Magazine musicali internazionali

Le ultime notizie dei principali magazine online internazionali che si occupano di musica

Le notizie dei principali magazine musicali online del mondo. In ordine sparso potrete leggere in tempo reale gli ultimi cinque articoli pubblicati dalle riviste scelte. Buona lettura. (La redazione)



Rolling Stone

The Independent Music


  • Keith Reid, the primary lyricist for Procol Harum, including 1967’s “A Whiter Shade Of Pale,” has died. Reid passed on March 23, and Procol Harum confirmed the news via Facebook with a tribute. “We are sad to hear of the death of Keith Reid,” they wrote. “An unparalleled lyricist Keith wrote the words to virtually […]
  • It’s been a big week for Smashing Pumpkins. They shared the previously unreleased ATUM track “Spellbinding,” plus and a slew of North American The World Is A Vampire tour dates, which kick off in July in Vegas. Also this week, Billy Corgan stopped by Howard Stern, where he told a story involving his father indirectly […]
  • Lots of great news in Lana Land these days. Just days after releasing the critically acclaimed new album Did You Know There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, Lana Del Rey is reportedly engaged to fellow musician and talent manager Evan Winiker. (Last summer, Del Rey hard-launched her relationship with Salem frontman Jack Donoghue on Instagram, […]
  • Shoegaze greats Catherine Wheel have been on a hiatus since 2000 (the same year as the release of their fifth album Wishville). Since then, the band rereleased their 1992 debut Ferment in 2010 and the individual members have gone on to work on various projects (bassist Brian Ellis has played in Serafin and with Iggy […]
  • The HBO drama and dark satire Succession is back for its fourth and final season, as you’re surely aware if you consume any pop culture media whatsoever. One revelation from this promo cycle has been veteran actor Brian Cox’s taste for pop music at its most playful and sparkly. Though Cox plays the gruff asshole […]






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Ultimate Classic Rock

Under the Radar

The Quietus

The Line of Best Fit

The Fader

Rap Radar

  • 6LACK takes a moment to reflect with his “Preach” music video. Directed by Above Ground, the singer weathers the storm while moralizing new lessons on life. “I know they love it when I talk that shit / It’s really smoke, so you gon’ wheeze for a second,” he sings while isolated in a room flooded […]
  • Daaamn! Lil Uzi Vert rocked The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday (Mar. 28) as the evening’s musical guest. Accompanied with a team of dancers, the Philly rapper gave an energetic performance of his club hit, “Just Wanna Rock”. The post Lil Uzi Vert “Just Wanna Rock” On The Tonight Show first appeared on […]
  • With their The Great Escape arriving on Friday (Mar. 31), Larry June and The Alchemist pull up with “Porsches In Spanish” for the album’s latest offering. Over The Alchemist’s soulful and hypnotic production, Good Job Larry delivers his plush rhymes referencing his fly whips and his hustling demeanor. “‘Bout to make another play, looking for […]
  • Tyler, The Creator has announced the deluxe version for his Call Me You Get Lost album and rolls out one of its new tracks, “Dogtooth”. Along with the single’s debut, a self-directed video is premiered which centers Tyler at a dock riding an excavator, doing donuts in a vintage car, walking dogs, and on top […]
  • IDK is on top of his game in the video to his new single, “850 (We On Top” featuring Rich The Kid. In the clip, the pair deliver their braggadocious bars while cruising the city in a drop before linking up in a warehouse. “The watch is one of one, it came from Paris, it […]


  • Alt-J are out on tour celebrating the 10th anniversary of An Awesome Wave, and sold out the first of two nights at the Fox Theater in Oakland. Gallery, with opener Girli, below…
  • The Ecuadorian-Swiss instrumental brothers talk songwriting energy, inspiration & soups before their show in Tucson It was a beaut of a crowd of bright-eyed and fashionable folks. The young and the seasoned alike helped to sell out the intimate 191 Toole on March 23 with the promise of a singular musical experience. The entertainment for […]
  • The dark pop singer-songwriter brought her glamorous Naked in North America tour to San Francisco Forget the saying about revenge being best served cold. For Chappell Roan and her fans, it’s best served with glamour.  When Chappell Roan based the theme of her San Francisco show on her song “My Kink is Karma,” fans understood […]
  • The Canadian rapper brought his dynamic Never Sleep tour to San Francisco Nav brought his Never Sleep tour to The Masonic in San Francisco last week, making his first Bay Area appearance since Rolling Loud Festival nearly four years ago. During that time, the Canadian rapper dropped his third studio album, Good Intentions; took on […]
  • Brooklyn-based singer Vérité hit San Francisco on her Love You Forever Tour, with opener Gatlin.


  • Anyone who’s followed the music scene in the Pacific Northwest has heard murmurs from scenester friends about the lowkey cool of Boise’s Treefort Music Festival, which consumes the Idaho capitol the week after South By Southwest winds down. What started in 2012 as a modest affair that spanned a small collection of dive bars and […]
  • Indio, California is home to some of the biggest music festivals and it looks like there is a dark cloud looming over the sunny city. Goldenvoice, an event company and the people behind 2016’s classic rock festival Desert Trip are looking to expand on the aforementioned festival’s heritage with the recently hinted Power Trip festival. […]
  • Carissa Johnson is known for her straightforward lyrics, driving melodies, and her band’s inimitable live energy. Her musical career began in Boston, Massachusetts, and has taken her all across the United States, playing over 350 shows in 35+ states between 2017 and 2020. Johnson relocated to Brooklyn, NY in 2022 and is currently promoting her […]
  • In the latest Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle offers his illustrated commentary on North Georgia Rounder, the new album from singer-songwriter Pony Bradshaw, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution (best viewed on desktop): The post Wannabe Reviews Pony Bradshaw’s ‘North Georgia Rounder’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.
  • Nathan Maxwell is best known for his work as the bassist of Flogging Molly. When you learn that he has  a new project, you might expect that it’s another punk band. That’s not the case. VOLORES is a project with his singer-songwriter wife Shelby. On their debut album Ages, they refer to their sound as […]