The Killers slayed Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, and Johnny Marr (ex-The Smiths) was just as red hot! Coverage by Darren Eagles.
With “Insomnia,” The Moss delivers a beguiling song replete with an understated reckless dynamism and yummy vocals.
grandson’s “Death Of A Tour” (w/ Royal & the Serpent and Nova Twins) made one of its last stops with a sold-out show at Chicago’s Bottom Lounge.
Pennsylvania ghouls Motionless In White put on a haunting deadstream in the grounds of Pennhurst Asylum. Read our review here.
Riptide Music Festival was back for another year of fun in the sun in Fort Lauderdale, thanks to 104.3 The Shark. Featuring The Killers, Switchfoot, and headliners Jimmy Eat World, the festival lived up to the hype.
Another year, another massive lineup provided by South Florida’s alternative-music radio-stars 104.3 The Shark for Riptide Festival 2019. We’ve come up with a list of five reasons why this year’s edition will be one of the most memorable yet.
An amazing 15 years after its initial U.S. release (June 15, 2004, via Island), Hot Fuss, the debut slab from Vegas-bred rock darlings, The Killers, remains fresh and fun — easily the sweetest seduction in the band’s celebrated catalog.
Enjoying the recent release his new, 9-track recording, World War Me, Singer-songwriter Greg Holden joins us for a new edition of Stereo Six, a rundown of six (5 plus 1 curveball) albums which greatly influenced his latest body of work.
Stepping out of the shadow of his bandmates in The Killers, Dave Keuning weighs in with a hugely satisfying offering for his new solo album Prismism.
This weekend, in Vancouver, BC’s iconic Stanley Park, the brand new Skookum Festival makes its debut, eager to show the indie world what it’s all about. Music, art, after dark events, and headlined by Florence + The Machine and The Killers… where to start?
For the ninth consecutive year Gulf Shores, AL hosted the Hangout Music Festival; a one-of-a-kind festival experience placed directly on Gulf Shores’ beautiful beaches. Welcome to our Day 1 coverage…
With 2018’s lineup announcement, it looks likely that Boston Calling is on track to top their previous year. Heading the bill are 2018 festival favorites Eminem, The Killers, and Jack White.
The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival has given us a first look at their 2018 lineup which includes Eminem, Kaskade, Bassnectar, The Killers, and Muse!