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Lana Del Rey Cancels Several European Appearances Due To Illness

Obviously, this is not going over well in the UK. According to MTV, Virgin Radio is planning a boycott of the singer, saying in a statement it "disapproves of this total lack of respect for the fans and is removing Lana Del Rey from its playlist."

New Pornographers Drummer Kurt Dahle Leaving Bands

Founding member and drummer of The New Pornographers, Kurt Dahle, is leaving the band.

5 Artists Who Debuted With Live Albums

If an artist decides to record a live album at all, it's usually released at least a few years into their career, after they're established enough to warrant interest in how their live performances sound. However, these five artists took a more ...

Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) Release Single "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" [LISTEN]

"Tip-toe on the track like a ballerina," Mike raps. "Ski mask in a Pontiac Catalina / It's obese female opera singer / You can run the jewels or lose your fingers."

WATCH: Royal Blood Cover Lana Del Rey's 'West Coast' [VIDEO]

The Ultraviolence single, which hit the charts this summer, was given a slight makeover by Mike Kerr (bass guitar) and Ben Thatcher (drums).

Tegan And Sara Announce 10th Anniversary Package For 'So Jealous'

The disc was their third effort on Vapor, and their first to really make a dent on the sales charts, with more than 200,000 copies sold and a gold certification.

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 songs from LVL UP, Pity Sex, Bass Drum of Death ...

Rhymesayers Announces More Fall Tour Dates: Atmosphere, Prof, deM atlaS On The Road Until Late November

The Minneapolis-based label, which features other alternative hip-hop studs including Aesop Rock, Brother Ali, Blueprint, P.O.S. and Grieves, has essentially become the G.O.A.T. of the indie rap genre since its inception in 1995.

Post Season Release Acoustic EP, Announce New Full-Band EP, 'Hollowed Out Hearts'

Sometimes We Play Acoustic is a different take on the band's sound, and the evidence is in the first song, "Hey Hun," in which singer Dan Tippery admits, "I went and wrote you a soft one."

Frank Ocean's Dad Calvin Cooksey Sues Russell Simmons For God Money After Portrayal As Terrible Father

Calvin Cooksey doesn't appear to have much of a case, but he's demanding $142 million in a defamation lawsuit against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs Join Karen O At New York Solo Gig [SETLIST]

On the road, ex-boyfriend Spike Jonze filmed a surprise music video for Karen's song "Ooo," and then her Yeah Yeah Yeahs brethren joined her onstage at a New York gig on Saturday night.

Arcade Fire's 'Funeral': 10 Songs Ranked For Its 10th Anniversary

Today, Sept. 14, marks the 10th anniversary of Arcade Fire's classic debut album Funeral, whose sweeping, epic sound has proven to be a major inspiration on indie rock and even pop music in the last decade. In celebration of the anniversary of this ...

Spike Jonze Releases Surprise Karen O Video For 'Crush Songs' Track 'Ooo' Starring Elle Fanning

Director Spike Jonze was at the New York Metropolitan Opera House to do a one-act play for fashion week, and was inspired to make the most of his time there by filming a video tribute to Karen O's new album Crush Songs.

Strand Of Oaks Announces Additional New York Date in December

Strand of Oaks, also known as Timothy Showalter, will be returning to the Big Apple in December to play the Bowery Ballroom.

Kings Of Leon Finalize Music City Food + Wine Festival 'Harvest Night' Details [SCHEDULE]

Kings of Leon have finalized details for their co-founded Nashville event Music City Food + Wine Festival.

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