Rick Astley covered Foo Fighters’ “Everlong” to promote a benefit concert he’s playing in London on 12/23 in support of the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Foundation. Astley’s latest album, 50, was released this year. Watch him do “Everlong” below.
Last month, Creation Records founder Alan McGee claimed that the Jesus And Mary Chain, the great ’80s and ’90s noise-pop alchemists, had recorded a new album and that it would be coming out in March. This was fucking awesome news; in all their years as functioning recording artists, the Jesus And Mary Chain never recorded […]
A soulful history of childhood.
The Oakland singer will kick off the expansive set of shows in February.
Princess Nokia and others explain how they find strength in faith.
Invisible City Editions talk about their new storefront in Toronto.
“Told my Mama keep her head up/ I won’t let up.”
It’s a dancefloor bop to get his city through the winter.
Watch the video for her latest single, “I Know I Know.”
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Day 12 features tracks from Trace Adkins, Toby Keith, Martina McBride, Wynonna, and The Little Willies.
The iconic producer shared multiple beat snippets on Instagram with the caption “Playing 45s in da lab with Kanye West.”
Reebok is reworking a few of their favorite models as a part of the 58 Bright Street Collection, and the results are pretty inspired. Continue reading…
TMZ reported that Kanye built a temporary studio in his Bel-Air home.
Bobby Shmurda may have the opportunity to receive a reduced prison sentence if he decides to accept a plea deal. Continue reading…
On his new studio album, Young takes on Standing Rock.
Greg Lake, the vocalist and bass player for 1970's progressive rock groups Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and King Crimson, has died of cancer, his former manager reported on Thursday.
For the ninth straight year, I am aggregating every online year-end book list I find. As the lists appear online, I will add them to the master list, updating daily. The Master List of Online "Best Books of 2016"...
Petrol Girls From: London, England There's a line that goes from The Au Pairs through Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear and Savages right to London quartet Petrol Girls. This isn't simply because they are largely female bands, nor because they...Show More Summary
Since 2005, SoCal Deadheads have gathered on Thanksgiving to play some tunes with local Grateful Dead tribute band Cubensis and support a good cause.