It’s about to be time to hang up your “Free Weezy” t-shirts, just in time to break out your “Free Gucci Mane” shirts. Again. It looks like the Atlanta-based rapper is once again facing jail time.
The Democrats haven’t been able to do it, but now a website can tell you exactly what you wanted to know: What the fuck Obama has done so far.
On their self-titled debut, the Smith Westerns’ sound was a bit like playing long lost T. Rex outtakes on an 84 Honda Civic’s blown out stock speakers. It appears they’ve polished their sound and have a few more influences for their sophomore release “Dye It Blonde.”
The new video features ghosts, a bowl cut, my little pony, and crystal necklaces of course.
It’s getting cold outside, but San Diego’s Heavy Hawaii have put out an EP that’s perfect for closing your eyes and imagining those lazy summer days spent wasting away in the sun.
Apparently in California, if you’re a white actress or hotel heiress/porn-star who has nothing to offer you get off easier than a black rapper who saves lives.
Keith Richards’ long awaited autobiography, entitled “Life,” is set for release later this month. He has a few things to say about his longtime friend and bandmate, most of which aren’t too flattering.
In what turns out to be the largest civil penalty under the Controlled Substance Act, CVS Pharmacy agreed to pay $75 million in fines for allowing customers to make repeat purchases of a key ingredient in making meth.
Stephin Merritt, the prolific frontman of The Magnetic Fields, is a bit of a recluse. He generally keeps to himself only leaving home to go to gay bars, which he finds to be the best place to write songs. This is why it’s great news that there’s a new documentary coming out about Merritt and his band.
If you’re into energetic, poppy, punk with squeaky clean production, look no further than The So So Glos. The lead off track off their new EP, “Fred Astaire” is a high-energy dance-punk song that has hints of Elvis Costello and a glossy sheen of production.
CMJ is coming soon, and there’s no way for anyone to even see a quarter of the bands that are playing. To make things easier for you we’ve compiled a list of the best acts to see at this year’s CMJ.
Earlier this year Tennis released a seven-inch that caught the eye of many critics. It apparently also got the attention of Fat Possum.
Flight and Dead Gaze may share the same state and simliar musical tastes, but that’s not to say their identities are shared, as they team up to create a whole new genre of haunted garage rock — the perfect music for a halloween throw down.
Faisal Shahzad, known to most as the Times Square bomber, was sentenced to life in prison earlier today, proving that you can still get a speedy and fair trial in this country.
This past saturday Kanye West had one of the best performances in modern “Saturday Night Live” history, and this morning he went to twitter to give people the news they’ve been waiting for, he finally re-named his new album.
At this point in their career, the members of Animal Collective can create hype with the release of a bowel movement. While I wouldn’t go as far as saying that is what “Lucky 1″ is, it’s definitely no “Person Pitch” or “Merriweather Post Pavilion.”
If you already didn’t think the Arcade Fire was uncool, you will after watching this sermon.
Gang of Four released two great albums around 30 years ago. They’ve influenced countless of bands, and now they’re back with a new album and we’ve got the first single available for you to download for free.
Lots of things will give you a boner, but Pomegranate juice isn’t one of them.
The University of Texas is already known for having one of the first major school shootings in 1966 that left 14 people dead and 31 wounded when a man barricaded himself in the university’s clock tower.