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Rick Ross on Why He Dissed Birdman: “It Was Time for Somebody to Let Homie Know That Ain’t Gangsta”

Just under two weeks ago, Rick Ross released his ninth studio album Rather You Than Me, which was most notable for including "Idols Become Rivals,"
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 29, 2017

Rachel Dolezal’s Book In Full Color Presents No Good Reason For Her Assumed Blackness

Rachel Dolezal, now legally known as Nkechi Amare Diallo, starts her memoir with a flagrant heavy-handedness. In Full Color: Finding My Place in a…
Brian Josephs / March 29, 2017

New Music: Blink-182 – “Misery”

The upcoming expanded edition of Blink-182's 2016 album California includes a whopping 12 extra tracks. We've already heard "Parking Lot," and today the band introduced another new song, "Misery," on…
Anna Gaca / March 29, 2017

Chuck Berry’s Public Viewing Announced For St. Louis Concert Venue

Chuck Berry's public funeral will take place in his hometown of St. Louis on April 9, according to CBS' Public viewing will run from…
Brian Josephs / March 29, 2017

N.W.A, David Bowie, Talking Heads Works Enter the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry

An eclectic mix of aural achievements, headlined by Judy Garland ("Over the Rainbow"), Barbra Streisand ("People"), N.W.A (Straight Outta Compton) and Vin Scully (the last Dodgers-Giants game at New York's…
Mike Barnes, Billboard / March 29, 2017

The Internet’s Anonymous Nazis Have Realized They Played Themselves Now That Trump Plans to Kill Internet Privacy

Yesterday, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed a bill that will kill the Federal Communications Commission's rules preventing internet service providers from selling users' browsing data to advertisers and…
Andy Cush / March 29, 2017

Explosions in the Sky Announce Tour, Share New “The Ecstatics” Video

Post-rock four-piece Explosions in the Sky have returned with a video for the single "The Ecstatics" from last year's The Wilderness. In the wake of…
Rob Arcand / March 29, 2017

“Classic” Festivals Will Feature Fleetwood Mac, Steely Dan, and Incomplete Versions of Other Bands You Love

If you missed Desert Trip (aka Oldchella) last year, or just prefer your classic rock a bit smoother, the Classic East and Classic West festivals might…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 29, 2017

Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj’s Awkward “Make Love” Video Doesn’t Need to Exist

Gucci Mane's "Make Love" ended up taking a life of its own when Nicki Minaj's verse contained just enough subliminal disses to lead to Remy Ma's "shETHER."
Brian Josephs / March 29, 2017

Lana Del Rey Releases Trailer for New Album Lust for Life, Which Is “Coming Soon”

Lana Del Rey has announced her forthcoming fifth album, Lust for Life, in a tweet: My new record - Lust For Life - is coming…
Anna Gaca / March 29, 2017

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Is the Latest Aging Rock Star to Have a Bad Political Opinion

Earlier this week, Johnny Rotten gave an interview with ITV where he said some truly dumb-assed shit about Donald Trump. Trump was a "joy to…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

A Documentary About Infamous Trump Advisor Roger Stone Is Coming to Netflix, and It Looks Fantastic

Thanks to his alliance with Donald Trump, the political operative Roger Stone has made himself known to even casual followers of politics over the last…
Andy Cush / March 29, 2017

Even Thom Yorke Cannot Escape Tabloid Journalism’s Unsparing Eye

Thom Yorke is a serious artist whose music has diagnosed society's profound alienation, but he's also a guy who likes to relax. Radiohead's new tour…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

Run the Jewels Visit Desus and Mero to Talk Early Years, El-P’s Crowdsurfing Fiancée

Before they left the States to tour behind RTJ3 in Europe, Run the Jewels visited Desus and Mero to share some stories with the Bronx comedians. Over the…
Brian Josephs / March 29, 2017

Bob Dylan to Finally Accept His Nobel Prize and Deliver a (Taped) Lecture

Bob Dylan has been busy in the past several months: touring the world, readying his new triple-album of standards Triplicate (out this Friday), mounting an…
Winston Cook-Wilson / March 29, 2017

Amber Coffman Releases Statement on Leaving Dirty Projectors: “Walking Away Was the Only Healthy Choice for Me”

The latest Dirty Projectors album is notable for the absence of Amber Coffman, following her breakup with frontman Dave Longstreth. Last night, Coffman released a statement…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

Lenny Kravitz Will Perform Prince Tribute at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony

Lenny Kravitz will pay tribute to Prince at this year's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, the Hall revealed this morning. Other newly announced performers…
Anna Gaca / March 29, 2017

Skrillex to Computer During Spoon Collaboration: “Bah!”

On their great new album Hot Thoughts, Spoon augment their immaculate rock'n'roll songwriting with a battery of synths and studio ear candy, approaching something like their own…
Andy Cush / March 28, 2017

Watch a Sweet Short Film Inspired by Tegan and Sara’s “U-Turn”

Tegan and Sara already released a music video for each and every song on their sparkling 2016 album Love You to Death, but hey, what's one more? Today, the…
Anna Gaca / March 28, 2017
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