Run the Jewels make the worst of a bad situation in their new video for "Legend Has It," which finds the duo standing in a police lineup while tripping on acid.
In the clip, Killer Mike and El-P drop tabs of LSD while waiting to take their spots in a police lineup. When the lineup happen, the duo
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Run the Jewels Drop Acid in Police Lineup in 'Legend Has It' Video
Spoon announced a new batch of concert dates in support of their new LP Hot Thoughts. The tour starts at the end of April and now stretches into September.
After a two-week Southeastern U.S. trek
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Spoon Extend Massive North American 'Hot Thoughts' Tour
One of the most indelible moments in Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll, Taylor Hackford's 1986 documentary on Chuck Berry, finds Robbie Robertson leafing through a scrapbook of various photos, ticket stubs and other Berry
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Robbie Robertson Remembers 'Original Guitar God' Chuck Berry
When Gary Clark Jr. opened for Eric Clapton in New York on Sunday night, the day after Chuck Berry died, he told the audience that his song "Travis County" wouldn't exist without Berry. "It's one of the first songs I
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Gary Clark Jr. on Chuck Berry: 'His Influence Is Everywhere'
Werner Herzog, Solange and Gucci Mane will be among the artists contributing unique performances to this year's Red Bull Music Academy NYC, with tributes to Prince and
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Werner Herzog, Solange, Gucci Mane Lead RBMA NYC 2017
Since its formal introduction in 1973, the Biennial at New York's Whitney Museum of American Art has earned an enviable reputation for tapping into the aesthetic and cultural zeitgeist. And the show's reach extends far beyond the art world: In recent years, alongside names such as Matthew Barney, Cindy Sherman and Raymond Pettibon, the Biennial has hosted musical acts ranging from Gogol
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