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LIGHTS Streams ‘Little Machines’

It’s been three years since we last heard a full-length from LIGHTS, so today is undoubtedly an exciting one as the electro-pop star has teamed up with the New York Times to premiere an exclusive stream of her brand new record, Little Machines. While the album officially hits stores September 23 via Warner Bros. Records, […]

ICP Suing FBI For Labeling Their Fans As A “Gang”

Whether you are a fan of Insane Clown Posse or not, you may know about the report that the FBI’s National Gang Intelligence Center published back in 2011 labeling Juggalos as a “loosely organized hybrid gang.” Shortly after, the hip hop duo responded by threatening to take legal action against the FBI and Justice Department […]

Lorde Does Not Like To Be Called A ‘Teen Hottie’

New Zealand pop princess Lorde has been featured in every pop culture zine and print publication worldwide in recent months, and along the way a lot of adjectives have been used to describe and otherwise sell her image. This is common for every celebrity of course, especially one still in their teens (such as Lorde), […]

Rick Rubin Discusses Working With Kanye West On New Album, ‘Yeezus’

There’s been a ton of news and hype lately leading up to Kanye West’s new album, Yeezus. During his album’s listening party in New York this earlier week, West made the announcement that Rick Rubin is indeed the executive producer on the upcoming album. Kanye West is even on record telling The New York Times, […]

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Vampire Weekend Reveal Basically Everything (Release Date! Artwork! Tour Dates!) About Their Upcoming Third LP ‘Modern Vampires Of The City’

Yep, that’s really the title. While all other news is going to pale in comparison to Fall Out Boy’s return, there are other things happening in the music world that we should probably still report on. Like this. Brooklyn indie rock standard bearers Vampire Weekend have finally fully fleshed out the details for their upcoming […]

RZA Discusses The Possibility Of A Wu-Tang Clan Reunion in 2013

Holy shit. If there is one group the hip hop community would love to see reunited it’s Wu-Tang Clan, and today RZA is setting the blogosphere ablaze with comments that such an event could happen in 2013. Speaking with The New York Times, the man behind The Man With The Iron Fists offered the following […]

Tom Morello Not a Fan of Paul Ryan

Rage Against The Machine guitarist, Tom Morello, lambasted Republican Vice Presidential nominee, Paul Ryan, in an Op-Ed for Rolling Stone. Morello, considered by many as one of the greatest guitarists of his generation, is highly outspoken and minces no words in expressing his confusion and disdain of Ryan. The de facto House of Representatives leader […]

WATCH: Kermit And Muppets’ Composer Bret McKenzie Perform “Life’s A Happy Song”

It is officially Muppets week and to celebrate, we thought we could kickstart everyone’s Monday with a song from our friend Kermit The Frog. Joined by Muppets composer Bret McKenzie, Kermit performs the opening song from the upcoming film, The Muppets. It is entitled “Life’s A Happy Song” and in typical Muppets fashion lives up […]

Common Is A New York Times Best Seller

It is truly an understatement to say that Common has moved us with the likes of his hip-hop and creative movement. Today, Common’s autobiography, One Day It’ll All Make Sense, landed him on the prestigious New York Times Best Seller List. Truly a gratifying experience for Common and the ones that have followed him throughout […]

NYTimes talks to Tyler The Creator

Odd Future have officially made it. Today, the New York Times is running a feature on the OFWGKTA leader Tyler The Creator, discussing both Odd Future and his upcoming album, Goblin. Click here to check it out.

New York Times talks Juggalos

The New York Times is currently running an article on Insane Clown Posse, their fans, and how the group has recovered from the incidents that took place at The Gathering last year. Click here to check it out.

M.I.A. Continues Attack

on New York Times Journalist Lynn Hirschberg