140902-julian-casablancas-human-sadness-voidz-tyrannyIn an article released on Noisey today, Julian says the following regarding The Strokes.

“We’re planning on recording stuff,” he said. “I still think we could do cool things and I’ll do that. I’d like to do both [bands] really if I could.”

He’s said essentially that throughout the Voidz media tour. It’s not a surprise, but certainly reassuring to hear.


Update: They’ve added more dates in Europe. Check out the full list here.

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz have added three shows, the band announced today. They are:

  • Vienna on June 2
  • Zurich on June 4
  • Istanbul on June 14 (at One Love Festival)

Tickets for the first two shows go on sale tomorrow (4/2). Tickets for One Love Festival are on sale now.


I forgot to post this a few days ago. My apologies. Here are the details:


Hopefully it turns out better than the Voidz’ SXSW gig a year ago. A snippet of a Summer Moon track can be heard here.



Listen: Albert talks Hyde Park show

March 6, 2015

Albert hopped on BBC2 to talk about The Strokes’ upcoming Hyde Park show. The interview starts at about 1:08:30 and you can find it here. /via qwerty

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The Strokes to play London’s Hyde Park

March 2, 2015

…even cooler, we have none other than the mighty @Beck and @Futureislands joining us @BSTHydePark pic.twitter.com/ph7pACfb7s — The Strokes (@thestrokes) March 2, 2015 Tickets are available here. Hopefully this is a sign of more shows to come this summer — and a new album — but it probably isn’t. Don’t get your hopes up.

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Listen: Helsinki — ‘The Batteries Weren’t Dead’ (feat. Albert Hammond Jr)

February 19, 2015

Albert plays guitar on Helsinki’s new track “The Batteries Weren’t Dead,” which you can download here.

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Julian Casablancas + The Voidz to play We Love Green Fest in Paris

February 6, 2015

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz will play We Love Green festival in Paris on May 31 — two days after they’re scheduled to play Primevera in Barcelona.

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