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Mashrou' Leila Are Banned from Jordan for Supporting LGBTQ Rights but Refuse to Be Censored

We talk to the wildly popular Lebanese band about their recent ban in the wake of the Jordanian conservative authorities pressuring the country's Ministry of Tourism.

Newswire: Kesha and Zedd’s new single drops a day early

Less that two weeks after making an appearance with Russian-born DJ Zedd onstage at Coachella, Kesha is once again making the news—but for her music this time. The duo has collaborated on a new single, “True Colors,” which they’ve been...Show More Summary

Anohni on Environmental and Body Politics

Anohni, the new incarnation of Antony Hegarty, spoke with VICE about her album HOPELESSNESS, the politics and environmental crisis its songs address, and controlling the intrusion of an artist’s body into her work. In reference to her...Show More Summary

Song of the Day: “Can’t Get Used to Losing You”

In the furor surrounding the unexpected release over the weekend of Beyonce’s “visual album” Lemonade, the general attitude toward Queen Bey’s newest creation is surprise, exuberance, and unadulterated glee. Much of the groundbreaking...Show More Summary

Huerco S. pulls the lever on his recliner, announces new ambient album on Proibito

Summer is the time to “chill,” supposedly, but chilling is also the prescription articulated by Kansas-born producer Huerco S. a.k.a. Brian Leeds in a recent interview, where he talked about the pressure for (or inclination of) danceable...Show More Summary

Travis – “Animals” (Stereogum Premiere)

Here’s a treat for everyone who’s ever wondered “Why Does It Always Rain On Me?” Or who remembers when Coldplay came on the scene seeming like a Travis ripoff band. Or who simply appreciates a well-written pop-rock tune with a light, effortless touch. Yep: Travis are back tomorrow with a new studio album, Everything At […]

Newswire: Drake’s track list for Views From The 6 has lots of songs but few surprises

Drake has just released the track list for Views From The 6, his fourth studio album, two days before it’s set to drop. And if the project has receded a bit from the pop-culture consciousness a bit, it’s not really Drake’s fault—he’s...Show More Summary

Beyoncé Pays Tribute to Prince With "Purple Rain" Singalong: Watch

Beyoncé commenced her Formation World Tour at Marlins Park in Miami last night, days after releasing Lemonade. As well as debuting many of the record's tracks, she led a singalong to Prince's "Purple Rain" and revived her version of Vanity 6 classic "Nasty Girl" in front of a huge purple screen. Show More Summary

Bill Evans: Sweden, 1970

2 days agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

In the spring of 1970, pianist Bill Evans was in Europe on tour with bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Marty Morell. They made stops in Finland, Denmark, Germany and Sweden. In Finland, he visited the home of composer Ilkka Kuusisto,...       Related Stories Bill Evans: Some Other Time Bill Evans: What Is There to Say? Bill Evans: Live at Town Hall  

This Video of Lit Performing in 1999 Is an Important Cultural Artifact of a Forgotten Time

Teenage girls, Drew Barrymore haircuts, biker bandanas, fist-pumping dads, pure enthusiasm, aviators, flames on shirts – this is a historical snapshot of a pop punk gig in the 90s.

I Spent 12 Hours At A Drone Festival And It Made The World Seem Like A Better Place

Basilica Hudson’s Annual Fest Celebrating Harsh Abstractions Proved The Proper Place To Overcome Some Of My Skepticism And Neuroses.

Alice Bag – “No Means No”

Alice Bag is a Latina punk rock pioneer and a product of the same scene that gave us Black Flag and the Germs. She founded the early LA punk band the Bags and was featured in the seminal documentary The Decline Of Western Civilization. More recently, she’s written a couple of books, and now she’s […]

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