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Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason Thinks U2’s Album Release ‘Devalues’ Music

The surprise release of U2's new album Songs of Innocence has drawn criticism from pretty much all sides since it dropped in September, but the…
Colin Joyce / November 2, 2014

Roger Waters Still Not a Member of Pink Floyd, Confirms Roger Waters

Some things never change. Except, they totally do. Roger Waters helped found Pink Floyd in 1965, but he left the band in 1985. Though he…
James Grebey / October 2, 2014

Pink Floyd Preview ‘The Endless River,’ an Album 20 Years in the Making

More than two decades after the release of Pink Floyd's last album, The Division Bell, the band suddenly finds itself amidst a rollout for a…
Colin Stutz / September 24, 2014

Pink Floyd Announce Their First Album in 20 Years, ‘The Endless River’

It's been over 20 years since Pink Floyd released their last album The Division Bell, but it may not seem like that long, at least…
Colin Joyce / July 7, 2014

Hear Flaming Lips’ Answer Album to Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’

Five years after unveiling their cover of Pink Floyd's entire Dark Side of the Moon, the Flaming Lips are revisiting that classic album with a…
Dan Reilly / March 31, 2014

Napster Documentary Shows Music Industry’s Past, Future

In June 1999, a sole teenager forever altered the landscape of recorded music with the launch of Napster. It wasn't the first peer-to-peer file-sharing network,…
Adam K. Raymond / June 28, 2013

Five Artists Who Still Say No to Streaming

With Pink Floyd bowing before the beast this week and allowing Spotify to stream its music, one of the biggest digital-music holdouts has finally relented.
Adam K. Raymond / June 20, 2013

Pink Floyd Unlock Entire Catalog on Spotify

Pink Floyd's entire catalog is now available for streaming on Spotify. The beloved band's body of work was unlocked after fans streamed the song "Wish…
Kyle McGovern / June 18, 2013

Dark Side of the Mat: Surviving Pink Floyd Laser Yoga

Pink Floyd Laser Yoga is precisely that: yoga set to Pink Floyd with projections and lasers. Portland, Oregon-based instructor Chris Calarco has been teaching it…

Storm Thorgerson, ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Designer, Dead at 69

Storm Thorgerson — the British visual artist who designed several iconic album covers, including the artwork for Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon…
Kyle McGovern / April 18, 2013

Beak> Transform Pink Floyd’s ‘Welcome to the Machine’ into a Motorik Dream

When Geoff Barrow isn't busy inspiring the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, producing rap albums for Stones Throw, picking fights with Amy Winehouse, or teasing upcoming activity…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2013

The Library of Congress Just Got Into the Ramones, Pink Floyd

Pink Floyd, the Ramones, Janis Joplin, and more have moved onto the great gig in the sky: Some of their most notable works have been…
Kyle McGovern / March 21, 2013

Roger Waters Continues Crusade Against Israel, Calls for Another Musical Boycott

In what's becoming an annual tradition for the curmudgeonly former Pink Floyd frontman, Roger Waters has once again asked his fellow musicians to refrain from…
Daniel Kreps / March 20, 2013

‘Forbes’ Magazine’s Highest Paid Musician Doesn’t Make Music Anymore

Forbes has released its annual list of the 25 highest paid musicians and the top spot has gone to someone who doesn't make music anymore.
Kyle McGovern / November 29, 2012

Can the Smiths’ Mutual Hatred of David Cameron Inspire a Reunion?

British Prime Minister David Cameron may be a long-time fan of the Smiths and Pink Floyd, but members of both bands seriously hate his guts.
Devon Maloney / March 2, 2012
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