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5 Seconds of Summer have released their new single, “Want You Back.” It’s the Aussie group’s first new song in nearly two years. They also announced a 26-date tour, which kicks...

Parliament-Funkadelic leader George Clinton talks to Rolling Stone about the essence of funk, his alien encounter, the dangers of LSD and more. Mark Summers for Rolling Stone Parliament-Funkadelic founder...

Indie rock outfit Parquet Courts unveiled a two-part garage rock song, “Almost Had to Start a Fight/In And Out of Patience.” It comes from their upcoming Danger Mouse-produced album, Wide Awake!,...

With 24 tracks, clocking in at one hour and 46 minutes, Migos’ Culture II lasts long enough to listen to all of Pink Floyd’s The Wall and still make it more than halfway through The Dark Side...

Brooklyn rap trio Flatbush Zombies unveiled a vicious new single, “Headstone,” from their upcoming album, Vacation in Hell, out April 6th. It also released a black-and-white video for the track...

Janelle Monáe unveiled two new songs “Make Me Feel” and “Django Jane,” set to appear on her upcoming album, Dirty Computer, out April 27th. Both tracks arrived with music...

The Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny, who has scored numerous hits as part of the rising Latin trap movement, will be Apple’s latest Up Next artist. The singer-rapper debuted his new single, “Dime...

The Breeders unveiled a bristling new song, “Nervous Mary,” set to appear on the alt-rock outfit’s upcoming album, All Nerve, out March 2nd. Related Kim Deal and the Breeders Splash...

Omnivore Recordings will reissue Sandy Bull’s final album, Steel Tears, along with four previously unreleased tracks on April 13th.  Related 54 Most Anticipated Albums of 2018 New music from...

Madonna’s collaborators on ‘Ray of Light’ delve into the making of the star’s pivotal 1998 LP. Photofest Twenty years ago, Madonna was at a crossroads. After launching her Maverick...

Liam Gallagher had an air of casual charisma during his performance of “I’ve All I Need” on The Late Late Show on Wednesday. The song originally appeared last October as part of As You...

The first major step in Radiohead‘s lengthy journey from Oxford club mainstays to globally lauded architects of contemporary art rock took the form of Pablo Honey, their debut LP, issued on February...

Foo Fighters, who have won five BRIT awards over the course of their career, performed at the ceremony for the first time on Wednesday. They also took home the International Group award for the fourth...

Dua Lipa performed an empowering “New Rules” during Wednesday’s Brit Awards in London. The singer, who was nominated for five Brits, won the British Female Solo Artist and British Breakthrough...

Liam Gallagher performed an intimate version of Oasis‘ 1994 single “Live Forever” at the 2018 Brit Awards on Wednesday. The performance served as a tribute to the victims of the 2017...

Nicole Atkins will embark on a tour of the eastern United States this spring in support of her latest LP, Goodnight Rhonda Lee. Related How Nicole Atkins Quit Drinking and Discovered Her Inner...

Boi-1da has been a crucial part of Drake‘s braintrust ever since he helped craft the rapper’s first hit, 2009’s “Best I Ever Had.” In 2014, Boi-1da co-produced “0...

In June 2006, John Mayer showed off his jazzy side in a guest appearance at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s annual fundraising gala. The singer-guitarist teamed with trumpeter and JALC artistic director...

Guitarists Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison are recruiting Billy Idol, Courtney Love, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes for a mental health charity concert....

Toto will rerelease and remaster the majority of their catalog for the limited edition box set All In, a massive 13-CD, 17-LP collection that includes two discs of unreleased material. Related Toto...

D’arcy Wretzky hasn’t been seen holding a bass guitar in public since Bill Clinton was president.  Related Smashing Pumpkins’ Band Drama: The Complete History As Billy Corgan...

Imagine Dragons blend the experimental and accessible on their grandiose new single, “Next to Me.” Singer Dan Reynolds belts about love and loyalty, while the arrangement weaves in a fingerpicked...

The Smashing Pumpkins just announced an extensive arena tour where frontman Billy Corgan will be joined by original members James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin, but nowhere in the press release does the word...

Speedy Ortiz will release their third LP, Twerp Verse, on April 27th via Carpark. The Massachusetts indie rock band previewed the album with synth-heavy lead single “Lucky 88” and a surreal...

Soft Cell, the synth-pop duo best known for their 1981 hit “Tainted Love,” will reunite this fall for their farewell concert. Vocalist Marc Almond and producer/multi-instrumentalist Dave Ball...

When we speak to Logic, it’s been more than a week since he performed his hit “1-800-273-8255” at the Grammys, and he’s still taking the evening in. “Kendrick Lamar gave me...

Chris Cornell‘s widow Vicky Cornell opened up about the Soundgarden singer’s battle with addiction and his relapse prior to his suicide in a new interview with Good Morning America. The segment...

Portugal. The Man teamed with an elementary school chorus and youth drumline to perform their new single “Live in the Moment” on Tuesday’s Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Related How...

Frank Ocean is suing producer Om’Mas Keith over songwriting credits on the singer’s 2016 album, Blonde. The suit also names Keith’s Analog Genius Corporation and several unnamed John...

Vic Mensa recently stopped by Rolling Stone’s headquarters for a stirring performance of “We Could Be Free,” as part of our Take One series. Related Vic Mensa Talks His Intensely Personal...

On September 18th, 1993, a crowd of about 1,000 lucky rock fans dressed in their finest black tie evening wear gathered on the charred ruins of Cowdray Castle at West Sussex, England to witness a once-in-a-lifetime...

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will embark on a headlining acoustic tour this May. Related Patty Griffin on Song Inspired by Police Shooting ‘Servant of Love’ tackles tough...

The Who‘s Pete Townshend will mark the 45th anniversary of his debut solo album, Who Came First, with an expansive reissue featuring eight unreleased tracks. The two-CD set arrives April 20th via...

Rihanna’s tossed-off vibe and DGAF openness disguise both her musical gifts and remarkable work ethic, borne out in a cascade of hits. Who knew that the young Barbadian singer behind 2005’s...

In Tinashe‘s alluring new video for “Faded Love,” the singer dances inside an empty warehouse decorated with gauzy curtains and broken mirrors. While the choreography and...

Father John Misty runs afoul of hotel policies in his new song “Mr. Tillman.” The singer released the track on Tuesday along with a brief, lighthearted music video.  Related Father...

When the Doors flew to England for their appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival in the summer of 1970, the band was at one of its lowest points. In the spring of the previous year, Jim Morrison...

British DJ Paul Oakenfold grabs his decks and treks up Mount Everest for the most unique show of his career in the new trailer for the documentary, Soundtrek Everest. Related Paul Oakenfold to Pen Collaborative...

The Who will commemorate the 50th anniversary of a two-night stint at Bill Graham’s famous New York venue with the double CD Live at the Fillmore East 1968, due out April 20th. Related Pete Townshend...

Radiohead will return to the United States for additional arena shows promoting their latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool. The short tour takes place mostly in the northeast, kicking off July 7th in Chicago...

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