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As vinyl continues its major comeback among music fans, April 13 marks the day where collectors and fans alike will celebrate Record Store Day, camping out at local record stores hoping to snag the newest RSD releases and exclusives. Over 400 RSD exclusives and first releases will be up for grabs including a new record from this years Record Store Day ambassadors, Pearl Jam. Earlier last month, the band was named the event’s official ambassador, and the legendary rock band followed with announcing the first release of Live at Easy Street, a recording of their performance at Seattle’s Easy Street…

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Calpurnia, a rising young indie/rock band featuring actor Finn Wolfhard of the Netflix series Stranger Things, took fans on a behind-the-scenes look at tour life in a new music video for their single, “Cell,” premiered this week. It’s the band’s first bit of new music since their debut , the bands first new music release since their debut EP, Scout. Here’s the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClSeGf5ywKc The music video, shot and directed by photographer Ponneh Ghana, is a combination of behind the scenes life on the road moments and live footage from their last two performances in Austin and Houston from their…

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Stray cats may be notoriously tough to corral, but it’s been done for 2019 — at least referring to the band, that is. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the iconic rock and roll trio’s formation in 1979, and they’re going to celebrate in a big way. Brian Setzer (guitars/vocals), Lee Rocker (bass/vocals) and Slim Jim Phantom (drums/vocals), all original, founding members of the group, are back together for a big tour and new studio album. That’s right, a new album — which will be the first album from the band in 26 years! It’ll be released on May…

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The Black Keys haven’t released new music in a while — but Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are back. The phenomenally successful two-piece rock band’s most recent album was 2014’s Turn Blue … but on Thursday, they returned. Below, listen to “Lo/Hi,” a brand new song that showed up overnight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JILfwu5AWIQ Might this song, which has a bit of a ZZ Top-esque feel to it, portend a new album coming soon? We’ll have to wait and see. But for now, at least we have this …

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Vampire Weekend will release a new album titled Father of the Bride on May 3 via Columbia Records — and on Wednesday, the celebrated indie/rock band premiered two new songs. Here’s the flighty, airy “Sunflower”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R76f5AzYJK0 And this one’s called “Big Blue”: These two follow the first song released from the LP, the whimsical “Harmony Hall,” which also received an amusing music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlkTVMMkCP4 Father of the Bride will be Vampire Weekend’s fourth album, and they’ll spend much of the rest of the year on tour supporting it. The dates: May 17, 2019 — Gulf Shores, AL — Hangout Music…

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The alternative rock scene of the 1990s was dominated by a handful of acts — and among them were Bush and +Live+. The two acts hit it big in 1994, Gavin Rossdale and Bush with Sixteen Stone and Ed Kowalczyk and +Live+ with Throwing Copper. 25 years later, the two bands are teaming up for a big summer tour commemorating the anniversaries of both those albums, and they’ll do so with the help of Our Lady Peace, another alt/rock act that achieved quite a lot in the ’90s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WPbqYoz9HA This co-headlining tour will bring the bands to 33 cities across…

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“You know, I do speak the Queens’ English. It’s just the wrong Queens, that’s all. It’s over the 59th Street Bridge. It’s not over the Atlantic Ocean.” – Cyndi Lauper 11. “King Tut” by Steve Martin “King Tut” was a 1978 novelty hit for comedian Steve Martin. The spoof of the Egyptian pharaoh was inspired by the popular Treasures of Tutankhamun museum exhibition of the day. Martin’s backup band, the Toots Uncommons, was really members of the Nitty Gritty Dirt band. The band’s founder, John McEuen, explained in Examiner.com  how they came to record the tune with Martin. “My brother…

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2019 is already shaping up to be a big year for the Who, as the legendary rockers will head out on a big 29-city tour with a symphony orchestra in the summer — but guitarist Pete Townshend has other things up his sleeve, too. Namely: his first novel! On Tuesday, Townshend made the big news reveal. The Age of Anxiety is its title, and it has a scheduled publishing date of Nov. 5. As the official news release details: The Age of Anxiety is a great rock novel, but that is one of the less important things about it. The narrator…

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State Champs took us back to 2005 last year with their music video for “Dead and Gone,” and now the pop-punk band is taking us back one more time for “Criminal”, the latest installment to the cursed iPod story. The “Criminal” music video, which premiered with Billboard last week, follows a guy on a search for a 5th generation iPod classic from different Craigslist listings. His search puts him through 8 different situations lead by the same Craigslist seller/scammer. She is the obvious criminal in the music video, but metaphorically her role plays to the lyrics of the song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-5tdCQPs_E…

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Legendary singer/songwriter Gordon Lightfoot has a big year ahead. This week, just shortly after he celebrated his 80th birthday, Lightfoot has headed out on the 80 Years Strong tour, a triumphant name fitting of an industry icon such as himself. The tour was originally announced back in December, and since then Lightfoot has revealed that he is working on new material. His most recent studio album was 2004’s Harmony, so it’s been a long time coming. As he told Billboard: In a recent interview with Billboard the Hall of Fame songwriter said, “It’s kind of philosophical and it’s kind of…

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