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Richard Hell and the Voidoids will celebrate the 40th anniversary of their debut album Blank Generation with a limited

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Billy Corgan kicked off his solo, acoustic Ogilala tour this weekend with a pair of shows at Brooklyn, New York's Murmrr Theater that featured a complete performance of his new album along with selections from his entire career. In all the press he's done around the release of the album he's done little

This article originally appeared on Flashback: Smashing Pumpkins Rip Through 'Cherub Rock' in 1993

Bob Weinstein, the brother of Harvey Weinstein, was accused of sexual harassment, Variety reports. Amanda Segel, who served as an executive producer on the Weinstein Company drama

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Wyclef Jean unveiled an alluring new video for "Turn Me Good," a track off his latest album, The Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee

The Jose Javy

This article originally appeared on Watch Wyclef Jean's Sultry New Video for 'Turn Me Good'

MGMT unveiled a strikingly somber new video for "Little Dark Age," the title track from their forthcoming album, set to arrive early 2018.

"Little Dark Age" boasts a sinister, mid-tempo groove cut with shades of psychedelia to match Andrew VanWyngarden's lyrics. "Little Dark Age" embraces pop flourishes during

This article originally appeared on Watch MGMT's Sinister New 'Little Dark Age' Video

Beck gave an electric performance of "Up All Night" on Ellen Tuesday. The track appears on the musician's latest album,

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Rhino is releasing a deluxe edition of the Ramones' third LP, Rocket to Russia, on November 24th.

In addition to two different mixes of the album, the 40th anniversary edition contains a wealth of previously unreleased material: an early version of "Needles And Pins," an alternate version of "It's

This article originally appeared on Ramones Plot Deluxe 'Rocket to Russia' Reissue

A decade ago, Tegan and Sara released The Con, a vibrant, heavily emotional album that showcased the Quin sisters' knack for pairing left-field hooks with spiky harmonies and crisp songwriting. The album represented an artistic breakthrough for the pair, who had pushed into the mainstream with the

This article originally appeared on How Tegan and Sara Made 'The Con' New Again With Help From a Few Friends

The Smithsonian announced a Kickstarter page on Tuesday to raise funds for the nine-CD Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap. The compilation is a joint project between Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, the National Museum of African American History

This article originally appeared on Smithsonian Details, Seeks Funding for Massive Hip-Hop Box Set

Björk unveiled additional details about her experiences with a Danish director who allegedly sexually harassed her in a note on Facebook Tuesday.

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A Perfect Circle unveiled a troubling new song, "The Doomed." The track marks the metal outfit's first new song in four years and will appear on their forthcoming LP, which is expected to arrive in 2018.

On "The Doomed," Maynard James Keenan scrutinizes a world where sinners are exalted and the good

This article originally appeared on Hear A Perfect Circle's Apocalyptic New Song 'The Doomed'

A new, super-deluxe box set will chronicle the making of Metallica's influential Master of Puppets LP, showing how the songs developed from riff fragments into the thrash epics that make up one of

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Tom Petty was honored at a private service at the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine in Pacific Palisades, California Monday, People reports.

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A wheelchair-bound Morrissey is pushed around by English soccer player Joey Barton in the new video for "Spent the Day in Bed." The song serves as the lead single from Morrissey's

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LCD Soundystem brought a propulsive, cowbell-heavy version of "Tonite" to Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday. The song appeared earlier this year on the band's

This article originally appeared on See LCD Soundsystem's Rousing Performance of 'Tonite' on 'Kimmel'

In coordination with the Showtime documentary George Michael: Freedom, the singer's Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1 will be reissued as a multi-disc set featuring Michael's MTV Unplugged concert as well as B-sides and other rarities.

Originally scheduled to arrive in November 2016,

This article originally appeared on George Michael's 'Listen Without Prejudice' Reissue Sets Release

Michigan rapper NF notched this first career Number One album as his new LP Perception debuted atop the Billboard 200.

Perception sold 55,000 total copies – 38,000 of which were traditional copies – to give NF, born Nate Feuerstein, the top spot. The rapper's previous Billboard 200 peak was Number 12 with 2016's Therapy Session. However, the 55,000 copies marked the

This article originally appeared on On the Charts: Rapper NF Grabs First Number One With 'Perception'

Prophets of Rage – the supergroup/"elite task force of revolutionary musicians" featuring members of Rage Against

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Just in case you've ever wondered whether it's actually possible to trace conspiracy theories back to their origins, here's one where you can. In March 2017, an eyebrow-raising headline started circulating the Internet: "Hundreds of Fans Claim They Saw Justin Bieber Turn Into a Giant Reptile."


This article originally appeared on Justin Bieber's Reptilian Roots: Music's Most WTF Conspiracy Theories, Explained

On June 21st, 1964 three young civil rights workers in Neshoba County, Mississippi were brutally murdered by the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan while they participated in the Freedom Summer voter registration initiative. Racially-motivated killings were nothing new in that part of the country during the Jim Crow era, but two of the victims were affluent, young, white males from the north.

This article originally appeared on New Documentary Blends Civil Rights Murders With Hunt for Blues Icons

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