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Is White Power Music Finally Getting Booted from the Internet?

In light of Charlottesville, streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music are starting to pull music from white supremacist bands. Their peers must follow suit.

White Supremacy Can Only Be Dismantled If America Starts Calling Things What They Really Are

Just saying “Nazis” works to absolve white people from engaging with America’s history of systemic racism.

Newswire: MTV Unplugged returns this fall

It’s been far too long since superstar musicians have had a regular outlet where they could sit down on a stool and perform a thrillingly revelatory/annoyingly masturbatory acoustic set of some of their biggest hits and lesser-knownShow More Summary

ACL Festival announces 2017 set times

Austin City Limits Music Festival is coming up, happening October 6-8 and and again on October 13-15. They've just announced the daily set times, which means figuring out schedule conflicts... Continue reading…

Amazing Songs: Mura Masa, "Helpline"

Musical whiz kid Mura Masa released his hotly anticipated debut album exactly a month ago, and its contents have had time to soak into the world’s consciousness. To be honest, since most of Alex Crossan's debut album already existed before the release of Mura Masa (some many years — hello,... Continue reading

Jawbreaker doc screening at Nitehawk, BV-presented Q&A with Blake included!

The BrooklynVegan-presented screening and Q&A with Jawbreaker frontman Blake Schwarzenbach comes ahead of the band's reunion performance at Riot Fest. Continue reading…

Weezer announce new album, Pacific Daydream

On October 27, Weezer will release Pacific Daydream, their newly announced album. The album includes new single, “Mexican Fender”, as well as the previously released track “Feels Like Summer”. Listen to both tracks below. Continue reading

Vagabon, Kodie Shane, more playing free shows at new NYC space The Mailroom

The Mailroom is a new Manhattan events space located at 110 Wall Street that will also be hosting live shows. The first of those shows have just been announced... Continue reading…

New Music: Bieber, Alvvays, Lil B

Justin Bieber released a new song with producer Blood Pop called “Friends”. The two had worked together on several tracks from Bieber’s last LP, Purpose, including the smash “Sorry”. Listen below.Alvvays have shared the shimmering third track from their upcoming album, Antisocialites. The... Continue reading

L7 doc hitting theaters, playing Nitehawk in Brooklyn with BV-presented Q&A

The BrooklynVegan-presented Music Driven screening at Brooklyn's Nitehawk includes a Q&A with L7's Donita Sparks. L7 are playing shows, too, in September. Continue reading…

Osheaga 2017: Our favorites (and not so much)

Osheaga had a new look in its 12th year, with redefined borders around Parc Jean-Drapeau and a new stage configuration. In previous years, the two main stages—River and Mountain—sat side by side. This year, they sat at opposite ends of a field inside of the Gilles Villeneuve Circuit. The downside... Continue reading

Chuck E. Cheese’s Getting Rid of Animatronic House Bands

The robot performers will disappear from select locations as the company weighs phasing them out entirely

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Surprise Release New Album: Listen

Sketches of Brunswick East, a collaborative LP with Mild High Club, is their third album of 2017

Brand New Release New Album Science Fiction

You can download and listen to the long-awaited follow-up to 2009’s Daisy now

Pre-Eclipse Bluegrass Street Jam

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Julian Davis – an Old Soul with a New Perspective

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