Logic tears through the streets of Tokyo and relaxes in Maui in the video for his surprise new song, "Overnight."
Mike Holland, Justin Fleischer and Alec Schweitzer directed the video, which was shot while Logic and his collaborators were working on new music in Japan and
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Logic Tear Up Tokyo, Hang in Hawaii in Surprise 'Overnight' Video
A selection of new, limited edition David Bowie vinyl records will be available at the Brooklyn Museum to mark the arrival of the exhibition, David Bowie Is, set to run March 2nd
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: David Bowie Exhibit Details Exclusive Vinyl Releases, Rare Recordings
Bon Iver's longtime manager, Kyle Frenette, discussed his recently-announced congressional campaign, how his background in the music industry prepares him for Washington in an interview with
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Vance Joy performs intimate renditions of two folky tracks, "Lay It on Me" and "We're Going Home," during his set for Rolling Stone's "Take One" performance series.
The Australian singer-songwriter strips down the songs that highlight his recently-issued LP, Nation of Two. He takes a similar approach on both tunes, moving from hushed crooning and fingerpicking into
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The Flaming Lips added a new run of West Coast dates to their 2018 North American tour itinerary. The group is already scheduled to play a handful of shows this March, after which they'll kick off another leg May 31st at the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming.
The short West Coast
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A couple learn that their affection is just a chemical illusion in Unknown Mortal Orchestra's new song "We're Not in Love We're Just High." The track is set to appear on Sex and Food, the band's new album, out April 6th.
"We're Not in Love We're Just High" builds around a simple chord
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There wasn't a lot of love for Devo in the early 1990s. The pioneering New Wave act probably felt they reached rock bottom when their 1988 effort Total Devo peaked at Number 189 on the charts, but then they faced the indignity of witnessing 1990s Smooth Noodle Maps – which contained the rather sad
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Flashback: Nirvana Cover Devo's 1980 Obscurity 'Turn Around'