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David Bowie Shares New Seven-Minute Song 'Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)' [LISTEN]

BBC Radio 6 premiered David Bowie's new track "Sue (or in a Season of Crime)" recently, and a rip of the tune has surfaced online.

David Bowie Reveals Three Covers for Upcoming 'Nothing Has Changed' Compilation Album [PHOTOS]

For his upcoming career-spanning compilation Nothing Has Changed, David Bowie has unveiled not just one, or two, but three separate album covers, one for each format the album is being released on, Gigwise reports. All three covers feature a ...

Ty Segall Plays a Bunch of David Bowie Songs During Chicago Concert [WATCH]

Psychedelic rocker Ty Segall made a stop in Chicago Tuesday (Sept. 23) in support of his most recent album, Manipulator, and paid tribute to one of his favorite artists after the city's mayor proclaimed it "David Bowie Day."

David Bowie's New Album Ain't Coming Soon...CNN Misquoted Producer According to Tweet from Visconti

Remember the hubbub that started late last week when a producer close to David Bowie said that yes, the alt-rock legend would be releasing an album of new material "definitely soon"? Turns out that isn't true...just the result of a complicated yet ...

New David Bowie Album Is On The Way ... Maybe

A producer who has worked with David Bowie throughout the years recently said that a new album from the artist will be out soon.

9 Bands That Have Broken Up More Than Once: Simon & Garfunkel, The Velvet Underground, And More

Yesterday, Sept. 18, the very sad news broke that Ohio indie rock legends Guided By Voices had suddenly broken-up and canceled their upcoming tour dates. This is second time the group has split (the first split occurred back in 2004), which isn't all ...

30 Years of The VMA's: Music Times Fixes MTV's Errors from 1984 for Michael Jackson, The Police and Herbie Hancock

Music Times looks back at the major awards presented at the 1984 rendition of the VMA's and makes the revisions that history needs for closure.

David Bowie Day Declared in Chicago to Coincide with Retrospective Art Exhibit

If you love David Bowie and happen to live in Chicago, boy, are you in luck. Chi-Town's mayor Rahm Emanuel has officially declared that Sept. 23, 2014, will be David Bowie Day in the Windy City.

David Bowie Loves The Kinks, Wrote Sleeve Notes For Box Set 'The Essential Kinks'

The 48-track, two-CD set is due Oct. 14, and Bowie's website just posted a photo of him standing with Ray Davies above the caption, "I've never heard a Kinks song that I didn't like."

No Thanks, U2: 8 Artists We'd Actually Like Free Surprise Albums From: OutKast, Kanye West, And More

Earlier this week, U2 unexpectedly released their new album Songs of Innocence for free on iTunes, making it the largest album release ever. Though this method of putting a new album into everyone's iTunes library is pretty cool and groundbreaking ...

David Bowie To Release 'Nothing Has Changed' Box Set, Featuring New And Unreleased Songs

Though it's not quite a new album, we will be getting some new music from David Bowie before the end of the year. Consequence of Sound reports that the 67-year-old rock legend will be releasing a career spanning compilation box set called Nothing Has ...

12 Legends Covering Songs By Other Legends: Aretha Franklin, Led Zeppelin, And More [LISTEN]

It's pretty common for an up-and-coming artist to cover a song by a legendary artist to get themselves going, but there have been many times where these covers of classic songs have come from other legendary artists. Here are 12 legendary artists who ...

5 Albums Named After Lyrics By Other Bands: Steely Dan, Spoon, And More

One of my favorite types of album titles are those that are taken from the album's lyrics, but these five artists took a slightly different approach. Instead of naming their album after one of their own lyrics, they named their album after a lyric by ...

7 Musicians Who Should Get Their Own Sitcoms: Nicki Minaj, Dave Grohl, And More

With the news that Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, of all people, will be developing his own sitcom on Fox, we started thinking about some other famous musicians who should also get their own sitcoms. Here are seven musicians who we think would do a pretty ...

9 Albums That Open With Instrumentals: Simon & Garfunkel, Modest Mouse And More

Last week I wrote about albums that end on instrumental tracks, which I described as sort of epilogues to the album's narrative structure. If ending an album on an instrumental is an epilogue, opening with one must be a prologue, a way to ease the ...

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