The xx Release Digital Deluxe Version of Their Classic Third Album, ‘I See You,’ Play Glastonbury

By JOHN DALY The xx have released a digital deluxe version of their classic third album, I See You.  I See You is available on all digital services now and features three new songs: “Naïve,” which features a […]


Interpol To Celebrate 15th Anniversary of ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’ With Show at State Historic Park in LA

By JOHN DALY Interpol will celebrate the 15th Anniversary of their debut album Turn On The Bright Lights by playing the record in its entirety at LA State Historic Park in Los Angeles on Saturday, […]


Deadmau5 to Open Pop-Up Store on Fairfax in LA April 28-29 With Cool Stuff, Special Heads Will Roll

By JOHN DALY After a successful pop-up emporium during his ‘a lot of shows in a row’ run in New York, electronic music producer deadmau5 will open a pop-up store on Fairfax Ave. in Los Angeles. […]


The Jay Clark Band Creates ‘Country Metal’ Genre While Making Great Music on New Breakthrough Album

This One’s For The Underdog By JOHN DALY For anyone who’s had down times while trying to make your way, The Jay Clark Band has an inspirational album, “Cocked and Loaded,” that may give you […]


The Damned Celebrate Their 40th Anniversary U.S. Tour With The First of Five California Dates: Video

Band Made Classic ‘Alone Again Or’ Their Own – See Video By JOHN DALY In honor of The Damned 40th Anniversary U.S. Tour, check out this video from last year’s show at The Roxy. The […]

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Paul McCartney, Elvis Costello to Release Special Edition ‘Flowers’ Cassette for Record Store Day

By JOHN DALY With the Flowers In The Dirt Archive Collection edition’s March 24th release date via  MPL/Capitol/UMe fast approaching, Paul McCartney has confirmed a very special Record Store Day exclusive. To commemorate Record Store Day this April […]