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Reports: Fyre Staff and “A-List Talent” Warned Not to Attend Nightmare Festival

Fyre employees and "A-list names" were warned to stay away from this weekend’s disastrous festival in the Bahamas, according to reports in Motherboard and Page Six.
Taylor Berman / April 28, 2017

“I’m the One” Shows DJ Khaled Will Never Stop Having Fun

What does a DJ Khaled record really sound like? From breakout tracks "We Takin' Over," "I'm So Hood," and "All I Do Is Win" to…
Rob Arcand / April 28, 2017

The 21 Best Pop-Punk Choruses of the 21st Century

Earlier this week, our colleagues at Billboard released a list of the 100 Greatest Choruses of the 21st Century, an audacious undertaking that highlighted the most…
SPIN Staff / April 28, 2017

Mary J. Blige Thrives With Kaytranada and BADBADNOTGOOD on “Telling the Truth”

There are many gravity-shifting R&B artists who refuse to suture their emotional wounds. What makes Mary J. Blige one of the genre's most compelling voices is…
Brian Josephs / April 28, 2017

Speedy Ortiz Cover TV On The Radio for Planned Parenthood Compilation

With recent attacks on women's reproductive freedom and affordable healthcare, artists like Alex G, Speedy Ortiz, Porches, and The Lemon Twigs have banded together to create a new…
Emma May / April 28, 2017

Ja Rule Apologizes for Fyre Festival Nightmare: “This Is NOT MY FAULT But I’m Taking Responsibility”

As the final concertgoers from this weekend’s post-apocalyptic nightmare of a festival in the Bahamas wait for transport off the island, Fyre Festival co-founder Ja…
Taylor Berman / April 28, 2017

Sufjan Stevens Announces New Carrie and Lowell Compilation

Earlier today, Sufjan Stevens released a live version of his deeply personal album Carrie and Lowell. Hours later, he announced another adaptation of Carrie and Lowell…
Rob Arcand / April 28, 2017

Hear the Shimmering “4xAtlantis take1,” a Previously Unreleased Aphex Twin Demo

Aphex Twin's archives run deep. Before the release of his comeback opus Syro in 2014, the virtuosic electronic musician hadn't released any new music in about a…
Andy Cush / April 28, 2017

Katy Perry and Migos’ “Bon Appétit” Is Here to Spoil Your Appetite

Hello, here's "Bon Appétit," Katy Perry's drooling one-trick pony of a new single, also featuring Migos. It's about food and none-too-coded references to Katy Perry's vagina, and it will make…
Anna Gaca / April 28, 2017

The Disastrous Fyre Fest Isn’t the First Sketchy Business Venture From Co-Founder Billy McFarland

Much has been made of the fact that Fyre Festival, the luxury music fest turned Lord of the Flies scenario going down in the Bahamas this…
Andy Cush / April 28, 2017

Stream Kweku Collins’ New EP grey

Friday's throng of new music also includes Kweku Collins' new EP grey, his follow-up to his exceptional 2016 project Nat Love. The multifaceted Illinois native's new release comes…
Brian Josephs / April 28, 2017

Review: Feist’s Pleasure Finds Fun Through the Unexpected

Discounting the outliers, Leslie Feist’s music is consistent and realized. She's an art-folkie in the Mitchell/Dylan tradition or, among contemporaries, akin to Jesca Hoop or…
Katherine St. Asaph / April 28, 2017

Stream Ryan Adams’ 17-Track Prisoner B-Sides

Ryan Adams' recent album Prisoner wrung pain and heartbreak from the musician's threadbare guitar lines, and it turns out he had more in store. Back…
Rob Arcand / April 28, 2017

Metallica Help Tribute Band Replace Their Equipment After It Was Stolen

When a Washington-based Metallica tribute band called Blistered Earth played in Portland on Saturday (April 23), their tour van was robbed and their equipment—guitars, amps,…
Taylor Weatherby, Billboard / April 28, 2017

The War on Drugs Announce U.S., European Tour Dates

Philadelphia indie rock outfit The War on Drugs announced a fall tour that criss-crosses both American and Europe. The dates come on the heels of…
Emma May / April 28, 2017

PJ Harvey – “I’ll Be Waiting”

After debuting the track "A Dog Called Money" yesterday, songwriting icon PJ Harvey has officially released the single today along with a new song called…
Rob Arcand / April 28, 2017

Fyre Festival, Ja Rule’s Luxury Music Fest in the Bahamas, Is a Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare

The Fyre Festival, a luxury music fest in the Exuma Islands of the Bahamas, promised wealthy music fans "a cultural moment created from a blend…
Andy Cush / April 28, 2017

Harry Styles Announces World Tour

Harry Styles has announced a world tour in support of his debut solo album. The One Direction member will be making 13 stops in the…
Emma May / April 28, 2017

Liam Gallagher Reviews Gorillaz, Declares War on Noel and “That Gobshite Out of Blur”

The newly released Gorillaz album includes a song Damon Albarn made with help from Noel Gallagher, his former rival from back in the Blur vs. Oasis days. What would other…
Anna Gaca / April 28, 2017
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