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Ty Dolla $ign pairs an upbeat R&B-pop tune with a surprisingly tragic story in the new video for “Side Effects.” The song appears on the rap star’s latest album, Beach House...

New Jersey DIY heroes Screaming Females unveiled a striking live video for their latest song “Deeply,” which features singer/guitarist Marissa Paternoster performing a stripped-down version...

G-Eazy will embark on a North American tour next year in support of his forthcoming album, The Beautiful and Damned. The trek begins February 15th at the Smart Financial Centre in Houston and wraps...

For Christmas 1965, Paul McCartney presented his bandmates with a unique gift: a homemade record produced just for them, consisting of sampled songs, original sketches and avant-garde loops. “Something...

A hapless magician watches his life rewind before his eyes in the new video for MGMT‘s “When You Die.” The track marks the group’s latest offering from their next album, Little...

Danny Rampling and fellow DJs look back on how their 1987 Ibiza trip helped jumpstart a British dance-music revolution Danny Rampling and fellow DJs look back on how their 1987 Ibiza trip helped jumpstart...

The Cure announced a stacked lineup to celebrate the band’s 40th anniversary on Saturday, July 7th at BST Hyde Park in London.  They are billing the concert as their “only European...

Lucy Dacus battles through the initial phase of a breakup in her new track, “Night Shift.” The song will appear on the singer’s upcoming Historian album, due March 2nd.  50 Best...

Jack White unveiled a strange new musical collage, “Servings and Portions From My Boarding House Reach.” The track is available to stream alongside a surreal music video. White has...

This year, pop’s best albums came from strong women who had a lot to say: Lorde’s searing look at loneliness, Kesha’s raucous statement of liberation, Taylor Swift’s reckoning...

Big Sean and producer Metro Boomin tore through two songs from their new collaborative album, Double or Nothing, on The Tonight Show Monday. “Who’s Stopping Me” and “Savage...

Moby has announced his upcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt, his 15th studio LP. The new album follows a pair of LPs that Moby recorded with the Void Pacific Choir, 2016’s...

Sheryl Crow has unveiled her poignant new video for “The Dreaming Kind,” which the singer penned to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the tragic Sandy Hook shooting. “The tragedy...

Michelle Kath Sinclair still has a vivid memory of her father, original Chicago guitarist Terry Kath, who died nearly 40 years ago when she was only about two. She and her parents were traveling in a boat...

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission is set to vote on whether or not to repeal Net Neutrality, a decision about Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that could impact – among so many...

Apple confirmed Monday that it is in the final stages of acquiring music recognition app Shazam. “Apple Music and Shazam are a natural fit, sharing a passion for music discovery and delivering...

Alice in Chains announced a headlining 2018 North American tour, with initial dates spanning April 28th in Boston through May 19th in Philadelphia. Ticket information is available at the band’s website. ...

The Killers performed an adrenalized version of the Smiths‘ “This Charming Man” Sunday at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas – a winking allusion to Morrissey, who canceled...

Tom Petty meant a lot to the Shelters, and since Petty’s death, the members of the young L.A. rock band haven’t been shy about letting people know. “He really was our best friend and...

Kesha and Macklemore will unite for a co-headlining North American tour in summer 2018. The nine-week, 30-date trek kicks off June 6th in Phoenix, Arizona and concludes August 5th in Tampa, Florida. ...

From My Morning Jacket’s early days, frontman Jim James had a thing for vocal reverb. On his second solo covers set, it persists, and serves the project well – these classic songs feel like...

Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, two founding members of the Grateful Dead, announced their first-ever duo tour, promising back-to-back acoustic and electric sets featuring reworked versions of classic Dead tunes...

Country superstar Luke Bryan’s sixth album What Makes You Country opens with the title track, a stomping Southern rock assertion of downhome cred that says, essentially, country is an expression...

Queens of the Stone Age‘s Josh Homme has apologized for kicking photographer Chelsea Lauren in the face during the band’s Saturday set at the KROQ Acoustic Christmas concert in Inglewood, California....

U2 notched their eighth Number One album as the band’s Songs of Experience debuted atop the Billboard 200. 50 Best Albums of 2017 Taylor Swift clapped back, Kendrick Lamar got personal, Lorde...

SZA made her Saturday Night Live debut on the series’ final episode of 2017, where the Grammy-nominated singer performed a pair of songs, “The Weekend” and “Love Galore.” ...

When the phone rang at the Stax/Volt studios in Memphis in late November of 1967, guitarist Steve Cropper was surprised to hear Otis Redding on the other end, calling from the airport. “Usually Otis...

Sia has unveiled the new video for “Ho Ho Ho,” the second chapter in a Claymation trilogy showcasing songs from her seasonal LP Everyday Is Christmas. 50 Best Albums of 2017 Taylor Swift...

Chrissie Hynde made a surprise appearance during Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters’ concert Friday at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where the singers performed “Bluebirds...

Lil Peep died of an overdose of fentanyl and generic Xanax, according to the Pima Country Office of the Medical Examiner. The rapper’s death was ruled as accidental by the medical examiner. TMZ...

The Beach Boys, 1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow 2: The Studio SessionsThe Beach Boys, 1967 – Live SunshineTwo Beach Boys rarities compilations issued today capture the group’s incredibly...

Nicki Minaj and Migos rapper Quavo join forces on “She for Keeps,” a breezy collaboration from the Quality Control: Control the Streets, Vol. 1 mixtape. Quavo adopts a melodic R&B-pop...

Björk takes fans on another dreamlike journey in her new video for “Utopia,” the title track off the singer’s latest LP. With Björk donning the facial prosthetics seen...

Charli XCX documents a manic romance on “Out of My Head,” her pulsating new single with Tove Lo and ALMA. The track previews Charli’s newly announced mixtape, Pop2, out December 15th...

John Coltrane‘s “final tour” as Miles Davis‘ sideman will be the focus of the upcoming sixth volume in Davis’ Bootleg Series. The four-disc The Final Tour: Bootleg Series...

Morrissey sounds off on politics, “animal slaughter,” David Bowie’s legacy and more in a revealing email interview with Rolling Stone’s Rob Sheffield. Sam Rayner Thirty years after...

The Beach Boys unearthed more archival material, including dozens of previously unreleased songs, with their two new retrospective sets, 1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow 2: The Studio Sessions and Live...

Rapper Dave East is a former college basketball star who survived prison to become one of the more unexpected chart-topping rappers from New York City, with a gritty, paired-down style that recalls golden-era...

Art rock pioneers Roxy Music will revisit their 1972 self-titled debut album in early 2018 with a 45th anniversary reissue packed with unreleased demos, outtakes, radio sessions and more. Roxy Music:...

A biker reflects on an old friendship in the poignant new video for Gregg Allman‘s take on Jackson Browne‘s “Song for Adam.” Browne lends his vocals to the track, which closes the...

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