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The Dominic Simper puppet is pretty spot on.
Rocky starts to see the bigger picture.
Durk's major label debut isn't as substantial as the anticipation around it.
The Bill & Ted actor-turned-documentarian discusses his powerful new film about freedom in the Information Age
Recorded alongside Nico “Donnie Trumpet” and members of The Social Experiment.
Sony unable to strike a deal with high-fidelity streaming service.
Roger Waters and Nick Mason return to the site of their formation.
Plus, the band announces an archival book of concert posters.
It's weird feeling empty after watching a Cameron Crowe film.
Swedish hardcore punks' first record store performance since 1995.
It's the stoner action comedy we want and deserve.
A stripped down session of songs from their latest record, + -.
The young drummer asked the Minor Threat frontman to call him.
Philly rockers grapple with nostalgia on the latest cut off Cemetery Highrise Slum.
Taken from the Portland duo's forthcoming album, Arcadia.
A very special midnight screening of Blue Velvet at The Music Box Theatre.
The New York songwriter dives into the inspiration behind her most personal album to date
Plus, check out new song "Everyday" and a batch of US tour dates.
A new track from the international supergroup's debut LP.
A man goes through a mid-life crisis in the band's latest video in support of Brill Bruisers.