Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes apologized to "the youth of America" on Saturday for criticizing the March for Our Lives protest. The apology came five days after Hughes labeled the surviving students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting as
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Influential rapper, producer and Anticon record label co-founder Brendon "Alias" Whitney died Friday at the age of 41.
Anticon confirmed Whitney's death in a statement Saturday. "Just received news of a major loss - the passing of our dear friend and Anticon co-founder @AliasAnticon," the Los Angeles-based hip-hop label
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Neil Young revisits his 2016 song "Peace Trail" for the rocker's latest music video, featuring footage from Young and Promise of the Real's surreal quasi-Western Paradox.
In the video, helmed by Paradox director Daryl Hannah, Young and Promise of the Real perform the Peace Trail title
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SZA released a dreamy video for her single "Broken Clocks." The visual is the latest from her debut album Ctrl, which was released last year.
SZA co-directed the clip with Dave Meyers, a frequent collaborator of her Top Dawg label mate, Kendrick Lamar. The hazy
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Florence and the Machine and Janet Jackson will headline the 2018 FYF Festival. The Breeders, Future, the xx, My Bloody Valentine, St. Vincent, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Car Seat Headrest,
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