Moody British group The xx will follow up its highly acclaimed 2009 self-titled debut with a new album, Coexist, that will be released on Sept. 11. The record is produced by band member Jamie Smith, and was recorded over the course of six months starting in November 2011 and wrapping up just last month. The group is also on tour this summer. Check out the dates below.
8 Traffic Festival, Turin, Italy
9 Primavera Sound, Porto, Portugal
15 Northside Festival, Aarhus, Denmark
16 Hultsfred Festival, Hultsfred, Sweden
22 Hurricane Festival, Scheessel, Germany
23 Southside Festival, Neuhausen, Germany
Cincinnati-based indie-rock/hip-hop trio Why? has announced an Oct. 8 release date for its new LP Mumps, Etc. The album follows Sod In The Seed, a six-track EP arriving Aug. 14, marking the band’s first releases since 2009's Eskimo ...
Bob Dylan will release his new album, Tempest, on September 11, which coincides with the 50th anniversary of Dylan’s self-titled debut release. Produced by Dylan himself under his alias Jack Frost, the record marks his 35th outing w...
It's been eight years since Patti Smith released her first record on Columbia Records, 2004's trampin'. But now Smith is finally ready with new music, and will release her 11th studio LP, Banga, June 5. Smith made the record in coll...
Sebadoh will release its first new LP in 14 years this September. Defend Yourself comes out Sept. 17 on Joyful Noise Recordings and, according to the band, it “marks a return to the self-recorded DIY ethos of early Sebadoh albums” l...