Slightly Stoopid: A New Tradition

As per their seven-year summer tradition, California’s own Slightly Stoopid will be touring the country for their 25-city Summer Sessions 2014 tour. Joining them on their Philly and Asbury Park stops will be Bob Marley’s Grammy-winning spawn, Stephen Marley, and alternative hip-hoppers G. Love & Special Sauce. See them all …

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Bronze Radio Return: Roots Rock Revival

Before hitting up the festival circuit in August, Bronze Radio Return will make a brief stop at Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Bowl on July 31. If the name of the band sounds familiar, it may be because their single, “Further On,” is popular among advertisers—you’ve probably tried to ID the catchy …

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The Lovebirds: Birds Of A Feather

Dynamic lesbian duo Veronica May and Lindsay White of The Lovebirds will be playing a set at NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall on Aug. 2. The folk pop rockers are touring to promote their latest album, Makeup Shmakeup. The album, inspired by the disintegration of May and White’s own …

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Kaiser Chiefs: Education, Education, Education & War

Americans might recall British post-punk band Kaiser Chiefs vaguely as a band that had a couple of singles featured on Guitar Hero. Of course, Kaiser Chiefs’ UK fanbase would scoff at the thought—the Leeds-based band was shortlisted for the prestigious Mercury Prize in 2005 for their first studio album, …

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The Paper Kites: States – Round Two

Australian quintet The Paper Kites are returning to North America for a handful of tour and festival dates. The indie folk rockers are best known for supporting City And Colour on tour this past fall and for their time-lapse music video for single “Young,” which briefly trended on YouTube last …

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Cowboy Mouth: Go! Forth And Prosper

Cowboy Mouth have hit the ground running with their latest album and tour. Their 10th album, Go!, was just released June 10; 10 days later, the New Orleans-based band was already in South Carolina kicking off their summer tour. Still self-described as “raucous” after almost 25 years of making …

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Changing Modes: ’80s Update

Art rockers Changing Modes are celebrating the release of their sixth studio album, The Paradox Of Traveling Light, with a special NYC show at The Bowery Electric on July 19. They will perform their latest single, “Dinosaur,” a light and catchy ditty that sounds like a B-52’s hit …

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Pistol Day Parade: Shooting For The Moon

Pistol Day Parade will open for Ted Nugent on most of his Shutup&Jam! tour dates this summer. In addition to touring with the former Amboy Dukes frontman, the Detroit-based quartet also released their latest single, “Rockstar’s Girlfriend,” this past April. Pistol Day Parade hit the Tri-State Area on July 21

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Richie Sambora: Remembering A Legend

Bon Jovi’s lead guitarist Richie Sambora will perform at NYC’s Iridium Jazz Club on July 22 and 23 in memory of deceased guitar legend and friend Les Paul. The concerts will be held to raise awareness about the Les Paul Foundation, an organization that continues Paul’s legacy through “music education, …

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Ivar Pall Jonsson: Revolutionary Rock

In recent years, Iceland has been churning out the latest and greatest in music (think Sigur Ros, Bjork, Of Monsters And Men). Ivar Pall Jonsson intends to follow in their footsteps. Next week, the composer will release Revolution In The Elbow Of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Painter, a rock concept …

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