listen to 3WK on your mobile device spread the word - share 3WK with your friends help out the cause - support 3WK with a donation or become a member today! contact 3WK thru social media and email catch up on music news/reviews see artists played on each 3WK station see this weeks 3WK indie music chart visit the 3WK homepage
menu

Read The Latest Music News/Reviews At 3WK

< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 >
Morrissey says he's not confirmed for Riot Fest
May 23, 2016 2:00pm | Brooklyn Vegan

Morrissey was announced last week on the lineup for the stacked Riot Fest Chicago, but a note posted to Morrissey mouthpiece True To You today suggests otherwise. "As of this date (May 23), Morrissey is not a part of this year's Chicago Riot Fest," it reads.

Continue reading…



Watch Car Seat Headrest Cover Radioheads Paranoid Android In Philly
May 23, 2016 1:56pm | StereoGum
cshCar Seat Headrest already covered Radiohead once this year so far -- a minimal take on "Pyramid Song" that Will Toledo shared on his Tumblr -- and they decided to dip back into the moon shaped pool again (cough) at their show at Philadelphia's Underground Arts last night. During an encore of "Vincent," the … More »


Watch Car Seat Headrest Cover Radiohead & Sufjan Stevens In Philly
May 23, 2016 1:56pm | StereoGum
cshCar Seat Headrest already covered Radiohead once this year so far -- a minimal take on "Pyramid Song" that Will Toledo shared on his Tumblr -- and they decided to dip back into the moon shaped pool again (cough) at their show at Philadelphia's Underground Arts last night. During an encore of "Vincent," the … More »

Louis CK expands tour, adds third MSG show
May 23, 2016 1:55pm | Brooklyn Vegan

As mentioned, Louis CK on tour now, and dates include NYC stops at Forest Hills Stadium on July 22 (tickets) and two shows at Madison Square Garden on September 8 & 12. He's just added more dates to his tour...

Continue reading…


Beyoncé and Jay Zs collaborative album is reportedly finished
May 23, 2016 1:53pm | Fact Magazine

16 Bonnie & Clyde.

Back in February of 2015, ‘Drunk in Love’ producer Detail hinted that Beyoncé and Jay Z had a collaborative album in the works. Now, according to Page Six, that record is completed and is reportedly heading to Tidal soon.

Rumors circulated last month that Jay was going to release a response album to Bey’s Lemonade, which deals quite heavily with infidelity. While the album is allegedly about previous incidents in their marriage, the two reportedly came up for the plot of the visual component together.

Watch the video for ‘Upgrade U’, the couple’s best collab, below.

The post Beyoncé and Jay Z’s collaborative album is reportedly finished appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Guillermo del Toro rants and raves about John Carpenter on Twitter
May 23, 2016 1:50pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Who doesn’t love John Carpenter? Sure, cinephiles who loathe genre films, I suppose, but it’s hard to hate on a filmography that includes Halloween, The Thing, Assault on Precinct 13, and Escape From New York. From 1976 to 1986, the auteur went on an unstoppable tear, carving out a collection of films that remain go-to popcorn classics to this day.

You can toss Guillermo del Toro into that collection of die-hard fans. Considering his wide breadth of genre work — from Mimic to Pan’s Labyrinth, The Devil’s Backbone to Crimson Peak — that’s not too much of a surprise. But, this century’s horror master proved his love for the man on Sunday afternoon with an incredibly illuminating Twitter rant.

It started with a feeling…

When I think of John Carpenter, I am amazed at the fact that we take him for granted. How can we? Why should we? He is lightning in a bottle

— Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) May 22, 2016

Before he dove head first into Carpenter’s best stuff:

Assault on Precinct 13 by John Carpenter. Carpenter flexing his muscles, revamping the archetypes of a Western and establishing his own.

— Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) May 22, 2...


Wilco add new dates to world tour
May 23, 2016 1:40pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Photo by Philip Cosores

Wilco has expanded their world tour in support of last summer’s surprise album Star Wars. The lengthy trek, which kicks off next month and runs well into late November, now features a new leg of dates in South America and North America, including a five-night residency at the best venue in the US, San Francisco’s The Fillmore.

On a number of dates, Jeff Tweedy & co. will be joined by Angel Olsen, Kurt Vile, and Lucinda Williams.

Find the full itinerary below.

Wilco 2016 Tour Dates:
06/01 – Charleston, WV @ Clay Center ^
06/03 – Hunter, NY @ Mountain Jam
06/04 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Mann &
06/16 – Bergen, NO @ BergenFest
06/17 – Oslo, NO @ Norwegian Wood
06/18 – Aarhus, DK @ NorthSide Festival
06/19 – Hilvarenbeek, NL @ Best Kept Secret Festival
06/22 – Zagreb, HR @ INmusic Festival
06/24 – Kotor, ME @ SeaRock Festival
06/26 – Bialystok, PL @ Halfway Festival
06/29 – A Coruna, ES @ Palacio de la Opera
07/01 – Vilanova i la Geltru, ES @ Vida Festival
07/02 – Madrid, ES @ Jardines Del Botanico
07/04 – Ferrara, IT @ Piazza Castello #
07/05 – Rome, IT @ Villa Ada
07/08 – Bruge, BE @ Cactus Festival
07/10 – Dublin, IE @ Iveagh Gardens
07/23 – Yuzawa, JP...


Union Pool announces 2016 Summer Thunder free shows (Sun Ra Arkestra, Nap Eyes & more)
May 23, 2016 1:34pm | Brooklyn Vegan

One of our favorite free summer concert series returns with six shows this year.

Continue reading…


Speedy Ortiz Emma O
May 23, 2016 1:32pm | StereoGum
Speedy Ortiz - Foiled Again EP

Cannibal Corpse, Nile, Suffocation & more going on the 2016 Summer Slaughter tour
May 23, 2016 1:28pm | Brooklyn Vegan

The 2016 edition of the Summer Slaughter tour has been announced, and like 2014 it's actually not so bad this year (hold off on the "Summer's Laughter" jokes).

Continue reading…


Shooter Jennings Love Kills (Freddie Mercury & Giorgio Moroder Cover) Video
May 23, 2016 1:26pm | StereoGum
Shooter Jennings - Earlier this year, Shooter Jennings released his very weird new album Countach (For Georgio), a tribute to Giorgio Moroder. We posted the Marilyn Manson-assisted cover of Moroder's David Bowie collaboration "Cat People," a...

Pink Mexico releasing 'Fool' on Burger (stream "Buzz Kill")
May 23, 2016 1:25pm | Brooklyn Vegan

The fuzzy Brooklyn garage punks also have three hometown shows coming up.

Continue reading…


The Sidekicks I Am The Cosmos (Chris Bell Cover)
May 23, 2016 1:17pm | StereoGum
The Sidekicks - The last we heard from the Sidekicks was in 2015, wh...

Cymbals Eat Guitars announce new album Pretty Years, debut lead single Wish listen
May 23, 2016 1:15pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Cymbals Eat Guitars have announced their return with the follow-up to 2014’s LOSE. Entitled Pretty Years, the new album is due out September 16th via Sinderlyn.

Produced by Grammy Award winner John Congleton (Swans, St. Vincent, David Byrne), the album sees the group gunning for “a more energetic record.” “I personally looked to artists like Springsteen, ’70s Bowie, The Smiths, The Cure, Neil Young as inspiration for,” explained bassist Matthew Whipple, “not really for sound as much as for that dichotomy of bands who were entertainers still making, at times, weird dark music and writing songs that seem totally over-the-top by today’s rock band standards.”

As a preview of the LP, CEG has shared the lead single “Wish”. The references Whipple mentioned certainly make a lot of sense here, as the track’s adorned with blaring, scratchy horns and crashing choruses. It’s something like “Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out” on a punk rock bender with a hint of nostalgia (“Years pass/ And I wish I could show you/ And I wish that I’d told you”) leading to something somewhat funky, a bit old-school, and surprisingly thrashing. Take a listen to the track below.



The story of The Great Escape 2016 in 43 photos
May 23, 2016 1:13pm | Fact Magazine

Featuring Stormzy, Lady Leshurr and many more.

The Great Escape breezed into Brighton once more this weekend, bringing the biggest and best in new talent from rap, pop, rock and beyond. We were there with our very own spotlight show a 2000-person strong party in the normally sedate Brighton Dome, featuring British big-hitters WSTRN, Stormzy and more. Keep your eyes peeled over the next few days for highlights from that event – our stage wasn’t all the three-day festival had to offer.

Here’s the best of what we saw, from New Jersey bass queen Uniiqu3 to rising Tottenham MC Avelino, captured by FACT’s Carys Huws. See you next year, B-town.

DSC03938Throwing Shade DSC01857-5
< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 >

TAGS: 3WK, 3WK.COM, 3WK Undergroundradio, 3WK Classic Undergroundradio, 3WK Classic Alternative Radio, 60's FM Radio, 60's Music, 70's FM Radio, 70's Music, 80's FM Radio, 80's Music, 90's FM Radio, 90's Music, AAC+, Audio, Bandcamp, Classic Rock, College Music, College Radio, Concert News, di.fm, Digitally Imported, Entertainment, Freefrom Underground Radio, Garage Rock, Indedpendent Music, Indie Music Charts, Indie Music, Indie Music Reviews, Indie Radio, Indie Rock, Indie Rock Radio, Internet Radio, Itunes, KWK St. Louis Radio, Last.fm, Live365, MP3, Music Videos, Ogg, Online Radio, Pandora, Pitchforkmedia, Progressive Rock, Radio, Radioparadise, Radionomy, Shoutcast, sky.fm, slacker, Somafm, Soundcloud, Spotify, Streaming Radio, Tunein, Vinyl Records, Webcasting, Winamp, Youtube

Copyright(c)3WK L.L.C.