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Florence + the Machine Cut This Weekend’s Coachella Set to 30 Minutes

According to Coachella's official website, Florence + the Machine have cut their performance time at the festival's second weekend down to a mere…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Father John Misty Trolls Record Store Day With ‘I Loved You, Honeybee’

Father John Misty — who put out one of SPIN's favorite records of the year in January, I Love You, Honeybear — has just…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Ex-Crystal Castles’ Alice Glass Hits Back at Former Bandmate Ethan Kath, Calls Him ‘Manipulative’

When Crystal Castles — now just Ethan Kath — released a new song called "Frail" yesterday, it was accompanied by a caption in Soundcloud…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 17, 2015

Young Thug Kicks Stacks of Money Around in ‘Constantly Hating’ Video

In his new "Constantly Hating" music video — taken from his fresh-off-the-presses Barter 6, a mixtape that comes months before his full-length debut, Hy!£UN35…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Black Sabbath’s Bill Ward Fires Back at Ozzy Osbourne on Facebook

If you get into a fight on the Internet, in a sense, you've already lost right off the bat. Tell that to Black Sabbath'…
By: James Grebey / April 17, 2015

The Five Most Illuminating Things From Courtney Love’s ‘V Magazine’ Interview

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck arrives on HBO on May 4 (it also opens in select theaters on April 24), and as part of…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 17, 2015

The Trailer for ‘Dope,’ the Movie Starring A$AP Rocky, Is Here

The trailer for the Sundance Film Festival darling and vehicle for A$AP Rocky's acting debut, Dope, dropped today, and it looks pretty solid.
By: James Grebey / April 17, 2015

Mad Decent Block Party 2015 Lineup: Tyler, the Creator, Major Lazer, Cashmere Cat, and More

This year's batch of cross-country, genre-bending Mad Decent Block Party festivals have announced their preliminary lineups. While they differ by city, standouts on the bill…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Green Day Turn Back Time at the House of Blues

Besides the Foo Fighters' Record Store Day gig, the most in-demand ticket in Northeast Ohio this week was Green Day's Thursday…
By: Annie Zaleski / April 17, 2015

Faith No More Launch First American Tour in 18 Years

It's been 18 years since Faith No More released an album or embarked on a North American tour, but on Wednesday, the alt-metal band…
By: James Grebey / April 17, 2015

Watch Bon Iver Play a Stripped-Down Version of Spoon’s ‘Inside Out’

Update: Spoon have also shared a stripped-back demo version of "Inside Out" courtesy of Song Exploder. Listen here. As a teaser…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Twin Shadow’s Tour Bus Has Reportedly Crashed

Twin Shadow and his band — who are currently on the road in support of Eclipse — have reportedly been involved i…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 17, 2015

A$AP Rocky Fought With Someone in a London Bagel Store

During a stopover in London yesterday, Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky found himself in the middle of an altercation with an object-throwing passerby…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Q&A: Nobody Puts Wire in a Corner

Shape-shifting art-punks Wire have no desire to be just any one thing. Best known for their wildly different first three albums, released betwee…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 17, 2015

Years & Years Ascend to ‘King’ Status in Stunning Live Performance

All it takes for a new band to spark in the mainstream is a flicker of creative innovation. That said, "King" is what takes Years &am…
By: Brennan Carley / April 17, 2015

Jay Z and Jack White Have Been Calling TIDAL Users to Say ‘Thanks’

Along with TIDAL's high price tag comes a few perks — FLAC/lossless audio, exclusive content, Taylor Swift, etc. But now it seems like there'…
By: James Grebey / April 17, 2015

Watch Jenny Lewis Slay ‘She’s Not Me’ on ‘The Late Late Show’

Jenny Lewis and her immaculate pantsuit made an appearance on the Late Late Show last night, where she once again proved that she's the…
By: James Grebey / April 17, 2015

Ten Essential Damon Albarn Recordings That Aren’t By Blur

Damon Albarn's spirit of curiosity helps define Blur, the legendary British quartet he's fronted for a quarter-century, but fittingly, he has trekked the furthest whe…
By: Marc Hogan / April 17, 2015
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