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Hailing from Linköping, Sweden, Softube bills itself as an ensemble of “rock & roll scientists” with aims at revolutionizing the music-making process, and at the NAMM Show this past weekend, folks got a firsthand look at what one of the company’s signature products can do. The Console 1 was on display at the Softube booth, and who better to demonstrate its functionality than Graham Coxon, renowned guitarist for English rock pioneers Blur and the visionary behind the music for the Netflix series The End of the F****** World? Coxon appeared at the booth throughout the weekend, talking about his method…

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2020 is going to be a banner year for The Go-Go’s, the Los Angeles-based pop/new wave band that formed in 1978 and would forge its own path into music history. Later this year, the band — Charlotte Caffey (lead guitar, keyboards, vocals), Belinda Carlisle (lead vocals), Gina Schock (drums, percussion, vocals), Kathy Valentine (bass guitar, vocals) and Jane Wiedlin (guitar, vocals) — will the focus of a new Showtime documentary directed by Allison Wood. https://twitter.com/belindaofficial/status/1094425540553920513?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1094425540553920513%7Ctwgr%5E&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.rollingstone.com%2Fmusic%2Fmusic-news%2Fgo-gos-documentary-showtime-792598%2F The doc, announced in 2019 and simply titled The Go-Go’s, aims to tell the complete story of the band and its legacy as the first…

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2019 was a big year for Southern California rock/funk band Incubus, as the group embarked on a massive tour to commemorate the 20th anniversary of its breakout 1999 album, Make Yourself. In addition to the Make Yourself and More Tour, which made for a very entertaining evening under the stars, the band performing the classic album as well as other hits and deep cuts, Incubus also premiered a standalone single titled “Into the Summer,” which in certain parts felt reminiscent of David Bowie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dn6gRWaoc0 Well, 2020 is here, and Incubus has plans for more new music. On January 31, the…

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Before Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington died in July 2017, he had made plans to reunite Grey Daze, the Arizona-based band he had fronted in the 1990s prior to joining Linkin Park and launching to global stardom. Bennington’s tragic death ended those reunion plans, but in his name and as a tribute to their fallen band mate and friend, the remaining members of Grey Daze forged ahead — and will release a new album of re-recorded songs from their long out-of-print and largely unavailable albums with Bennington. The first preview of this project is “What’s In the Eye,” which…

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We’re at the time of year when the tour announcements can be downright dizzying — so many legendary bands are mapping out their tour plans for the summer, and Alice Cooper is no exception. This summer, the shock rock icon will hit the road for a big tour joined by Lita Ford and Tesla, with Blue Oyster Cult popping up at one show for an extra heaping of fun. Cooper’s tour with Ford actually begins in the spring, so the summer jaunt is essentially a continuation of that twin bill. https://www.instagram.com/p/B7nwKIRl3aD/ Here’s the new slate of summer dates for Alice…

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There’s some ugliness in the Aerosmith camp this week regarding drummer Joey Kramer. On Tuesday, it was reported that Kramer had filed a lawsuit against the rest of the band, claiming that he had been blocked from rejoining the group ahead of its anticipated GRAMMY Awards performance and upcoming Las Vegas residency dates. Apparently, Kramer suffered what Rolling Stone called “a few minor injuries” that left him unable to take part in the band’s first slate of dates on its Las Vegas residency, but he felt ready to rejoin the band this past fall … only to find himself required…

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Terry Jones, beloved around the world as one of the co-founders of the legendary English comedy troupe Monty Python, has passed away at the age of 77. The news hit on Wednesday morning, with the BBC noting that Jones had been suffering from dementia for years, going public with that battle in 2016. Said Jones’ family in an official statement: “We are deeply saddened to have to announce the passing of beloved husband and father, Terry Jones,” Michael Palin, one of Jones’ colleagues in Monty Python, remembered his friend in a segment on BBC Radio Four’s the World at One…

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Pearl Jam didn’t get to where it is today by doing what’s expected. After the monumental success of 1991’s Ten, the band went its own way on the track to a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, crafting music that was at times challenging, veering away from cloning that record’s sound in hopes of more mainstream success throughout the ’90s and beyond. And along the way, it worked — Pearl Jam became an institution beloved by millions around the world, in large part a consequence of the band’s steadfast adherence to its own vision. On Tuesday, a new Pearl…

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When you talk about Nickelback, you’re talking about a bona fide rock and roll institution. Yes, it may be “uncool” according to some to swear allegiance to the Canadian band fronted by Chad Kroeger, but it’s inarguable that the group has earned its stripes over the years thanks to massive success and millions of records sold. In 2020, the band will celebrate the 15th anniversary of 2005’s All the Right Reasons by playing the album in full on a special summer tour with special guests Stone Temple Pilots and Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown and Switchfoot on select dates. Tickets…

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What really happened to Brian Jones? The guitarist, credited as being the founder and original “leader” of the Rolling Stones, was found dead in a pool at the age of 27 in 1969, officially due to “death by misadventure,” per the coroner. But the rumors and myths and conspiracy theories have remained in the decades since, and a new documentary film aims to explore the story of Brian Jones. Titled Rolling Stone: Life and Death of Brian Jones, the film was directed by Danny Garcia, and it looks to be a rather in-depth exploration of the facts, perspectives and stories…

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