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How does a person’s intelligence relate to the type of music they listen to? For the last several years, a software application writer by the name of Virgil Griffith has charted musical tastes based on the average SAT scores of …
The South Park creators make sense of a world cast into fear, paranoia, and violence... with puppets.
Plus, they'll be appearing on The Daily Show.
Good films create buzz, but movies like this create conversations.
The 90-minute documentary follows Bronx native and professional impersonator, Louis Ortiz.
The end of American musical festivals as we know and love them?
Cream: 1966-1972 includes all six live and studio LPs.
The Australian pop star gives classic Broadway material a 21st century edge.
Due out in December, the LP is culled from an intimate live show from 1977.
The Dodos, Jessie Ware, The Pop Group, and Thee Oh Sees highlight initial lineup.
English rockers take on large scale issues with their debut.
A rarity included on the forthcoming reissue of Led Zeppelin IV, part of the band's year-long archival campaign.
Hip-hop duo's debut EP, Insomnia, arrives early next year.
Plus, hear his cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams".
The Flaming Lips cover The Beatles' classic Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with help from 26 (!) featured artists.
Yet another young Chicago rock band off to a promising start.
Harlem's Michael Coomer continues to stretch his chameleonic wings.
Two Songs of Innocence for the UK music program.
Meanwhile, her actual single "Welcome to New York" is only No. 2.
Another preview of Bloodshot Records' upcoming covers compilation, While No One Was Looking.