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Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Here's What Music Apollo 11 Astronauts Enjoyed for Their Walk on the Moon | Military.com

NASA began equipping astronauts with small Sony TC-50 cassette recorders on the Apollo 7 mission. They used them to play mixtapes.

Music | Music

Top 50 Best-Selling Artists of All Time | Mental Floss

Who are America’s all-time favorite musicians and bands? When it comes to the best-selling artists of all time, The Beatles still rule—yes, even a half-century after their breakup.

Music | Music

8 Facts About David Bowie's 'Space Oddity'

Fifty years ago, just weeks before the Apollo 11 landing, David Bowie's iconic single 'Space Oddity' was released.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

All Four Beatles Were Originally to Appear in ‘Yesterday’

'Yesterday' writer Richard Curtis reveals how all four members of the Beatles would have been seen in the movie in July 2019.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Ziggy Stardust Barbie Debuts for 50th Anniversary of David Bowie's 'Space Oddity' | Mental Floss

David Bowie's space-age alter ego Ziggy Stardust has been immortalized as a Barbie doll, complete with a metallic suit and platform boots.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Holocaust Survivors Come Alive in this Magical Song

When holocaust survivors come together with their families the result is phenominal.

Music | Music

How Stevie Wonder Lost His Sight

Despite being blind since infancy, the “My Cherie Amour” and “Superstition” singer paved a career filled with 25 Grammy awards and social justice work.

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

A Look Back At Some Of The Best Musical Moments In Skateboarding History | Pitchfork

With skateboarding soon to be an Olympic sport, let's have a look at the best combinations of music and skating ever committed to videotape.

Music | Music

The 35 Best-Selling Albums in American History

Given the tens of millions of copies each of these albums have sold, you're almost guaranteed to have at least one of them in your collection.

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The Best Rolling Stones Songs That Don’t Really Sound Like the Rolling Stones | Pitchfork

Ten times they transcended their blues-rock traditions

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Woodstock ‘Took on a Life of its Own,’ Recent Archaeological Survey Reveals

The 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival is fast approaching, and though the iconic cultural event still resides within living memory, the site is now the subject of archaeological inquiry. As new research shows, Woodstock was more even more c

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Rolling Stones make triumphant return following Jagger's reported surgery

CHICAGO - For anyone who ever doubted Mick Jagger was superhuman, the Rolling Stones’ Soldier Field show Friday would make you a believer.

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The Rolling Stones on How They Craft the Perfect Set List

What’s Keith’s favorite show-opener? Why doesn’t Mick like playing “Beast of Burden?” The band shares how they plan a gig ahead of their U.S. tour launch

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Nina Simone: Her Art and Life in 33 Songs | Pitchfork

In conversations with artists including Chan Marshall, Maxwell, and Esperanza Spalding, and through examination of her most iconic songs, we look at the life of a true spellbinder

Music | Music News

Facebook reverses ban on Led Zeppelin album cover - CNN

Facebook has reversed a ban it placed on a classic Led Zeppelin album cover that features images of naked children.

Music | Music

Woody Guthrie - Greatest Hits (FULL ALBUM -GREATEST FOLK MUSICIAN)

TRACKLIST 01- Do Re Mi 00:11 02- Dust Bowl Refugee 02:50 03- I Ain't Got No Home In This World Anymore 06:54 04- Tom Joad (Part 1) 09:46 05- Tom Joad Part 2 ...

Music | Music News

Monte Carlo, 1958: When The Chairman Took The Throne | uDiscover

Performing at Princess Grace Of Monaco’s personal request, Frank Sinatra and Quincy Jones stunned a Monte Carlo audience full of celebrities and royalty.

Family & Parenting | Jewish People

The Wedding Clip of Two Terror Victims that Will Have You in Tears

Avigdor Gavish and Ayelet Dickstein both saw their parents murdered in terror attacks before their eyes. This wedding clip says it all.

Music | Music

GREAT VIDEO: What makes Ringo a Great Drummer - Tribute by Sina

Ringo is still the most underrated drummer in Rock. This humble tribute is meant to illustrate the importance of Ringo Starr's unique drum work for the Beatl...

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The Spice Girls (All 5!) Are Reuniting for a Movie We Know Nothing About

The Spice Girls, who are Melanie Brown (Scary), Emma Bunton (Baby), Melanie Chisholm (Sporty), Geri Halliwell (Ginger), and Victoria Beckham (Posh), are reuniting for an animated film.

Music | Music

“At the Party” by Black Belt Eagle Scout Review | Pitchfork

As Black Belt Eagle Scout, Katherine Paul often draws on her childhood growing up in the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community—roots that hold deep meaning in the now Portland-based singer-songwriter’s music.

Music | Music News

To Celebrate The Band's 55th Anniversary: Every Rolling Stones Album, Ranked

To celebrate the Rolling stones' 55th anniversary we take on the daunting task of ranking their entire discography. Here are the best Rolling Stones albums from Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood.

Music | Music

What Was Your First iTunes Download?

As we prepare for iTunes’s ascent to the great trash bin in the sky, let us remember it for what it truly was: a documented library of our most embarrassing music choices.

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Watch Kelsea Ballerini Best Performs Song Miss Me More #CMT2019 Music Awards | Watch Upcoming Movies , First Trailer, Events , TV Show , News On 24 OtavoTV

KelseaBallerini Best performs at the #CMT Music Awards 2019 #CMT2019 Kelsea Ballerini shares a message of independence in her feisty performance of "Miss Me More" at the 2019 CMT Music Awards.

Music | Music News

‘The Quiet One’: Bill Wyman Doc Trailer Highlights Elusive Ex-Rolling Stones Bassist


The film traces the long life and career of the Rolling Stones bassist using his archives of unseen audio and video

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Next Out of Prince’s Vaults: The Hits He Gave Away - The New York Times

“Originals,” a collection of 15 demos for songs recorded by the Bangles, Kenny Rogers and Sinead O’Connor, is a rough draft of pop genius.

Music | Music

Learning to Listen, in a Los Angeles Cafe Built for Vinyl - The New York Times

Japanese-style listening bars, where D.J.’s spin carefully selected records for a hushed audience, are arriving in America. But truly appreciating them can take a little practice.

Music | Music

Why David Bowie Only Had Two No.1 Singles

David Bowie is a masterful magician of the musical plane, but why did he have relative difficulty topping U.S. charts? We tackle that aspect here in ILCR.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple is finally going to put iTunes out of its misery

A little more than 18 years after Steve Jobs first introduced Apple’s iTunes software at the 2001 Macworld Expo in San Francisco, pointing to a “music revolution” that was underwa…

Music | Music

Apple Is Finally Killing iTunes

Farewell to a clunky but world-shattering icon

Music | Music

Despite short-term anguish, the economics of leaving CDs behind turned out to be sneakily much better for record companies

With streaming poised to infuse billions of dollars into the record business, artists are once again hoping to get their fair share.

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Metadata is the biggest little problem plaguing the music industry - The Verge

Metadata problems have plagued the music industry for decades. Not only are there no standards for how music metadata is collected or displayed, there’s no need to verify the accuracy of a song’s metadata before it gets released, and there’s no one

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

Man Restoring a Classic Synthesizer Goes On a 9-Hour Acid Trip After Accidentally Touching LSD-Covered Knob

There are plenty of wild rumors, mythologies, and eyebrow-raising stories from the long history of music, including claims that parts of synthesizers designed by electronic music pioneer Don Buchla had been dipped in LSD. But as engineer Eliot Curtis rece

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Bad Copy

A new punk and alternative music site.

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'Bitter Sweet Symphony' Credits And Royalties Given Back To The Verve By Jagger, Richards : NPR

A songwriting dispute left the Britpop band bereft of royalties from its biggest hit, "Bitter Sweet Symphony." More than 20 years later, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have signed over their rights.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Eurovision performance that would make John Lennon proud

Taking John Lennon's words to heart changed Eurovision for the better.

Music | Music

Nipsey Hussle Murder Suspect Indicted on New Charges | Pitchfork

Eric Holder’s case was revisited with a grand jury who added two additional counts of assault with a firearm

News | News

Shalva Band - A Million Dreams Realized

Shalva Band – A Million Dreams Realized This week we witnessed – and the world witnessed right alongside with us – the realization of many a dream and the impact of inclusion. The Shalva Band took to the largest live music event in the

Music | Music

With A Little Help From Their Friends: Sgt Pepper Cover Versions

There have been many Sgt Pepper cover versions, from artists as diverse as Jimi Hendrix and The Flaming Lips. uDiscover celebrates some of the best.

Music | Music

Gene Simmons visits White House and Pentagon, tells story of mother surviving Holocaust

He went on to discuss how his mother would cry when she saw the American flag and his gratitude for coming to America.

Music | Music

Facing Homelessness And Crushing Medical Debt, A Renowned Jazz Guitarist Reaches Out : NPR

Kenny Burrell's wife launched a GoFundMe campaign, aiming to raise $100,000 to relieve their most immediate needs — an increasingly common course of action.

Entertainment | Entertainment

‘Her Smell’ is a hypnotic rock ‘n’ roll rager

New York-based filmmaker Alex Ross Perry has spent the last decade making slow-moving tragedies about characters in complete denial and suffering from crippling psychological neuroses.

Music | Music

And now, a nice story about the kid who yelled “wow!” at the symphony

The world is full of terrible events, big and small, that we must all bear witness to day in and day out. Fortunately, sometimes it is also a place where purely good things happen. We’re happy to say that one such story has arrived to cap off the week.

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Joni Mitchell: Her Art and Life in 33 Songs | Pitchfork

Since releasing her first album in 1968, Joni Mitchell has been a singularly influential force in popular music, offering a blueprint for both enlightenment and rebellion. Here, we take a chronological look at the songs that define her legacy so far—but first, here is an essay about her many gifts by cultural critic Ann Powers.

Politics | Antisemitism

The Most Powerful Israeli Revenge Against the Nazis On German Soil

Israeli singer Ofra Haza was the messenger of the most powerful revenge against the Nazis by the Jewish State of Israel.

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

The Elvis is the cutest retro-inspired Bluetooth speaker I’ve seen | Yanko Design

With a retro name and a personality to match, the Xiaomi Elvis Atomic is adorably small, and is styled to look like a miniature memento or trophy, rather than a Bluetooth speaker. Its design pulls inspiration from the turntable, and looks like it belongs somewhere in Fallout 76, according to Mike Chua.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

There's going to be very little of Elton John singing on the Rocketman soundtrack

We’re less than a month out from the release of Elton John “biopic” Rocketman, which promises to tell a fantastic, R-rated version of the celebrated singer’s life. You’d be forgiven for assuming that the John-authorized project—which stars Taron Egerton a

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

The best smart speakers for 2019

Smart speakers add convenience to your life, and these are the best right now

Music | Music

Prince's estate to release 'Originals' album of unreleased demos

Prince 's estate has confirmed the release of a new 15 track album, featuring the original versions of the iconic hits that he penned for other artists

Music | Music

The Best Rolling Stones Songs That Don’t Really Sound Like the Rolling Stones | Pitchfork

Ten times they transcended their blues-rock traditions

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12 Soulful Facts About Aretha Franklin | Mental Floss

The documentary of Queen of Soul's legendary gospel album, 'Amazing Grace,' has finally been released—nearly 50 years after it was recorded.

Music | Music

Beyoncé: Homecoming: The Live Album Album Review | Pitchfork

Beyoncé’s historic Coachella set is preserved as a stunning live album that captures an artist at her peak, flexing her catalog and shining a light on the genius of black artists that came before her.

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon strikes at Spotify with new free streaming music with ads

Amazon is launching a free music service to compete with Spotify's offering. It complements its existing Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited plans.

Music | Vinyl Records!

Do Remastered Records Actually Sound Better? • Gear Patrol

What is remastering? Do remastered records actually sound better? We asked a master engineer and music journalist to get to the bottom of it.

Music | Music

Here's How Much Coachella Has Changed Over The Years

A lot has changed since the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival got its start in 1999!

Music | Vinyl Records!

LA's Best Record Stores

The revival of vinyl has continued more and more throughout the past decade and LA's local records stores, both new and old alike have gained a reputation for upholding the highest standard of music retail. In anticipation of Record Store Day, we're shari

Music | Music

How to Do Coachella!

The time has come... The first weekend of Coachella is just a mere seven days away! To get you ready, we put all of our ultimate desert festival content all in one place. From the parties you should be at to a mini survival guide, we have it. Click throug

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The Wild Story Behind Aretha Franklin’s Long-Delayed Documentary

“It’s all crazy. It’s the craziest story that I know of in show business. I think we’ve lapped the field on crazy.”

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The Black Keys Pull Out of Woodstock 50 - Pitchfork

Due to a “scheduling conflict,” Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney will not be performing

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The 13 Coolest Record Stores In America

What makes a record store cool? Is its obscure collection of vinyl, a storied history, a coffee shop within the store that brews third wave coffee, or the fact Prince shopped there?

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Wanda Jackson on Why She Had to Retire From Touring

“I wanted to work right up until the point that I couldn’t. That point has been reached,” says the “Queen of Rockabilly”

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Mick Jagger 'will undergo heart valve replacement surgery this week' after postponing The Rolling Stones' US tour

MICK Jagger is set to undergo heart valve replacement surgery this week after postponing The Rolling Stones’ US tour, The Sun can reveal. The 75-year-old rocker will be having the op in New Y…

Music | Music News

Mick Jagger Spotted for First Time Since Tour Postponement

Mick Jagger was in good spirits Sunday after announcing he wasn't well enough to tour with the Stones.

Music | Music

No word yet from Jazz Fest about Rolling Stones ticket refunds

The Rolling Stones cancelled their May 2 appearance, leaving ticket holders in limbo.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Artists Ranked From Best to Worst

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Every single inducted artist, from 1986-2019 ranked from best to worst. Including Chuck Berry, the Beatles, Michael Jackson, Queen, Madonna, Prince and more.

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New Music Friday: Our Top 7 Albums Out On March 29

The sinister pop of Billie Eilish, lyrical rap from Quelle Chris and a long-shelved album from Marvin Gaye are just some of the albums on our short list of the week's best new releases.

Music | Music

Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly are going on tour, even though both of them are dead

In a move that many believed would be impossible until the government perfected zombie technology, both Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly will be going on tour soon—even though the former died in 1988 and the latter died in 1959. Rather than reanimating the a

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Wanda Jackson announces retirement from touring

A Maud native, Jackson launched her musical career while still a student at Capitol Hill High School in Oklahoma City, when country musician Hank Thompson heard her singing on a local radio station. When "You Can't Have My Love,” her 1954 duet with

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The English Beat's Ranking Roger Dies At 56 | Billboard

The English Beat and General Public vocalist Ranking Roger --real name Roger Charlery-- has passed away at the age of 56 after a battle with cancer.

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

Apple AirPods upgrade: Two reasons 2nd-gen AirPods are worth it - SlashGear

Apple's new AirPods are here, and while there are several obvious reasons to upgrade, for me it's the small - but important - details that have my finger

Music | Music

Ready or not, the 2019 Woodstock lineup is here | Music News | Consequence of Sound

The 2019 Woodstock lineup lineup pairs contemporary stars including JAY-Z, Miley Cyrus, Chance the Rapper, The Black Keys, and Imagine Dragons alongside veteran artists like Robert Plant, Santana, David Crosby, John Fogerty, and Grateful Dead offshoot Dea

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The Lush, Vivid World Of The Karen O & Danger Mouse Collaboration | Pitchfork

Karen O and Danger Mouse have concocted a lush, vivid world on their dreamy and poignant collaboration.

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Rolling Stones’ ‘Circus,’ once lost and unfinished, will receive a theatrical release

For over two decades, “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus” was a lost film, unfinished and unseen, more rumor than pop culture memory. Now, in time for the North American leg of the Stones’ ongoing No Filter Tour, “Circus” has been remaster

Music | Music News

Dick Dale, King of the Surf Guitar, Dead at 81

Pioneering guitarist and progenitor of surf rock with “Let’s Go Trippin'” and “Miserlou” inspired generation of musicians

Music | Music

What if Beto O'Rourke Ran America Like Ian MacKaye Runs Dischord Records?

By now you’ve probably heard all about the fabulous piece on Beto O’Rourke that was published in Vanity Fair a couple of days ago. In...

Music | Music

Glastonbury 2019 Lineup Announced: The Cure, the Killers, Janet Jackson, More - Pitchfork

Tame Impala, Lauryn Hill, Vampire Weekend, and more also join previously announced headliner Stormzy

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple addresses Spotify’s claims, but not its demands

Two days after Spotify announced that it had filed a suit against Apple with the European Commission over anticompetitive practices, Apple today issued its own response of sorts. In a lengthy statement on its site called “Addressing Spotify’

Music | Music

Ultra Rare Beatles Demo Found in U.K. Charity Store Expected to Fetch $20,000 at Auction

Staff at the British Heart Foundation (BHF) were stunned when a plastic bag left at their local fundraising store included a super-rare demo cut of The Beatles first ever single, "Love Me Do"

Music | Music

Hal Blaine, Wrecking Crew Drummer and Rock Hall of Fame Member, Dies at 90

Drummer Hal Blaine, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member who propelled dozens of hits as a member of the “Wrecking Crew,” died Monday at 90.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Listening To Music While Doing Work 'Significantly Impairs' Creativity, Study Finds

Listening to your favorite band while chipping away at a presentation for work or your memoir may not lead to your best stuff. While it's often thought that having background music on actually boosts creativity, a new study finds that it actually can do j

Music | Music

Steven Wilson Says 'Boy Band Led Zeppelin' Greta Van Fleet Won't Last

"Maybe they'll prove me wrong and develop into a good band and make a good record." | iHeartRadio

Music | Music

How we made Booker T and the MGs' Green Onions

‘It was originally called Funky Onions – but to laced-up, deep-south America, that sounded like a cuss word, so we had to retitle it’

Books | Books

Joni Mitchell to Release Book of Lyrics, Poetry, and Paintings | Pitchfork

Morning Glory on the Vine: Early Songs and Drawings compiles unreleased works by Mitchell from 1971

Music | Guitar: Gear & Tips

15 Steps to Better Chops: Pump Up Your Technique with These Essential Exercises

Want to be a better player? Of course—we all do. That’s why we practice. So why does it seem like all that practice time isn’t paying off? It could be because

Music | Music

Buddy Guy Is Keeping the Blues Alive

Is the legendary guitarist and singer the last of his kind?

Music | Music

10 Undeniable Facts About the Michael Jackson Sexual-Abuse Allegations | Vanity Fair

The author, who spent more than a decade covering the scandal for V.F., shares the key revelations and insights that viewers of the new HBO documentary Leaving Neverland need to know.

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

The best true wireless earbuds for 2019

If you can't stand the tangle of cords, or you're just excited about completely wireless earbuds, you're going to need some help separating the wheat from the chaff. Our list serves up the best in true wireless earbuds, from sweatproof work

Music | Music

Record Store Day 2019 Full List: Robyn, “Twin Peaks,” Death Grips, Weezer, and More

Bob Dylan, Soccer Mommy, Sigur Rós, Broken Social Scene, Moses Sumney among this year’s huge list of vinyl releases

Music | Music

The 200 Best Albums of the 1980s | Pitchfork

Kate Bush, N.W.A., Brian Eno, Madonna, Prince, and the other icons who defined a decade

News | News

Michael Jackson accusers detail alleged sexual abuse in new interview

Ahead of Leaving Neverland debuting on HBO this Sunday, Wade Robson and James Safechuck — the men accusing Michael Jackson of sexual abuse in the film — are speaking out.

Music | Vinyl Records!

Look out: Phonographs are 'anachronistic,' per Georgia legislation

Vinyl collectors spin with disbelief

Music | Music

Monkees Singer and Bassist Peter Tork Dead at 77

The affable performer played with the Monkees from their earliest days as a made-for-TV band all the way through their recent reunion tours

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

Samsung Galaxy Buds last an hour longer than AirPods on a single charge

In addition to the Galaxy S10, Samsung announced Galaxy Buds. The new wireless earbuds last an hour longer than Apple's AirPods on a single charge.

Music | Music

A Thousand People In The Street: 'For What It's Worth' Captured Youth In Revolt

Though often associated with the Vietnam War, Buffalo Springfield's signature song was inspired by a confrontation back home, which erupted on a few famous blocks in Los Angeles.

Music | Music

18 Signs You Are Addicted To Collecting Vinyl

It always starts off like a little hobby. And then, before you know it, you're spending $150 on an out-of-print import.

Music | Music

Queen Will, Queen Will, Rock You at the Oscars

Queen, accompanied by Adam Lambert, will perform a song from Bohemian Rhapsody at the 2019 Oscars ceremony.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

16 Great Things to Do in New York (Feb 20–March 6)

Looking for awesome things to do in NYC today? Here’s a frequently updated list of things to do in and around NYC, including Travis Scott at MSG, New York Philharmonic with Yo-Yo Ma, Jerry Saltz on the Armory Show, Independent, Spring/Break and more.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

The Weird Sadness of Aughts Nostalgia

The aughts were a weird time for music: Mixtapes were rampant, a sort of weird sadness hung over everything post-9/11. We now move through nostalgia so fast that we’ve skipped over 1999 and are thinking about 2009.

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

The rules of estate sales

Estate sales are the ultimate tease. They show a little leg when the estate sale organizers start posting delectable photographs of the contents on the website weeks in advance.

Music | Music

Rolling Stones' hellraiser Keith Richards reveals he's cut down on hard liquor and cigarettes in a bid to live a cleaner life...after December turned into 'one long party' for his 75th

Keith Richards has revealed he is reining in his infamous party lifestyle and cutting down on hard liquor and his beloved cigarettes,in a new interview with MOJO Magazine .

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

The Beatles never existed in the world of Danny Boyle’s new film Yesterday

A story about a world without the world's greatest rock band from screenwriter Richard Curtis

Music | Music

Listen to Jessie Ware’s New Song “Adore You” | Pitchfork

Ware’s first track of 2019 was co-written and produced by Metronomy’s Joseph Mount

Entertainment | Entertainment!

5 Grammy winners who didn't deserve their win this year — sorry

The 61st annual Grammy Awards took place on Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. As usual, the Recording Academy had some missteps.

Music | Music

The Beatles' Paul McCartney Reveals A 'Very Personal Thing' About Songwriting

The Beatles bassist Paul McCartney has offered his advice to young people who want to become musicians and songwriters in a recent interview with Lindsey

Music | Music News

The best thing about the halftime show was everyone making fun of Maroon 5

There is no band more consistently, doggedly embarrassing in America than Maroon 5.

Music | Music

How Tone-Deaf Are You? This Test Can Tell

Before you audition for 'The Voice,' you might want to spend five minutes making sure you're up to the challenge (or at least won't completely embarrass yourself).

Music | Music

Peter Jackson Signs On to Make New Beatles Film Out of Unseen ‘Let It Be’ Footage

Sir Peter, meet Sir Paul, and Mother Mary. “Lord of the Rings” filmmaker Peter Jackson has come aboard a project that Paul McCartney had previously hinted was in the works: a new Beatles documentar…

Music | Music

A Brief History of Rock Musicians Who Went Electronic

Pavement’s Stephen Malkmus recently announced that he’d be going electronic on his next solo record. It’s a weird move, but from Neil Young to Eric Clapton, it’s not without precedent.

Music | Music

New Record Store Scratches LI's Itch For Rare Presses

The Needle & Groove specializes in hard-to-find albums for vinyl aficionados.

Music | Music

Better Oblivion Community Center Performs 'Dylan Thomas'

In their first-ever public performance together as Better Oblivion Community Center, Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers debut their song 'Dylan Thomas' on the ...

Music | Chicago Music Scene

Why won’t City Hall fight for Chicago’s homegrown music scene? | Music Feature | Chicago Reader

The Chicago Independent Venue League shouldn’t have to push back against the Live Nation handouts in the Lincoln Yards development—but the city doesn’t protect its own treasures.

Music | Music

10 modern hard rock bands that are better than Greta Van Fleet

Anyone looking for modern bands that channel '70s hard rock can do a lot better than Greta Van Fleet.

Music | Music

The 15 concerts we can't wait to see during 2019

It's natural, at the beginning of any new year, to look ahead. And if you're a live music fan, you'll certainly like what you see for 2019.

Music | Music

Huey Lewis and The News Prep First Album of New Songs in 18 Years

The singer hasn’t performed a concert in nearly a year due to suffering sudden-onset hearing loss

Music | Music

New Music Friday For Jan. 18: 7 Albums You Should Hear Now

It's a brand-new season of New Music Friday and our 2019 debut includes the sparkling, smart pop of Maggie Rogers, swooning love songs from James Blake, new Pedro The Lion, Deerhunter and more.

Music | Music

How Technology is Reviving the Global Music Business

As it stands, streaming continues to be the biggest contributor to the global recorded-music business. Estimates suggest that streaming paid out $9.6 billion into artist and labels in 2018, making up more than 50 per cent of the global trade’s total rev

Music | Music

Roger Daltrey on swagger and sensitivity, the new Who tour, plus the Beatles question

As Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend prepare a new album and tour, The Who rocker talks with the L.A. Times about sex, drugs and whether a Beatles-Who supergroup makes sense.

Music | Music

Rolling Stones to headline 50th New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival | cleveland.com

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival has got satisfaction: The Rolling Stones are among the headliners for the 50th anniversary festival.Organizers on Tuesday confirmed reports that the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will play. Also headlining the 8-d

Music | Music

How to play vinyl with AirPlay or Bluetooth to HomePod, headphones, and more

In the age of digital media, users may sometimes forget what it was like with physical media formats, specifically with audio. Through the years we’ve had CD, cassette, digital, and vinyl. Wouldn’t…

Music | Music

10 apps to help you produce your next album on your phone

Making music on your smartphone might seem like a sweet (and rewarding) deal. But you'll need some good apps—we collected some of our favorites.

Music | Music

Watch Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Fall Off Stage After Chugging a Beer

Guitarist took mid-song tumble during recent Las Vegas gig, recovered without missing a beat

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

Leftists PANIC After Discovering Coachella Owner Donates Thousands To Republicans | Daily Wire

Although the high-profile, star-studded music festival has been going on for years, it seems leftists only just realized — this week — that Coachella, which draws decidedly liberal headliners like Beyonce and Eminem, is owned and managed by ... a Repu

Entertainment | The Hometown

Elvis Birthday Week Opens in Croon-tastic Fashion

GRACEBAND will sequin-up the stage, in Hermosa Beach, all to pay homage to The King.

Music | Music

6 Takeaways from the 2019 Coachella Lineup | Pitchfork

All in all, a pretty good year—but what's up with the EDM throwback?

Music | Music

Rockers We've Lost in 2018

Ultimate Classic Rock honors those who we've lost in 2018.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Daryl Dragon Dead: ‘Captain’ of Captain & Tennille Dies at 76 – Variety

Daryl Dragon, familiar to 1970s music fans as half of the bestselling duo the Captain & Tennille, died Tuesday in Prescott, Arizona at 76.

Science & Technology | Tech

In 2018 the ticketing industry finally killed the “sold out” show

Jesse Lawrence Contributor Jesse Lawrence has been in media and tech for 20 years. Prior to TicketIQ, he worked at MediaMath and IAC. He started his career as a writer. More posts by this contributor The Golden Knights, live gambling and the future of liv

Music | Music

Rock Is Dead, Thank God

It’s time to face the reality that rock has been eclipsed by pop, hip-hop, and EDM, and accept that it might actually be a positive thing for the genre.

Science & Technology | Tech

Received AirPods for Christmas? Here are some tips & tricks to get you started

AirPods were a super popular Christmas gift this holiday season. If you were lucky enough to receive them, here are a few tips and tricks to help make your listening experience even better.

Music | Music

Why Mainstream Rock Sucked in 2018

From Imagine Dragons’ overproduced posturing to artists ripping off a whole lotta Led Zeppelin, here’s what went wrong this year

Music | Music

Jeff Goldblum Has a Number One Jazz Album. It Only Took Him 50 Years

The actor-keyboardist used to bluff his way into playing piano bars as a teen. Now at 66, he explains why he recorded his debut album

Music | Music

How the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame Is All Wrong, Even When It Gets It Right

Applauding the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame for getting something right to me is like praising Mr. Trump for doing something “presidential.” Sure, sometimes the president can read a teleprompter without an inappropriate adlib or sit through a public c

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The Cure Hint at New Album, Share 2019 Tour Dates

In addition to announcing new tour dates, The Cure also said that they're finishing up work on their first new album in over a decade.

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Photographer Spends 10 Years Tracking Down The Original Locations Of Vinyl Covers

Alex Bartsch is a photographer who is a true reggae fan. He was first introduced to Bob Marley when he was a child, and he got so inspired that he spent 10 years of his life traveling around London searching for original locations of the most famous regga

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The best wireless powered bookshelf speakers

By Brent Butterworth This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutte...