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Chuck Berry's death has reignited familiar questions over how far critics should go in the impulse to conflate a musician’s work and character.
The story of a mysterious Florida musician, fake identities and the record-breaking sale of a rare album that might not actually exist.
How did Apple manage to break a record with an album that's also available on Spotify, with only 20 million users compared to Spotify’s 100 million? The answer, according to the Apple Music team, is the power of Beats 1 and OVO Sound Radio.
Yesterday, Gorillaz announced a new album and dropped this spooky new music video for "Saturnz Barz (Spirit House)" featuring pizza-faced space creatures and one-eyed blue worms that just won't quit.
At least they've got a strange band of misfits to keep them company.
We're not fully convinced the guy in the bottom right is actually doing anything with those water bottles.
Noisy dives deep into the diverse influences — from Nina Simone to obscure Italian prog rock — that shaped Kanye's hit track "Famous" off his album "The Life of Pablo."
Macka B has a fridge full of fresh fruits and vegetables and even fresher flow.
This lady makes it look so easy, while we can barely text and walk at the same time.
Literally everything goes with "Ferris Bueller" or My Chemical Romance. But putting both of them together? That's some serious genius.
Just who is Billy Yeager? And who would pay $18,000 for his record?
Next time you're applying for a new gig, just pull a Josh Gad and hide from your interviewer until the last second, then jump out and sing through the entire "Beauty and the Beast" soundtrack.
Most teenage bands only last so long — few survive more than a year or two. That said, even fewer have Danny Carey of TOOL sit in and play during their last set.
It's an app that does way too much, and yet each function is so important to Apple that the company seemingly cannot imagine it doing less. And so each year it does more.
John Mayer can explain where he’s been. In fact, once he gets going, he probably won’t stop, given the amount of time he has spent in private processing his recent self-imposed irrelevance — the “lean years,” as he calls them.
With no dog in the fight, Mac Lethal offers his unsolicited opinion about what a spatting couple should do to repair their relationship — because who needs couples therapy when you've got a random YouTuber who wants to weigh in?
One of those things we never, ever thought we would say: "Deadpool 2" is still in production and maybe, just maybe, the producers should change course and make it a musical.
Staples is the perfect American story, the kid whose sheer cleverness has made him a star.
Dennis James' explains the origins of the glass armonica, a curious contraption inspired by the wet wineglass singing effect.
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