You're using an unsupported version of Internet Explorer. Please upgrade your browser for the best user experience on our site. Thank you.
Venue Logo Home Event Calendar Venue Info Photos & Videos Food & Drink Events & Parties FAQ
Meshuggah - 25 Years of Musical Deviance w/ Between the Buried and Me
imgRating      
Riff Raff with Grand Theft
Riff Raff with Grand Theft
APR
24
THU
8:00 PM
Live Nation Presents YG - My Krazy Life Tour
Live Nation Presents YG - My Krazy Life Tour
APR
25
FRI
8:00 PM
Style to the Aisle...a Bride's RUNWAY
Style to the Aisle...a Bride's RUNWAY
APR
27
SUN
3:00 PM
Zucchero
Zucchero
APR
29
TUE
8:00 PM
Vinnie Paz With Army Of The Pharaohs
Vinnie Paz With Army Of The Pharaohs
MAY
01
THU
8:00 PM
Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: Iggy Azalea - The New Classic
Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Presents: Iggy Azalea - The New Classic
MAY
02
FRI
8:00 PM
Wild Eyes A Tool Tribute w/ Cyrenic, Scott Lester and What Army + More
Wild Eyes A Tool Tribute w/ Cyrenic, Scott Lester and What Army + More
MAY
03
SAT
7:15 PM
Revolver Golden Gods Tour with Black Label Society
Revolver Golden Gods Tour with Black Label Society
MAY
04
SUN
7:30 PM
Live Nation Presents Blackberry Smoke – The Fire In The Hole Tour 2014
Live Nation Presents Blackberry Smoke – The Fire In The Hole Tour 2014
MAY
09
FRI
8:00 PM
The Aquabats
The Aquabats
MAY
10
SAT
7:00 PM
Paul Potts
Paul Potts
MAY
11
SUN
8:00 PM
Ghost with King Dude
Ghost with King Dude
MAY
14
WED
8:00 PM
Steel Panther - All You Can Eat Tour
Steel Panther - All You Can Eat Tour
MAY
16
FRI
8:00 PM
Tamar Braxton
Tamar Braxton
MAY
22
THU
8:00 PM
Ones To Watch with Skype Pres. Eric Hutchinson - Tell The World Tour
Ones To Watch with Skype Pres. Eric Hutchinson - Tell The World Tour
MAY
23
FRI
8:00 PM
Tamar Braxton
Tamar Braxton
MAY
25
SUN
8:00 PM
Freedom Project featuring Manchester Orchestra presented by blu eCigs
Freedom Project featuring Manchester Orchestra presented by blu eCigs
MAY
27
TUE
7:30 PM
Ballyhoo! with Kill Lincoln, Knolly Moles and Wise Eyes
Ballyhoo! with Kill Lincoln, Knolly Moles and Wise Eyes
MAY
30
FRI
8:00 PM
Danity Kane - No Filter Tour
Danity Kane - No Filter Tour
MAY
31
SAT
8:00 PM
Fifth Harmony with Before You Exit and Jackson Harris
Fifth Harmony with Before You Exit and Jackson Harris
JUN
04
WED
8:00 PM
An Evening with Failure
An Evening with Failure
JUN
05
THU
8:00 PM
The Bloody Beetroots (Live)
The Bloody Beetroots (Live)
JUN
07
SAT
8:00 PM
Future - The Honest Tour with Rico Love, Que and Bando Jonez
Future - The Honest Tour with Rico Love, Que and Bando Jonez
JUN
08
SUN
8:00 PM
Meshuggah - 25 Years of Musical Deviance w/ Between the Buried and Me
Meshuggah - 25 Years of Musical Deviance w/ Between the Buried and Me
JUN
17
TUE
8:00 PM
Yandel VIP US Tour
Yandel VIP US Tour
JUN
20
FRI
8:00 PM
The White Panda
The White Panda
JUN
27
FRI
8:00 PM
Primus
Primus
JUN
29
SUN
8:00 PM
Live Nation Presents Logic - While You Wait Tour
Live Nation Presents Logic - While You Wait Tour
JUL
01
TUE
8:00 PM
The New Deal
The New Deal
JUL
12
SAT
9:00 PM
BRAND NEW
BRAND NEW
JUL
13
SUN
7:30 PM
MattyB
MattyB
JUL
16
WED
7:00 PM
Ones to Watch with Skype Presents Turnpike Troubadours
Ones to Watch with Skype Presents Turnpike Troubadours
JUL
20
SUN
8:00 PM
Mint Condition
Mint Condition
JUL
25
FRI
8:00 PM
Ziggy Marley
Ziggy Marley
JUL
26
SAT
8:00 PM
Led Zeppelin 2
Led Zeppelin 2
AUG
09
SAT
8:00 PM
Boyz II Men
Boyz II Men
AUG
15
FRI
8:00 PM
Echo & the Bunnymen
Echo & the Bunnymen
AUG
18
MON
8:00 PM
BUNBURY - PALOSANTO TOUR
BUNBURY - PALOSANTO TOUR
SEP
20
SAT
8:00 PM
Live Nation Presents NEEDTOBREATHE: Rivers In The Wasteland World Tour
Live Nation Presents NEEDTOBREATHE: Rivers In The Wasteland World Tour
SEP
22
MON
8:00 PM
Little Mix: The Salute Tour
Little Mix: The Salute Tour
OCT
09
THU
7:00 PM
Boyce Avenue
Boyce Avenue
OCT
23
THU
7:00 PM
 
Citi
Get The Good Seats
Fillmore Silver Spring Premium Seat Program
Upgrade Your Concert Experience!
Fast Lane tickets and Seat Upgrades.
Restricted Items
Fillmore Silver Spring: Please Read this list!
HOST AN EVENT
Get Your Merch On
Fri, 25 Apr 2014
Britpop stars like Damon Albarn weren’t supposed to age. This is often true of famous musicians, of course, from pop ingenues to boy bands to punk rockers, but there was a specific element of youthfulness that accompanied Britpop. Sure, Jarvis Cocker was always kind of old before his time, but Britpop as a genre, even [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
The first time I interviewed Lykke Li was in 2008. I flew to Stockholm to spend a week following her around for a feature story that was to be published just as her debut album, Youth Novels, was seeing release here in the States. What struck me most about Lykke at the time was her [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Chairlift leader Caroline Polachek has taken on the side-project alter-ego Ramona Lisa, and she recorded all of her new album Arcadia by herself, on her laptop. She’s already made a video for the album’s title track, and now she’s followed that one with a new self-directed video for “Dominic,” another hazy track from the album. [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Siinai are progressive kraut-rockers from Finland, and their new album Supermarket is due out June 17 via Splendour. As you may have surmised from both the album title, and the title of their new track “Shopping Trance,” the project is an attempt to make “a soundtrack for the supermarket nations.” “Shopping Trance” most certainly fits [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
The always-sharp Brit-rock liver (and former Jam and Style Council frontman) Paul Weller released a new single called “Brand New Toy” on Record Store Day. It’s a clean, bouncy power-pop number, and in its new Joe Connor-directed video, Weller and his backing band casually knock the song out while the camera makes it look like [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
While Chris was mostly writing about newer bands in his recent coverage of the emo revival, several veterans acts have risen from the dead, too. We’ve gotten a new song from Sunny Day Real Estate, a reunion from American Football, and now emo greats Mineral have announced their first shows in 17 years. In addition [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Alvvays got some attention last year for the sunny dream pop that’s captured well on their new single “Archie, Marry Me.” The song comes from their self-titled debut album out soon on Polyvinyl. The track’s title appears in the chorus as Molly Rankin’s lovely, romantic plea, but the band’s heavy guitar attack adds just a [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Dum Dum Girls released “Rimbaud Eyes” way back in January, right before they dropped their newest album, Too True. Four months later, we’ve got a shiny set of visuals to go with the vixenish tinge of “Rimbaud Eyes.” The video, directed by musician and visual artist Tamaryn, features lead singer Dee Dee Penny waltzing through [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
It’s been a while since we heard Beth Gibbons’ ghostly voice, but this week she showed up in a unique setting. Instrumental metal band GONGA recorded a cover of Black Sabbath’s “Black Sabbath,” inviting Gibbons to take the place of Ozzy on vocals, and renamed the thing “Black Sabbeth.” Gibbons fits the song perfectly, and [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Every year, the people behind the Tribeca Film Festival also hold the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards, a ceremony designed to honor “those whose ideas have broken the mold to create significant impact.” This year, one of the honorees is the Roland TR-808 Drum Machine, an iconic beat-programming gadget that did a ton to help develop [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Few British bands from the 1990s, Britpop or otherwise, have been pushed to the sidelines more forcefully than the Verve. I can think of, well, quite a few reasons for this. You’ve got their singer, Richard Ashcroft, a perfectly arrogant British rock star who continues to play that role even as his solo output has [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
In 1994, in the immediate aftermath of the Nirvana-driven grunge signing boom, Warner Bros. paid $20 million for 49% of the Seattle label Sub Pop, an arrangement that still stands today. The person who brokered the deal was Dana Giacchetto, a star investment adviser who became as famous for throwing crazy parties with Leonardo DiCaprio [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
It’s Britpop Week here at Stereogum, and to help us celebrate, R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck has shared a story about his old band sabotaging the poor blokes of the Verve. Buck sat down with Portland’s Willamette Week for a rare interview, and among other things, reminisced about the time he and his R.E.M. cohorts did [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
The latest fuzzed-out, effortlessly catchy guitar band to join the Exploding In Sound roster is LOST BOY ?, a Brooklyn combo that opened for Titus Andronicus on tour last year. Wasted, the EP they’re releasing next month, is primarily a solo effort by frontman Davey Jones (previously of Baked) with some assistance from his Baked [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Veteran pop-rockers We Are Scientists have a new album out called TV En Français. In keeping with that title, they’ve made a video for single “Sprinkles” that features the band traipsing around Europe playing rock shows and having the time of their lives. Incidentally, I played pool with these guys and Oxford Collapse backstage at [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Last week Neil Young released the vinyl-only A Letter Home, a collection of covers recorded in single takes on acoustic guitar in Jack White’s Voice-O-Graph booth at Third Man Records. About the size of a phone booth, the machine records you to vinyl as you play, which is exactly what Young did, giving the album [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Britpop luminaries such as Damon Albarn, Noel and Liam Gallagher, and Jarvis Cocker have been in the public eye a lot in recent years, either for reuniting their classic bands or pursuing new projects or both. But what about all the Britpop stars who aren’t consistently making headlines anymore in the States? What have those [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
About a month from now, noise artist Ben Frost will put out his new album, A U R O R A, and it’s an absolute monster. We’ve already heard the first single, “Venter,” a track that slowly built pressure like a dormant volcano before exploding more than four minutes in. The newest song, “Nolan,” waits [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
The Jazz June is among the more unsung emo heroes of yesteryear. The Pennsylvania combo doesn’t have the same name recognition as fellow reunited emo bands like Sunny Day Real Estate, Owls, American Football, or Braid, but judging from Evan Weiss’ enthusiasm when he told me he was producing the Jazz June’s upcoming album during [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
The Horrors are basically a psychedelic synths-and-guitars band, but they’re also the sort of band who gleefully defies categorization. And as it turns out, they’re the type of band who can knock out an awesome cover of a Chicago house classic at will. The Chicago house music originator Frankie Knuckles died a few weeks ago, [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
“Move That Dope,” the burping, twitching Future/Pusha T/Pharrell/Casino posse cut from Future’s new album Honest, is easily my favorite single of the year, in any genre. And last night, Future and Pusha T appeared on The Tonight Show to perform a scaled-down version of the track with the Roots. (If you’re Jimmy Fallon, the song [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Emo-pop survivors Paramore released a self-titled album last year, and that thing has legs. Their new-wavy single “Ain’t It Fun,” which has persistently refused to go away, is one of the best guitar-driven pop hits in recent memory. And last night, the band got one of the rare musical-guest spots on Late Night With Seth [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Canada recently began its annual seal hunt, drawing the passionate ire of many, many animal-rights types, including, unsurprisingly, Morrissey. In one of his characteristic inflammatory online posts, Moz took special aim at Canada’s federal Fisheries Minister Gail Shea: “If she considers such butchery to be so ’humane,’ why doesn’t she place herself among the tens [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
I don’t know if you’ve ever talked to a middle-aged Midwestern indie rocker about the Replacements, but it’s like walking into a Pentecostal church and asking people there how they feel about Jesus. The Replacements — or two of them, anyway — reunited for last year’s Riot Fests, and they’ve played a handful of festivals [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Arcade Fire have been pretty grumpy about dance music lately, which has led to the extremely popular DJ Deadmau5 lashing out on Twitter. This seems to be a response to something started a few weeks ago during the Arcade Fire’s headlining set at the first week of Coachella, when Win Butler shouted out “to all [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
For anyone else who may have been wondering lately, “What the heck happened to Fleet Foxes?” we’ve got an answer for you. In an udpdate on the band’s Facebook page today, frontman Robin Pecknold explained to fans that he actually moved to New York a while back and enrolled at Columbia University as an undergrad. [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
DJ Sprinkles, aka Terre Thaemlitz, had been DJing since the ’90s, but waited until late 2008 to finally release her first official album. That album, Midtown 120 Blues, wasn’t really noticed until 2009, but by the end of that year, it had left a massive impact on those who had heard it. In less than [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
A-Track and Armand Van Helden of Duck Sauce inject their sense of humor into their entire collaboration, and the duo’s new infomercial-inspired video for “NRG” is no exception. While the group’s dance track plays, an infomercial (starring Jon Daly from Kroll Show/Red Hot Chili Peppers) demonstrates the many uses for a fake “Everything Gel” product. [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Considering the amount of love and affection that’s been showered on Australian singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett for the past few months, it seems kind of insane that her excellent debut, The Double EP: A Sea of Split Peas, is only now getting a proper physical release here in the States. The record (if you haven’t managed [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Since we’re already running a big Oasis sweepstakes for Britpop Week we just had to have one for the other titan and rival of the genre. Plus, it wouldn’t be a proper Britpop Week if we didn’t include tea somehow. The official Blur Britannia Tea Set we’re giving away retails for $107 and includes a [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Swedish pop group Little Dragon is getting ready to release their new album, Nabuma Rubberband, next month, and we’ve already heard some promising singles like “Let Go” and “Klapp Klapp.” Yesterday they stopped by The Queen Latifah Show to perform the song “Paris.” Watch it below. Nabuma Rubberband is out 5/13 via Loma Vista.
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
On Tokyo Police Club’s new remix of Rush Midnight’s synthpop anthem “Closer,” the Canadian indie-pop band tones down the original track’s tight bass line — Rush Midnight is the solo project of bassist Russ Manning from Twin Shadow, after all — but the remixed version is still punchy and dynamic in its disco groove. Check [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
We’re celebrating Britpop Week here at Stereogum, and while there’s lots of essential listening that comes with such a pursuit, there’s not much in the way of essential viewing. There is, however, Live Forever: The Rise And Fall Of Brit Pop, the 2003 BBC documentary directed by John Dower. The film looks back at British [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
In recent months we’ve been witness to an escalating feud between Wu-Tang Clan members RZA (who’s desperately trying to assemble one last group LP called A Better Tomorrow) and Raekwon (who declared himself on strike from the Wu because he thinks RZA is an out-of-touch control freak). RZA tried to win Rae over with kindness [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
The young Brooklyn boom-bap nostalgist Joey Bada$$ is apparently way more of an MMA fan than anyone realized. His new song “Mr. Wonderful” is an ode to the UFC light heavyweight fighter Phil Davis, and Davis will use it as entrance music before his forthcoming bout against Anthony Johnson. The song is only two minutes [...]
Thu, 24 Apr 2014
Someone on Twitter (and I wish I could remember who) pointed out a fascinating factoid recently: Every time Gucci Mane goes away to prison — something that happens way too often — one of his 1017 Brick Squad understudies blows the fuck up. First, it was OJ Da Juiceman. Then, it was Waka Flocka Flame. [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Last January Local Natives dropped one of the first good albums of the year, Hummingbird. It closed with “Bowery,” a song that went all over the place, fitting crashing drums, bright piano melodies, and pummeling drum machines into a couple of climactic minutes. This new remix by producer No-Face jumps around with the same unpredictability [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Spring has finally sprung, which means what remains of the traditional network TV season is winding down, and with it the 39th season of Saturday Night Live. As such, the show announced its hosts and musical guests for the final three episodes of the season on Tumblr today. On 5/3 Andrew Garfield aka The Amazing [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
If you came of age at a certain time — say, that musical sweet spot around 1993/’94 when the “Alternative Nation” was just coming into full bloom — chances are Veruca Salt were/are very important to you. In 1994, I was enduring my first year of college, and American Thighs — Veruca Salt’s much-beloved debut [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Yesterday on their Facebook page the National released a statement saying they have cancelled their tour dates for Russia and Ukraine due to “the ongoing political crisis” in the region. Shows were scheduled for Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kiev this summer. Refunds will be given at points of purchase, and for now there is no [...]
The Fillmore Silver Spring's official website is your source for tickets to exciting live shows and events