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GREIN ON GRAMMYS:
BEST NEW ARTIST
Eight is enough. (10/23a)
RIDINGS TO
THE TOWER
Capitol wins a bidding war. (10/23a)
BORN AGAIN, AGAIN
"Star" power. (10/23a)
GREIN ON GRAMMYS: COUNTRY
History in the making? (10/22a)
THE LAST HURDLE (UPDATE)
The final call will go down in Brussels. (10/22a)
GRAMMY CONTENDERS
We chat with big stars, rising stars and next big things.
MMA FOR DUMMIES
Not Mixed Martial Arts; the Music Modernization Act, dummy.
IS IT COLD IN HERE?
...or are our bosses from outer space?
THE KIDS
They're leaning on the button.
THE B-SIDE
ICYMI: A WEEKEND AT THE FONDA
1/23/18


L.A.'s Fonda Theatre experienced a two-night engagement with Sub Pop's Wolf Parade and openers Charly Bliss (Barsuk), spanning 1/19-1/20.  

Both groups performed songs from their most recent albums (Cry, Cry, Cry and Guppy, respectively) much to the delight of a crowd that actually started pouring in when the doors opened, a rare feat when the show doesn't start for an hour later at least. They're presently continuing their North American tour with five remaining dates.

Brilliant Corners-managed Charly Bliss was featured on Rolling Stone's Best Songs of 2017 (for "Glitter") and have hardly taken a break from touring the whole year. Meanwhile, Wolf Parade's first album after a seven-year hiatus has had them selling out shows in its support nationwide; they're rep'd by Constant Artists

To check 'em out while you can, head here.