Tag Archives: 2019

M3F Music Festival reveals 2019 lineup

M3F Music Festival will return Hance Park in Phoenix, Arizona over the weekend of March 1st-3rd, 2019. The lineup boasts Odesza, Empire of the Sun, Umphrey’s McGee, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Margo Price, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Toro Y Moi, Kevin Morby, Jungle, Lettuce, Chicano Batman, The Knocks, Allah Las, and

Rammstein’s new album expected to arrive in spring 2019

Rammstein fans have been waiting for a new album since 2009’s Liebe ist fur alle da, and now, guitarist Paul Landers has confirmed that a release date is in sight. Speaking with Music Radar in an interview that was mostly about his gear setup, Landers revealed that the German industrial metal band is on target to

Joy Division oral history book to be released in Spring 2019

Those looking to bring that Winter glum into Spring next year can light up a cigarette and keep brooding: A new book that collects the entire oral history of Joy Division is heading to bookstores in time for the Easter bunny. Written by Jon Savage, This Searing Light, the Sun and Everything Else: Joy Division –

Paul McCartney announces 2019 U.S. tour dates

Next week, Paul McCartney will return with his new solo album, Egypt Station, which he’ll support by embarking on his “Freshen Up Tour.” Already, Macca’s mapped out dates in Canada, Japan, the UK, and Europe for later this year. He’s also scheduled to headline Austin City Limits in October. Now, McCartney has confirmed a leg of U.S. tour

Sheryl Crow to release final album in 2019, featuring collaborations with Stevie Nicks, Keith Richards, and Johnny Cash

Earlier this week, Sheryl Crow joined forces with St. Vincent for “Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You”. As it turns out, it’s just one of several exciting collaborations destined for what Crow says will be her final full-length studio album. Appearing on Kyle Meredith With…, Crow says she’s recorded tracks with “people I’ve loved… and who have

Phil Mogg to Retire from UFO After 2019 Tour

UFO frontman and sole original member Phil Mogg announced his retirement from the veteran British band after their 50th anniversary tour next year, bringing with it the expectation that they’ll split as a result. He revealed he’d been considering the move for some time and described it as a “bittersweet” decision. “I’ve considered stepping down

Zombieland 2, featuring the original cast, on track for 2019 release

The zombie craze in pop culture may have peaked some time ago, in the salad days when The Walking Dead was still good and “zombie survival guide” books were a fun novelty instead of something that your well-meaning aunt won’t stop buying you for Christmas. But one of the more enduring pieces of pop culture to come