Tag Archives: Years

Ultra Music Festival is leaving Miami after 21 years

Though Florida is no stranger to shocking news, the latest news from Ultra Music Festival is both surprising and simultaneously expected. After being based in Miami for 21 years ever since it’s inaugural festival in 1999, Ultra Music Festival is now looking for a new home. According to an open letter the festival shared today,

Modest Mouse to release first new single in four years

Later this month, Modest Mouse will return with their first new single in four years. The Pacific Northwest indie rock veterans will release “Poison the Well” as a digital single on March 29th. It will then be pressed on limited-edition “triangular mint-green” vinyl, b/w another new song, for Record Store Day (April 13th). Modest Mouse

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

The Beatles played their final concert, on a London rooftop, 50 years ago today

Editor’s Note: This article, written by Josh Terry, was originally published in 2014. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the legendary concert, we’re re-publishing it today. Fifty years ago today, The Beatles played their final show ever. Back before elaborate album rollouts and surprise releases, the Liverpool quartet spontaneously previewed songs from their forthcoming

First new Axl Rose song in 10 years apparently highlights New Looney Tunes episode

It’s been more than 10 years since Guns N’ Roses released their last album, Chinese Democracy, and while there is hope that new GN’R music is on the way, we may have just gotten treated to a new Axl Rose song — thanks to the TV show New Looney Tunes, which airs on the Boomerang streaming

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

In Photos: Halestorm, In This Moment and New Years Day Rock New York City (11/24)

Halestorm, In This Moment, and New Years Day rolled into Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Saturday (November 24th), bringing with them a tour powered by three commanding frontwomen. The evening was headlined by Halestorm, with Lzzy Hale and company playing a number of songs from their most recent album, Vicious, including “Black Vultures”, “Do