Monday, May 13, 2013 5:09PM - By Travis Woods
Poor Justin Bieber has been having something of a rough patch these days. Despite his rabid and fervent army of Beliebers, he’s been getting into more and more skirmishes with the paparazzi, and is-get this, you guys—coming off just a little bit like a spoiled, out of touch, and entitled rich kid. And it seems that the rest of America is more or less getting sick of him, according to a recent music-related survey from Public Policy Polling, who also testing Americans about their feelings on Lady Gaga, Chris Brown, Taylor Swift and more.
Friday, May 10, 2013 5:35PM - By Laura Aguirre
The star of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs‘ latest music video is a blood-thirsty mosquito that feeds on little children. It’s beautiful, disgusting and totally worth watching. We have the clip for you below. Also, Courtney Love announced a brief U.S. tour, but don’t get your hopes up Hole fans because she’s going solo. We also have some updates on Kanye West‘s forthcoming album. All that and more below.
Thursday, May 9, 2013 5:32PM - By Travis Woods
It’s somehow all rather fitting that Andy Kaufman—prankster, cult figure, and performance artist—would release his first comedy album a whopping 19 years after his cancer-related death in 1984. After all, the anti-comedian often toyed prankishly with his public image, and often spoke of faking his own death, so it makes an oddball kind of sense that he would only now, nearly two decades after his death, finally get his own comedy album.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 5:32PM - By Laura Aguirre
Prostitutes and Catholic priests are the subjects of David Bowie latest music video. The singer once again loaded up his video with famous faces – Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard take the lead in “The Next Day,” the title track from Bowie’s recently released album.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 4:51PM - By Laura Aguirre
Atoms For Peace, The Cure, Muse, Kings of Leon and Depeche Mode are all headliners at this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival. The Texas-based festival is following the Coachella-format, meaning it’ll happen over two weekends for the very first time since its inception 12 years ago.
Monday, May 6, 2013 4:46PM - By Travis Woods
Everyone’s favorite literate and melancholy rockers, The National, have a new album coming out on May 21st (Trouble Will Find Me). As such they’re making a live trek through the United States and Europe with hipster kids the Dirty Projectors. But, just in case those weren’t close enough to where you live, the band has announced a large expansion of their tour.
Thursday, May 2, 2013 10:49AM - By Travis Woods
Earlier this week, we reported to you that beloved 1990s band Neutral Milk Hotel was finally reuniting (they last performed together in October 1998) for the inevitable reunion tour that seems to hook all broken-up bands eventually (c’mon, The Smiths, get it together now). Unfortunately, the announced reunion dates consisted of two shows in the United States, one in Taiwan, and one in Tokyo, Japan. But not to worry—more dates are now on the way.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 4:27PM - By Laura Aguirre
Tyler, the Creator is stirring up some controversy with his latest Mountain Dew ad. The commercial has come under fire for its racial stereotypes and depiction of violence against women. PepsiCo immediately responded to the criticism by apologizing for the ad and taking it off the air.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 5:05PM - By Laura Aguirre
Veteran rockers Fleetwood Mac delivered on their promise. Earlier this month they promised fans that they would be releasing new music, and lo and behold, they’ve done it. The band revealed a four-track EP titled Extended Play on Tuesday morning, making this the first time in a decade that Fleetwood Mac releases new music.