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new Dismemberment Plan song – “Invisible” – out today

The Dismemberment Plan, the groundbreaking and influential indie rock four-piece, have revealed “Invisible,” the second song off of Uncanney Valley (out 10/15), the group’s first album of new music in 12 years. Says Stereogum, “It’s about moving to a city where nobody knows your name, the fear and the ecstasy of the experience, and it’s beautiful.” Fans both old and new can catch The Dismemberment Plan on tour this fall, playing festival dates including Riot Fest (Chicago and Denver), Laneway Festival (Detroit), and Fun Fun Fun Fest (Austin) as well…

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Stereophonics return to the US for tour dates

One of the most durable and consistently successful bands ever to come out of the U.K. band scene, Stereophonics return to the U.S. August 20th with the release of their chart topping U.K. album Graffiti on the Train; their eighth studio album, out on their own Stylus Records. Released earlier this year in the U.K., Graffiti on the Train entered the U.K. charts at number 3 and has remained in the Top 20 ever since. Affirming that this is their best album in a decade, the album has quickly gone…

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They Might Be Giants On Tour Through Fall, Perform LIVE On ‘Jimmy Fallon’

Brooklyn’s original alternative rockers, They Might Be Giants, have made a valiant return to the US after their recent stint though Australia and New Zealand. The band will take over North American stages once again on a massive 35-date tour in support of their deliriously catchy new studio album, Nanobots. The tour includes a “Celebrate Brooklyn” hometown show as well as stops in Los Angeles, Des Moines, Kansas City, Boise, Seattle, DC & Vancouver. Fans that are not able to make it out to a show can experience the band’s…

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Fall Out Boy Spring Tour Dates

So here’s my problem: I’m incredibly nostalgic. And by nostalgic, I mean that I’m still in love with a band that I loved when I was an immature 12 year-old with severe identity issues. The band grew, the fanbase shrunk, and they decided to take a break because they were sick of each other. Then I was in my dorm bed this past winter, and Fall Out Boy was like, “yeah, we might as well make a new album and get back together.” Thanks, boys. Patrick, Pete, Joe and Andy are…

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The Shins Spring Tour Dates

The Shins are still riding the success of Point of Morrow and are out on tour for a little bit this month. MVRemix saw them last August and Osheaga, and we were rather impressed. Though I’m still wondering when James Mercer is gonna get around to that Broken Bells followup. So if you wanna hear that “Simple Song” song live, here’s your chance! MVRemix will be covering the Montreal date next week on the 23rd – and you can still buy your tickets for that show right here on evenko’s website!…

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Free Energy Announce New Spring Dates Making Stops @ Camp Bisco + Jubilee Music Festival, Sharing Stages w/ The Darkness, The Drums, The Black Lips

Gearing up to play Camp Bisco, Jubilee Music Festival and making many stops along the way, Free Energy is thrilled to share stages with The Darkness, The Drums & The Black Lips on a national in support of their sophomore album Love Sign out now! Known for their 70s flecked bangers, epic guitar riffs, and just the right amount of cowbell, fans can get a taste of the live show by checking out the deliriously catchy “Hangin” and slowburning ballad “Dance All Night” as well as videos for cowbell-smacking album…

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Joy Kills Sorrow new EP (June 4) + song premiere + tour dates

“[The] five-piece Boston string band should make a big splash on the acoustic-music scene…”—USA Today “Subtle and snazzy, this new jack acoustic outfit merges bluegrass with jazz like it was the most natural combination in the world.”—Los Angeles Daily News “…worthy of Grammy consideration.”—Folk Alley Wide Awake, the highly anticipated new music from praised Boston-based string band Joy Kills Sorrow, will be released June 4 on Signature Sounds Recordings. The 7-song EP follows the ensemble’s sophomore release This Unknown Science (2011) which was lauded by Boston Globe as “on the…

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Deerhunter Set for North American Tour ‘Monomania’ Out Today

Deerhunter are set to criss-cross the country on the band’s first North American tour in support of ‘Monomania.’ ‘Monomania’ was released today on 4AD. More tour dates to be announced soon. Tour Dates: 8/23 PHOENIX, AZ Crescent Ballroom 8/27 SACRAMENTO, CA Hawlow’s 8/30 VANCOUVER, WA Rickshaw 8/31 VICTORIA, BC Sugar 8/31-9/2 SEATTLE, WA Bumbershoot 9/3-9/8 PORTLAND, OR Music Fest Northwest 9/6 SALT LAKE CITY, UT Urban 9/7 DENVER, CO Bluebird 9/9 MINNEAPOLIS, MN Fineline 9/10 CHICAGO, IL The Metro 9/11 CLEVELAND, OH Beachland 9/12 TORONTO, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre 9/13…

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The Numerators share new song & tour dates

This week, Suicide Squeeze has released a new 7″ from Texas jangle-psych freaks, The Numerators. You’ve heard “Dead” & now BrooklynVegan is streaming the b-side, “Finally Sees,” for which Noisey has just shared the accompanying video for the track. The Numerators are currently on tour, catch these misfits’ twisted garage psych freakouts this spring. ABOUT THE NUMERATORS George W. Bush. Cormac McCarthy novels. Chainsaw massacres. Texas has a reputation for being a grim place. Sure, there’s the rock n’ roll haven of Austin, the metropolitan hubs of Dallas and Houston,…

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Counting Crows & The Wallflowers Announce National Summer Tour @ NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom on Thursday, June 27

Fresh off the heels of their Australian and European tour, Counting Crows and The Wallflowers, who just came off a highly successful Eric Clapton arena tour, announced their U.S. summer tour. The 22-stop tour will make its way to Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on June 27th. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, May 3rd at 10AM at Ticketmaster.com. Each band’s community will have access to tickets through a presale beginning April 25th. Every ticket purchased will come with a copy of Counting Crows’ new…

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