Category Archives: News

When Did We All Start Liking Childish Gambino?

Within a few months of the release of Childish Gambino’s debut album, Camp, I played the electronic-infused “Heartbeat” on my college radio show in Berkeley, CA. Sure, this was likely the poppiest song played that day – or week – on the notoriously obscure KALX, but I wasn’t quite expecting the reaction I received from a

Neil Young to Complete Long-Lost 'Trans' Film

Neil Young plans to expand his already voluminous online archives to include a wealth of previously unreleased material — including a long-lost film companion to his polarizing 1982 Trans LP that he says will let people experience the album “the way I wanted them to hear it in the first place.” As Young tells Yahoo!

Grimes is dating Elon Musk: Report

When Grimes walks the red carpet at the Met Gala tonight, she’ll have some pretty wealthy arm candy. According to Page Six, Grimes and Space X founder Elon Musk have been quietly dating for the last month, and they intend to go public with their relationship at the Met Gala. The pair apparently met online

Fleetwood Mac's New Guitarists, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn, Perform Together for the First Time

It took place during Finn’s show with his son, Liam, at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles. They played “Man of the World,” a single from 1969, back when Peter Green was fronting Fleetwood Mac, and David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream.” According to Variety, “Man of the World” went unrecognized by the crowd but “Moonage

Childish Gambino premieres new single “This Is America”: Stream

Last night, Donald Glover took the 30 Rock stage as both host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live. To coincide with the episode, Glover premiered a new song as Childish Gambino called “This is America”. The song marks the polymath’s first Gambino release since his 2016 smash Awaken, My Love!, which produced the Grammy-winning “Redbone”. Glover said he’d be retiring

Album Review: Sleep Awaken and Deliver Primordial Rock on The Sciences

To download, click “Share” and right-click the download icon | iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS The Lowdown: The Sciences is the first album from Sleep in 15 years, a surprise-release follow-up to their 1998 recorded and 2003 released hour-long song about smoking weed in the desert. It follows on the heels of several years of full-album sets and festival

X Japan’s first album in 22 years is “done pretty much,” features Marilyn Manson

X Japan have gone through a lot in their 35 years of existence. They’ve had to deal with career threatening injuries, brainwashing cults, suicide, and a decade-long breakup. So perhaps it’s understandable that there’s been a 22-year gap between records. Fortuantely, the wait for new music is almost over, as the band confirms in an