The Strokes frontman adds more live shows in support of Tyranny.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer teams with Julian Casablancas for September release.
The Strokes frontman returns with Tyranny in September.
Plus, Julian Casabalancas performs “Instant Crush” at Governors Ball.
OutKast or Damon Albarn? TV on the Radio or Grimes? Get ready to make a lot of touch decisions.
The Strokes, Phoenix, Slowdive, Interpol, HAIM, Grimes, and much more!
Is it the second coming of Yeezus? The rise of St. Vincent? Skrillex even?
Plus, Julian Casablancas and Pixies have been added to the lineup.
The festival’s debut in Buenos Aires proves very, very successful.
Julian Casablancas wore Win Butler’s giant bobblehead mask during Arcade Fire’s set at Lollapalooza Argentina
The most nondescript surprise guest ever?
“There are 45 different things that I’d like to do.”
Casablancas goes for a drive in a classic Monte Carlo.
See The Strokes frontman perform the song for one of the first times ever.
The Strokes frontman shows off his new solo work.
Our first taste of his new solo LP.
He’s also playing music by The Strokes and his Daft Punk collaboration.
Your paint-by-numbers guide to the year’s most hellish week in music.
Preview two minutes of new music from Julian Casablancas + The Voidz.
The Strokes frontman teams up with composer Simon Taufique for new music.
Plus, Damon Albarn, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, and TV on the Radio.
The highlights, the surprises, the omissions, and the least interesting.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen.
Julian Casablancas: a modern day Napoleon.
The Strokes frontman is again going solo.
Soundgarden, Chili Peppers, Pixies, and Vampire Weekend, too.
Sobriety suits the Strokes sideman well.
Does downgrading technology make one human after all?
They also dislike today’s EDM scene.
Electro duo debut new trailer.