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Brian Eno Covers Lou Reed, Conjures the Titanic on New Album ‘The Ship’ [LISTEN]

Brian Eno just released The Ship, his latest full-length solo album on Warp. Apparently, the LP grew out of the legendary producer's fascination with World War I and the sinking of the so-called "unsinkable" Titanic. It plays like a pastiche, ...

MIXTAPE MONDAY: Check Out New Songs from Florence + The Machine, J. Dilla, PUP & More

Florence + The Machine, J Dilla and PUP, among many other artists, premiered new songs this week. Check out our weekly mixtape now!

Brian Eno Shares ‘The Ship,’ 21-Minute Ambient Title Track Off New LP: Stream It Here [LISTEN]

Electronic pioneer and legendary producer Brian Eno recently announced that his forthcoming full-length solo studio LP, The Ship, is due out April 29th via Warp Records. Now, the UK artist has shared the 21-minute ambient title track off the new ...

Damon Albarn Carried Offstage by Roskilde Security after How Long A Set?

Damon Albarn, like Steve Martin, is a wild and crazy guy, and the Blur frontman needed to be carried offstage by security after performing for nearly five hours at the Roskilde Festival over the weekend.

9 Rock Albums Whose Producers Co-Wrote The Music: Fun., The Black Keys, And More

In genres such as pop and hip-hop, it's pretty much standard for a producer to have an active role in the album's songwriting, especially if they're working with a solo artist, but this is pretty uncommon when working with rock bands, who tend to ...

5 Musician's Holiday Specials We'd Like to See (Now That One Direction Has One): Rush, Insane Clown Posse and More

One Direction got everyone excited for the Christmas season this week when the group announced that it would be taking part in its first ever holiday special. There are very few details as of yet but hopefully guest stars swing by and skits full of ...

Brian Eno To Reissue Four Albums Along with Unreleased, Rare Material [TRACKLIST]

Brian Eno has announced he'll be dropping four albums worth of unreleased or rare music via All Saints Records on December 2. Nerve Net (1992), The Shutov Assembly (1992), Neroli (1993), and The Drop (1997) will all be reissued and will come with a ...

10 Albums With Their Genre In The Title: Anthrax, Ornette Coleman, And More

Some artists make it pretty difficult to judge what kind of music they play based solely on their album covers or titles. However, these artists made it pretty simply to figure out by including the name of their genre in the album title.

13 Albums That End With Their Title Track: Bruce Springsteen, Sinead O'Connor, And More

An album's title track is inevitably given more weight than the album's other songs, because it's natural to assume that the one song the entire album s named after must be something special. However, these artists chose to place even more weight on ...

9 Solo Artists Who Are Better Than Their Bands: Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, And More

How many times have you been disappointed by a solo album from a member of one of your favorite bands? Sometimes they're outright bad, but even the good ones (Morrissey, Paul McCartney, etc.) simply can't compare to their old bands. However, these ...

8 Album Titles Inspired By Literature: The Roots, Iron Maiden, And More

I've previously written about bands that named themselves after works of literature, but some artists have chosen to boast their literary credentials in other ways. Here are eight album titles that were inspired by literary works.

11 Great Albums That Open With Their Longest Song: Black Sabbath, David Bowie, And More

When an artist writes a lengthy song for an album, they usually place it towards the end of the album, long after the listener has already settled in. However, these artists chose to place their album's longest song not only close to the beginning, ...

12 Album Titles That Describe The Music: R.E.M., Tom Waits, And More

A good album title should always suit or complement the music that it represents, but some artists create album titles by literally describing the music itself. Here are twelve album titles that describe the music.

7 Bands That Spawned Multiple Prominent Solo Careers: Genesis, Wu-Tang Clan, And More

Many bands would be lucky enough to have just one immensely talented artist to carry them to success, but these seven bands had two (or sometimes more) musicians in their ranks who would go on to achieve success on their own.

6 Artists From The '70s Who Did Well In The '80s: Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, And More

It may have been something in the water, but for whatever reason, the '80s were not kind to many of the genius artists of the '70s. Some of them lost their edge and went pop (Genesis) while some just completely lost their minds, and not in a good way ...

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