Cali alt-rockers return with the follow-up to 2011’s If Not Now, When?.
Plus, read a Q&A with frontman Brandon Boyd about the band’s upcoming album, 8.
Come join in and sing along with every song from the Disney animated canon.
Bon Iver, Wilco, Chance the Rapper, and Gorillaz aren’t the only ones who deserve a party.
Featuring Daft Punk-inspired artwork, iconic instruments, and lots and lots of helmets.
Hundred Waters-curated festival also promises Future Islands, Skrillex, Deafheaven, Tycho, Kelela, Mitski, Chelsea Wolfe, and Thundercat.
The only thing we know for sure about the Grammys is that nothing is certain.
The band made a surprise appearance at LA’s Emo Nite, performing “Emily” and “Note to Self”.
In anticipation of Incubus’ first album in six years.
A track-by-track breakdown that will take you around the world.
Sonny Moore celebrate his 29th birthday by reuniting with his old emo band.
The Chicago MC’s musical vision for the South Side comes to life.