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Interview: Alison Mosshart Talks “CAR MA”, New Music, & Skate Culture

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Music, love, cars, travel, art, and rock and roll. This is Alison Mosshart’s life in a nutshell. Or in this case, a memoir. Known as an avid painter, punk-loving fashion icon, and lead vocalist of rock duo, The Kills, and blues-rock supergroup, The Dead Weather, Mosshart has always been a creative force … Continue reading

Photos: The Kills @ Brooklyn Steel

Photos by: Saidy Lopez – Indie rock band The Kills, who released their fifth album, Ash & Ice, on June 3rd, 2016 via Domino, which featured the singles “Doing It to Death”, and “Heart of a Dog”, performed at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, New York on July 21st.

The Kills Announce New EP “Echo Home – Non-Electric”

By: Staff – The Kills – Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince – will release the Echo Home – Non-Electric EP digitally on June 2nd, with a limited edition 10″ vinyl release available for pre-order today. Both the physical and digital versions of the Echo Home – Non-Electric EP will feature audio from a stripped down session … Continue reading

Photos: The Kills, Dream Wife @ The Fox Theater

Photos by: Steve Carlson –  Indie rock band The Kills, who released their fifth album, Ash & Ice, on June 3rd, 2016 via Domino, which featured the singles “Doing It to Death”, and “Heart of a Dog”, and which followed up their 2011 album, Blood Pressures, performed at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA last night with indie … Continue reading

Photos: The Kills @ Terminal 5

Photos by: Saidy Lopez, & Alx Bear –  Indie rock band The Kills, who released their fifth album, Ash & Ice, on June 3rd, 2016 via Domino, which featured the singles “Doing It to Death”, and “Heart of a Dog”, and which followed up their 2011 album, Blood Pressures, performed at Terminal 5 in New York City last night.

Photos: The Kills, LA Witch @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Angelo Marchini (@AngelMarchini) – Indie rock band The Kills, who will release their fifth album, Ash & Ice, on June 3rd via Domino, which will feature the singles “Doing It to Death”, and “Heart of a Dog”, and which follows up their 2011 album, Blood Pressures, which featured the singles “Satellite”, “Future Starts Slow”, “Baby Says”, and “The Last Goodbye”, performed at … Continue reading

Watch the new music video for The Kills’ “Heart Of A Dog”

By: Staff – The Kills have unveiled a new music video for their new track “Heart Of A Dog”, which they premiered on the Coachella festival live stream immediately before their blistering energetic performance on Friday evening. The video was directed by Sophie Muller who has worked with the band in the past (“U.R.A Fever,” “Cheap and Cheerful,” “Last Days of Magic” and … Continue reading

The Kills Announce New Album + Watch New Video for “Doing It To Death”

By: Staff – The Kills have unveiled details of their highly anticipated fifth album, Ash & Ice, which will be released on June 3rd via Domino. Accompanying today’s announcement is the video for their brand new single “Doing It To Death”, directed by Wendy Morgan (Janelle Monae, Laura Mvula) and shot in Los Angeles last month. Watch the video below. Over … Continue reading

Photos: Squamish Music Festival 2015 – Mumford and Sons, The Kills, Mother Mother

Photos by: Steven Shepherd – The fourth and final day of the 2015 Squamish Music Festival featured performances by Grammy-winning UK folk rock band Mumford And Sons, who released their third album, Wilder Mind, on May 4th, 2015 via Island, indie rock band The Kills, Vancouver-based indie rock quintet Mother Mother, who released their fifth album, Very Good Bad Thing, … Continue reading

Festival Review + Photos: Field Trip – Day 1 (Interpol, The Kills, + More)

By: Rebecca M. Williams (@rebeccapeppers) | Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) – A brilliantly beautiful sky met the first day of Arts & Crafts’ Field Trip – performers and fans alike couldn’t stop commenting on the sunshine and hot temperatures. Toronto’s Fort York steadily filled with smiling festivalgoers, liberally applying sunscreen and drinking beer. The booming sounds of the first performer’s … Continue reading