“Apple is so fucking annoyingly quiet about the fact they’ve raised $75 million.”
And thus, they have bank accounts rivaling a small country’s GDP.
Crayon and marker recreations of records from The Beatles, U2, The Flaming Lips, and much more.
You’ve never heard Nirvana, The Rolling Stones, and especially Rihanna this way.
Musicians who force us to draw a line in the sand.
They’re heading back into the studio with Adele’s producers.
They weren’t always members of the 1%.
Bono and Co. showcase their Oscar-nominated song.
A rooftop performance of “Invisible” and an acoustic rendition of “Ordinary Love”.
U2 and Pharrell will also take the stage.
Their Super Bowl commercial, expanded.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon nabs Arcade Fire, Justin Timberlake, U2, and Lady Gaga for first week of shows
Fallon starts off his new gig with a little help from his friends.
The first track off the band’s upcoming 13th album.
U2 to appear alongside Will Smith on February 17th episode.
Ebert now has something in common with Trent Reznor.
Surprise show took place at a benefit event for Haiti.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
The band and festival have mutual interest.
Your picks for Album, Song, Band, Festival of the Year, et al.
“They are going back to their spiritual home.”
The latest from “UNDER THE CVRS” cuts close to the core.
A star-studded karaoke session in the name of charity.
Written for the forthcoming Nelson Mandela biopic.
With Danger Mouse handling production.
Revisiting U2’s biggest show before they were the world’s biggest band.
Guess who’s coming to dinner?
Arcade Fire’s latest hurrah makes for a dancey countdown.
10x better than you think.
Plus, the band’s new studio album is almost finished.
Amnesty International compiles Human Rights Concerts in box set, featuring Radiohead, Springsteen, and U2
Over 17 hours of material included.