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Warped Tour is calling it quits after 2018

After 23 years of traversing the U.S., the traveling summer punk showcase, The Vans Warped Tour, is coming to an end following the 2018 run. In a statement on Wedensday, founder Kevin Lyman said "2018 will be the final, full cross-country run" of the tour. You can read the full statement from...
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Catching Up with Bishop Briggs on the Road via Twitter

If you haven't jumped on the Bishop Briggs train by now, TICK TOCK. Within the last two years she's played Seattle a bunch! (A sold out) Showbox, WaMu Theater, Neptune Theatre, The Fremont Abbey for an EndSession , and back-to-back Summer Camps! Since catching her set at Summer Camp 2016, I have...
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Live Nation officially cancels Linkin Park 'One More Light' tour dates, including October 14 show in Seattle

Following frontman Chester Bennington's unexpected death on July 20, LiveNation has released an official statement regarding future tour dates, and as expected, is canceling the band's North American tour and refunding tickets. Remembering Chester Bennington The Linkin Park One More Light North...
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Noah Gundersen announces new album, releases first single "The Sound"

Seattle indie/folk rocker Noah Gundersen is back with a new solo record and tour, with his fifth solo album White Noise due out September 22. His first track from the new album, "The Sound," can be heard below: Video of Noah Gundersen - The Sound (Official Lyric Video) In the announcement,...
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WATCH: New Spoon Video

Spoon is consistently putting out solid album after solid album, and based on the love I’m feeling for “Can I Sit Next To You” (as well as last month’s single), Hot Thoughts will be no exception. The video’s definitely a little weird (think: costumes, masks, and a lot of biking, jumping, and...
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Throwback to 2003: Red Hot Chili Peppers Performance

On August 23, 2003, Red Hot Chili Peppers played at Slane Castle in County Meath, Ireland. Also on the bill that day were Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, PJ Harvey, and Feeder. Talk about a solid show. While the entire concert was no doubt amazing, our Throwback Thursday pick is their...
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Coldplay's first U.S. Show was 16 years ago, today (Feb. 9)

Coldplay sells out stadiums across the United States these days, but on a Friday night at The Showbox in Seattle, the London band was just getting started. The band shared a photo to from their first ever show in the U.S during their Parachutes tour. ON THIS DAY in 2001, the band played their first...
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Garbage Tour Announced

Garbage announced some pretty big news this week: They’re going on tour this summer. And this tour is an interesting one, as they’ll be co-headlining it with none other than Blondie. To support the Rage and Rapture tour, John Doe & Exene Cervenka will join them on the first leg, with Deap Vally...
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Muse Touring with Thirty Seconds to Mars and Other Tour Announcements

Another incredible team-up is slated for the summer, and this one comes from Thirty Seconds to Mars and Muse—because who doesn’t love a two-for-one deal? Check out the tour dates below. 5/20 West Palm Beach, FL: Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre 5/21 Tampa, FL: MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre 6/3...
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Mac DeMarco Announces New LP and Tour

Canadian singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco announced that he’s got a new album on the way. We’re sufficiently stoked. The album, This Old Dog, is due out May 5 th , and according to DeMarco, “The majority of this album is acoustic guitar, synthesizer, some drum machine, and one song is electric guitar...
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