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The first half is great. The second half? Not so much.
The post-Deal version is a live machine, fit as can be, with setlists that change every night.
Kudos to those who booked it, and here’s hoping it penciled out well enough for them to experiment again.
Las Vegas’ anthemic alt-rockers Imagine Dragons made chart history this week, breaking the record for the longest run on Billboard’s Hot 100 with their ubiquitous ...
Can Downtown Project's music guy make the Downtown scene thrive?
And none of 'em are near a shipping container.
His clear-eyed take on familiar thematic ground is anything but monochromatic, making it one of his most sincere projects.
Reunion album No. 5 ranks with 2012’s 'The Bears for Lunch' as the most wholly satisfying.
It mostly floats by without leaving much trace, leaving you lost in thoughts that have nothing to do with Phantogram
Fitz brought its A game to the February 18 show. Capital Cities didn't.
'No Trickery!' to land in Vegas for nine dates in May and June.
More than a decade in, QOTSA is in its prime as a live act, delivering songs that manage to be at once unhinged and precise.
The past week has seen a deluge of new concert announcements, chock full of more Coachella spillover, metal heavy-hitters and other gigs to get excited ...
Part of the collection, which will be made available to the public, includes live interview recordings and signed albums.
This year, Punksinvegas.com has ramped up archival efforts with full discoveries from local bands.