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  • Little Big Town Debuts New Song With Help From the Roots

    Little Big Town may have wished they could "Stay All Night" when they visited Jimmy Fallon and performed on the Tonight Show this week, but they certainly made an impression with the time they had. The group, whose newest record, Pain Killer, debuted this week at Number Three on the country albums chart, was...

  • Cowboy Ballads & Country Rockers: Garth Brooks Previews New LP

    Earlier this morning, while fans logged onto GhostTunes to hear free, 60-second clips of the 14 songs from Garth Brooks' forthcoming Man Against Machine, the singer hosted a more in-depth listening session at the headquarters of his new record label, Sony Music Nashville. 

    The setting — a renovated chapel that Sony...

  • Hear Nas' J Dilla–Sampling New Song 'The Season'

    Earlier this week, Nas crashed a Run the Jewels listening party to play fans his latest single, "The Season." Now the rapper has shared the smoothly soulful song online, making it available to stream below and download.

    After months of promoting the 20th anniversary edition of his breakthrough debut, Illmatic, and...

  • Chart Report: Florida Georgia Line Remain Number One, Jason Aldean in Second Slot

    The country charts received a shot of Pain Killer this week as Little Big Town's sixth studio release becomes the quartet's fourth to reach the Top Ten on Billboard's Country Albums chart. Debuting at Number Three and led by the group's Top Ten hit "Day Drinking," Pain Killer sold 42,000...

  • Carrie Underwood Reveals Songs on Double Disc 'Greatest Hits'

    Carrie Underwood wraps up 10 spectacularly successful years in one neat little package with the December 9th release of Greatest Hits: Decade #1. The 25-track collection will features four tracks in never-before-released renditions and also includes two new songs, "Little Toy Guns" (penned by the singer with Chris DeStefano and...

  • Bob Dylan Releasing New Album 'Shadows in the Night' In 2015

    Bob Dylan's upcoming covers disc Shadows In The Night is officially slated for a 2015 release, according to an ad inserted into advance copies of Dylan's new The Basement Tapes Complete box set. News of the LP first came in May when Dylan posted a cover of Frank Sinatra's 1945 hit...

  • Florida Georgia Line Channel 'Office Space' for Wild 'Sun Daze' Video

    If only Tyler Hubbard said, "BK, I believe you have my stapler." Florida Georgia Line pay homage to Office Space in the video for new single "Sun Daze." Opening with Hubbard and Brian Kelley dressed in their nerdy Milton Waddams best, the clip casts the duo as cubicle dwellers in an antiseptic...

  • Watch an Epic 'Ghostbusters' Audio-Visual EDM Remix

    It's been 30 years since the paranormal comedy Ghostbusters first possessed the big screen – and to celebrate, audio-visual crew Eclectic Method have paid tribute to that classic film with a jittery remix. Jonny Wilson gives the original theme song a distorted electronic facelift, blending fragments of synths, programmed beats and snippets of...

  • Silent Screams: Rob Zombie's Top 5 Silent Horror Movies

    As a director, Rob Zombie makes horror films that are as loud as his music — dark, grungy, old-school grindhouse movies full of screaming women and buzzing chainsaws. As a fan, however, his taste often runs toward the silent horror of the 1920s: "What I love about these films is they're...

  • See Flying Lotus' Horrifically NSFW 'Ready Err Not' Video

    The second that Flying Lotus announced that his upcoming record would be titled You're Dead!, his fans should have expected something grotesque for Halloween. Fittingly, the experimental electronic/hip-hop artist has delivered an animated video for the track "Ready Err Not," which premiered on Adult Swim, that splits the difference between...

  • Bruce Springsteen Reveals Books and Authors That Inspire Him

    Bruce Springsteen's first children's book Outlaw Pete, based on a character introduced in the Working on a Dream song of the same name, is due out November 4th, and the songwriter-turned-author spoke to the New York Times about his own favorite books and writers.

    Springsteen's literary tastes are varied, as we learn...

  • 'Fortress of Solitude' and the Un-Suckification of Broadway Musicals

    In my New York City high school in the late Seventies, the black kids listened to funk and disco, the white kids to Sixties rock and new wave — music that reflected back who we imagined ourselves to be. Then there were the musical theater kids, another race entirely, devoted...

  • Flashback: Taylor Swift Dresses Like Kiss to Crash Keith Urban's Show

    Halloween only rolls around once a year, but that doesn't mean there aren't other occasions — say, a sold-out show in Kansas City, Missouri, during your band's final performance on Keith Urban's Escape Together World Tour — worthy of dressing up in costume and letting your freak flag fly....

  • Hear Steve Aoki Energize David Guetta's 'Dangerous'

    David Guetta's next album, Listen, opens with the sound of a piano. Eventually, a drum kit provides the opening track, "Dangerous," with a crisp beat, and the guitar and bass lock into a disco-funk groove; a few minutes later, a string section brings it all to a close. "I wanted to...

  • Hear Foo Fighters' Rowdy, Nashville-Inspired Song 'Congregation'

    With the Nashville installment of Foo Fighters' Sonic Highways HBO show set to air, the group has shared "Congregation," the raucous, guitar-wailing song it wrote while drawing inspiration from Music City. Specifically, the track contains the line, "And they're singing like a bluebird in the round," presumably a reference to the city's Bluebird...


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