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Animal Collective Remixes Bob Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice, It's All Right' in Honor of the Tambourine Man's 75th Birthday

In celebration of Bob Dylan's 75th birthday today, experimental ravers Animal Collective have released a remix of Mr. Zimmerman's famed ballad "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" from his watershed 1963 sophomore album, 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan.'

Dinosaur Jr. Set to Release New Album 'Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not,' Announce World Tour

Dinosaur Jr. are set to release their new album 'Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not' on in early August (Aug. 5) and have also announced a world tour in support of their music. 'Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not' will be released in Jagjaguwar.

There Isn't a Light: Morrissey Nixes Scheduled Show at Chicago Riot Fest, Celebrates His 57th Birthday This Week

Morrissey, the influential English singer who turned 57 yesterday, has reportedly cancelled his previously-announced appearance at this fall's Riot Fest in Chicago. News of the cancellation was issued by the artist today via website True to You.

Wilco Gears Up for Summer Tour of North and South America in Promotion of Ironically-Titled New Album 'Star Wars'

Everyone's favorite alt-country-gone-psychedelic-and-back rock band, Wilco, will launch a tour of North and South America this summer. Promoting their latest album, 'Star Wars,' the jaunt features opening acts Kurt Vile and Lucinda Williams.

Former Megadeth Drummer Nick Menza Dies After Collapsing on Stage in Los Angeles

Nick Menza, the former drummer for the influential heavy metal band Megadeth, died at the age of 51 after collapsing on stage while performing his progressive jazz trio at the Baked Potato in Studio City in Los Angeles, said a family spokesman.

The National's Prodigious Grateful Dead Compilation 'Day of the Dead' Out Today; Features Mumford & Sons, The Flaming Lips

'Day of the Dead,' the Grateful Dead tribute compilation curated by The National's Aaron and Bryce Dessner, is now available. The expansive five-disc box set features Dead covers by The National, Mumford & Sons, The Flaming Lips and many more.

Paul Banks from Interpol and Wu-Tang's RZA Team Up as Banks & Steelz, Drop Debut Album Cut with Ghostface Killah [LISTEN]

Paul Banks, Interpol guitarist and vocalist, and Wu-Tang Clan rapper and resident producer, RZA, today unveiled their new collaborative project, Banks & Steelz. The duo dropped debut cut "Love and War" featuring the Wu-Tang's Ghostface Killah.

Limp Bizkit Launch South American Tour, Still No Word on 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants' Seventh Album Release

Limp Bizkit will play four concerts this month in South America, including a stop at Peru's Vivo X El Rock Festival. Meanwhile, Bizkit fans patiently await news on the release of 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants,' the band's upcoming seventh album.

Desert Trip Festival With Bob Dylan & Rolling Stones Has Priciest Tickets of the Summer

If you thought music festival tickets this summer were pricey, think again. While a pass to a festival like Coachella, Austin City Limits, or Bonnaroo isn't exactly the biggest bargain of the summer, the recently announced Desert Trip Festival in ...

Advance Base, Lo-Fi Pop Project From Ex-Casiotone for the Painfully Alone Singer, Releases Live Album 'In Bloomington'

Advance Base, nom de plume of singer-songwriter Owen Ashworth, will release live album 'In Bloomington' this July. The LP from the artist formerly known as Casiotone for the Painfully Alone documents a rare performance featuring his full-band lineup.

Guns N' Roses Supporting Acts Include Lenny Kravitz, Alice In Chains for Reunion Tour

Guns N’ Roses have announced the first round of supporting acts for their Not In This Lifetime Tour. The band will reportedly play with Alice In Chains in Detroit on their opening night in Detroit, Michigan on June 23 and will run through their ...

Strangers for Way Too Long: Ian Curtis, Joy Division Remembered on 36th Anniversary of the Venerated English Singer's Death

Yesterday marked the 36th anniversary of the death of legendary musician Ian Curtis, acclaimed singer and songwriter of infuential English post-punk band Joy Division. The anguished frontman committed suicide on May 18, 1980 at 23.

Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill Members Unite to Form Rap-Rock Supergroup Prophets of Rage

Members of Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave are reportedly joining forces with rappers Chuck D of Public Enemy and Cypress Hill's B-Real to launch a new rap metal supergroup called Prophets of Rage.

Anthony Kiedis of Red Hot Chili Peppers Hospitalized, Band Cancels Gigs

Anthony Kiedis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers has been hospitalized and the band has cancelled gigs. Kiedis was reportedly in the hospital for a stomach bug leading the group to cancel a show at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in California this past ...

The ‘Slow’ Triumph of Starflyer 59: Frontman Jason Martin on New Album, Tooth & Nail Reunion and 23-Year Career [Exclusive Interview]

Seasoned shoegazers Starflyer 59 returns with new album 'Slow,' the band's first on Tooth & Nail Records in six years. Here, the group's frontman, Jason Martin, talks exclusively to Music Times about the new record and his lasting music career.

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