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Pete Wentz Talks Playing Wrigley Field and What's Next on Fall Out Boy's Bucket List

The FOB bassist also shares some pictures from The MANIA Experience pop-up. Fall Out Boy had their biggest hometown return this past weekend when they played the iconic Wrigley Field on Sept. 8. In addition to the

Algerian Singer Rachid Taha Dies at 59

Taha was best known for blending Arabic music with rock and techno. France-based Algerian singer Rachid Taha has died. His record label, Naïve, announced his death at age 59 in a statement on its Facebook page. Naïve

Alejandro Escovedo on Teaming With an Italian Rock Band to Explore Immigration & the American Dream

As the son a Mexican immigrant father growing up in Southern California, where his family moved from San Antonio in 1957, Alejandro Escovedo hated the school roll call. Teachers would butcher his name to the point where

Bayside Premieres Stripped Down 'Sick Sick Sick,' Details Upcoming Acoustic Tour

In between albums, Bayside felt like it should "still spend that time doing something productive." The result is Acoustic Volume 2, a set 10 favorites and deep tracks done in, as the title suggests, an unplugged fashion, with

Unknown Caller Comes Out of Nowhere With ‘Sayonara’

Brooklyn-based midnight newbie Unknown Caller – the moniker for producer & songwriter Alex Lichtenstein – has delivered an impressive debut effort in the form of the single “Sayonara.” The track is a dreamy, extremely chill-yet-danceable banger. It’s

Paul McCartney Calls Out Bullies & Rocks Grand Central at Surprise Pop-Up Concert

The ‘Egypt Station’ record release show was live streamed by YouTube. If you're in Grand Central Station, you're one three things: A tourist, someone who works there, or rushing like hell to get through it while silently

Spoon, Polyphonic Spree, Texas Senate Candidate Beto O'Rourke Slated for Inaugural Buffalo Tree Festival in Dallas

The event will feature appearances by a number Texas Democratic candidates. The inaugural Buffalo Tree Festival will take over Dallas' Main Street Garden on Oct. 7 with set from Spoon, The Polyphonic Spree, Bobby Sessions, Sarah Jaffe,

Soundgarden's Kim Thayil Says MC5 Anniversary Tour Helped Him 'Come Out of the Fetal Position'

Kim Thayil acknowledges that he "wasn't sure" if he was ready to get out and play in public again when Wayne Kramer called him earlier this year to be part MC50, his new band celebrating the 50th

Eminem Needs to Be Held Accountable For Using Homophobic Slurs (Again)

The idea that listeners are too “st” for critiquing the ways in which rappers weaponize the identities others against them ignores how hip-hop is a reflection and arbiter culture. Late last night (Aug. 30), Eminem dropped a 13-track

Good Charlotte Reflect On 'Thoughts and Prayers' Culture With Poignant New Single: Listen

Good Charlotte released their latest single "Prayers" today (Aug. 31), from their upcoming seventh studio album Generation Rx. The song serves as a powerful commentary on the "thoughts and prayers" culture, with the message coming across strongly on verses