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Queens Of The Stone Age Release New Song, ‘The Way You Used To Do’


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It’s been a minute since Queens Of The Stone Age‘s sleazy hard-rock slipped into our ears. Josh Homme’s been busy hosting a show, Alligator Hour, on Beats 1 and making records with Eagles Of Death Metal and Iggy Pop. Villains… [Read More]


First Listen: Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, ‘The Nashville Sound’


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Lust and love will always inspire songwriters, but some of popular music’s most compelling dramas stem from people’s relationships to their backgrounds. The impulse to put distance between yourself and the environment you came from, or at least plot an… [Read More]


Why The ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ Cover Art Matters As Much As The Music


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As the album turns 50, critic Colin Fleming argues that the cultural impact of Peter Blake's iconic record sleeve equaled that of the music. [Read More]


Southern Rocker Gregg Allman Dies At 69


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Allman, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, died at his home in Savannah, Georgia. [Read More]


Why Remix ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’? Giles Martin, The Man Behind The Project, Explains


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Why would anyone remix one of the most important and influential albums of all time? Giles Martin explains how and why he did it for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. [Read More]


The Beatles’ First Take Of ‘Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds’


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On February 28, 1967, The Beatles were in Abbey Road Studios in London working on a new song, “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” Today we’re premiering “take one,” the first attempt The Beatles made at recording it. Lucy In… [Read More]


Chris Cornell, Powerhouse Voice Of Soundgarden And Audioslave, Dies At 52


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Cornell's representative says his death overnight in Detroit was "sudden and unexpected." It brings an end to a seminal career that helped forge not simply a distinctive sound, but an entire genre. [Read More]


The MP3 Is Officially Dead, According To Its Creators


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The MP3 upended the way the world receives and hears music, for better and for worse. Now it's dead. [Read More]


Songs We Love: The National, ‘The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness’


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Boxer, the album that many still consider The National‘s finest work, turns 10 in less than a fortnight. Ever since that album’s release, the Cincinnati-bred five-piece has been saying that its next record would channel the cataclysmic energy of its… [Read More]


Radiohead Announces 20th Anniversary Edition Of ‘OK Computer’


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Radiohead will release a deluxe, 20th anniversary edition of its breakthrough album OK Computer on June 23 on XL Recordings. In a series of cryptic images and messages on its website, the band revealed the album will be called OKNOTOK… [Read More]