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Morrissey To Release Cover of Lou Reed's 'Satellite of Love'

Morrissey has announced that he will release a live cover of Lou Reed's "Satellite of Love" on December 5 as a tribute to the late alt-rock icon. It also marks the release of his audiobook version of Autobiography.

Flaming Lips, Mark Lanegan, More Pay Tribute to Sparklehorse on Charity Album

Sparklehorse might not have been the most popular name, even to fans of indie rock, but a tribute album to the group and Mark Linkous (more or less the band's curator) will feature quite a few gig names.

Dir En Grey Bringing Bigger Show and New Approaches to 'Ghoul 2013' Tour

Dir En Grey got a little tired of playing its old songs. So it reconsidered six previously released tracks for its new EP 'The Unraveling.' Grey is bringing the heavier versions of its older music, and a bigger stage set up on its current American ...

Freaky Friday: Anya Marina Covers T.I.'s 'Whatever You Like'

Welcome to Freak Friday. Each week we highlight a new cover song that we're crazy about. Have suggestions? Send them our way! This week, we give you: "Whatever You Like."

Back of The Billboards: 'No Place' by A Lot Like Birds

Society always celebrates the records that top the Billboard 200 album chart. Back of The Billboards is a Music Times weekly segment that looks at the opposite end: the new record that finished closest to the back of the Billboard 200 for the ...

Read Lorde's Open Letter, Written On Her 17th Birthday

Yesterday, Lorde took time to reflect on her success and her new life. She penned an open letter for her 17th birthday on Tumblr that examines the past year, starting from creating the "Lorde" persona to living in the Big Apple.

Kacey Musgraves Censored During CMA Performance?

We're not sure what a good winning percentage for award shows is, because we've never been nominated for anything. Kacey Musgraves was nominated for a heck of a lot of awards at the CMA's this week, but only took home one trophy from her six ...

HARD Music Festival Aims to Shift Spotlight to Female DJ's

Gary Richards, the founder of the HARD dance-music festival series (and occasionally performing under the name Destructo), has announced plans to launch what he called a "weekender" that would feature exclusively female performers. He plans on two ...

Eminem's Childhood Home Burned In Fire

The childhood home of Eminem, pictured on the cover of the Detroit rapper's latest album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, his was burned in a fire last night, The Detroit Free Press reports.

Watch M.I.A. Perform Her New Track, "Come Walk With Me" On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

M.I.A. was a guest and performed last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. With the help of The Roots she played “Come Walk With Me” from her new album Matangi.

The Ke$ha-Flaming Lips Collaboration Album, 'Lip$ha,' Is Called Off

Sad news for fans looking forward to that Flaming Lips-Ke$ha collaboration that Wayne Coyne had promised. Look like that won’t be happening anymore. Coyne tweeted today that the album had been called off, “As of now . . . sadly there will be no ...

Listen to The National's New Song "Lean"

The National have premiered their new song "Lean," made especially for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack. The track is a brooding but delicate folk song that fits in with the darker themes of Catching Fire. Matt Berninger sings, "Every body ...

Women We Love Wednesdays: ZZ Ward

To do what we can to celebrate women in music and give them the positive recognition they deserve, each week Music Times will introduce you to a female in the music industry whom we love. Singer-songwriters, rappers, DJs, producers, filmmakers, and ...

Check Out The NBA Live 14 Tracklist

EA Sports has announced the complete soundtrack for NBA Live 14. The soundtrack, referred to as the NBA Live Mixtape, spans genres including hip-hop, EDM, indie rock and trap with artists such as Big Sean, Lorde, Run the Jewels, Dilpo, Pusha T and ...

Tuesday's Under 21: Anastasiya Petryk

It's easy to forget how young some of our favorite performers are when they enter the music world. From Michael Jackson's Jack 5 debut at the age of 11, to Lorde's chart-topping single "Royals" at the age of 16, it doesn't take much life experience ...

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