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Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy dropped a bit of news on Tuesday: They’re touring together in 2020 on one of the biggest rock/punk tour packages in recent memory, if not all-time — and the Hella Mega Tour was officially unveiled today. This came after a few days of feverish online buzz and speculation, and it was, indeed, all leading up to a gigantic announcement after all. These are three of the biggest bands still around in the genre today, after all, and their expected set lists for this tour is basically music lesson in some of the most…

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John Mayer returned with a new music video for a song called “Carry Me Away,” which premiered late Thursday evening. Another standalone single, it finds the acclaimed songwriter/guitarist at his most laid-back and comfortable, and it works. The video depicts Mayer and his band (and his dog!) recording in the studio, peeling back a bit of the layer to expose some of the inner-workings of how a musician of Mayer’s level gets work done. Musically, it’s an elegant composition with piano plucks and a great overall vibe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YDwBktDthA This is the third single Mayer’s released in recent months, coming after…

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The first-annual Pasadena Daydream Festival, put on by Robert Smith and the Cure, along with Goldenvoice, wound up being one of the year’s most enjoyable music festival experiences. It featured a deep, eclectic lineup of acts, including The Joy Formidable, a Welsh three-piece currently celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their debut EP. At the festival, vocalist/guitarist Rhiannon “Ritzy” Bryan was kind enough to answer some questions about the festival, the music business, artist integrity and more — enjoy it all below. Rock Cellar: Over the years, the Joy Formidable has played festivals all over the world. Do you learn specific…

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Renowned classic rock icons Toto have been out on the road for a while on their 40 Trips Around the Sun tour, commemorating their 40th anniversary. Later this month, the band will release 40 Tours Around the Sun, a comprehensive live album celebrating the tour, which saw them travel to all corners of the world. Via the news release: On September 20, the title will be available as a 2-CD or 3-LP set. On November 15, the DVD and Blu-Ray will street at retail. This live performance was recorded in front of a sold-out crowd exceeding 18,000 fans on March…

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Anybody in Southern California knows the absolute hassle that the Rose Bowl can be. So, when Goldenvoice announced a special new event titled the Pasadena Daydream Festival, with an eclectic lineup of acts put together by the Cure, it was surely met in some circles with one reaction: “Sounds awesome, but oh no, the Rose Bowl!” To be fair, this past Saturday’s Pasadena Daydream event was not located specifically at the Rose Bowl, as it was staged at the adjacent golf course complex, Brookside at the Bowl, its two stages and multiple food/beverage vendors situated across some grassy hills. For…

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13 years is a long time. It’s long enough for a baby to grow into a teenager and graduate from grade school to middle school and, possibly, begin high school. It’s also how long Tool took between albums. Prior to today, Friday, August 30, the progressive/metal band’s most recent album was 2006’s 10,000 Days. But now, the near-mythical band fronted by the mercurial Maynard James Keenan, has a fifth full-length to its name. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7DfQMPmJRI Fear Inoculum is just a massive, sprawling effort from the band, ever keen to challenge listeners’ patience. What does that mean? Well, taking away the interludes…

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Full admission: 1995’s (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? was my introduction to Oasis — not their debut Definitely Maybe, released the year before. In ’94, I was just ten years old and not quite as immersed into music as I’d be shortly thereafter. Once I was fully swept up in the Britpop band’s near-mythical existence, which at the time did make them seem like the Biggest Band On The Planet thanks to ubiquitous singles like “Wonderwall” and “Champagne Supernova,” I discovered Definitely Maybe. Released on August 29, 1994 — 25 years ago today, to the date — the album would…

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Blink-182 bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus is a “dad” on the most “online” sense of the word. He tweets puns and “dad jokes” frequently on social media, and he’s often amused by things that those who spend hours on end staring at the internet every day are amused by. On Wednesday, the veteran pop-punk dads premiered a new music video for “Darkside,” a song off the band’s upcoming album Nine, which will be out Sept. 20. The energetic song featuring dual vocals between Hoppus and guitarist/vocalist Matt Skiba features lyrics concerning a potential relationship, but the video does … not. https://twitter.com/blink182/status/1166742239894065153 Instead,…

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Through my more than two decades of going to concerts, I had never seen the Rolling Stones live. I’d caught gigs from the likes of Elton John, Paul McCartney, Tom Petty and other legends over the years, but the Stones? That ticket had eluded me until Thursday night at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. The obvious takeaway as a first-time Stones seer is wide-eyed wonder and amazement. The surreality of seeing some of these songs come to life in a live setting, songs that have embedded themselves in the cultural consciousness for decades, is hard to put into words. https://twitter.com/RockCellarMag/status/1164777903793377285…

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Acclaimed, Oscar-winning actor Edward Norton will make his debut as a director when his film Motherless Brooklyn premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival next month. For the film’s soundtrack, Norton was able to bring together Thom Yorke and Flea, a merging of the Radiohead front man and the Red Hot Chili Peppers¬†bassist, for a track titled “Daily Battles.” Flea, of course, is also in Yorke’s side project Atoms for Peace, so they have a history together. He contributes bass and trumpet on the track, which can be heard below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFjep-baGuU There is also an accompanying jazz version of the…

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