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Smashing Pumpkins performed their Siamese Dream favorite “Quiet” for the first time since 1994 during the band’s headlining gig Friday at Chicago’s Riot Fest, their first pandemic-era concert. While “Quiet” was a setlist staple during the Smashing Pumpkins’ Siamese Dream-era concerts, Billy Corgan, James Iha, Jimmy Chamberlin and company last played the song together in
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John Zorn, Kim Gordon and Sparks are among the artists set to play the 2022 Big Ears Festival, taking place March 24th through 27th in Knoxville, Tennessee. The festival, which was last held in 2019, will also feature performances from Animal Collective, Moses Sumney, Arooj Aftab, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Bill Callahan, Mdou Moctar, Preservation Hall
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Machine Gun Kelly made his MTV Video Music Awards debut Sunday by performing his single “Papercuts” alongside Blink-182 drummer and frequent collaborator Travis Barker. The performance seemingly paid homage to Nirvana, boasting spooky grunge trees and the flowers from the iconic “Heart-Shaped Box” video. Kelly started the performance emerging from a dirt grave with his
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Stone Temple Pilots and Bush have canceled their upcoming U.S. co-headlining tour due to “unfortunate and unavoidable Covid-related circumstances.” The 11-date trek was scheduled to begin September 30th in Mesa, Arizona. However, Bush announced Friday that the tour — as well as the band’s planned festival appearances — have been called off. “We cannot stress
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Colombian singer J Balvin has established himself as one of reggaeton’s most successful ambassadors — and one of the most absurdly popular superstars on the planet. But on his sixth album, Jose, he tries to separate himself from his global celebrity and attempts to open a window into the person he truly is. He scatters
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Born and raised in San Diego, California, Coties views his art as a New Age West Coast Trap-influenced sound. Visiting downtown San Diego and experiencing the automotive culture from a young age truly influenced Coties to create breathtaking experiences—much like sitting in the passenger seat during the stories in his music. Coties’s message to the
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