Plus: Franz Ferdinand, Nick Murphy, Bloc Party (performing Silent Alarm), Broken Social Scene, Sharon Van Etten, and more.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Patti Smith, The Flaming Lips, Die Antwoord, Ween, Rancid, and Violent Femmes also highlight the massive bill.
The Iowa metallers and the ’80s new wavers come together in a mashup called “Slipshack”.
The Killers, Sting, Lionel Richie, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and even Kid Rock.
They also have plans to release their first-ever memoir as well as a new documentary from the mind of Fred Armisen.
The oft-described “King of All Media” is looking to finally place his own music on the radio.
From A Tribe Called Quest to X, the range of talent being shut out is astonishing.
The impressive lineup boasts Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Julian Casablancas, Modest Mouse, Danny Brown, Butthole Surfers, and more.
Two-day LA event also promises Dan Auerbach, Danny Brown, Guided By Voices, Bad Brains, Fear, The B-52s, and more.
“You had better do what you are told. You’d better listen to the radio.”
During which he covered Radiohead, The Beatles, Sarah McLachlan, and The B-52s.
In what could be the band and comic’s most perfect collaboration to date.