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Another new song from Noel Gallagher and his Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds project turned up on Wednesday, and this one’s a preview of a new EP, Blue Moon Rising, which will be released on March 6, 2020. Titled “Wandering Star,” the shimmering track from the longtime Oasis songwriter can be heard below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Rb0oIXrsqQ Blue Moon Rising will be the third EP from Gallagher’s solo project and the follow-up to the trippy This Is the Place, which came out in late September. These recent releases from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have varied in style and brought about some experimental…

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You know how you can tell when big-name musicians are having all the fun in the world with a new project? That’s very much the case with Simple Creatures, the two-man indie/synth-pop band started by Blink-182 bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth, front man/songwriter for All Time Low. The duo played a show at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood on Tuesday night, and it clear within seconds of them hitting the stage that Hoppus, 47, and Gaskarth, 31, are fully committed. Truly keeping this a two-man project, there was no drum kit on stage. Playing to a drum machine, Hoppus…

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No matter your opinion on the Foo Fighters, you can’t deny the tireless work ethic of Dave Grohl. Ever since forming the band in the wake of Nirvana’s end in 1994, the man has seemingly joined a new musical project every three minutes. And with rumors of a Them Crooked Vultures reunion swirling, Grohl formed yet another new band this week — with Big Bird and Elmo of Sesame Street, kind of. https://twitter.com/foofighters/status/1194382851099095040 OK, it’s not REALLY a “new band” in the literal sense of the term, but the three cultural icons did all strap on instruments and record an…

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For fans of the Foo Fighters, there’s simply no such thing as hearing “everything,” because Dave Grohl pretty much hasn’t ventured out of the recording studio in decades. That’s a lie, obviously, but the man is dedicated to the craft — so much so that some early Foo Fighters demos were written while he was still a member of Nirvana (like “Marigold”), and over the years he and his Foo pals have recorded plenty of material that never ended up on an official full-length album. Lately, the Foos have been releasing various digital EPs, as they more or less empty…

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It was a lightning-in-a-bottle record, of sorts. In 1995, Southern California rock/ska band No Doubt unleashed Tragic Kingdom on the world, and the ’90s music scene was forever changed. The band’s third album, Tragic Kingdom found singer Gwen Stefani, bassist Tony Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young and keyboardist Eric Stefani (in his final album with the band) at their absolute peak. The LP featured several songs that came to exemplify the 1990s alt/rock scene as a whole, anthems that are still found on both FM and satellite radio dials today. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZktNItwexo The attitude on display on this…

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Heads up for 2020, classic rock fans: A big tour is headed your way. On Thursday, Journey and the Pretenders announced an outing together that will find the two bands parading around North America for more than 60 dates, presented by LiveNation. The news comes a few days after Journey concluded its big Las Vegas residency earlier this week. As you might expect or hope with a tour pairing of bands of their stature, both Journey and the Pretenders will pack each night’s performance with countless hits that have endured the test of time: Fans can expect to hear iconic…

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I was a week away from turning fifteen when Incubus released Make Yourself on Oct. 26, 1999 — and few albums hit me as hard as that one. Thinking back, I’m pretty sure I came across the album browsing some internet forum or chat room (which was a key gateway for my music interest back then) in which somebody had suggested the record, which featured artwork that didn’t really say much about the music within. What is this? Is it an electronic album? Ambient, maybe? It was tough to tell by looking at it, and even somewhat difficult to describe…

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On Nov. 8, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins will unleash Get the Money, a new album with his project Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders. It’s setting up to be a throwback rock and roll all-star jam/party, based on what we’ve heard from the record thus far, and it continued on Monday — listen to “Middle Child,” featuring Dave Grohl on additional guitar duties, below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_4MDb8ZwOE This is the third song premiered from Get the Money, following “Cross the Line,” which features both Grohl and Jon Davison of Yes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ay-tqC3XaJc And the album’s title track, featuring Joe Walsh, Chrissie Hynde…

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Some concerts stand out from others. The Who at the Hollywood Bowl on Thursday night is one of those. Having never seen the band live, despite seeing plenty of other “legacy” acts such as Paul McCartney, Jeff Lynne’s ELO and the Rolling Stones, I had failed to catch Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and the band over the years, despite a few chances. So when I heard about the Moving On! tour, that brought the Who and an orchestra to the gorgeous confines of the Hollywood Bowl for three shows this month to close out the trek, I had to be…

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When a band has been together as long as Jimmy Eat World, releasing as many solid and cohesive albums as the band has over its two decade-plus career thus far, you come to expect certain things from subsequent releases. And for the Arizona-based four-piece, whose new album Surviving was released on Friday, this means earnest lyrics from front man/guitarist Jim Adkins about the bittersweet elements of life and some engaging songs of alt/indie-rock precision. And hooks. Definitely some hooks, as well as a fearlessness to try new things in the studio. Case in point: The first song released in advance…

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