Just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their formation, iconic film director and noted music fanatic Martin Scorsese is set to produce a documentary on The Grateful Dead.
Brian Eno has announced the release of four full albums of previously unheard material this December.
China has openly scolded Kenny G for his visit to Hong Kong, claiming his presence gives support to the pro-democracy protesters.
Seminal electronic artists Orbital have announced that they have ended their relationship, only four years after reforming in the wake of the hiatus they began in 2004.
After years of pressure from the music industry and some governments, Google has finally caved and altered its search engine to demote sites offering illegal media downloads.
2014 will mark the first year since its inception in 1976 that no artists album will be certified as Platinum from sales.
With their $45k Kickstarter goal met, the hip-hop duo known as ‘Run The Jewels’ will now remix their entire new album with nothing but cat sounds and call it ‘Meow The Jewels’
Best known for his high-profile domestic abuse, parking lot fights and homophobia, now-apparent scientist Chris Brown took to Twitter to declare that the Ebola virus is, “a form of population control.”
Courtney Love has made a career out of taking credit for the accomplishments of others, and now she claims that she was the inspiration for every one of Billy Corgan’s hit songs.
In yet another celebration marking the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters, the iconic title track will be released on marshmallow –scented vinyl.
The master of Italian horror films and the Godfather of punk are coming together as Iggy Pop is set to play a serial killer in Dario Argeno’s next film, “The Sandman.”
Green Day heads the official list of nominees for induction into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame next year.
David Glimour announced that “The Endless River” will be Pink Floyd’s final album and the band will be retiring following its release next month.
The amount fans are willing to pay for random items from their heroes hit an odd new high as Willie Nelson’s braids sold at auction for $37,000.
In the latest move to hype their upcoming album and HBO series, Foo Fighters announced they’ll be the musical guest all next week on “Late Show With David Letterman.”