"I really care that our music is a story of growth," Muna singer Katie Gavin tells Rolling Stone in an August phone chat. Fittingly, the thoughtful L.A. pop outfit, also including guitarist Josette Maskin and keyboardist-guitarist Naomi McPherson, is in the midst of a major real-world growth spurt. Currently opening for Harry Styles on his first solo world tour, the band – whose
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Meet Muna, the Queer L.A. Pop Trio Now on Tour With Harry Styles
Yoko Ono pressured a Polish beverage company into changing the name of its new drink, "John Lemon," with the singer-artist's legal team alleging that the product infringed upon her late husband, John Lennon's, trademark.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Yoko Ono Forces Polish Beverage Company to Rebrand 'John Lemon' Soda
Bootsy Collins toasts to "Ladies' Nite" on the latest sample of his upcoming 14th LP, World Wide Funk. The synth-fueled track blends hip-hop swagger and funky rhythms,
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After hundreds of Foo Fighters fans were denied entry to the band's Tuesday show at London's O2 Arena, Dave Grohl and company issued a statement blaming "unscrupulous secondary ticket agencies" for the widespread pre-gig confusion.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Foo Fighters 'Frustrated' After Fans Turned Away From London Show
As Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan readies the release of his upcoming solo LP, Ogilala (billed to William Patrick Corgan), he's also putting out a silent
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Taylor Swift gave it her all during the filming of her record-breaking music video for "Look What You Made Me Do," and in newly released behind-the-scenes footage, the singer seems to delight in seeing her former selves at each other's throats.
In the video,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Taylor Swift Feels Trippy on 'Look What You Made Me Do' Set: Behind-the-Scenes
Paul Meany's life and career permanently pivoted this past summer with a single phone call. Drummer-producer Darren King – his Mutemath bandmate of 15 years and a crucial architect of the group's soulful, psychedelic alt-rock – rang up and blindsided the singer with his plans to leave the group. They'd just finished recording their fifth album, Play Dead, and were prepping for a massive
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How Mutemath Survived a Near-Breakup and Made a Fresh Start