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Wednesday brought with it some tour news from KISS, pertaining to the legendary rock band’s End of the World farewell tour. Recently, the band announced 75 additional dates to the existing tour schedule that will bring the marathon farewell tour/victory lap through Fall 2020. The new update added venues to those previously announced dates and cities, and it looks like this: February 1, 2020 Manchester, NH SNHU Arena February 4, 2020 Allentown, PA PPL Center February 5, 2020 Buffalo, NY KeyBank Center February 7, 2020 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena February 8, 2020 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum Complex* February…

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Since recording her first album in 1993, Garrison Starr has continued to blend folk-rock, Americana and singer-songwriter influences with incredible deftness and to compelling effect. On Garrison Starr’s forthcoming album, Girl I Used To Be, Starr stays unwaveringly true to the emotional landscape she has explored throughout her career, confronting the most confessional, introspective and vulnerable aspects of herself and her experience. Starr’s recent live shows, launching her Patreon, and Girl I Used To Be, all find Starr reclaiming space as a solo artist, after spending the last few years focusing on interesting collaborations and varied side projects while writing…

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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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Fear Inoculum, the first album from prog/metal masters Tool since 2006, is a challenging record. The song lengths stretch into double-digits on nearly every track, which automatically requires significant attention from the listener. The album, released on Aug. 30 to heightened anticipation, is also a masterful piece of enigmatic art from an ensemble of musicians known for precisely that. And in keeping with the plot, Tool released the album in a limited-edition CD format with built-in speakers and an audio/visual presentation that ran for roughly $70 online and was made available in limited quantities. https://open.spotify.com/album/7acEciVtnuTzmwKptkjth5?si=riMhp5r5Q3ib9rzTkB3h7A On Dec. 13, the album…

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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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Hope you’re ready for some more fun with the Monkees in 2020, because on Tuesday the legendary band’s remaining members, Micky Dolenz and Mike Nesmith, announced plans for a new tour and live album. https://www.facebook.com/TheMonkees/photos/fpp.149744491709267/3106058936077793/?type=3&theater The details, per the post above: Share an evening with the Monkees – Michael Nesmith & Micky Dolenz – as they celebrate fifty years of magical music and the release of their first ever live album (yours to keep as a CD or digital download with every ticket purchase in select markets). You’ll hear all them perform all of their legendary hits – “I’m A…

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When Disney announced Disney+, it felt like the entire planet was through the moon with excitement — and understandably so! After all, we’re talking about arguably the most well-known and universally beloved entertainment mega-company putting up hundreds of classic programming on its own digital platform — one that costs less than Netflix — for immediate consumption. https://twitter.com/disneyplus/status/1194208215216476160 But when the service officially launched on Tuesday, the severe crunch of use from all around the world hit the servers hard. So much so, that users complained of service issues, glitches and a lack of functionality caused by, well, everybody hitting it…

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Remember the Meow Mix TV commercials? The inescapable ads for cat food that were on your screen every few minutes, it felt like, featuring one of those jingles that took up permanent residence in your brain forever? Sure you do. Here’s 14 minutes of archival Meow Mix commercial history as a reminder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AWCk7HlG4o Well, a new version exists, and it’s a wonder to behold. It’s a heavy metal arrangement of the jingle by something called “Endless Hiss,” and it features some epic art. It’s all epic, really: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Aft9BhVIs8 Fully “in” on the ubiquitous power of the Meow Mix phenomenon and…

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When English pop superstar Robbie Williams first announced plans for a residency in Las Vegas at the Encore Theatre at the Wynn in Spring 2019, it was a bit uncertain how things would go. After all, while Williams is a massively successful entity around the world, that usually comes with an asterisk designating *everywhere except the United States*.  Would the shows be successful? Would they sell? Would Robbie Williams be a draw? Turns out, they did, and he was — and the shows, his first on U.S. soil in nearly twenty years, drew in sold-out crowds of fans from around…

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