Bob Dylan Opens Up About Music, George Floyd and Coronavirus Pandemic in New York Times Interview

Throughout Bob Dylan’s illustrious career, the singer-songwriter hasn’t been keen on doing many interviews. However, on the heels of releasing his latest album, Rough and Rowdy Ways, Dylan sat down for a rare interview with his friend Douglas Brinkley with Read more

Third Man Records to Release ‘The Stooges’ Live At Goose Lake: August 8, 1970

The Stooges fans will be happy to hear that Third Man Records is releasing The Stooges’ Live At Goose Lake: August 8, 1970. It will showcase previously-unheard soundboard recording of the original Stooges’ final show together — honoring the performance’s Read more

Juicy J Speaks Out on Systemic Racism, Reparations and More in ‘Hella Fuckin’ Trauma’

Juicy J shared his feelings about what’s currently going on today with his new track, “Hella Fuckin’ Trauma.” The track takes on a whole laundry list of things from systemic racism to reparations to COVID-19. “Crisis actors right before my Read more

The Killers Change ‘Land of the Free’ Lyrics to Show Support for Black Lives Matter

The Killers are showing their support for Black Lives Matter. They shared a performance of their political song “Land of the Free” on Sunday (June 8) with new lyrics that reference George Floyd’s murder. “How many killings must one-man watch Read more

The 1975’s Matt Healy Deactivates Twitter Account After Promoting Song With Black Lives Matter Tweet

As the tensions and protest grow in Minneapolis and the U.S., following the killing of George Floyd earlier this week, musicians have been sharing their thoughts about the current situation. The 1975’s Matt Healy wanted to do the same. However Read more

Ice Cube Cancels Good Morning America Appearance and Says He’s ‘Done Talking’

Ice Cube was scheduled to make an appearance on ABC’s Good Morning America earlier this morning (May 28). But after the killing of George Floyd on May 25, he decided to cancel. “I apologize to everyone expecting to see me Read more

Gorillaz’s 2-D and Damon Albarn Perform ‘Aries’ on Kimmel Live

Gorillaz are no strangers to blending their part-human-part-animation music group on the live stage. However, Damon Albarn and 2-D’s recent performance of “Aries” on Jimmy Kimmel Live took that to another level. Albarn sang most of the vocals with 2-D nodding Read more

The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde Covers Bob Dylan’s ‘Standing in the Doorway’

While they’ve been in quarantine, Chrissie Hynde and James Walbourne of The Pretenders have been putting together a series of songs titled the “Dylan Lockdown Series.” And their latest collaborative cover is “Standing in the Doorway,” off 1997’s Time Out Read more

Iggy Pop, David Byrne and More Appear in Artist Maurizo Cattelan’s Bedtime Stories

Iggy Pop, David Byrne and other artists are collaborating on a new art project by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan. Titled Bedtime Stories, the digital art project asks each collaborator to read from their favorite book — whether it’s “a sentence, passage, Read more

Noel Gallagher Says Daily Cocaine Use in ’90s Gave Him ‘Brutal Panic Attacks’

Noel Gallagher recently opened up about his experiences with cocaine in the 90s and how doing the drug landed him in the hospital. “I did have to check into hospital once,” the Oasis songwriter/guitarist said on Matt Morgan’s Funny How? Read more