Future Islands are charging into a packed spring season with the propulsive, lovelorn new single, "Ran." It's the lead track from their forthcoming album, The Far Field, out April 7th.
"What’s a song without you?" singer Samuel T. Herring intones. "When
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Art Garfunkel will publish his new memoir, What Is It All But Luminous: Notes From an Underground Man, September 26th.
The book will be published by Alfred A. Knopf and find the musician recounting
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In the intimate, 360-degree virtual reality video for Sampha performs his new tender ballad "(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano" alongside model Adwoa Aboah. She watches him while a gust of wind sweeps straight through her, creating a gorgeous trail of
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Big Sean and a group of hard-partying senior citizens danced during his performance of "Moves" on Ellen Tuesday.
The Detroit MC tore through the
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Acrassicauda drummer Marwan Hussein is at the Iraqi embassy in New York trying to find out how to see his mother under President Trump's executive order, which bans travel from some Middle Eastern countries. Like his bandmates in the thrash-metal group, Hussein came to the U.S. from Baghdad as a refugee roughly nine years ago and became a full U.S. citizen last year. He has been applying
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On January 24th, drummer Butch Trucks of the Allman Brothers Band committed suicide. Four days later, his nephew and Allmans bandmate, guitarist Derek Trucks, spoke to David Fricke from the road for a special tribute, in Derek's words, in
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One of the most technically proficient and in-demand rock instrumentalists of the '70s and '80s, he worked with a number of bands.