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The Horrors Cancel North American Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

Jul 2014 14:10PM EDT

British indie rock band the Horrors have canceled a string of North American tour dates for unknown reasons, Pitchfork reports. This news came in a statement posted to the band's Facebook page on Friday.READ MORE

Karen O - "Rapt" Music Video

Karen O Shares 'Rapt' Music Video [WATCH]

Jul 2014 11:39AM EDT

Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O has shared the music video for her song "Rapt," directed by her husband Barney Clay, which you can check out below. This is the first video Karen O has released in support of her upcoming album Crush Songs, her debut full-length as a solo artist, which will be released in the U.S. on September 9 through Julian Casablancas' Cult Records.READ MORE

Linkin Park - "Hybrid Theory" (2000)

10 Albums That Are Partially Self-Titled

Jul 2014 20:04PM EDT

Naming an album after yourself or your band is a very nice, simple route to take, but these 10 artists took the idea of a self-titled album and made it a little more complicated. Here are 10 albums that are partially self-titled.READ MORE

R.E.M. - "Murmur" (1983)

8 Bands Who Debuted With Their Best Album

Jul 2014 19:57PM EDT

Some bands take a while to put out their strongest album, since it usually takes time to work out the kinks and hone your songwriting, but these eight bands came roaring right out of the gate with their strongest full-length effort.READ MORE

Queen's Freddie Mercury

10 Bands Whose Lead Singers Have Died

Jul 2014 15:32PM EDT

Today marks the 35th anniversary of AC/DC's Highway To Hell, a hard rock classic that would be the band's last album with lead vocalist Bon Scott, who died after a night of heavy drinking seven months after the album's release. Here are ten more bands that have suffered the loss of a lead vocalist.READ MORE

The Smiths - "Hatful of Hollow" (1984)

10 Albums That Close With Their Shortest Song

Jul 2014 12:21PM EDT

Many musicians have a natural inclination to close out albums or concerts with their biggest number (see: Purple Rain), but these ten artists did just the opposite, by placing the shortest track on the album at the very end.READ MORE

Simon & Garfunkel - "Bridge Over Troubled Water" (1970)

6 Artists Whose Final Albums Were Their Best

Jul 2014 09:16AM EDT

You'd think that after releasing an incredible, critically acclaimed album, an artist would have more of an incentive to continue along the same path. For one reason or another, however, these six artists closed out their careers on their best album.READ MORE

St. Vincent

Beyoncé's Producer Is Wrong: 8 Artists That Prove Guitar Music Isn't Dead

Jul 2014 13:20PM EDT

This past week, pop producer Greg Kurstin, who has worked with the likes of Beyoncé and Kelly Clarkson, declared that guitar music is at an "all time low," especially in the United States. Anyone who follows music that goes even slightly off the mainstream knows that this claim is absolutely false, and here are 8 current artists (all American, by the way) to prove it.READ MORE

Flying Lotus

Flying Lotus Announces 'You're Dead!': New Album And Tour Dates [FULL SCHEDULE]

Jul 2014 14:08PM EDT

Experimental electronic artist Flying Lotus has announced his new album You're Dead!, which will be released through Warp Records on October 6 in the UK and on October 7 in the US. You're Dead! will be his first album since 2012's excellent Until The Quiet Comes. In support of the album, Flying Lotus has also announced a string of tour dates, beginning this Friday, July 25, in San Diego, and finishing in Denver in late November.READ MORE

Jack White

Jack White Launches Third Man Books, Announces Poetry Collection 'Language Lessons'

Jul 2014 14:05PM EDT

Never one to be short on ideas, Jack White has announced the launch of Third Man Books, an independent publishing company and offshoot of his Nashville-based record label, Third Man Records.READ MORE

The Raveonettes - "Pe'ahi" (2014)

The Raveonettes 'Pe'ahi': Stream New Album Right Now [LISTEN]

Jul 2014 14:05PM EDT

Danish indie rock duo the Raveonettes have suddenly released their seventh album Pe'ahi, without any promotion or advance notice. The album is now available for purchase on iTunes and can be streamed on Spotify, which you can listen to below.READ MORE

Jenny Lewis The Voyager

Stream Jenny Lewis' New Album 'The Voyager' Before July 29 Release Date

Jul 2014 14:02PM EDT

Jenny Lewis' third studio album The Voyager isn't due in stores until July 29, but the new record from the former Rilo Kiley frontwoman is available for streaming starting today (July 21) in anticipation of the release date.READ MORE

Johnny Cash - "American Recordings" (1994)

8 Studio Albums That Feature A Live Track

Jul 2014 13:59PM EDT

One of the primary objectives for a record producer is to make sure all of the songs on an album sound sonically consistent, but some artists choose to do away with this consistency by incorporating a live recording into the otherwise studio recorded album. Here are eight studio albums that feature a live track.READ MORE

John Lennon

11 Songs Where The Artists Refers To Themselves By Name

Jul 2014 22:41PM EDT

It's common for an artist to write an autobiographical song, but some artists take it to another level by actually referring to themselves, or one of their bandmates, by name in the song lyrics. Here are eleven songs where the artist does just that.READ MORE

David Bowie - "Space Oddity" (1969)

9 Songs To Celebrate The Anniversary Of The Moon Landing

Jul 2014 17:12PM EDT

Today, July 20, marks the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and to celebrate, here are nine awesome songs that are about outer space and space travel.READ MORE

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