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The 2018 edition of the SXSW Music Festival was my 27th straight immersion in that rite of spring. SXSW is now a very different event in size, glamour and commercial urgency from the one I first knew in 1991, when the entire conference fit into one hotel and the biggest – and best – show I saw was a West Texas song-a-thon by Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock and Joe Ely.


This article originally appeared on David Fricke's Picks From SXSW: Psychedelic Folk, Seventies Glam-Prog and More

Trey Songz surrendered to the Los Angeles Police Department Monday to face a felony domestic violence charge, the New York Daily News reports. The R&B singer

This article originally appeared on Trey Songz Turns Himself In Following Domestic Violence Allegation

Korn frontman Jonathan Davis detailed the title and release date of his upcoming debut solo LP. Black Labyrinth is out May 25th via Sumerian Records. The singer also revealed the album's track list

This article originally appeared on Korn's Jonathan Davis Details Solo LP 'Black Labyrinth' With Song Samples

Josh Homme and a severed green hand flipping the bird leads his Queens of the Stone Age through any number of kitschy frights in the animated video for "Head Like a Haunted House," a track off last year's

This article originally appeared on See Queens of the Stone Age's Whimsical Fright Fest in 'Haunted House' Video

Bleachers' Jack Antonoff struggles to land the perfect rom-com kiss in the playful video for "Alfie's Song (Not So Typical Love Song)," his single from the recently issued

This article originally appeared on Watch Bleachers' Jack Antonoff in Rom-Com-Spoofing 'Alfie's Song' Video

Courtney Marie Andrews
March 17th, Cheer Up Charlies
Courtney Marie Andrews tends to lean into the melancholy undercurrents that run through her music, but the ethereal air that characterized both 2016's Honest Life and the new May Your Kindness Remain lifts when she performs onstage. Her late-afternoon set at Cheer Up Charlies' indoor stage on Saturday – her last of

This article originally appeared on SXSW 2018: 30 Best Artists We Saw at the Austin Throwdown

A film version of the London production of Lazarus, the musical that was one of David Bowie's last works, will get a special screening in Brooklyn this spring with a live

This article originally appeared on Film of David Bowie's 'Lazarus' Musical to Get Live Score

Jay-Z's Roc Nation has thrown their support behind a new app that aims to reduce incarceration and recidivism in the criminal justice system.

Promise, an app co-founded by social entrepreneur and former Prince manager Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, hopes "to create a sustainable and scalable program that will reduce the number of

This article originally appeared on Jay-Z's Roc Nation Supports App to Improve Criminal Justice System

Big Boi has announced a new round of U.S. tour dates. The third leg of his ongoing "Daddy Fat Saxxx" jaunt launches May 17th in St. Louis, Missouri and concludes June 8th in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. Tickets are currently on sale via the rapper's

This article originally appeared on Big Boi Extends U.S. Tour With 16 New Dates

Last year, post-punk firebrands Wire celebrated their 40th anniversary with a tour; now they're marking their legacy with a set of retrospective releases. Beginning this spring, the group will be releasing special and deluxe editions of its earliest works – first with a box set of nine seven-inches, Nine

This article originally appeared on Hear Wire's Rare, Poppy 'Outdoor Miner' Single Version

Blink-182 are headed to Las Vegas. The pop-punk trio have inked a deal with the Palms Casino Resort for a 16-date residency dubbed "Kings of the Weekend" that will begin May 26th and run on select weekends through November 17th. 

"When the Palms asked us to do a residency here in Vegas, we said

This article originally appeared on Blink-182 to Launch Las Vegas Residency

Fifth Harmony have announced an indefinite hiatus to pursue individual solo careers. The news comes nearly a year and a half after parting ways with member Camila Cabello, who released her debut solo album in January.

"Reflecting on the past six years since we

This article originally appeared on Fifth Harmony Announce Indefinite Hiatus to 'Pursue Solo Endeavors'

Two Broadway superpowers teamed for a new charity single Monday as Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda and Dear Evan Hansen's Ben Platt unveiled the video for "Found/Tonight," a mash-up of Hamilton's "The Story of Tonight" and Dear Evan Hansen's "You Will Be Found."

The video finds Miranda and

This article originally appeared on Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ben Platt Release New Song for March for Our Lives

It was the winter of 1967–68, and Jimi Hendrix was looking for a recording studio in New York. His second album, Axis: Bold as Love, was an FM-radio favorite and he had a road case full of tapes he had recorded in London that he was ready to rework.

Warner/Reprise had already paid for

This article originally appeared on The House That Hendrix Built: Inside the Birth of the Record Plant

Migos and Drake deliver a Soul Train-inspired performance in the new video for "Walk It Talk It," which reimagines the iconic Seventies dance program as a TV show called Culture Ride.

Migos don afros, chunky sunglasses and flashy suits from the era as they run through the Culture

This article originally appeared on Watch Migos, Drake Hop on 'Soul Train' in 'Walk It Talk It' Video

Logic lodged his second career Number One album as the rapper's Bobby Tarantino II debuted atop the Billboard 200, selling 119,000 total copies and ending Black Panther: The Album's reign.

Of Bobby Tarantino II's haul, only 32,000 copies were derived from traditional album sales, with streaming equivalent albums, or SEAs, accumulating 82,000 of the total,

This article originally appeared on On the Charts: Logic Opens at Number One, David Byrne Hits New Peak

Pharrell Williams prepared a guest mix for Drake's OVO Sound Radio Saturday where the N.E.R.D. singer premiered a new remix for

This article originally appeared on Hear Drake Drop New Verse on N.E.R.D.'s 'Lemon' Remix

Arcade Fire returned to Saturday Night Live to perform two songs off their 2017 album Everything

This article originally appeared on See Arcade Fire Deliver 'Everything Now' Songs in 'SNL' Return

UPDATE: The Austin Police Department arrested a 26-year-old man in connection to the bomb threat on the Roots' SXSW concert Saturday. Trevor Ingram was charged with making a terrorist threat, a third-degree felony, hours after the concert was canceled over the "security concern."


The Roots were

This article originally appeared on The Roots' SXSW Show Canceled After Bomb Threat

Days after Eminem added an NRA-slamming verse to "Nowhere Fast" during his performance at the iHeartRadio Awards, the rapper has unleashed the studio version of the extended Revival

This article originally appeared on Hear Eminem's Studio Version of NRA-Slamming 'Nowhere Fast'

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