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Mark Kozelek Is Releasing a Spoken-Word Album of Poetry Written By ‘Street Kids in Argentina’

It turns out that the immensely talented but controversial singer-songwriter Mark Kozelek has a charitable side, albeit a bit of a strange one. The singer-songwriter — who performs as Su…
By: James Grebey / July 7, 2015

Tame Impala Premiered the Deeply Funky ‘The Less I Know the Better’

"Don't make me wait forever," croons Kevin Parker, and it's nice to see he takes his own advice: his psychedelic rock outfit Tame Impala ha…
By: Harley Brown / July 7, 2015

Migos Tease Upcoming Album With the Noisy ‘Pipe It Up’

Atlanta's Migos are one of those groups whose output has been insanely prolific, dropping song after song, always keeping the trio's name on fans' minds.
By: Brennan Carley / July 7, 2015

Caribou’s Daphni Side Project Shares Otherworldly ‘Vikram’

Caribou's Dan Snaith has returned to his dance-y Daphni project today to unleash the latest in a string of dreamy bangers under that name. Thi…
By: Colin Joyce / July 7, 2015

Fan Critically Injured After Fall at Grateful Dead’s Final Show in Chicago

The Grateful Dead closed the curtain on their career with a farewell concert on Sunday night at Chicago's Soldier Field. Longtime followers of the beloved band were…
By: Brennan Carley / July 7, 2015

Thurston Moore and Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina Discuss Putin and FIFA

Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore was playing a show with his band in London yesterday when the post-punk great was joined by a member of the…
By: James Grebey / July 7, 2015

Watch U2 and a U2 Cover Band Cover U2’s ‘Desire’

U2's been on something of a quiet redemption tour since cramming their most recent album Songs of Innocence onto people's iPhones last fall. From busking in a New…
By: Brennan Carley / July 7, 2015

Dave Grohl Covered Neil Young at Motorcycle Rally With Ex-Members of Pearl Jam, Blind Melon

Dave Grohl really isn't going to let that broken leg slow him down. On the same day that he performed a…
By: Colin Joyce / July 7, 2015

Chris Cornell Reissues Debut Solo LP Under New Title ‘Euphoria Mourning’

Chris Cornell's first solo album opened with a track called "Can't Change Me," but what you can change, it turns out, is the title of…
By: Colin Joyce / July 7, 2015

Sophie’s ‘Lemonade’ Soundtracks Ad for McDonald’s Lemonade

PC Music's pseudo-pop predilections seem to have finally launched one of the producers in its loose orbit fully toward the mainstream. Sophie, a longtime friend…
By: Colin Joyce / July 7, 2015
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