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Governors Ball 2018 Announces Lineup Featuring Jack White, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, CHVRCHES, and More

Plus Wolf Alice, Eminem, Cut Copy, Margo Price, Alvvays, Moses Sumney, Dirty Projectors, and Others

Jan 03, 2018

Governors Ball has announced the lineup for their 2018 festival, which goes down in New York City’s Randall’s Island Park the weekend of June 1 - 3. The headliners are Eminem (also announced as a Coachella headliner today), Jack White, Travis Scott, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs. More

Mar 23, 2010

The Gaslight Anthem‘s third studio release is called American Slang and it will come out June 15th via SideOneDummy. More


Aug 20, 2014

Known for their gritty punk stylings that channel the workman-like spirit of Bruce Springsteen, these New Jersey natives take a dramatic step away from that sound on their first major label album. More

Jul 24, 2012

It’s compulsory to mention the name Springsteen when talking about The Gaslight Anthem, right? If so then that’s that, given how comparisons between The Boss and his fellow New Jersey natives’ latest record Handwritten can generously be described as tenuous; I might as well talk about how I expect Tony Soprano to roll up mid-album. More

Jun 05, 2012

On “45,” the first single from The Gaslight Anthem’s forthcoming major-label debut, Handwritten, singer-guitarist Brian Fallon confesses, “I can’t move on and I can’t stay the same.” His lyrics to the song, which cleverly substitute the flipping of a 7” single for the common metaphors of turning the page or closing a chapter, seem to be about letting go of memories of a girl, but those quoted words aptly describe the current dilemma faced by the New Jersey band. More