Warning: Some of these you won’t be able to “unsee,” so proceed with caution.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Including Jack White’s initial impressions of Yeah Yeahs, Bruce Springsteen’s pep talk to Conor Oberst, and that time Peter Doherty propositioned The Strokes’ Nick Valensi.
Austin, TX festival also promises Iggy Pop, Grizzly Bear, The Shins, Blood Orange, Pusha T, Vince Staples, Japandroids, and Dinosaur Jr.
A musical narrative of punk’s evolution as a genre and subculture.
Bon Iver, Wilco, Chance the Rapper, and Gorillaz aren’t the only ones who deserve a party.
What the rise of solo artists means for a genre once ruled by bands.
In celebration of the festival’s 25th anniversary, we crown the best Lolla lineup of them all.
Thrashcore supergroup makes up for lost time on full-length debut.
The rock trio hit the stage for the first time together since November 2013.
Head Wound City (members of Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Blood Brothers) share pummeling new track “Born to Burn” — listen
Thrash supergroup delivers another hard hitting punch of A New Wave of Violence.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Blood Brothers supergroup Head Wound City announce new album, share “Scraper” — listen
First official release since 2005 arrives in May.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman contributes to Rise of the Tomb Raider soundtrack.