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Lily Allen protests Drumpf with Rufus Wainwright cover

Lily Allen protests Drumpf with Rufus Wainwright cover

Lily Allen, darling U.K. import of the early-aughts, performed a haunting live cover of Rufus Wainwright’s “Going to a Town” at Women’s March London this […]

(Give Me a) Leonard Cohen After-Life

(Give Me a) Leonard Cohen After-Life

WELL GEE 2016, JUST WHEN I THOUGHT YOU COULDN’T GET ANY WORSE… YOU GO AND TAKE LEONARD COHEN TOO?? DIDJA WANNA KILL KURT COBAIN AND […]

Punk Progenitor Alan Vega, Suicide Frontman, Dies at 78

Punk Progenitor Alan Vega, Suicide Frontman, Dies at 78

Another casualty to 2016: the Year the Music Died fell today with the passing of Alan Vega, former frontman and co-founder of proto-punk forerunners, Suicide. […]

Jarvis Cocker on #Brexit

Jarvis Cocker on #Brexit

More compelling evidence on my teenage self’s impeccable taste in musical crushes. Not only is the Pulp frontman dreamy AF and capable of turning a […]

'The Queen is Dead' turns 30

‘The Queen is Dead’ turns 30

Thirty-seven minutes. That’s how long The Queen Is Dead allows its listeners to venture through a world of sleazy record label execs, unrequited love, regicide, […]

The Lolla 2016 Lineup Drops

The Lolla 2016 Lineup Drops

Whoa … REALLY? 25 years? That’s kinda crazy. Well, the touring fest turned 3 day location fest turned multi-region, 4-day SPECTACULAR is really all grown […]

Watch: Space Weird Thing

Watch: Space Weird Thing

Wow, when my luck finally breaks, gang, it breaks WIDE OPEN. Ever since I joined this team, everything is coming up Ses. How else do you […]

Brit-Pop Ate Itself

Brit-Pop Ate Itself

Oasis and Blur may mark the official beginning of Britpop with the twin classics of Definitely Maybe and Parklife, respectively, but some people — particularly, […]