Featuring Big Red Machine (aka The National’s Aaron Dessner and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon).
A very green performance of the recently released demo track.
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the icons’ first show.
Honoring R.E.M.’s 40th anniversary, The Strokes’ return, and The Stand’s new relevance.
The legendary frontman returns with a hopeful message as the world as we know it ends.
A journey that began in tiny Athens, Georgia, and ended up changing the world as we know it.
Former bandmates release statements remembering the recently deceased musician.
Also trending are two tracks called “Work From Home” as well as “My Sharona”, which rhymes with “corona.”
No cause of death was reported, but the accomplished drummer was apparently battling cancer.
On hand washing: “Don’t sing Happy Birthday twice. It’s too depressing. Find some other song.”
The song currently sits at No. 64 on the iTunes singles charts — and it’s climbing higher with each passing hour.
Elton John, Slayer Jimmy Eat World, and Sonic Youth also lost recordings in the blaze.