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Governors Ball 2016: The Killers and M83 Embrace the Rain and Rock the Night

Not even a horrendous rainstorm could hold back Governors Ball from embracing thy inner festival animal.

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Governors Ball 2016: Beck and the Strokes Deliver the Classics

The most intriguing moment of the opening day to Governors Ball came during an organ-only ballad from the Strokes.

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Moe. Concocts Explosive Recreational Chemistry in Hollywood

Some mainstream music fans don’t have the patience for such improv, but for the moe.rons, the psychedelic jamming is what it’s all about.

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Umphrey’s McGee Goes Full Metal Jacket in LA + Interview

Umphrey's McGee slays LA with another marathon show and guest jam with Frank Zappa bassist Arthur Barrow.

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‘Shot!’ Mick Rock Documentary at Tribeca + After Party (Photos)

Following the world premiere of SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock, attendees were invited to an after party which featured the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and some special guests.

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Smashing Pumpkins Deliver Sonic Tricks and Deep Cut Treats in LA

The acoustic-electro format is a triumph, with the In Plainsong tour representing a rare chance to experience the band in a more intimate sonic fashion.

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Denovali Festival Returns to London With Drones, Waves and a Range of Frequencies

Two evenings of experimental and daring music transport festival-goers at St John-at-Hackney and Kings Place.

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All the WOO in the World: An All-star Benefit for P-Funk Legend Bernie Worrell

The Wizard of WOO got his due as Nona Hendryx brought together George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Living Colour, David Byrne, Meryl Streep, and dozens more.

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String Cheese Incident Brings March Madness to San Diego’s North Park

The counterculture remains blessed to have a band like the String Cheese Incident still dedicated to delivering exploratory jams framed in a socially-conscious context.

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David Gilmour and Polly Samson Take LA by Musical and Literary Storm

With Gilmour playing his first American shows in a decade, seen here at the Hollywood Bowl, there was a rare opportunity for the couple to appear together to discuss their collaborations.

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Ace Frehley Rocks Time and Space in Beverly Hills

Frehley delivered the goods song after song, ripping off the hot licks that inspired the next generation of guitar heroes while also delivering almost all of his most beloved classics with his typically affable wit and charm.

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18 Mar 2016 // 10:00 AM

Between Lifestyle and Art: Hinds Hit a Sold-Out Bowery Ballroom

The best band currently exported from Spain, Hinds is four garage rockers who’ve found a new way of singing the same thing.

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Paradise Is Here: Natalie Merchant’s Radiant Music Lit up London’s Royal Albert Hall

Dervish twirls, anti-Trump sentiments, and a fantastic set-list made for a triumphant start to the European leg of Natalie Merchant’s 2016 Paradise Is There tour.

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The Inimitable Quartet That Is Lake Street Dive

Lake Street Dive find the perfect foundation between unbridled soul and incredible technicality at Tucson's Rialto Theatre.

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Rosanne Cash and Her “Peculiar” South

Rosanne Cash brings her stories of violence and redemption, beauty and suffering, to Carnegie Hall with The River and the Thread.

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Migos Reclaim Their Dab With the Dab Tour, Starting at the Regency Ballroom

Migos blow out the Regency Ballroom with a sold out show: featuring a new single, an intense viewer experience, and a fresh new dance.

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26th Annual Tibet House Benefit Featured Iggy Pop’s Bowie Tribute and More (Photos)

The annual Tibet House Benefit supports the organization's mission to promote and preserve the cultural and spiritual heritage of Tibet. This year, Iggy Pop channeled Bowie.

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Sound Tribe Sector 9 Fires Intergalactic Sonic Blast for Peace and Harmony

It seems Sound Tribe Sector 9 were destined to be part of the noble 21st century movement that carries the torch for peace through music.

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Mike Gordon Band Gets Weird and Funky in Hollywood

The Fonda Theater has become one of LA’s top spots for national touring bands, but few acts bring in a crowd that feels like a genuine community like a Phish member can.

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Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins Honor ‘Rabbit Fur Coat’ LP with Reverent Show in LA

Jenny Lewis has come to occupy a relatively unique space bridging melodic indie rock with atmospheric psych rock.

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