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WATCH: Julien Baker Performs Photobooth with Ben Gibbard

Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard recently played three solo shows along with the up-and-coming—and incredibly talented—Julien Baker. The pair performed the Death Cab track “Photobooth” at Chicago’s Thalia Hall this past weekend. We’re convinced that Baker’s vocals may make this version slightly...
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Radiohead Announces US Tour

We already knew Radiohead was slated to play a few festivals (cough, Coachella, cough), as well as some European shows, but they’ve just added some US shows to the mix. It all goes down in the spring. You can see the just-added US tour dates below! 3.30 Miami, FL: American Airlines Arena 4.1...
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Green Day Announces Summer Tour

Today, Green Day announced their Revolution Radio Summer Tour with the UK-based band Catfish and the Bottlemen. Green Day’s latest album, Revolution Radio, was met by seriously high praise and includes their No. 1 song “Bang Bang.” The tour begins August 1 in Auburn, Washington, and tickets go on...
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Foo Fighters Hitting the Studio

The Foo Fighters are spending 2017 in the studio, Entertainment Weekly reports. That may explain why yesterday it was announced that the band’s headlining Napa’s BottleRock festival—and that may be their only show in North America this year, according to the Napa Valley Register. They are, however...
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Watch and Download Free Twenty One Pilots & Mutemath

Tonight (Dec. 19) at 6 PM EST, Twenty One Pilots and Mutemath will air a 25-minute-long presentation of five tracks reimagined. Both groups have been touring together on the Emotional Roadshow tour, and now they’re allowing fans to watch and download all five songs from the 25-minute piece—for free...
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Live Announces New Music and World Tour

Move over, choker necklaces—it’s time for another ‘90s comeback story. After a fallout with singer Ed Kowalczyk several years ago, Live has officially reunited. Not only is the band planning a worldwide tour for 2017, but new music is in the works. It’s been 25 years since Live released their first...
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