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Last year, Kelly Clarkson began hosting her own NBC daytime talk show called The Kelly Clarkson Show. Last week, she had Vin Diesel on to play his new tropical house single while her virtual audience danced along awkwardly. Sometimes she performs on her show. And last night, she busted out a cover of Tegan And…
The members of System Of A Down have not always seen eye to eye where politics are concerned, but they've come together today to issue a statement regarding an international crisis centered on their fellow ethnic Armenians. Early Sunday morning, military forces in Azerbaijan began attacking Artsakh, a nation on Armenia's border that won independ...
It might seem strange that Elton John, the legendary piano-pop master who recently condemned the modern practice of songwriting by committee, appears on the new song by Gorillaz, an operation that cycles through a stunning number of collaborators. But considering Damon Albarn seems to be the only permanent musical contributor to Gorillaz, maybe ...
The Los Angeles musician Sam Gendel is an in-demand jazz saxophonist who has played with people like Vampire Weekend, Perfume Genius, and Moses Sumney. (He recently assisted on Sumney's cover of T-Pain's "Can't Believe It" from our very own Save Stereogum: An '00s Covers Comp.) But there's no saxophone on Gendel's new solo album DRM.
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Tom Petty recorded a whole lot of songs during the sessions for his 1994 solo album Wildflowers, and many of them never ended up coming out. Before he died, Petty had talked about putting out an expanded edition of the album with those extra songs. And now, three years and two posthumous releases after his…
Back in 2007 -- when they were still an underground treasure and not yet a full-blown indie-rock cause célèbre -- Dirty Projectors released an album-length cover of Black Flag's Rise Above, a twisted and impressionistic "re-imagining" of the hardcore classic based on fleeting memories from Projectors maestro Dave Longstreth's childhood. Thirte...
In 1967, when he was still known as Cat Stevens, the folk singer-songwriter Yusuf Islam released his sophomore LP New Masters. On that LP, which he reissued earlier this year, Islam included a truly bleak and desolate protest song called "Blackness Of The Night": "For this bad, bad world I'm beginning to doubt/ I'm alone…
Iron Maiden’s forthcoming Nights Of The Dead, Legacy Of The Beast: Live in Mexico City album was taped in September 2019
Rob Halford fancies duetting with Lady Gaga on Born This Way
Swedish prog-metallers Opeth join Cult Of Luna and Amenra as the third headline act at the eclectic Bristol festival
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson reveals that the band have been writing and have returned to the studio
Dress your feet in heavy metal: Dr. Martens are producing a range of footwear inspired by the first two Black Sabbath albums
Mark Zuckerberg walks out of a bar. He's just been absolutely ethered in The Social Network's infamous opening scene, but all that wordiness and vitriol dissipates into empty air. He takes off through the dark streets on a peaceful Cambridge night circa 2003. A dull sawing sound is undercut by the hum of the city,…
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