Review: Depeche Mode light up Kia Forum

The electronic icons returned to LA to conclude the third leg of their Memento Mori world tour.

Review: New Order deliver the hits in LA

See the photos and setlist from their performance.

Review: Arctic Monkeys are as magnetic as ever

See the setlist, photos, and review from the sold-out Kia Forum show.

Thursday celebrate 20 years of War All the Time at Chicago’s Metro

See our recap and photos of the Riot Fest aftershow.

Sound and Fury Festival 2023 returns to hardcore's heavy roots

Relive the stage dives and heavy-hitting sounds of this year’s Los Angeles hardcore festival Sound and Fury.

Review: Mac DeMarco's show at The Ford in Los Angeles was a teary-eyed trip

Mac DeMarco performs his latest instrumental album Five Easy Hot Dogs at The Ford in Los Angeles. Read our review.

Oblivion Access Festival celebrates the glory of the underground

Oblivion Access Festival went down in Austin, Texas this past weekend. See standout moments and photos from the festival in our recap, from Chat Pile to Earth.

Review: ​​Stray Kids' first US stadium shows are an electrifying peek at what's to come

K-pop band Stray Kids recently concluded their massive Maniac world tour at Los Angeles’ BMO Stadium. Read our live review of the show.

Review: Fall Out Boy's So Much (For) Stardust isn’t a comeback—it’s an expansion

Fall Out Boy have released their eighth studio album, So Much (For) Stardust, via Fueled By Ramen. Read our review of the pop-punk band’s latest feat.

Review: Yves Tumor is the rock star we need now more than ever with Praise A Lord…

Yves Tumor released their new album, Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds). Read our review.

Review: Miley Cyrus Endless Summer Vacation is an ode to independence

Miley Cyrus has released her eighth studio album, Endless Summer Vacation. Read our review of the album.

Review: On SOS, SZA ditches her "sad girl" identity for being a 21st century rap rock star

SZA has released her new record, SOS. Her second studio album features her collaborating with Phoebe Bridgers and pulling inspiration from Avril Lavigne.

Review: Louis Tomlinson’s Irving Plaza show was a sentimental debut of Faith In The Future

Louis Tomlinson performed his new album Faith In The Future live for the first time ever in New York. Here’s our review of the intimate show at Irving Plaza.

Review: BLACKPINK’s Born Pink tour is a party that celebrates their individuality and celebrity appeal

BLACKPINK’s Born Pink arena tour is a sight to behold. Read our review of their energetic New Jersey show, filled with boundless swagger and charisma.

Review: The 1975 really are at their very best

The 1975’s current tour features their most elaborate set to date. At the Madison Square Garden show, that included Matty Healy touching himself and eating raw meat.

Review: Midnights is Taylor Swift’s darkest, most self-reflective work to date

Midnights, Taylor Swift’s 10th studio album, reveals a version of the pop singer when the spotlight has switched off. Read our review.

Review: WILLOW embraces her rock era on COPINGMECHANISM

WILLOW’s fifth album COPINGMECHANISM recently arrived with rock-fueled energy. The artist parts ways with her pop-punk era and unleashes her inner rock star.

Why Danny Boyle's 'Pistol' proves the Sex Pistols were more than a rock band

Pistol, Hulu’s six-episode retelling of the Sex Pistols’ story through guitarist Steve Jones’ eyes, is hardly the first cinematic rendering of the life and times of England’s most notorious early punk-rock band. But it is the best. Mind you, the competition is hardly fierce. The first, 1980’s The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle, was ostensibly a […]

Wet Leg justify the hype with Nashville show—review

On Monday (March 14), Wet Leg gleefully ripped through a dynamic set at The Basement East in Nashville, Tennessee. Although the duo, made up of Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, make music for people who like to stay in, fans showed up in droves for this performance. Read more: Wet Leg make party music for […]
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