Julian Casablancas and the Voidz were slated to play Asia and Australia to wrap up their tour in support of Tyranny, but that won’t happen.

The band went on Twitter to say it’s because of business purposes, and then added that it plans on going back on the road in May after studio sessions.

We’ll see if that means Strokes or Voidz sessions in the coming months.


They sounded really good on Le Grand Journal today.


Where No Eagles Fly:

Dare I Care:


The B-52’s Katie Pierson has a new solo record coming out, and Nick Valensi helped out with it.

NME has the details.

Pierson’s first solo release, ‘Guitars and Microphones’, will come out in February, 2015. The singer also wrote a number of tracks with Sia, who executive produced the record. Valensi plays guitar on a handful of tracks on the album, which was produced by Tim Anderson (Ima Robot).

And here’s the first single off of the album.


‘Reptilia’ stars in a Volkswagen commercial

November 24, 2014
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Interviews: Julian and the Voidz in NME, Julian talks ‘I like the night’

November 21, 2014

This week has been full of Julian and The Voidz goodness, for me. Not only did I see them on Tuesday in Chicago (I loved the show, and hearing Ize of the World totally caught me off guard), but a few good interviews have hit the internet recently. The big one is NME’s cover story. The […]

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