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The Cure bassist Simon Gallup replaced by his son for Fuji Rock performance: Watch

For the first time in years, The Cure performed live without their bassist Simon Gallup. The decision came after a “serious personal situation” prevented Gallup from playing with the band for their headlining set at Fuji Rock Festival in Japan. In his place, The Cure tapped his son, Eden, to fill his shoes. It was

Kid Cudi dedicate Coachella performance to Nipsey Hussle and Mac Miller: Watch

Coachella brought all the biggest names in music to the California dessert this weekend, but many artists took time to pay tribute to those who weren’t able to be there. At his early evening set on Friday, Jaden Smith was the first to shout out Nipsey Hussle, who was shot and killed on March 31st.

Phantom Planet announce first public performance in seven years

Back in January, Phantom Planet played a secret show in Beverley Hills, which marked their first known performance since 2012. Now, the band has confirmed their first public performance. On May 19th, Phantom Planet will appear at The Hop Jam, the annual beer and music festival staged by Hanson in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The band marked

Noname brings Smino and SABA to Fallon for “Ace” performance: Watch

Hip-hop fans are still eagerly awaiting word on a teased collaborative album from Noname, Smino, and Saba. After all, Noname and Saba’s put out some of our favorite albums of 2018 with Room 25 and Care for Me, respectively, and Smino’s NØIR wasn’t far behind. While the trio seem content to keep us agog, they did join forces for an appearance on Fallon on Monday

Ministry joined by Dave Navarro for first performance of “(Everyday Is) Halloween” in 30-plus years: Watch

Before Ministry became industrial-metal pioneers in the late ’80s, they were a fantastic synthpop band, highlighted by the 1984 classic goth anthem “(Everyday Is) Halloween”. Cut to Ministry’s Thursday night (December 20th) show at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, and frontman Al Jourgensen busted out the song for the first time in more than 30

Golden State Warriors troll Fergie over her awful performance of the National Anthem: Watch

The Golden State Warriors aren’t just NBA Champions, they’re also world class trollers. If you recall, Fergie delivered a truly bizarre rendition of National Anthem at the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, which elicited a chuckle from Warriors forward Draymond Green. Fast forward to Friday when Fergie’s ex-husband, actor Josh Duhamel, was asked about the incident

Mike Patton and John Zorn reunite for live collaborative performance: Watch

Faith No More frontman Mike Patton and legendary avant-garde composer John Zorn reunited onstage last Sunday for a special concert at The Chapel in San Francisco. Over the course of about 45 minutes, the pair performed a dynamic, improvisational set for a sold-out crowd. Some of the highlights included special guest Trey Spruance — Patton’s