• James Taylor

    James Taylor Talks Heroin and Meeting The Beatles on 'WTF Podcast' with Marc Maron

    Ever since Marc Maron landed a brief phone interview with Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger earlier this year, he's enjoyed a steady stream of high profile musicians on his 'WTF Podcast,' including Jagger's writing partner Keith Richards, Motorhead bassist Lemmy, Celtic legendary Richard Thompson and his latest guest James Taylor, who joined Maron in the garage for a discussion of drugs, rock 'n' roll and his first encounter with The Beatles.
  • Nick Cave

    Kylie Minogue Reads Nick Cave's 1996 Rejection Letter to MTV [WATCH]

    In 1996, Nick Cave (of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds) penned a now-notorious letter to MTV requesting they rescind his Video Music Awards nomination for Best Male Artist. In his letter, Cave asserts "my muse is not a horse and I am in no horse race." Now, Kylie Minogue has read the rejection letter as a part of the Letters Live video series from the literary correspondence website Letters of Note.
  • Screenstill of Eartheater aka Alexandra Drewchin performing

    Eartheater Releases New Album 'R.I.P. Chrysalis' [LISTEN]

    Eartheater, the solo project of Guardian Alien frontwoman Alexandra Drewchin, has shared her new album, RIP Chrysalis, via Hausu Mountain. It is the Queens-based psychedelic cyborg singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist's second full-length album released this year. You can stream it now via Eartheater's BandCamp page.
  • Justin Bieber and girlfriend Selena Gomez watch the game between the San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on April 17, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

    Mixtape Monday: This Week's Newest Tracks For Sharing

    Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new 2015 songs from Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Usher, Nas, Diplo and more right here!
  • Actress Joanna Newsom attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Inherent Vice' at TCL Chinese Theatre on December 10, 2014 in Hollywood, California

    Joanna Newsom Slams Spotify, Compares it to a Rotten Banana

    Joanna Newsom's first album in five years, 'Divers,' drops next week, but don't expect to find it on Spotify. The harp-playing singer-songwriter slammed the music-streaming service in a recent interview, calling it "the banana of the music industry," asserting that "it just gives off a fume. You can just smell that something's wrong with it."
  • The David Lynch Foundation Honors Rick Rubin

    Bridge School Benefit Concert Featured Neil Young & Dixie Chicks

    On October 24 and 25, some of the biggest names in music including Neil Young and Promise of the Real, Ben Harper, Ryan Adams, Dixie Chicks, Sheryl Crow and St. Vincent will perform at the 29th annual Bridge School Benefit Concert, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
  • Sturgill Simpson

    Sturgill Simpson Covers Osborne Brothers on 'Austin City Limits'

    Sturgill Simpson is the latest artist featured on the PBS series Austin City Limits, celebrating its 41st season this month. He performed alongside Asleep At The Wheel, back for yet another performance. Simpson closed the show out with a vicious cover of The Osborne Brothers' bluegrass standard "Listening To The Rain," which morphed into T-Rex's "The Motivator."
  • The Oh Hellos

    The Oh Hellos Bring C.S. Lewis Inspirations to Rich New Album 'Dear Wormwood': Interview

    The Oh Hellos may have started off making music together simply as Tyler and Maggie Heath by writing a loving, joke-filled song together as a birthday gift for their mother's birthday but this is the sort of act that needs to be taken seriously. What started off as a remedy for being a couple of broke children soon developed in to a rich, fully formed musical project with the sort of richness of Fleet Foxes or The Head and The Heart. But, the kicker is The Oh Hellos create those sounds as a duo.
  • President Obama Hosts Chinese President Xi Jinping For State Visit

    POTUS Barack, Michelle Obama, Usher & MC Lyte Celebrate American Creativity [Free Live Stream]

    The official first family, better known as POTUS Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama, are hosting an all-star music tribute to celebrate the many contributions Americans have made to the arts and literary culture. On Oct. 17 at 7:25 p.m., A Celebration of American Creativity: In Performance at the White House will air a free live stream, glorifying some of America's greatest talents like singer Usher and female rapper MC Lyte.
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