For Christmas 1965, Paul McCartney presented his bandmates with a unique gift: a homemade record produced just for them, consisting of sampled songs, original sketches and avant-garde loops. "Something crazy, something left field, just for the other
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A hapless magician watches his life rewind before his eyes in the new video for MGMT's "When You Die." The track marks the group's latest offering from their next album, Little Dark Age, set to arrive in 2018.
Mike Burakoff and Hallie Cooper-Novack directed the video, which stars Girls actor
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In September 1987, four London club and pirate-radio DJs – Nicky Holloway, Paul Oakenfold, Danny Rampling and Johnny Walker – spent a week on the Balearic island of Ibiza, a place where, legend had it, as journalist Chris Heath wrote in 1990, "it was even possible to get drugs on room service." The British quartet was visiting Trevor Fung and Ian St. Paul, with whom Oakenfold had thrown
The Cure announced a stacked lineup to celebrate the band's 40th anniversary on Saturday, July 7th at BST Hyde Park in London.
They are billing the concert as their "only European show of 2018. Interpol, Goldfrapp, Editors, Ride, Slowdive and the Twilight Sad will perform in addition to others
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Lucy Dacus battles through the initial phase of a breakup in her new track, "Night Shift." The song will appear on the singer's upcoming Historian album, due March 2nd.
Dacus opens "Night Shift" with a pair of vivid couplets. "The first time I tasted somebody else's spit/ I had a coughing fit," she sings. "I mistakenly called them by your name/ I was let down, it wasn't the
White has been working on a new solo album, and
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This year, pop's best albums came from strong women who had a lot to say: Lorde's searing look at loneliness, Kesha's raucous statement of liberation, Taylor Swift's reckoning between her self and the version presented in the press. But pop's wider world also offered a lot of pleasures from artists all over the spectrum – 20th century legends like Blondie and Tori Amos asserted their place in
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Moby has announced his upcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt, his 15th studio LP.
The new album follows a pair of LPs that Moby recorded with the Void Pacific Choir, 2016's These Systems Are Failing and 2017's
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Sheryl Crow has unveiled her poignant new video for "The Dreaming Kind," which the singer penned to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the tragic Sandy Hook shooting.
"The tragedy in Newtown 5 years ago and the countless lives lost in mass shootings since have weighed heavily on my heart," Crow wrote of
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