Former Gossip singer Beth Ditto declared the impending arrival of her debut LP Fake Sugar with its searing first single "Fire."
The album, Ditto's first full-length release as a solo artist, is due out June 16th.
In an interview earlier in the day with BBC 1 Radio, Ditto said she spent two years writing nearly 80 songs for her solo album, including some tracks written with
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In her first interview about June
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The Shins' James Mercer showcases his expressive falsetto in the band's new cover of pop standard "A Taste of Honey," made famous by the Beatles and Herb Albert & the Tijuana Brass. The lush ballad appears on
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Major label trade group announces succession as Congress debates copyright reform, Billboard exclusively reports.
Björk's animated avatar dances within a vibrant ocean in her virtual reality "Notget" video, directed by Warren Du Perez and Nick Thornton Jones. The brooding, orchestral epic is the latest track from her 2015 LP,
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Following Chuck Berry's death in March, Keith Richards paid tribute to his musical idol for the upcoming issue of Rolling Stone.
Chuck Berry once gave me a black eye, which I later called his greatest
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