The 11-track collection features André 3000, Smokey Robinson, late rapper Nate Dogg, and Brandy.
Nothing beats the visual sensation when ink collides with paper.
The book, which arrives October 30th via Z2 Comics, focuses on the mythology surrounding the Japanese pop-metal band.
It’s all happening.
Plus, the Australian multi-instrumentalist reveals fall North American tour dates.
If the album’s as good as the cover, it’ll be worth the wait.
For the 14-track collection, Mitski “experimented in narrative and fiction.” Plus, she’s announced supporting tour dates.
It’s not as shocking as No Love Deep Web’s infamous artwork, but it’s definitely grosser.
DEVO: The Brand / DEVO: Unmasked boasts special photographs and artwork, as well as exclusive commentary from founding members Gerald Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh.
Like her parents, young Blu Ivy has a taste for the finer things.
Plus, the Northampton indie rockers reveal summer tour dates.
Wharfer announces new album, The Road Dissolved the View, details Origins of new single “Lumière”: Stream
Grouper, the 1984 film Paris, Texas, and more inspired the Brooklyn-based songwriter’s latest project.