Jeezy Announces ‘Cold Summer Tour’

It’s about to be a “Cold Summer.” Jeezy has announced his “Cold Summer Tour” in support his upcoming album, Pressure, which is due Friday (Dec. 15). The six-week, 31-city jaunt kicks f Feb. 7 in Anaheim. The Snowman’s flurry will continue through Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Chicago, Boston, New York, Nashville, Atlanta, and New Orleans, before coming to an […]

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​Vampire Weekend's Next Album Is Inspired by Old-School Country, Kacey Musgraves and Kanye West

Vampire Weekend are continuing to tease their upcoming fourth album, and in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, frontman Ezra Koenig has shed some more light on the band’s new material.   In addition to once again confirming that former full-time member Rostam Batmanglij co-wrote some the songs, Koenig also confirmed that the band’s previous Modern Vampires the City producer […]

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5 Strategies For Safer Music Spaces, Including Lido Pimienta's

Conversations on making musical spaces more inclusive are far from over; there’s plenty more work to be done. But thanks to several thoughtful initiatives this year, we can continue to inch ever closer to making concert and festival spaces safe for everyone.   Lido Pimienta Colombian-Canadian musician Lido Pimienta achieved international fame after winning the Polaris Music Prize for her album […]

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Danny Brown and Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum Had a Really Nice Twitter Moment Together

We’re ficially deep into year-end times in the music world, where most people split hairs over the rankings the same few albums they’ve deemed the best the year. There are a few frontrunners that continue to pop up on everyone’s lists this year, but rapper Danny Brown has picked a clear favourite. On Twitter, the outspoken Detroit performer revealed his top […]

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The Killers Take Aim at QOTSA's Josh Homme for Face-Kicking Photographer

The Killers set out to single-handedly restore the Christmas spirit at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas show over the weekend, after Queens the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme kicked a photographer in the face and Morrissey cancelled his headlining slot due to illness.   The Killers managed to show up as scheduled last night (December 10), and taught Homme a little […]

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​Terra Lightfoot Plots 2018 North American Tour

Hamilton-based singer-songwriter Terra Lightfoot delivered her latest LP New Mistakes this fall, and she’s just mapped out another round tour dates in support the record.   She’ll kick f the new year with a pair hometown shows alongside the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra String Ensemble, before heading east through Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.   After a dip stateside, Lightfoot […]

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