheeky “Midnights Mayhem With […]

Guided By Voices Announce 46th Studio Album, La La Land

Guided By Voices have a collection of ’90s rarities called Scalping the Guru coming out on Oct. 28, but that isn’t stopping the long-running Dayton, Ohio-based rock band from announcing its 46th studio album, La La Land, which will be released on Jan. 20. Its thundering lead track, “Instinct Dwelling,” can be sampled below. [embedded content][embedded […]

October 5, 2022

Serj Tankian Presenting Visual Art Exhibit in Los Angeles

System Of A Down‘s Serj Tankian entered the world of fine art back in 2013 with his Disarming Time Musical Paintings, and this month, fans will be able to experience his wide-ranging creativity through a new exhibit, “Shapeshift: A Dynamic Dive Into Diversity.” The event will be hosted at Stephanie’s Art Gallery in La Cañada […]

Patti Smith Releasing Instagram-Inspired Book in November

Patti Smith is transforming her popular Instagram feed into A Book of Days, which will be released Nov. 15 by Penguin. The book includes 365 photos meant to represent a year in Smith’s life of touring, visiting the graves of literary heroes such as Dylan Thomas and Sylvia Plath and hanging out with her kids […]

On Alvvays’ Thrilling Blue Rev, Nostalgia Spurs Indie-Rock Triumph

Let’s talk about Blue Rev. Not the new Alvvays album, but the booze for which it’s named, because this is some deeply, deliciously Canadian shit. The niche nostalgia play is fitting for a Toronto band largely defined by backward glances: to past loves and the jangly post-punk of C-86 bands like Primal Scream and the […]