For a few days in May, Atlanta will be the hottest place on the planet.
At a recent gig in New York, Julian Casablancas and the Voidz covered a Strokes tune.
Turkeys aren't the only ones who dread Thanksgiving.
After the release of their 2013 album 'Comedown Machine,' the Strokes parted ways with RCA Records, their home base since their debut in 2001.
If there's such a thing as indie rock royalty, Julian Casablancas of the Strokes and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are the undisputed king and queen.
Arcade Fire singer and Mad Max cosplayer Win Butler is upping the ante with his annual 'Pop Vs. Jock' charity basketball game, adding a supergroup halftime show this year.
Official release dates are more or less just rough guidelines these days.
It's no secret that every band has its ups and downs. The Strokes' lead singer, Julian Casablancas, knows this to be too true at times.
According to Julian Casablancas in an interview with BBC 6Music, the Strokes could very likely begin new work in January of 2015.
The first solo album from the Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas sounded like it was from the future and since we're technically in the future now, the new single from his upcoming follow-up sounds exactly right.