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In many ways, fact-checking a movie about Mötley Crüe is a ridiculous task, especially a film that says right off the bat it is merely “based” on a true story. It’s also a...

Offset and Travis Scott tore through a performance of their new collaboration, “Legacy” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday. “Legacy” boasts a beat of gauzy synths that swirl around...

Mumford & Sons, Kings of Leon and Dave Matthews Band are among the artists announced to perform at San Diego’s annual outdoor Kaaboo Del Mar Festival. The lineup of the fifth incarnation of...

The music industry has longed thrived on its diversity. A rich assortment of hip-hop, rock, country, R&B, classical, indie, electronic, and a million and one subgenres in between. “A rich assortment,”...

Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations, a jukebox musical about the life and career of The Temptations, recently debuted on Broadway and cast stopped by to tease the songs on The...

Cardi B is laying legal claim to her signature phrase “Okurrr.” The rapper has officially filed an application to trademark the word/sound via her company Washpoppin, Inc. The trademark would...

Although Vampire Weekend recently released a new single called “Sunflower,” the New York group elected to perform a cover of Post Malone’s track of the same name during their BBC Radio...

The wait is over: Four years after Tame Impala leveled up to a new tier of sparkling psychedelic pop with 2015’s Currents, the Australian act has released a new single. “Patience” takes...

Producer Salaam Remi (Nas, Amy Winehouse) unveiled a new remix of Marvin Gaye’s “Symphony” that will appear on the upcoming release of the late soul legend’s lost album, You’re...

CupcakKe hits a darkened warehouse-looking space, heightening her urgent, rapid-fire bars in her new video for “Bird Box.” It’s her second new single of the year, following the Chicago...

In our daily news show, Rolling Stone’s Brittany Spanos checks in on a few of the headlines everyone is discussing. For today’s episode, watch the video to get a quick take on: Madonna’s...

The David Lynch Foundation, which produces the Festival of Disruption, will sponsor two benefit concerts in New York City this spring. One show will feature Wye Oak, Mercury Rev and the Messthetics on...

Karen O and Danger Mouse have described their first-ever collaborative album Lux Prima as a “shared destination,” and by the sounds of it, space is their place. The nine-song LP...

Calexico and Iron & Wine will reunite for the new collaborative album Years to Burn, which will be released on June 14th. The full-length effort comes 14 years after the stalwart indie folk-rock...

Pink walks down an improbably barren New York City street and sings about being independent in the video for “Walk Me Home,” a song that will appear on her upcoming album, Hurts 2B Human,...

Timothy Showalter is ready to put away childish things, or at least sing about it. Over the past decade, the singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist has made his mark as the mastermind auteur behind the...

Bruce Hornsby invited Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon to join him in the studio for a serene new song, “Cast-Off,” that will appear on his upcoming album, Absolute Zero. The two artists trade...

Dave Grohl had never been to Asheville, and when a wicked snowstorm hit the same December weekend that he played Warren Haynes’ annual Christmas Jam in the North Carolina town, the Foo Fighters...

The lyrics on “From the Spear,” the first taste of extreme-metal group Gaahls Wyrd’s upcoming debut, are mostly incoherent. At one point, frontman Gaahl growls, “I hold the spear,...

Leela James is one of the few southern soul singers who can still achieve a hit today. Her most recent example, “Don’t Want You Back,” is an exercise in classic form — a handsome,...

Toronto punks Pup made their late night television debut with a blistering rendition of “Kids” on Late Night With Seth Meyers Wednesday. The performance found frontman Stefan Babcock alternating...

The Budos Band mingle proto-metal dissonance, vintage soul sweetness and psychedelic texture on their cinematic new song “Veil of Shadows.” The track opens with a distorted drone and builds...

Roots musician Christian Lopez has previously displayed such influences in his original work from heartland rock to the synthesizer-driven tunes of the Cars. But Lopez’s acoustic version of John...

After spending a mellow 2018 at home, Jamestown Revival will hit the road again in April, drumming up anticipation for the summertime release of the duo’s third album, San Isabel. Co-produced by...

The incoming Broadway musical about the enduring music and volatile career of the Temptations features many elements associated with a prestige show. There’s a name director, an award-winning book...

Spotify’s most popular R&B playlist includes 41 songs, and almost every one contains drums. But you won’t find any percussion in Pink Sweat$’ “Honesty” — little...

After a successful run of dates last year on what he cheekily dubbed Not Dead Yet tour, Phil Collins will return to the States for a sequel, the somewhat clunkily-titled Still Not Dead Yet, Live! trek,...

Budding alt-pop duo Closegood have unveiled their genre-bending debut EP, Graven. The 11-track project was produced by go-to G.O.O.D. Music collaborator, Anthony Kilhoffer, who has worked with artists...

In 2018, pioneering spoken-word collective the Last Poets returned with their first album in more than 20 years. Now the group — consisting of Seventies-era members Abiodun Oyewole and Umar Bin...

Nashville country-rock band Lanco have returned with the intense new song “Rival,” the follow-up to their 2018 single “Born to Love You.” The new track is also the first release...

“I’ve always worked on my own music outside of the Roots,” “Captain” Kirk Douglas tells Rolling Stone. The guitarist has been a member of the influential hip-hop group since...

British reggae outfit Steel Pulse unveiled the lead single, “Cry Cry Blood,” for their first album in 15 years, Mass Manipulation, out May 17th via Rootfire Cooperative and the band’s...

Bruce Springsteen, Steve Van Zandt and more recount their Jersey Shore roots in a new documentary, Asbury Park: Riot, Redemption, Rock ‘n’ Roll, which will screen in movie theaters May 22nd...

Daddy Yankee brought the nightclub to the stage at The Late Late Show with his vibrant rendition of single “Con Calma.” The Puerto Rican singer’s lively performance, which was accompanied...

Josephine Wiggs, the original bassist for the Breeders who performed on the group’s 1993 breakout album Last Splash, has announced her debut solo album. We Fall will be released on May 17th via...

Morrissey and Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste have teamed for a rendition of Jobriath’s “Morning Starship.” The song appears on Morrissey’s covers album, California Son, which...

In our daily news show, Rolling Stone’s Brittany Spanos checks in on a few of the headlines everyone is discussing. For today’s episode, watch the video to get a quick take on: Ariana...

Chance the Rapper should be busy. He’s a father, recently married his longtime partner in March, is prepping the release of his debut studio album in July and playing Woodstock 50 in August. Nevertheless,...

A young boy watches over his dying mother and fantasizes about better times with her in the video for Mumford and Sons’ new Delta single “Beloved.” The son and mother, who’s still...

Just as the popular portrayal of Johnny Cash as a lawless hellraiser overlooks a nuanced man’s love of faith and family, painting 80-year-old Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Ray Stevens as just...

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