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Silversun Pickups breakdown their new album, Widow’s Weeds, Track by Track: Stream

Track by Track is a new music feature in which we ask an artist to provide fans deeper insight into each song on their latest full-length release. Today, Silversun Pickups dive into their new album, Widow’s Weeds. Silversun Pickups return today with their first album in four years, Widow’s Weeds. The follow-up to 2015’s Better Nature, the

Natalie Portman blasts “creepy” Moby for mischaracterizing their relationship

The log line for Moby’s new memoir, Then It Fell Apart, describes it as “a classic about the banality of fame. It is shocking, riotously entertaining, extreme, and unforgiving.” It’s also rooted in fallacies. So says Natalie Portman, whose past relationship with Moby is described in detail. “I was surprised to hear that he characterized

The Beatles played their final concert, on a London rooftop, 50 years ago today

Editor’s Note: This article, written by Josh Terry, was originally published in 2014. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the legendary concert, we’re re-publishing it today. Fifty years ago today, The Beatles played their final show ever. Back before elaborate album rollouts and surprise releases, the Liverpool quartet spontaneously previewed songs from their forthcoming

Lil Pump and Lil Uzi Vert celebrate their wealth on new song “Multi Millionaire”: Stream

Lil Pump may need to serve time in prison soon, but that hasn’t stopped him from living large and celebrating his riches. The “Gucci Gang” rapper has linked up with Lil Uzi Vert on a new track called “Multi Millionaire”. (Read: The 20 Richest Rappers in the World) Produced by Hanzo, Danny Wolf & Dilip,

Cake covers Roger Miller’s “Reincarnation”, their first new piece of music in seven years: Stream

Cake, the ’90s hitmakers whose deep cuts are far better than anything you’ve heard on the radio, haven’t released a proper album since 2011’s Showroom of Compassion. They’ve been playing some new songs live—here’s one called “Sinking Ship”—but as we wait for those to pop up beyond YouTube, the band has emerged with a cover

Paul McCartney plays secret gig at old Liverpool club where Beatles first cut their chops

Paul McCartney returned to The Beatles’ early stomping grounds for an intimate surprise concert today (July 26th). The music legend traveled to Liverpool to play at Cavern Club, a small space where the Fab Four were believed to have performed almost 300 times in the 1960s during the start of the Beatlemania craze. Tickets were

Woman Who Gave Greta Van Fleet Their Name 'Laughed It Off'

The woman whose name was adopted by rising-star rock band Greta Van Fleet said she “laughed it off” when she heard. Gretna Van Fleet, an 87-year-old resident of the band’s hometown of Frankenmuth, Mich., saw them for the first time in five years last week. “They’ve matured, I’ll say that,” the saxophonist and pianist told