Funk legends return in September with their first full-length effort in over 25 years.
Including Jack White’s initial impressions of Yeah Yeahs, Bruce Springsteen’s pep talk to Conor Oberst, and that time Peter Doherty propositioned The Strokes’ Nick Valensi.
In support of their eleventh studio effort, Pollinator.
Featuring contributions from Sia, Charli XCX, Dev Hynes, Johnny Marr, and Joan Jett.
Eleven albums later, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein still know how to throw a party.
Baltimore synthpop band returns with the follow-up to their breakthrough effort, Singles.
Samuel T. Herring is still one of the hardest-working vocalists in this industry.
The Festival of Disruption brings art to Los Angeles and healing to those in pain.
Plus, check out the music video for “Augustine”.
The Cupid Deluxe follow-up touches on “issues of race, religion, sex, and sexism.”
Debbie Harry, Laurie Anderson, Cat Power, and The Mountain Goats also part of all-star event at Carnegie Hall.
In which Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Lemmy, and many others left little to the imagination.