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BROCKHAMPTON announce new album, debut “Tonya” on Fallon: Watch

BROCKHAMPTON appeared on The Tonight Show on Wednesday, marking their first public appearance since the departure of Ameer Vann over allegations of sexual misconduct. The hip-hop troupe came with new music in tow, as they debuted a track called “Tonya”. What’s more, Jimmy Fallon revealed that the next BROCKHAMPTON album will be titled, the best years of our

Nas premieres new album, Nasir, produced by Kanye West: Stream

Today brings the release of Nas’ first new album in six years. Entitled Nasir, the seven-track LP was produced entirely by Kanye West. Stream it in full below. The album’s opening track, “Not For Radio”, features Puff Daddy and 070 Shake. Other guests include The-Dream and Tony Williams. Nasir is the fourth Kanye-produced record to come

25 Years Ago: Paul Westerberg Finally Makes a Solo Album

The Replacements appeared on the cover of the February 1989 issue of Musician magazine. “The Last, Best Band of the ’80s,” read the cover line. But the article was nearly an obituary. A year and a half later, the Minneapolis band called it quits. Paul Westerberg’s songs and the band’s taste for mischief had won

Billy Gibbons Talks John Fogerty Collaboration, Next Solo Album

“I actually joined John in the studio, I guess it’s been three weeks ago,” Gibbons told hosts Mark Goodman and Alan Light. “We composed a song together and decided to lay it down. … Maybe we’ll have it wrapped up, probably in the next 24 hours.” Gibbons revealed the song’s title: “Holy Grail.” It may or

Pearl Jam eye 2019 release for new album

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Pearl Jam returned in March with “Can’t Deny Me”, which served as the first single off the band’s upcoming eleventh solo album. We haven’t heard much about the album since then, and that’s probably because it’s not yet finished. And it probably won’t be for some time. Appearing

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