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Jonny Greenwood

WATCH: Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood Debuts New Single, "Skip Loop" [VIDEO]

Jul 2014 09:46AM EDT

Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood surprised concertgoers at Roundhouse in London Tuesday night when he played a new song called "Skip Loop."READ MORE

Big Star

Big Star's First Two Records—'#1 Record' and 'Radio City'—Getting Individual Releases

Jul 2014 09:16AM EDT

Stax Records will finally be releasing Big Star's acclaimed albums '#1 Record' and 'Radio City' as individuals again.READ MORE

Michelle Shocked

Michelle Shocked Releases Silent Album Called 'Inaudible Women'

Jul 2014 21:46PM EDT

L.A. funk band Vulfpeck recently made headlines with its completely silent album Sleepify, which earned the band $20,000 from Spotify after they asked fans to stream it on repeat as they slept. Now another artist has pulled a similar silent stunt. Controversial singer-songwriter Michelle Shocked has released an album titled Inaudible Women, which as its title implies, is completely inaudible.READ MORE

Cast of 'Jesus Christ Superstar'

Lawsuit Brought Against Producer Of Canceled 'Jesus Christ Superstar' Tour

Jul 2014 20:53PM EDT

The New York Times reports that the canceled production of Jesus Christ Superstar, which was originally scheduled to tour North America this summer, is now the subject of a lawsuit, brought against the show's promoter Michael Cohl by Andrew Lloyd Weber's production company the Really Useful Group. The lawsuit claims that the production's cancellation was solely the decision of Cohl, and resulted in a tremendous financial loss for the Really Useful Group, which is seeking payment to "satisfy outstanding payments."READ MORE

Isaac Brock of Modest Mouse

Modest Mouse, Tears For Fears To Play 'Project Pabst' Festival In Portland

Jul 2014 16:25PM EDT

It seems as though Pabst Blue Ribbon beer has finally accepted its place in American indie culture with the announcement of Project Pabst, a three-day music festival in Portland, Oregon. The festival will take place across various venues in Portland from September 26-28 and will feature sets from Modest Mouse (who are based in Portland), Tears For Fears, Guided By Voices, and Violent Femmes. The Wu-Tang Clan's GZA is also scheduled to appear, and will be performing his 1995 solo album Liquid Swords in its entirety.READ MORE

Primus - "Primus and the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble" (2014)

Primus Announces 'Willy Wonka'-Themed Album, Shares Cover Of 'Pure Imagination' [LISTEN]

Jul 2014 15:35PM EDT

Weirdo funk-metal trio Primus has announced its eighth studio album, a tribute to Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory titled Primus and the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble, which will be out on October 21 and is currently available for pre-order. The album will be the Primus' first since 1995's Tales from the Punchbowl to feature its classic line-up of bassist Les Claypool, guitarist Larry LaLonde, and drummer Tim "Herb" Alexander.READ MORE


Lollapalooza Announces Live Stream Schedule Featuring Lorde, OutKast, Skrillex, And More

Jul 2014 15:05PM EDT

This year's Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago will be available for live streaming online over at Redbull.tv. Today, the festival's streaming schedule has been announced, which you can check out below. Red Bull will be offering three separate channels in order to accommodate the amount of acts performing simultaneously.READ MORE

Blur's Damon Albarn

Damon Albarn: Blur's New Album May Never Come Out

Jul 2014 14:18PM EDT

Being one of the busiest people working in music, Damon Albarn was bound to drop the ball on at least one of his projects. Unfortunately, he seems to have dropped the ball on his most anticipated project of all. In a new interview with NME, Albarn admits that the new album he started recording with Blur last year may never actually be finished, taking most of the blame for it himself and his inability to write enough lyrics in time.READ MORE

Beck On 'The Colbert Report'

WATCH: Beck On 'Colbert': Performs Two Songs, Chats With Stephen

Jul 2014 14:17PM EDT

Though his new album Morning Phase came out all the way back in February, Beck finally made his way to The Colbert Report studio last night, where he sat down for an expectedly funny chat with Stephen Colbert before performing two songs. You can check out the interview and his two performances below.READ MORE

Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin Announces Reissue Release Date: 'Led Zeppelin IV' And 'Houses Of The Holy' Get Deluxe Editions

Jul 2014 11:42AM EDT

Continuing its series of reissues, hard rock legends Led Zeppelin will be releasing deluxe editions of its fourth and fifth albums, 1971's Led Zeppelin IV and 1973's Houses of the Holy, on October 28th. These reissues follow the deluxe editions of the band's first three albums, which were released back in June.READ MORE

Muse's Matt Bellamy

Muse's 'Heavy' New Album Will Be 'Ready For Next Summer'

Jul 2014 11:38AM EDT

On Twitter last week, Muse frontman Matt Bellamy confirmed that Muse’s next album would hopefully be “ready for next summer.” In another tweet, Bellamy also revealed that the new album would be heavy. You can check out the tweets below:READ MORE

Maroon 5 performs at the Bowery Ballroom in NYC

REVIEW: Maroon 5 'It Was Always You', New Song from 'V' Explores Friends Falling In Love [LISTEN]

Jul 2014 10:46AM EDT

Maroon 5 is out to give those yearning, unrequited friends in love hope with a brand new song. Today (July 29), the Adam Levine led band released the second song from its upcoming album V as a part of an iTunes pre-order, "It Was Always You."READ MORE

Caleb Johnson at 25th National Memorial Day Concert

LISTEN: American Idol Winner Caleb Johnson Releases New Single 'Only One' from Debut Album 'Testify'

Jul 2014 17:43PM EDT

It seems like just yesterday that rocker Caleb Johnson won season 13 of American Idol, but the 22-year-old's debut album is right around the corner. Today (July 28), Interscope released Johnson's second official studio single "Only One," and it's looking like he's aiming to be the next Phillip Phillips or Daughtry.READ MORE

'Ride The Lightning' by Metallica

'Ride The Lightning' Ranked

Jul 2014 16:54PM EDT

Music Times' editor Ryan Book revisits his favorite (and Kurt Cobain's favorite) Metallica album, ranking its eight tracks from worst to first.READ MORE

'Cheap Trick at Budokan' by Cheap Trick

Ranking Albums Recorded at Nippon Budokan

Jul 2014 15:10PM EDT

Music Times looks at six albums from huge performers that have recorded live records at the historic Tokyo music venue.READ MORE

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