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Kendrick Lamar Wants Us To Be “Humble” For His New Single + MORE

Produced by Mike Will Made It, Kendrick heads in a new and fiery direction..... More »

Surprise! Lady Gaga unveils her new single 'The Cure' at Coachella + MORE

“You cure me every time with your love,” she told the crowd in introducing the new number.         .... More »

Stream The New Pornographers Whiteout Conditions + MORE

At this point, we all know what to expect from the New Pornographers, the veteran Canadian power-pop champions whose new album Whiteout Conditions is out later this week. The band specializes in giddy, busy songs that are absolutely packed with monster hooks, and that's what they come bearing on thi.... More »
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For someone who began his musical career in the ’60’s, Cape Cod mainstay Chandler Travis shows no signs of slowing down on his quest, having recently released his latest epic, Waving Kissyhead Vol. 2 & 1.  Whether it was with The Incredible Casuals, or now, under the guise of Chand.... More »

Tinashe Performs “Flame” on ‘The Tonight Show’ + MORE

Earlier this month, Tinashe released her new single “Flame” off her forthcoming Joyride LP. Showing off a new blonde look, the R&B singer appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform the record for the first-time on late-night television. Showing off her great voc.... More »
Pop, Rock and Jazz in NYC This WeekOur guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz.

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Fresh off the release of his Big Sean-assisted “On the Come Up,” Mike WiLL Made-It has unveiled the star-studded tracklisting for his album Ransom 2.
The project is a who’s who roster of hip-hop and R&B luminaries, including Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug, Lil Yachty, Future, 2 Chainz, and Pharrell, among others…

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When you mention Asbury Park to many music fans, they immediately think of Bruce Springsteen. And why not? He is certainly the biggest star to emerge from the Jersey shore town, and after all, he named his first album Greetings From Asbury Park. But the truth is that there was a vibrant music scene in Asbury Park long before Springsteen appeared, and it’s worth noting that there’s still a vibrant music scene in the city to this day…

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Ray Davies to be knighted by the Prince of Wales todayRay Davies frontman of The Kinks will today (March 16) be knighted by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

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Plus, get the latest on albums from the Shins, the Magnetic Fields and more.

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Is the gruff oddball singer a real fella or is he playing the schmo for show?

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Auto-Tune In or Out? (Feature)

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Auto-Tune In or Out? (Feature)Those who would doubt the influence of music technology on the development of pop music need to remember that rock music would not be possible without the invention of the electric guitar.

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Reba McEntire shared an emotional post about her band members that died in a plane crash in 1991.

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The legendary producer shared his favorite Kanye album, tips on producing and more during his “Ask Me Anything” with Reddit.

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Spoon’s lead singer Britt Daniel talks about sinking into a groove at SXSWThe endlessly erudite indie outfit is celebrating the March 17 release of its ninth album, Hot Thoughts. Daniel spoke to the Star about the group’s rare festival residency in Austin and their new record.

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Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry is literally one of a kind. Check out her craziest moments over at MTV.co.uk.

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James Cotton, Blues Harmonica Legend, Dies at 81Mr. Cotton worked on his own, and with stars like Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, but he treasured his apprenticeship with Sonny Boy Williamson most.

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