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Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips has opened up about the time screenwriter Aaron Sorkin was briefly attached to a musical version of 2002’s Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots. Speaking to Yahoo, Coyne talked about how his and Sorkin’s visions didn’t exactly align, as the screenwriter wanted the “Pink Robots” to represent “the evil George […]

Thom Bell, the Jamaican-born producer, arranger, songwriter, and pillar of ’70s Philadelphia soul, has died. The news was confirmed by Philadelphia radio station WDAS-FM. Bell was best known for his work in the “Mighty Three” with Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff; together, the trio created what became known as the “Sound Of Philadelphia.” He was […]

The elusive Kate Bush has shared a Christmas message to her website. Within her note, Bush touches on the Russia-Ukraine War, striking NHS nurses, the death of the Queen, and, of course, the massive success of “Running Up That Hill” via Stranger Things. She writes: “It’s been a crazy, roller coaster year for me. I […]

Yo La Tengo have been doing a Hanukkah Residency at New York’s Bowery Ballroom. Last night, they brought out a bunch of Ramones covers, including an opening instrumental of “Blitzkrieg Bop” and encore performances of “Rockaway Beach,” “I Can’t Make It On Time,” “Sheena Is A Punk Rocker,” “Loudmouth,” and “I Wanna Be Sedated.” The […]

Just last month, Journey guitarist Neal Schon sued bandmate Jonathan Cain, accusing him of blocking access to “critical” financial records. Now, adding to the band’s myriad legal battles, Schon has hit Cain with a cease-and-desist order over a gig Cain performed at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago last month. According to Variety, Cain performed Journey’s “Don’t Stop […]

Hello Gummers! What an incredible year for music of all shapes and sizes it has been. After spending no small amount of time in the depths of the comment section this week, Dansolo and I are proud to bring you the results of this year’s Comment Section Album of the Year results. As usual, there […]

The last entry in Weezer’s seasonal EP series is here. After dropping Spring, Summer, and Autumn installments, the band has graced us with SZNZ: Winter in honor of today’s solstice. Source link

In recent months, Madison Square Garden and its affiliated venues have used facial recognition technology to remove multiple lawyers from the premises because they’re employed by firms in active litigation against MSG. In a statement to Rolling Stone, a rep for Madison Square Garden Entertainment confirmed that in recent months the company adopted a policy […]

Antionne Brodnax, a Virginia rapper who performs under the name Bugzie The Don, sat for a photo shoot during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021, then used an image from that session as the cover art for his album The Capital. (We are not sure if the misspelling of Capitol was intentional there.) Now, […]

Mac DeMarco is back with his annual Christmas release, continuing a tradition that has previously brought us renditions of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “The Christmas Song,” and “Wonderful Christmastime.” This time DeMarco has chosen to cover “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” in loose, loungey style. […]

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