They might still be playing shows, but it's true that blink-182 is dead and it's time to talk about their legacy.
Everyone could use more sludge in their lives.
Death Cab for Cutie, ZZ Top, and D'Angelo are all inside your TVs this week.
These days a bassist going solo is more taboo than the drummer, so can Mendel pull it off? You decide.
Along with a brand new 7'' coming soon, Alt-Metal rockers Faith No More have laid out tour dates of North America this April/May
Here's what you're going to be doing this spring.
This week on your TV screens: The Decemberists, Sleater-Kinney, Belle and Sebastian, and more.
Another great week featuring Run the Jewels, Sia, Sleater-Kinney, and Mariachi El Bronx.
Portland's power trio streams their new album in full on NPR
The New Year starts with a bang!
Hear an untitled song (presumably) from an unannounced record.
Another great week featuring Kendrick Lamar, Foo Fighters, Darlene Love, and Paul McCartney.
Wherein there can exist no award ceremony without awarding a Beatle, apparently.
Because the prospect of another bloody tampon incident is appealing to say the least. UPDATE: and it looks like fans agree. Bring it on.
Here's the tracklist for 'The Pale Emperor' due out 1/20, and its latest single.
In case you forgot Modest Mouse still did such things, they are releasing their first new music in 8 years. It's been a long drive with nothing to listen to.
Musician turned recluse turned musician, D'Angelo is releasing follow up to 2000's 'Voodoo' tonight.
Sting, tUnE-yArDs, Weezer, and the Smashing Pumpkins will be inside your television screens.
The ladies from Portland drop another track from their highly anticipated new album.
What's more captivating, the guitar sounds or watching a wildly intricate drawing unfold before your eyes?
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