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Yeah Yeah Yeahs name new album

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have named their new album, which the band say is due out in the spring. A cartoon post on the band’s MySpace.com/yeahyeahyeahs reveals that the follow up to 2006’s Show Your Bones will be called It’s Blitz The Yeah Yeah Yeahs revealed the title with a hand-made collage of some baby chicks asking the question, “What’s the new Yeah Yeah Yeahs record called?” while a raccoon answers ” It’s Blitz !”


Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O Tackles Folk Music, Porn

Forget “Kumbaya” and “Home on the Range.” Next year the lyrics of punky-spunky Karen O may be heard around the campfire. While her band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are in the very early stages of a new album, Karen says they’ve been toying with some folky sounds for their follow-up to Fever to Tell. “There is some acoustic guitar – a first – and Brian [Chase] has been studying tabla, so we may throw some of that in there, too,” she said in an e-mail. “YYY campfire sing-alongs, YYYs go rustic.” While her tongue may be planted firmly in her… Read more »


Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs Say 'YES New York'

New York’s finest new rock acts will be anthologized on “YES New York,” a 15-track collection due June 3 from Wolfgang Morden, the soundtrack imprint of Vice Records. The album kicks off with a previously unreleased live version of the Strokes’ “New York City Cops” recorded in Iceland, and concludes with an acoustic version of “Our Time” performed by Unitard, a side project of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. “As transplants to New York, we had spent a decade watching the New York rock scene kinda suck with too many Heartbreaker wannabes and noisy sound-alikes,” executive producers Chris White and Brian… Read more »


Turnstile Brings Julien Baker Onstage At Rock En Seine

This indie-hardcore band has had a whirlwind 2023. From supporting blink-182 on the Rock Hard Tour, headlining international shows, and performing on mainstages at festivals including Rolling Loud, Furnace Fest, and Riot Fest. Turnstile shocked festivalgoers at this weekend’s Rock En Seine in Domaine National de Saint-Cloud based near Paris by bringing on Boygenius’ own Julien Baker onstage with them.  Indie fans watched their dream show when Julien Baker and Brendan Yates joined forces to sing “Underwater Boi” from their breakout album GLOW ON.  Read more: The Ready Set Announces Sweet Upcoming Record, ‘Cherryland’ Fans caught the crossover event and… Read more »


The Linda Lindas Call For Revolution On “Resolution/Revolution”

The formidable all-female punk rock force, The Linda Lindas, follows up their summer hit “Too Many Things” with an empowering anthem, “Resolution/Revolution.” Inspired by the group’s vocalist Bela Salazar’s influences from Pantera and Judas Priest, the song emerged as a rallying cry for self-discovery and embracing individuality. The lyrics exude defiance, urging listeners to break free from societal norms and be true to themselves. With fiery determination, The Linda Lindas encourage a resolution to stay authentic while sparking a revolution against conformity. Of “Resolution/Revolution” the band shares, “Bela had been rocking out to a lot of Pantera and Judas Priest… Read more »

Concert Reviews

Just Like Heaven Festival – Indie Rock Bliss in Southern California

As the sun was setting over the Rose Bowl on May 13, nostalgic indie rock filled the Southern California air. Just Like Heaven, the single-day indie rock festival was in full swing across two stages in Pasadena’s canyons. The day was filled with sunshine and legends of the indie scene, punctuated by a visceral performance from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs to close out the night.  When the lineup was announced, Just Like Heaven instantly became one of the most interesting draws of the season. Single-day, genre-specific festivals are thriving in the modern music festival industry. At just over $125, festival-goers… Read more »


The Linda Lindas Handle “Too Many Things” In New Video

Today the alt-rock prodigies, The Linda Lindas have shared a brand new visual for their track “Too Many Things“. This song was their first single following their most recent album release, dropping ahead of their Coachella performance. The group joined forces again with their long-time collaborator Ryan Baxley for this new music video. In the video the band members play numerous characters across the hustle and bustle of a cozy diner atmosphere. They tackle perspectives of patrons, waitresses, hostesses, cooks, and dish washers. If you have ever worked in the service industry, this video is sure to feel familiar. The… Read more »

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