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Simple Plan’s The Blame Canada Tour Is A Must See Spectacle In 2022

24 May 2022

Simple Plan, icons of the pop-punk generation, went back on the road last month to celebrate the anniversary of their debut album that started it all.   They are touring alongside Sum 41 which comes as a true surprise to learn that it’s the first time both groups have toured together (seeing as both acts defined […]

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Gorillaz Unveil Massive Plans For Closing Out 2022

17 May 2022

Iconic group/artist/aesthetic/cartoon ensemble, the Gorillaz officially announced a rare and historic North American tour slated for the fall of 2022.  Live Nation will be hosting the evening, and will be the first time the act toured the United States and North America since 2018; which previously concluded with the inaugural Demon Dayz Festival L.A. ADVERTISEMENT Thanks […]

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Magnetic Catches Up With Ben Böhmer, Anjunadeep’s Melodic Maestro

16 May 2022

Ben Böhmer has been starting to percolate in the most unlikely of times, passing through the pandemic like a sieve and rising into the air like a hot air balloon. Yes, you can take that metaphor literally, as that’s where you probably first encountered this young German wunderkind as he performed a set for Cercle […]

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Hermitude On How They Brought A Visceral Nostalgia To Their Mirror Mountain Album

7 May 2022

Hermitude is an Australian duo originating from the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, and that is exactly the environ where the boys returned to release their latest album Mirror Mountain. The first single from the album dropped earlier this year when they announced the tracklist, and we’ve been excited to listen to Mirror Mountain […]

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The Prodigy Announce 2022 England Tour, First Shows Since Keith Flint’s Death

7 March 2022

The Prodigy photo by Rahul Singh The Prodigy are going on tour this year to coincide with the 25-year anniversary of their seminal album The Fat Of The Land. These will be the first gigs for The Prodigy since the death of Keith Flint a little over three years ago. Liam Howlett and Maxim released […]

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James Blake Announces New Album ‘Friends That Break Your Heart’ & US Fall Tour

22 July 2021

James Blake Friends That Break Your Heart Cover Art Miles Johnston James Blake has announced a new album Friends That Break Your Heart, which will arrive in September. He has released the first single from it “Say What You Will,” which was premiered as the hottest record in the world by Annie Mac today and […]

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