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Matthew E. White announces No Future For Our Frontman project featuring Natalie Prass, Kevin Devine, and more

Matthew E. White, photo by Ben Kaye Matthew E. White’s got something new up his sleeve: A trio of EPs, each featuring a slew of different artists covering a new, fiercely political song he wrote, “No Future In Our Frontman”.  The hope is to encourage voter turnout, with proceeds from the project going to charities

The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde on Artwork, Future Projects, and Dan Auerbach

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | YouTube | RSS Kyle Meredith is joined by The Pretenders vocalist Chrissie Hynde to discuss her forthcoming book of original artwork, Adding the Blue, the environment, as well as the 10th anniversary of The Pretenders’ album Break Up the Concrete. Hynde also offers up details on two new records she has in the works. Kyle Meredith

30 Years Ago: Queensryche Create Their Future With 'Operation: Mindcrime'

Nikki loves Mary, but Nikki is a junkie and Mary is a hooker who’s become a nun. Nikki has been ordered to kill Mary by Dr. X, who runs an above-the-law subversive organisation that brainwashes people like Nikki into becoming unknowing assassins. And if Nikki doesn’t kill Mary, Dr. X will cut off Nikki’s supply

10 Years Ago: R.E.M. Careens Into the Future With 'Accelerate'

On March 31, 2008, R.E.M. released its 14th studio album, Accelerate, in Europe. As the title implies, the record, which was released April 1 in North America, possesses great urgency. Songs such as “Living Well Is the Best Revenge” and “Horse to Water” careen and lurch forward on the strength of buzzing guitars, lithe bass

Future and Nas join forces on DJ Esco’s new song “Walk Thru”: Stream

Longtime Future associate DJ Esco previewed his upcoming project, Kolorblind, earlier this week with the Future and ScHoolboy Q collaboration “Code of Honor”. Now he’s back with “Walk Thru” featuring Nas and Future. The track marks the first time that the Queensbridge MC and Atlanta rapper have worked on an original song together. In 2016, Nas hopped on

The Sword announce new album, Used Future, reveal lead single, “Deadly Nightshade”: Stream

Photo by ​Dean Dickinson The Sword have announced their return with a new album dubbed Used Future. Due out March 23rd, the 13-track effort follows 2015’s High Country. The stoner metal outfit recorded Used Future in Portland, Oregon alongside producer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit). As a sample of what they worked up in the studio, the

What the Spotify IPO Means for the Future of Music

Love it or hate it — and some musicians truly, deeply hate it — Spotify has already joined the gramophone, Walkman, and iPod as one of the iconic listening tools in music history. The Swedish-born service wasn’t the first to bank on streaming as the future of music, but it was the first to propose