The White Stripes release last show as live album September 20, 2019
Posthumous Leonard Cohen collection on the way September 20, 2019
New Releases From September 13th September 19, 2019
Collaborative Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash sessions to be released September 19, 2019
Van Morrison announces new album, shares song September 18, 2019
Shotgun Jimmie releases new video for 'Fountain' September 18, 2019
Warp records box set announced September 18, 2019
Watch Pavement's Stephen Malkmus cover two Silver Jews songs in Glasgow September 15, 2019
Jeff Goldblum announces his second jazz album, shares single September 14, 2019
N.E.R.D to reissue both versions of 'In Search Of..." September 14, 2019
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Godzilla is stomping back into theatres, so it only makes sense that a vinyl release for the soundtrack to Godzilla: King of the Monsters would also be incoming.
It’s been three years since Madlib revealed that he and Freddie Gibbswere working on a follow-up to their collaborative 2014 album Piñata. It’s finally coming out—Bandana is out June 28 via Keep Cool/RCA and Madlib Invazion/ESGN. The new LP has features from Pusha-T, Killer Mike, Yasiin Bey, and Black Thought. Check out the music video for Gibbs’ and Madlib’s new single “Crime Pays” (directed by Nick Walker) below, and scroll down for Bandana’s cover art.
The Fab Four appeared on the long-running show in June 1966, weeks before their last-ever gig at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park.
Australian psych proggers King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard have released a video for the brand new song Self-Immolate
Bonobo is hitting the road for a handful of North American dates, as the producer announced on Wednesday (May 29).
They started out as the background vocalists for Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Anthony Hamilton. Now, The Hamiltones will be releasing their debut EP, Watch the Ton3s, on June 7.
As I Lay Dying recount their recent trials in a new mini-documentary called Misery Evolving: The Untold Story of As I Lay Dying. The video was issued Wednesday (May 29) to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Month, as the band relayed in an accompanying statement.
Elusive music producer Burial will soon return with a new EP. The collection contains two tracks, “Claustro” and “State Forest”, and serves as his first solo release since 2017.
Blondie’s Debbie Harry will release her memoir Face It on Oct. 1, Harper Collins announced today. The book features first-person essays, interviews with rock journalist Sylvie Simmons, rare photos, original illustrations, and an introduction from Harry’s bandmate Chris Stein.
Iggy Pop will release a new lyric book collection, ‘Til Wrong Feels Right, October 1st. The book, which is currently available for preorder via Penguin Random House, will include lyrics, essays, photographs and artwork created by Pop throughout his career.