Everything We Know about The Strokes' New AlbumThe band has kept their plans veiled in secrecy.
LISTEN: Beck & Members Of The Strokes Team Up To Cover Eagles Of Death Metal's "I Love You All The Time"Eagles Of Death Metal set up a campaign following the November Paris attacks urging artists to cover their song "I Love You All The Time". Proceeds from the cover songs will go towards victims of the attacks, including to the families of those who were at their concert at the Bataclan.
VIDEO: The Strokes' Julian Casablancas Covers The Velvet Underground's "Run Run Run"Julian Casablancas delivers a fiery version of The Velvet Underground's "Run Run Run".
The Strokes Need Your HelpIn all honesty, it's a bit surprising things like this don't happen more often.
Strokes Frontman Julian Casablancas Cancels Tour After Failing To Inspire Fans With Live ShowStrokes frontman Julian Casablancas and his band The Voidz announced a pretty lengthy tour earlier this year across North America. Casablancas and The Voidz recently announced the cancellation of the tour, partly because they felt their shows weren't inspiring.
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The Strokes No More?Although The Strokes have been rumored to be making new music together, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. says an upcoming London show may be their last.
Foo Fighters & The Strokes All Set To Headline Austin City Limits 2015Other acts on the bill include The Weeknd, Disclosure, Hozier, Alt-J, Alabama Shakes, Sturgill Simpson, The Decemberists, Brand New, TV on the Radio, A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Father John Misty and Brandon Flowers.
2015 Landmark Music Festival: Drake, the Strokes Headline Inaugural LineupThe fest will be held Sept. 26-27 in Washington, D.C.
The Strokes, The Avett Brothers & Wilco Top 2015 Shaky Knees Festival LineupTV on the Radio, Interpol and the Pixies are also set for the Atlanta music fest.
Artists Who Regret Their Own Albums [Playlist]When artists release albums, it’s always up for grabs in terms of public reception. Once the record is out, critics, fans, radio stations and more get their hands on it and immediately begin voicing their opinions. Some claim a record is “the best of all time,” while some feel that the artist has produced a dud. What you don’t often hear about, however, are the artists hating their own records.
Watch Members from Arcade Fire, the Strokes & Bon Iver Cover White Stripes, Phil CollinsOver the weekend, Will and Win Butler, Nikolai Fraiture and Justin Vernon played their first and possibly only show together as Pop All Star Band.