KROQ’s Festival Flyaway Destination #2: Win A Trip To The Rock Werchter Festival In Brussels, Belgium
It’s destination #2 of KROQ’s Festival Flyaway, and this week you can enter for your chance to win a trip to the Rock Werchter Festival in Brussels, Belgium!
While ’90s U.K. band the Stone Roses were the official headliners, Karen O and the Yeah Yeahs (and a surprise video tease from Daft Punk) were the biggest stars of Coachella 2013’s opening night.
Every year, the dance music scene at Coachella becomes more and more impenetrable and the techno tots dressed in neon nipple tape and ripped up denim booty shorts become younger and younger.
“It’s my 1995 dream.” That’s what Entertainment Weekly Senior Editor Leah Greenblatt told Radio.com about the headliners for this year’s Coachella. Indeed, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Blur and the Stone Roses all had albums […]
From the Pumpkins’ tightly-packed guitar symphony to the electronic art-rock of a certain Icelandic prodigy, these 10 classic albums still rock two decades after the fact.
On Saturday, March 23, 2013 at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the Britpop wars were finally put to rest when Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon (with modfather Paul Weller on drums) performed Blur’s “Tender” […]
Just when you thought the Southern California festival couldn’t get any larger, Coachella promoters Goldenvoice have announced a series of intimate concerts featuring a wide variety of festival artists performing at intimate venues around event […]
Rock dominated what will likely go down as one of the most impressive Olympic closing ceremonies of all time. The British roster included Muse, Blur, Pet Shop Boys, Queen, Liam Gallagher, and more.
Let’s be honest, the Olympic soundtracks are all too often programmed for the masses and musical choices have always been safe. Not the case this year with songs from The Sex Pistols, Muse, The Clash and more.
Blur formed in 1988 and released their debut album, Leisure, in 1991. In the six albums that followed, Blur has been everything from “Britpop” to “Indie” to “Art Rock.” But since their last studio release, […]