’80s Symphonic Takes On Classics From A-Ha, David Bowie, And Foreigner

As an aging Gen-Xer, anything related to the 1980s pop culture wise instantly grabs my attention. The upcoming 80s Symphonic takes 15 beloved tracks from the 1980s and gives them the 50-piece London Studio Orchestra treatment. A list of the songs features are below!

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The Church Celebrates 30 Years Of ‘Starfish’ With U.S. Tour

 
I should have used “Under The Milky Way” for the title to generate more hits, but that would do disservice to the overall brilliance of the Church’s seminal album Starfish. The outfit hits the U.S. late September for a series of dates to celebrates Starfish’s 30th anniversary.

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Deftones Launch Dia de Los Deftones At San Diego’s Petco Park At The Park

Grammy winning alternative rock band Deftones are celebrating their first annual Dia de los Deftones on November 3rd at Petco Park at the Park. Joining them on the all ages line are Future, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, Rocket From the Crypt, H09909 (pronounced “horror”), Doja Cat, Voww, and Vein!. Ticket details are below!

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‘Family of the Year’ Embark On Fall U.S. Tour With Houndmouth

Los Angeles based indie rock band Family of the Year are heading on tour this fall with Houndmouth in support of their new album Goodbye Sunshine, Hello NighttimeTickets go on sale today at 10 a.m. pt. The tour starts off September 15 at Salt Lake City, Utah’s Commonwealth Room.

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David Duchovny Sees Musical Growth And “Thought” With Second Album

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David Duchovny (The X-Files) will release his sophomore album Every Third Thought on February 9 via King Baby/GMG. Details on the album, as well as Duchovny video from a couple of years ago discussing his music, is below!

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Panic! At The Disco Releasing Live “Bachelor” Album In December

 

All My Friends We’re Glorious: Death of a Bachelor Tour Live from Panic! At The Disco is set for a December 15 release. Details on the 21-track album is below!

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‘Queen’ Hits Receive “Raw Sessions” Treatment With Digital Download Releases

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Queen’s 1977 album News of the World is celebrating its 40th anniversary this month, and now previously unheard “Raw Sessions” versions of “We Are The Champions” and “We Will Rock You” have been released as digital downloads.
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Gary Clark Jr. Covers Beatles Classic For ‘Justice League’ Piece

Grammy wininng singer/songwriter/guitarist Gary Clark Jr. has recorded a version of the Beatles classic “Come Together” which is featured on the trailer for Warner Bros. Picture’s Justice League. Details on the track is found after the jump.

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‘Cold War Kids’ Concert Hits Audience Network On August 25

 

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Cold War Kids and series host Ted Stryker on AT&T AUDIENCE Network.
A Cold War Kids concert special airs Friday, August 25 on AT&T Audience Network (9 pm et/pt) as the band will perform fan favorites and sit down with series host Ted Stryker for an up close and personal interview.

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‘Hollywood Undead’ Breaks Down Los Angeles Myths With “California Dreaming”

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Hollywood Undead’s a band that I’ve never heard of, and these days being an old dude really doesn’t cut it. The group’s new single “California Dreaming” immediately grabbed my attention thanks to its music video and, more importantly, its satiric yet heartbreaking take on the illusory aspects of Los Angeles.

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