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Today, September 21, is known around the world as the International Day of Peace. https://twitter.com/ringostarrmusic/status/778624693024661504 To mark the occasion, Ringo Starr released a new video for a song called Now the Time Has Come. A partnership between Starr and the United Nations, the track was co-written by producer Bruce Sugar and features vocal appearances from Colin Hay, Richard Page, Billy Valentine, Christian Collins, Maddi Jane, Casey McPherson, James Maslow and Wesley Stromberg. In addition, Michael Stern, Rock Cellar Media producer, noted film mixer and guitarist in our musical collaborative The Tribe, served alongside Bruce Sugar as one of the two engineers on Now…

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On Friday, Warpaint will return with their new album, Heads Up. The L.A. indie/rock band recently previewed the record with a song called, appropriately, New Song, so Whiteout is our second preview of the new LP. Stream Whiteout below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1BqwONm4TE&feature=youtu.be Here’s the album’s track listing: Whiteout By Your Side New Song The Stall So Good Don’t Wanna Don’t Let Go Dre Heads Up Above Control Today Dear Stay tuned for more about the band and their new record, and be sure to check the upcoming slate of tour dates below! [bbit bandname=”Warpaint”]

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Green Day are preparing to release their new album, Revolution Radio, on October 7 — and recently announced a big arena/club tour for the coming months. On Monday, the band announced via a post on their ofifcial site that a few dates have had to be canceled and/or postponed as a result of a band illness. Their statement: Green Day regretfully must postpone three of the first four dates of their upcoming tour and must cancel the Toronto appearance, all due to illness affecting several members of the band and its crew.  The postponed dates are:  St. Louis, MO on…

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This Friday, September 23, is a big day for Kansas. The long-running rock band hasn’t released an album in 16 years, but that will all end when The Prelude Implicit has its release via Inside Out Music. In advance of the album, the band premiered two songs. Here’s With This Heart, which was debuted by Billboard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4xIL9QlxhY And Visibility Zero: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAT_R3Jages With 10 new recordings, The Prelude Implicit is Kansas’ first album since 2000’s Somewhere to Elsewhere, as well as their first with new vocalist/keyboardist Ronnie Platt. Founding vocalist/keyboardist Steve Wright retired from the band in 2014. Via the press release:…

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Ever since the Red Hot Chili Peppers released their new album, The Getaway, they’ve been on the road playing shows around the world — just not in the United States. That ends in early 2017, as on Monday the Peppers announced a 24-date tour that will kick off in January. The news comes after the band performed ahead of the Los Angeles Rams’ home opener on Sunday, a game they won 9-3 over the Seattle Seahawks: https://twitter.com/ChiliPeppers/status/777605492524748800 If you haven’t yet seen their new video for the funky Go Robot, you simply must: https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLT6HAUPSMbBHvN_QIiOqFeHRv3nggdMfD&v=HI-8CVixZ5o Public onsales for tickets for the…

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Doyle Bramhall II will return on September 30 with a new album called Rich Man, and earlier this week the blues/rock guitarist premiered a video for a song called Mama Can’t Help You. Featuring legendary drummer James Gadson behind the kit, the song is a fantastic few minutes of blues power: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gYfXL4rOto Rich Man, Bramhall’s first album since 2001, will be out on September 30 via Concord Music, and is a tribute to Bramhall’s father, Doyle Bramhall, who passed away in 2011. The elder Bramhall was a lifelong colleague of Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan, as well as drummer for Lightnin’ Hopkins…

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Los Angeles-based rock/indie band Dawes released a new record, We’re All Gonna Die, on Friday. Their fifth album and the follow-up to last year’s All Your Favorite Bands, the music on We’re All Gonna Die is undeniably catchy and engaging. Produced by Blake Mills, the record also features backing vocals from Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Mandy Moore and others. Blending the band’s best qualities, mixing jangly, slightly funky anthems and quieter, more subdued arrangements, this record really showcases Dawes’ versatility. Here’s the music video for the album’s lead single, When the Tequila Runs Out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nku2DZV7eYE…

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She & Him, the musical partnership between actress/singer Zooey Deschanel and musician M. Ward, will release their second proper holiday album on October 28. Titled Christmas Party, it’ll be their sixth full-length album together overall and the follow-up holiday record to 2011’s A Very She & Him Christmas. In addition to the album cover seen above, the duo announced the track listing via a Facebook post on Thursday: 1. All I Want for Christmas Is You 2. Let It Snow 3. Must Be Santa 4. Happy Holiday 5. Mele Kalikimaka 6. Christmas Memories 7. Run Run Rudolph 8. Winter Wonderland 9. The…

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Country music lifer Dwight Yoakam will release a new album called Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars on September 23. For the LP, Yoakam has reinterpreted some songs from his three-decade career with a bluegrass twang, giving them a fresh sound. For one song from the album, however, Yoakam stepped outside his own catalog to tackle Prince’s legendary Purple Rain: As Yoakam explained to People Magazine, which premiered the cover, the inspiration came shortly after Prince’s tragic passing back on April 21, and resulted in an emotionally-charged bluegrass rendition of the classic track. Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars also features a bluegrass spin on Yoakam’s…

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We live in highly polarized times and one of our era’s biggest lightning rods of divisiveness is Edward Snowden. Opinions remain sharply divided over the young intelligence agent and contractor who leaked top secret information to the media exposing the National Security Agency’s colossal global surveillance of millions of innocent Americans’ (and others’) supposedly private phone calls, emails and Internet use. Is Snowden – who now lives in Moscow and has been charged by the U.S. Justice Department with violating the Espionage Act – a criminal and traitor to his country? Or is he a noble champion of individual rights,…

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