The Hummingbird follow-up lands in September.
Chris Brown searches for his lost love in his new video for "Grass Ain't Greener." Continue reading…
?Lit Daw, Lit Eyne And Lit Internet Open Up About The Group's Murky Origins Over An Encrypted Russian Messaging App.
Reinventing a disco classic.
Pussy Riot is the first announcement of the programming for the spoken word/comedy/podcast/panel stage of the festival. Continue reading…
Sheida Soleimani is reclaiming the stories of mothers and daughters silenced by political persecution in the Middle East.
A relaxing 9-track release from the alluring singer.
Glasslands’s former owners are designing a 24,000 square foot space for the borough’s creative minds.
Reading & Leeds Boss Melvin Benn On Grime, Future Headliners And Gender Equality On Festival Bills
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There are certain milestones no world-famous rock star ever forgets. The first time he hears his voice on the radio. That first big appearance on American television. The first gold record. The first time he, his lead guitarist, and their respective wives unwittingly drop acid that’s been put in their coffee by their lecherous, turned-on dentist. Show More Summary
Chicago rapper King Yella is trying to turn over a new leaf with his latest track but he ended up getting shot. Continue reading…
Young Thug's mixtape cover for 'No, My Name is Jeffery' is getting memed to death on social media. Continue reading…
It's The First Album From The American Electronic Group Since 2012's 'Kill For Love.'
He's on an ultralight beam.
Photos And Words From Two Star-crossed Lovers Who Tied The Knot In The Craziest Place On Earth.
A feel-good shoutout to London.
Nicolas Jaar has posted a new image to his Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. It resembles an album cover and suggests that the producer could be readying a new project, possibly called Sirens, which is written four times on the image. Show More Summary
Indie rock reigned supreme on late night talk shows last night. Continue reading…