Oh how the mighty have fallen.
Flea explains Red Hot Chili Peppers’ unplugged Super Bowl Halftime performance, plus Axl Rose weighs in
“…There was no need to plug in our guitars, so we did not.”
They’ll be performing music from their respective film.
More like Weekend at Thomie’s, for sure.
Their television debut.
Listen to “Latest Style”.
Benefits Oxfam’s Syria Crisis Appeal.
Thom Yorke and Co. preview their forthcoming world tour.
This isn’t the band you’re looking for.
Thom Yorke’s all-star side-project will play a series of European festivals.
They’re all arena rockers here.
Plus, the band discusses touring, Glastonbury, and Jack White.
Amok arrives in February.
Preview two of the album’s nine tracks.
Includes new track, “What The Eyeballs Did”.
“Default” now available on iTunes.
Flea “trips out at home,” while we trip trying to figure out the result.
“Name your own price” for digital download.
Long-in-the-works project will be released for free in a couple of days.
Get your Afrobeat groove on with Flea and Damon Albarn.
Preview a cut from Damon Albarn, Flea, and Tony Allen’s new project.
Erykah Badu-aided LP arrives in March.
Hear the efforts of Damon Albarn, Flea, and Tony Allen.
Watch live clips of the collective’s Friday night performance.
Albarn and co. also plan to tour as part of massive collective.
Klinghoffer brings new life, but it’s the older tricks that hurt.
An Honest Jon’s Chop Up to kick off the festival’s opening night.
And guess what? You’re the hunted!
Also, he’s teaming up with Flea for a new band.
Old guys rule!
I Feel Like Playing this September.
And it keeps getting better!
A sight for the books.
The hottest ticket of 2010? Um, yeah.
Song pretty much confirms Spike’s robot love story will be adorable.
Slash arrives this April.
Before we turn the page on the 2000s, we wanted to take one more look at the year that was the last 365 days.
Need I say more?