• Grimes Scraps Album Rihanna Go

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    Any fans of Grimes know that she's a thoughtful, sensitive person. She's written well-reasoned screeds against drugs and sexism, and recently caught a good amount of crap for protesting the ALS Ice Bucket challenge on the grounds that the ALS Association tests on animals, not to mention that she didn't want to waste water during the California drought."All these people with AL.S were like, 'You're the worst person ever.' I was crying for days," she revealed in a New York Times Magazine profile. Naturally, her critics didn't seem to register the part where she donated to the Malala Fund, a charity that supports education for girls, instead.

  • Jack White 'Would You Fight For My Love' Video

    Jack White Brings 'Shining' Vibes to 'Would You Fight For My Love?' Video

    If Jack White's video for "Would You Fight for My Love?" isn't a direct homage to The Shining, the Third Man boss has some subliminal Stephen King/Stanley Kubrick vibes swimming around in that neatly coiffed head of his. Directed by Robert Hales, the blue-hued visual for the Lazaretto cut finds White sitting alone in a bar, with members of his backing band lounging in booths nearby, before some freaky stuff starts to happen.Here's where we'll get all Room 237 on you. The video was filmed in the Cruise Room, "Denver's original post-prohibition bar, located in the Oxford Hotel." The Shining features a beautiful art deco bar located in a Colorado hotel where the main character, Jack (!), nurses his sorrows, worrying that his cabin fever might bring back his violent temper.

  • Iggy Azalea Sex Tape Lawyers

    Iggy Azalea's Lawyers Say Sex Tape Might Exist, Show Her as a Minor

    Sigh. Just after Iggy Azalea categorially denied ever taking part in a sex tape and saying anyone who tries to "profit off someone else's intimate moments against their will is a sex offender," her lawyers are saying that the alleged video, which is being shopped to adult entertainment company Vivid, might be very well be real, with some disgusting details. As TMZ reports, Azalea's legal team say that any sex videos starring the "Fancy" rapper would come from an ex-boyfriend who's a "spurned business suitor." The video, should it come to light, might also have been shot "without her knowledge or consent" and quite possibly when she was a minor. See? We told you it was disgusting.This is quite the about-face from yesterday, when her reps told the Huffington Post that "it is categorically not Iggy Azalea in the video in question.

  • Ryan Adams 'Gimme Something Good' Letterman encore

    Ryan Adams' 'Gimme Something Good' Is So Nice Letterman Has Him Play Twice

    Last we saw Ryan Adams on late-night TV, he brought his new band, the Shining, to The Tonight Show for a rendition of his new album's standout track, "Gimme Something Good." Nearly a month later, Adams came back to the small screen for another go-round of the song on Letterman, this time showing off a lot more confidence and comfort with his backing group and the track itself — not to mention that same denim jacket he's been wearing everywhere. The performance was so good that Letterman urged Adams and co. to do "just a little bit more," a request that Adams obliged, starting the song over as the credits rolled. This caps a busy week for the prolific singer-songwriter. Aside from performing four Hüsker Dü tracks with Bob Mould at a New York concert, Adams also released a series of bizarre promotional videos for his new album, Ryan Adams.

  • Lykke Li U2 Collaboration 'The Troubles' 'Songs for Innocence'

    Lykke Li Learns That U2 Are Kind of a Big Deal After Collaborating on 'The Troubles'

    By now you've almost certainly heard about the out-of-the-blue release of U2's new album, Songs of Innocence, and chances are, it's already on your phone, computer, or whatever device you have that uses iTunes. The 11-song LP closes with the wrencing track, "The Troubles," and features the vocal talents of Lykke Li, who represents the only guest star on the album (unless you count producer Danger Mouse, who's influence is always palpable).  In an interview with Rolling Stone, the 28-year-old Swedish singer revealed that she was "lying upside down" at her chiropractor's office when she found out about the album's Apple-sponsored release. It certainly came as a surprise, just like when Danger Mouse invited her to be on the album. "He texted me, 'Hey, do you want to sing on a U2 track?'" she says. "And I'm like, 'Yeah, I don't know.

  • Robert 'Throb' Young Primal Scream guitarist dead dies died obituary 49

    Primal Scream Guitarist Robert 'Throb' Young Is Dead at 49

    Former Primal Scream guitarist Robert "Throb" Young has died at the age of 49. According to The Guardian, he was found dead in his Sussex home on Tuesday, September 9. The cause of his death is still unknown, but police are not treating it as suspicious.The band's publicist confirmed the news, with frontman Bobby Gillespie and rhythm guitarist Andrew Innes releasing the following statement: We have lost our comrade and brother Robert Young. A beautiful and deeply soulful man. He was an irreplaceable talent, much admired amongst his peers, In the words of Johnny Marr "Throb with a gold top Les Paul – unbeatable"He was a true rock and roller. He walked the walk. He had "Heart & Soul"tattooed on his arm and i'm sure on his heart too.

  • paul mccartney, video game, destiny

    Here's Paul McCartney's Cheesy Video Game Song, 'Hope for the Future'

    Paul McCartney has already been immortalized in the video game world with 2009's The Beatles: Rock Band, and now the all-time great is taking his talents to that realm and providing original music for the new first-person shooter Destiny. On top of an original score he wrote with composers Mike Salvatori and Marty O'Donnell, McCartney contributed the game's theme song, "Hope for the Future," which plays over the end credits. Sad to say, this one might even sound out of place in a cheesy '80s movie, let alone a state-of-the-art game about killing invading aliens.

  • Death From Above 1979 'Trainwreck 1979' video 'Letterman' 'Physical World'

    Death From Above 1979 Shred 'Trainwreck 1979' With Paul Shaffer on 'Letterman'

    Now that Death From Above 1979's first album in 10 years, The Physical World, is out, the Canadian synth-punk duo stopped by The Late Show With David Letterman to perform the LP's glitchy lead single, "Trainwreck 1979." To flesh out their already blistering sound, Sebastien Grainger and John F. Keeler were joined by Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra, Letterman's house band, letting the DFA 1979 cohorts to focus on their drum-and-bass attack. "How about them guys?" Letterman said, before pointing at one of the house band's members and saying, "That could've been you, buddy!" The Physical World is available now via via Last Gang. 

  • Kanye west hospitalized australia melbourne migraine seizure

    Kanye West Performs in Australia After Brief Hospital Stay

    Kanye West had a brief health scare in Australia on Wednesday, September 10, reportedly undergoing an emergency MRI after being rushed to a Melbourne hospital. He was apparently diagnosed with a migraine and was able to perform his second of two shows at Rod Laver Arena later that night.The reports come from two tabloids, Australia's Woman's Day, and the States' very own TMZ. The former spoke with an eyetwitness, Loraine Terry, whose daughter was undergoing an MRI at the same hospital. "Everyone was moved out of the waiting and consulting rooms. We were the only ones left apart from doctors and nurses — we couldn't leave as the MRI wasn't finished," she said. "Next thing we knew, Kanye was stretchered in surrounded by security. He had one side of his face covered with something white.

  • Meghan Trainor Fallon Roots 'All About That Bass' Video TOnight Show

    Meghan Trainor, Jimmy Fallon, and the Roots Perform 'All About That Bass' With Toys

    On top of being a big part of The Summer of Ass, Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" has made it so far into the pop culture universe that she got the revered Jimmy Fallon-Roots toy-instrument send-up, an honor previously bestowed upon "Let It Go," "Call Me Maybe," and "Blurred Lines." The 20-year-old visited The Tonight Show to perform the body-positive hit with Fallon and his elite house band, imbuing it with the childlike charm that's become the host's trademark trait. In case you're wondering exactly who is playing what, the show helpfully provided the full credits:Jimmy Fallon — wood block, bass drum, Casio keyboardMeghan Trainor — vocals, triangleQuestlove — hand clappersMark Kelley — kazooKamal Gray — xylophoneJames Poyser — melodicaCaptain Kirk — ukuleleFrank Knuckles — bongosTuba Gooding Jr.

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