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Arlo Guthrie took to Facebook on Friday to announce his retirement from touring. In a lengthy post titled “Gone Fishing,” the folk singer-songwriter explained that he’s canceled his upcoming...

Karol G has released a new single, “Bichota,” with a glammed-out music video. “‘Bichota’ is a celebration for all women and men who choose to be fearless and fabulous,” Karol G said in...

Sigur Rós have announced the release of their orchestral album, Odin’s Raven Magic. The 70-minute piece is a collaboration with fellow Icelandic artists Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and Steindór Andersen....

Miley Cyrus has officially announced her seventh album Plastic Hearts. The 27-year-old kicked off the cycle with the Stevie Nicks-sampling single “Midnight Sky” this summer. Plastic Hearts will...

A Joe Biden campaign ad that criticized President Donald Trump’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic by highlighting a struggling bar and music venue in Ann Arbor, Michigan has been pulled from YouTube...

The Buzzcocks will reissue the 12 singles the pioneering punk band released for United Artists between 1977 and 1980 in a new 7-inch vinyl box set. Each single in the 12-record set — due out January...

The CMT Music Awards celebrated the best in country music videos on Wednesday night. This year, the winners shared the wealth evenly: only Carrie Underwood was a repeat winner, taking home the top...

Plenty of artists have taken to shooting their music videos at home during Covid-19, but for Miranda Lambert, the unfortunate circumstances of the pandemic have presented a unique opportunity to flex....

Shortly after the release of late Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie’s posthumous album Away Is Mine, the video for “River Don’t Care” has dropped. Created by Toronto artist Alex Macleod,...

Following the death of blues rocker Spencer Davis on Monday, Steve Winwood has paid tribute to his former bandmate, who he called a “big brother.” “I’ve known Spencer since I was about 13,...

A TV series based on Tegan and Sara’s High School — their memoir that traces the Quin sisters’ teenage years and the twins finding their respective voices both musically and through their personal...

Tony Lewis, the bassist and singer for the Outfield who scored a major Eighties hit with “Your Love,” has died. He was 62. Lewis’ death was announced on his website and social media pages. A...

Thirty years ago this month, Mary Chapin Carpenter released her 1990 album Shooting Straight in the Dark, a record that, up until “Shut Up and Kiss Me” in 1994, produced the Washington, D.C.-area...

Jarvis Cocker’s band JARV IS… covered the Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs” during an exhibition saluting choreographer Michael Clark. The sextet faithfully recreated the droning tune,...

21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode II spent a second week at Number One on the Rolling Stone Top 200 Albums chart. The album amassed 81.6 million streams and 1,400 downloads, just enough to...

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign has released a new ad highlighting the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the live music industry — and it features a rare commercial sync of a Beastie Boys song. The...

Miley Cyrus delivered a powerful cover of the Cranberries’ “Zombie” during her three-song set from Los Angeles’ famed Whisky A Go-Go as part of the Save Our Stages Festival (#SOSFest), the...

After nearly three-and-a-half years out of the public eye, Adele will return to the spotlight by serving as host — but not musical guest — on the October 24th episode of Saturday Night Live. Adele...

Run the Jewels performed their latest album RTJ4 in its entirety for the first time for the “Holy Calamavote,” Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry’s livestream that encouraged fans to register to...

In the preface of the Contract With Black America that Ice Cube published in late August — amidst the ongoing global civil-rights uprising — professor and economist Darrick Hamilton wrote about...