Eddie Vedder Was ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ at a Chicago Cubs Benefit Concert This Weekend

The list of places Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder is likely to show up unannounced keeps getting longer, and we can now add "professional baseball benefit concerts" to a list…
Anna Gaca / June 19, 2016

Prince Be of P.M. Dawn Dies at 46

Attrell Cordes, a.k.a. rapper Prince Be of P.M. Dawn, died yesterday at age 46. The cause of death was kidney disease resulting from diabetes, the group stated…
Anna Gaca / June 18, 2016

Take a Brief Vacation to Denmark With Video of Sun Kil Moon at Heartland Festival

Sun Kil Moon performed at Denmark's Heartland Festival last weekend, and while you may not have been at the festival's waterside castle (!) grounds, there is some professional footage of the performance.
Anna Gaca / June 18, 2016

Jenny Lewis’ New Supergroup Nice As F**k Open the ‘Door’

Rainbow-suited rock maven Jenny Lewis' new super-trio, Nice As F**k (or "F*#k", to quote the logo), has shared their first studio recording, "Door." Lewis quietly formed the…
Anna Gaca / June 18, 2016

At the Drive-In Cancel Remaining North American Tour Dates

Veteran post-hardcore band At the Drive-In have canceled their remaining North American tour dates, after calling off last night's show at New York City's Terminal 5 just…
Anna Gaca / June 18, 2016

Istanbul Listening Party for Radiohead’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ Reportedly Attacked

Update: Radiohead have responded to the attack on their Istanbul listening event: Our hearts go out to those attacked tonight at Velvet IndieGround in Istanbul.
Brennan Carley / June 17, 2016

Chicago Hip-Hop Group Goodbye Tomorrow Release ‘Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp’

There's still not a lot known about the hip-hop group Goodbye Tomorrow besides the fact they're from Chicago. They're enigmatic but they are at least…
Brian Josephs / June 17, 2016

Seinabo Sey Honors Max Martin With ‘As Long As You Love Me’ Cover

Pop hit-maker Max Martin was honored at Sweden's Polar Music Prize ceremony last night, and a batch of the country's finest musicians lined up to…
Brennan Carley / June 17, 2016

Descendents Rock Out in Concert in Their ‘Victim of Me’ Video

Punk et al. comeback month begins in July with a new Blink-182 album and ends with a Descendents project. Hypercaffium Spazzinate, the group's first since 2004's Cool to…
Brian Josephs / June 17, 2016

Katy B Lights the Summer on Fire With Furious, Fierce ‘Freak Like Me’

Katy B's new album Honey is only a couple of months old, but the British club singer is already back with "Freak Like Me," a 0-to-100 dance…
Brennan Carley / June 17, 2016

Allow Usher’s Mesmerizing New Video to ‘Crash’ Your Party

Usher is angling for a top spot on your summer playlist, and to that end, he's got a video for his heartbroken-but-still-awfully-catchy new single, "Crash." Directed by Christopher…
Anna Gaca / June 17, 2016

Alicia Keys Tones Things Down for ‘Hallelujah’

Alicia Keys is gearing up to release her untitled follow-up to Girl on Fire this year, with the airy dance number "In Common" serving as the lead single.
Brian Josephs / June 17, 2016

Stream Swans’ New Album ‘The Glowing Man’

After sharing the title track and "When Will I Return," Swans have returned with their 14th studio album The Glowing Man. It is the fourth album since…
Brian Josephs / June 17, 2016

Meat Loaf Collapses Onstage in Edmonton, Canada

Update: Meat Loaf's official Facebook page has posted a statement, saying his collapse was caused by "severe dehydration" and assuring fans that the star's "vital signs are stable and normal."
Anna Gaca / June 17, 2016

Phantogram Bring an Angular ‘You Don’t Get Me High Anymore’ to ‘Fallon’

Phantogram have a new single, "You Don't Get Me High Anymore," and their newly announced album Three is officially on the way. All that remains was…
Anna Gaca / June 17, 2016

Lil Wayne Rides the Concrete Wave in ‘Skate it Off’ Video

Lil Wayne may have started this week on an ominous note (he reportedly suffered two seizures on a cross-country flight), but things are looking up.
Rachel Brodsky / June 17, 2016

Rihanna Busts a Move in Flashy ‘This Is What You Came For’ Video

Rihanna and Calvin Harris have a new video for their most recent collaboration, "This Is What You Came For." Directed by Emil Nava, the clip…
Rachel Brodsky / June 17, 2016

Christina Aguilera Drops Emotionally Resonant New Single, ‘Change’

Pop superstar Christina Aguilera dropped her last, critically under-appreciated album Lotus way back in 2012, but tonight she's sprung a surprise release on iTunes called "Change." It's a…
Brennan Carley / June 16, 2016

Listen to White Lung Cover Guns N’ Roses’ ‘Used to Love Her’

Still promoting their recently released album Paradise, garage-punk crew White Lung stopped by SiriusXMU this week to perform a live session that featured a cover…
Rachel Brodsky / June 16, 2016

Gone Is Gone Share Remarkably Uncreative New Video for ‘Stolen From Me’

Since they announced themselves in April, Gone Is Gone have shared the first three songs from their forthcoming self-titled album, due out July 8. They're back…
Anna Gaca / June 16, 2016
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