Apr 9, 2020
May 4, 2020
They Might Be Giants
May 7, 2020
May 9, 2020
April 9, 2020
Black metal pioneering outfit Mayhem is no stranger to controversy. Making waves in their homeland of Norway in the early 80s, their deeply dark sonic stylings were often overshadowed by their ties to the burning of Churches as well as the suicide of their original singer Death and the murder of their guitarist Euronymous at the hands of their bass player Count Grishnackh. As such, the outfit is survived by original founding member and drummer Hellhammer.
Fusing good old fashioned rock and roll with brown-eyed soul, cumbia, boleros and norteno, Tex-Mex outfit Los Lobos (which translates to The Wolves) first gained commercial success and an international following when their cover of Ritchie Valens' La Bamba hit the top of the charts around the world in 1987. Experimenting with multiple genres over the decades, their wide-ranging sound has flourished in a variety of styles, from acoustic ballads to experimental rock. Whilst they may reinvent themselves constantly, their definitive fusion of Latin and American music remains at the creative core.
May 4, 2020
Serving up storming pop rock with a generous side helping of husky vocals, soulful blues riffs and driving drums, Barns Courtney is an anthem-toting troubadour fresh from the sleepy hills of Aylesbury, England. Contrary to his pastoral childhood, Courtney cut his teeth as the frontman of various different indie bands before emerging as a fully fledged solo artist to watch when his rebellious track Fire found its way on to the soundtrack of Bradley Cooper's film Burnt in 2015.
May 7, 2020
1980s alternative rock band, They Might Be Giants, hit the road to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of their album Flood. The tour will include all-time fan favorite tracks from their epic career as they play the album in full. You should also expect spur-of-the-moment improvisations! No TMBG's tour is the same as the other.
May 9, 2020
Following their first foray in North America for over a decade, effortlessly cool English/French indie heroes Stereolab are back together and back on the road this year. Hailed as one of the most influential bands of the '90s, the girls and guys of Stereolab made their name fusing electronic beats and avant-garde lyrics to catchy '60s-esque pop hooks before moving into a more Velvet Underground-inspired space. But be it easy listening bops or jarring guitar licks, we're sure that this long-awaited jaunt will be one fans won't want to miss!
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