The Estate of Michael Jackson filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit against the Walt Disney Company and ABC TV, alleging the companies used dozens of copyrights without permission when the TV network aired The Last Days of Michael Jackson last week.
The suit claims the
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Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar go duck hunting and celebrate a random football victory in the surreal video for "Win."
The clip veers between scenarios where Rock is decked out in a suit
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Following the release of his sophomore album Bloom on August 31st, Troye Sivan will begin a headlining North American tour. Kim Petras will open for the entire trek, with Leland and Charlie Hanson joining for select dates.
Sivan's tour kicks off September 21st in Irving, Texas and runs until November 8th in Vancouver. His last headlining tour was in 2016 for the Suburbia Tour,
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Jeff Goldblum is preparing to record his debut jazz LP with Decca Records.
The actor first impressed label executives with his piano work last October while accompanying soul-jazz vocalist Gregory Porter on a version of Nat King Cole's "Mona Lisa" during a promotional appearance for Thor: Ragnarok on the BBC's The Graham Norton Show,
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Sleep, The Sciences | ★★★★
At the Gates, To Drink From the Night Itself | ★★★ 1/2
Burn the Priest, Legion: XX | ★★★
Five Finger Death Punch | And Justice for None ★★
In the late Seventies, heavy metal transcended musical genres and became a culture. Metalheads grew their hair as long as they wanted, wore denim battle jackets and studded
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Recent Metal Releases Show a Segmented Scene, But Its Core Power Remains the Same
For the first time onstage, Thom Yorke performed "Spectre," the Radiohead song intended as a potential theme
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Thom Yorke Debut Radiohead's 'Spectre' Live
Sean Lennon's Chimera label is unearthing lost music from Beanpole, a demented recording project featuring performances from Primus members Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde, and Derek Greenberg and Adam Gates of Geffen-signed alt-pop group Spent Poets. All My Kin, featuring recordings from between 1984 through the late
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Unearthed Music From Primus-Adjacent Nineties Project Beanpole