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Stone Temple Pilots Unveil ‘Tiny Music’ Session Footage in New ‘And So I Know’ Video

Stone Temple Pilots have dropped a new music video for their classic track “And So I Know” to mark the 25th anniversary of Tiny Music… Songs From the Vatican Gift Shop and the release of the Super Deluxe Edition of … Continue reading

Coldplay Drop 10-Minute Space Epic ‘Coloratura’

Ahead of the release of Coldplay’s new album Music of the Spheres, the band has shared the LP’s closing track, the space epic “Coloratura.” Clocking in at 10 minutes and keeping with the album’s interstellar theme, “Coloratura” takes a panoramic, … Continue reading

Lil Uzi Vert Is Apparently Buying a Planet — and It’s a Real Steal

Lil Uzi Vert is reportedly buying a planet and, according to Yale astronomy professor Gregory Laughlin, it’s a steal. The news of Lil Uzi’s latest acquisition broke via Grimes, who tweeted Wednesday: “Documentation almost complete for @LILUZIVERT to legally claim … Continue reading

At Age 80, George Clinton Announces His Un-Retirement – and a Verzuz Episode

In 2019, George Clinton embarked upon what was supposed to be a farewell tour with Parliament-Funkadelic, but when he recently sat down for a new episode of The Rolling Stone Interview, he made it clear he’s changed his mind. “I’m gonna pull … Continue reading

Whitney Houston’s Hologram Is Coming to Las Vegas

Following its debut U.K. tour in pre-pandemic February 2020, the estate-approved Whitney Houston hologram concert will arrive in Las Vegas this October for a lengthy residency at Harrah’s Las Vegas. Over five years in the works, An Evening With Whitney: … Continue reading

Yasiin Bey Steps Back From Thelonious Monk Biopic After Estate’s Disapproval

Yasiin Bey has stepped back from his role portraying Thelonious Monk in an upcoming biopic after the jazz legend’s estate issued a statement to “condemn” the unauthorized film. On Wednesday, production company Jupiter Rising Film revealed to Rolling Stone that … Continue reading

Japanese Breakfast Sings to Cows in Her ‘Be Sweet’ Video for ‘The Sims’

The Sims 4 has released a new Cottage Living expansion pack, and to accompany the cottagecore-inspired game, Japanese Breakfast has released a music video for her song “Be Sweet” sung entirely in Simlish, the in-universe language of The Sims. The clip … Continue reading

James Blake Announces New Album ‘Friends That Break Your Heart’

James Blake has announced his new album, Friends That Break Your Heart, and with it, the Finneas-starring video for the first single “Say What You Will” and U.S. fall tour dates. “The song is about finding peace with who you … Continue reading

Young Paul McCartney Deepfake Stars in ‘Find My Way’ Video With Beck

Beck portrays a young Paul McCartney via deepfake technology in the music video for “Find My Way,” the two artists’ collaborative song from the McCartney remix album McCartney III Imagined. The clip was directed by Andrew Donoho, choreographed by Phil Tayag, … Continue reading

Flashback: Bob Dylan Sings ‘It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue’ and ‘Tupelo Honey’ With Van Morrison

Earlier this week, Bob Dylan fans learned that the next chapter of his Bootleg Series will focus on his early-Eighties work. The focal point of Springtime in New York: The Bootleg Series, Vol. 16 (1980–1985) is studio outtakes from 1983’s … Continue reading

Buckwheat Zydeco On Mountain Stage

Enlarge this image Buckwheat Zydeco performs on Mountain Stage. Josh Saul/Mountain Stage Josh Saul/Mountain Stage Born Stanley Dural, Jr. (1947-2016), the artist known as Buckwheat Zydeco cut his musical teeth in the 1970s performing as an organist with zydeco pioneer … Continue reading

Eric Clapton Says He Won’t Play Venues That Require COVID Vaccines

Enlarge this image Eric Clapton performing in London in March 2020, shortly before the coronavirus lockdown. Mike Marsland/WireImage via Getty Images Mike Marsland/WireImage via Getty Images Famed musician Eric Clapton said on Wednesday that he will not perform in any … Continue reading

Funkadelic’s ‘Maggot Brain’ At 50: R&B, Psychedelic Rock And A Black Guitarist’s Cry

Enlarge this image Funkadelic is the result of George Clinton flirting with psychedelic music, a style he describes as “loud R&B.” Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images They may be two of the most influential notes in funk-rock … Continue reading

WILLOW’s New Pop-Punk Album Comes From Her Mom’s Wicked Wisdom

Enlarge this image “I want to give girls like me that confidence and that feeling of power and beauty,” WILLOW tells NPR Music. “And that’s the only reason why I do anything.” Dana Trippe/Courtesy of the artist Dana Trippe/Courtesy of … Continue reading

Caleb Landry Jones, “Bogie”

Sacred Bones Records YouTube A polymath and mad genius, Caleb Landry Jones makes music as warped and unforgettable as his performances in films like Get Out and The Florida Project. While we wait to see his new film, Nitram — … Continue reading

For Questlove, The Pandemic Meant Embracing Quiet — And Buying A Farm

Enlarge this image Questlove, here at the Grammys in January 2020, says the pandemic has changed him. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for the Recording Academy Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for the Recording Academy Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson is coming out of the pandemic … Continue reading

Jazz Night’s Favorite Grooves Of 2021, So Far

Enlarge this image Jazz artist Nate Smith performing in the Netherlands. Smith’s song “Square Wheel” feat. Kokayi and Michael Mayo was one of Jazz Night‘s favorites of the first half of the year. Peter Van Breukelen/Redferns Peter Van Breukelen/Redferns This … Continue reading

Bette Midler And Joni Mitchell Are Among The Newest Kennedy Center Honorees

Enlarge this image Bette Midler performs during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on Feb. 24, 2019, in Hollywood, Calif. Kevin Winter/Getty Images Kevin Winter/Getty Images The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced its … Continue reading

The Blues Brothers in Minneapolis – October 2019

Dan Aykroyd & Jim Belushi keeping the tradition alive. A band behind them packed with Grammy Awards, paying homage all the while paying forward keeping the tradition of blues music alive. They always have a great time performing and that … Continue reading

Darci Lynne & Wayne Brady in Nashville – June 2019

America’s Got Talent for sure. Darci Lynne’s talent is remarkable, a craft that is continually honed. Wayne Brady’s charisma easily carried a room of greater than 5,000 people. A family-friendly corporate event which we are thankful to play our part … Continue reading

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