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Eight days before Coldplay release their new LP A Head Full of Dreams, Chris Martin stopped by Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show to premiere "Everglow," a heartfelt, piano-led ballad from the band's upcoming album. As Martin previously told Rolling Stone, "Everglow" features his ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow contributing very subtle background... more

Jay Rock's Kendrick Lamar-featuring "Easy Bake" was among the standout tracks on the rapper's recent 90059 LP, and on Wednesday Top Dawg Entertainment dropped a remixed version of that cut – titled "Traffic Jam" – that features a new verse from Lamar. "Traffic Jam" gives "Easy Bake" a fresher, brighter funk beat,... more

As Adele's 25 shatters sales records on both sides of the Atlantic, the singer announced Thursday that she'll embark on a 34-date European tour starting in February. "I have been bluffing this whole time and I'm so relieved to finally tell you that I am of course coming on tour, and I... more

With his impeccable pompadour and seductive voice, Chris Isaak knows a thing or two about timeless pop-vocal aesthetics. "When I think of torch songs, I tend to go to a bygone era," says the crooner, whose LP First Comes the Night is out now. "They remind me of that wistful, lonely feeling." The "Wicked... more

Nearly 18 months after the death of radio legend Casey Kasem, the America's Top 40 host's children have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Kasem's widow Jean Kasem. In the civil suit, filed in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Kasem's three children and his brother accuse Jean Kasem of elder abuse and... more

On Thanksgiving Day in 1976, more than 5,000 fans showed up to the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. Martin Scorcese was there too, documenting the evening's gig — a long, guest-heavy performance by the Band, who'd decided to toss in the towel at the peak of their abilities — with... more

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