Johnny Marr has shared the video for his catchy new song "Hi Hello," the latest single off the former Smiths guitarist's upcoming album Call the Comet.
The video finds Marr performing the song alone in a gazebo and a park bench in the dead of winter. The desolateness of the "Hi Hello" video – no one besides Marr
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Spotify caused a mighty stir yesterday when it announced that, under a new public policy against "hate content and hateful conduct," it would no
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Lenny Kravitz unveiled a powerful new video for "It's Enough," the first song off the rocker's upcoming new album, Raise Vibration.
The video, which Kravitz live-streamed over Facebook and YouTube, juxtaposes news footage that covers both ends of the emotional spectrum – from peaceful protests in support of same-sex marriage, Colin Kaepernick's anthem kneel and Jeremy Corbyn
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Tidal and the Prince estate announced Friday that, after a lengthy legal battle, the streaming
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Among the buried treasures on Before the Dead, the most comprehensive collection of music Jerry Garcia learned and played prior to the formation of his most famous band, is a casual moment from 1961. At a 16th birthday party for his girlfriend, Garcia and his new pal and fellow would-be troubadour Robert Hunter are heard singing and playing traditional, non-pop tunes. After a
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Beach House, 7
"This is the least introverted record Beach House have ever made; it'll still blow your mind with candles lit and headphones on, but it's the first time they've sounded like a band you might want to hear at a party with more than one guest,"
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Lamb of God add some chunky metal heft to Bad Brains' 1986 hardcore classic "I Against I." The track will appear on the band's upcoming covers album, Legion XX, which they're putting out under their original name, Burn the Priest. The record, due out next Friday, also
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