Estate-Approved Whitney Houston Doc Boasts Unreleased Recordings

The life and career of Whitney Houston will be the focus of an upcoming documentary made with the approval of the legendary singer's estate.

Directed by Kevin Macdonald, the Oscar-winning filmmaker behind One Day in September and the Bob Marley documentary Marley, Whitney features "previously

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See Dan Deacon in Talking Heads-Inspired Ed Schrader’s Music Beat Video

Baltimore noise-rock duo, Ed Schrader's Music Beat, released the gleeful new video for "Riddles," the title track of their buzzy third album produced by electro-pop composer Dan Deacon.

The Jay Buim-directed video opens like a Baltimore film noir. Beneath the glow of a streetlamp, singer Ed Schrader and

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Review: Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Takes Dodgy Stage Dive Into Fame on ‘Day 69’

America's unhinged hormone warriors are never going to stop fighting for their right to party. Still, it's not too late to protest the viral contagion that has selected Tekashi 6ix9ine's Day 69 as the new soundtrack for that crucial rite of passage. Born Daniel Hernandez in Bushwick, Brooklyn, the 21-year-old rapper is the latest heat rock to skip across the ISPs of boundary-testing,

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Watch Judas Priest Unleash Mushroom Clouds, Snakes in ‘Spectre’ Video

Judas Priest released a brooding new video for "Spectre," a headbanger from their newly issued 18th LP, Firepower. The metal legends perform against a black backdrop throughout the clip, interspersed with foreboding shots of thunderstorms, snakes, blazing fires, mushroom clouds and surveillance footage

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Review: David Byrne Throws a Weird Party in His Mind on ‘American Utopia’

David Byrne's distinctive vision – a winsomely-skewed clarity – is usually most compelling when trained on scary stuff, be it psycho killers, zealous baptism metaphors, warning signs of things to come, or the sudden strangeness of one's beautiful house and beautiful wife. Lately, we've no shortage of scary stuff, and it's encouraging that Byrne's latest solo set is willing to go there. When it

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