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"With his Old Testament growl and dedication to clanging, wheezing instruments, Tom Waits's sound is unmistakable. His songs mix an imaginative sense of theatre with cool jazz, grizzled blues, and Tin Pan Alley. He's spent four decades advocating for all the lost souls who walk crooked streets while
#MIchaelJackson would've been 57 today. "Such a creature as Michael is the perfect pop hybrid for the Eighties. The fanzine set is not scared off by raunchy lyrics and chest hair. But the R-rated uptown dance crowd can bump and slide right along the greasy tracks. Thriller is eclectic enough to incl
"Retro fashion has always been a popular form of expression, but the members of New York-based art and music collective the Tribe are taking their love for the Eighties and Nineties beyond the surface of style. For the past three years, the Tribe's six core members — King Kid Love, Manolo Mike, Chil
All the rock & roll reads to cozy up to this fall
Listen to Justin Bieber's soul-searching new single, "What Do You Mean?"
Watch Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence dance atop Billy Joel's piano
Roger Waters' 'Wall' pig and inflatable Freddie Mercury are headed to controversial auction
Foals on the modern-rock turbulence of their fourth album, 'What Went Down'
Building an entire planet out of clay isn't easy, but new adventure game 'Armikrog' does it
Hear Keith Richards' brash, funk-inspired new song "Substantial Damage"
Madden and Me: How football's biggest video game took over my life
"You made it about you." Miley Cyrus slams Nicki Minaj over rapper's #VMAs snub reaction
Happy Birthday, #JackBlack! "When Jack Black was a first-grader, he loved The Six Million Dollar Man so much he tried to convince other kids that he was bionic: 'I'd go to school with these wires poking out of my sleeves,' he says. 'There was a lot of fraud in my youth.' In addition to his bionics i
Yo La Tengo break down their 30-plus-year career in 15 songs
Twenty-five years ago today, Stevie Ray Vaughan died in a helicopter crash in East Troy, Wisconsin, at age 35. "Forty-five minutes later, it's Vaughan's turn in the spotlight. His set is longer — even on nights when he's on first — and rootsier. It's barroom blues given a shove over the edge into so
Inside the messy, prophetic rise of N.W.A #longreads
Watch 10 great Stevie Ray Vaughan tributes
Watch Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' outlandish, charmingly ridiculous "Downtown" video
The rise and fall of a bitcoin kingpin #longreads
Inside Bill Murray's "secret" love of poetry
Watch Miley Cyrus go undercover to report on herself on #Kimmel
Bob Dylan's weirdest, funniest album turns 50 this weekend. @robsheff's look at 'Highway 61'
See Bono grab a star from the heavens in U2's second video for "Song for Someone"
Watch Taylor Swift perform "Smelly Cat" with Lisa Kudrow at her Los Angeles concert last night
I was waiting backstage. Lenny marched out with his whole band to the stage. The crowd was screaming. I went to follow with my all access pass and the guard said, "No photographers.” I slipped through a fence and ran around to the other side of the stage. I waved at Matt, the co-director of #afropun

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