Wilco Announce New U.S. Summer Tour Dates

Wilco have announced an expanded run of tour dates in the U.S. this summer, visiting Michigan, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois ahead of their own Solid Sound Festival, now in its fifth year at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams, Massachusetts. This spring and summer, Wilco will also visit New Orleans' Jazz Fest, Justin Vernon's Eaux Claires festival in Wisconsin,…

Night Shift, Apple’s Automatic Screen Dimming Software, Is Now Available For Your Mac

If you’re a fan of Night Shift on your iPhone, or F.lux on your Mac, you’ll be happy to know that Apple’s rolling out an update to macOS today that adds the time-based color-shifting feature to your Mac.Read more...

Wilco Announces June 2017 U.S. Tour Dates

Chicago-based rockers Wilco will kick off the summer with a string of U.S. dates this June.

Chick Corea Announces ‘The Musician’ Documentary Film & Live Album

Chick Corea’s ‘The Musician’ 3-CD/Blu-ray set captures his 70th birthday celebration at the Blue Note Jazz Club in NYC in 2011.

Phoenix Announce 2017 World Tour

Weeks after revealing a handful of 2017 shows, French indie rockers Phoenix have announced a full world tour. The 33-date trek will take the band through the U.S., Europe, and parts of Asia. Included in the dates are previously announced concerts at the Governor’s Ball Festival in New York and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The…

Listen to Jane Birkin’s New Serge Gainsbourg Covers Album

English actress and singer Jane Birkin has released a new album of songs by Serge Gainsbourg, her late collaborator. The album, called Birkin/Gainsbourg: Le Symphonique, features symphony-orchestrated versions of Gainsbourg compositions. It was arranged by Japanese composer Nobuyuki Nakajima, recorded by producer Philippe Lerichomme and performed by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. A tour is expected later this year.

Listen to the xx’s Night + Day Radio Shows Featuring Sampha, Savages’ Jehnny Beth, Robyn, More

Earlier this month, the xx held a series of shows in South London for their Night + Day event. The band played seven shows at Brixton Academy, hosted film screenings and after parties, and produced a radio show in collaboration with local station Reprezent. These radio shows, which were held during the week of Night…

New Music: Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly, James McAlister – “Saturn”

Last month, Sufjan Stevens, composer Nico Muhly, Bryce Dessner of the National, and drummer James McAlister began hinting at an upcoming collaborative album inspired by the solar system. Last night, the quartet formally announced Planetarium, and shared "Saturn," which features Stevens' heavily processed vocals. Stevens, Dessner, and Muhly first collaborated on Planetarium songs for a live performance at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in…

Suspect in Fetty Wap Robbery Arrested After Posing With His Chain on Instagram

On Sunday morning, Fetty Wap was a robbery victim in his own hometown of Paterson, New Jersey. Three people were shot, though the injuries weren't life-threatening, and Fetty himself escaped the violence. Now, an arrest has been made due to an ill-advised Instagram post. Raheem Thomas was booked after posting a picture to Instagram of…

Members Of The Biscuits, Lotus, J.R.’s Almost Dead, And More Play Giant Dance-Party Blowout [Photos]

The yearly Dance Party Time Machine, a one-night dance party super jam at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado, went off on Saturday night, giving attendees a run-down of some of the best dance tunes from throughout the decades. This year’s line-up brought out big names on the scene, including Marc Brownstein, Aron Magner, and Allen Aucoin of The Disco Biscuits, Tom Hamilton of Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Mike Greenfield of Lotus,...