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  The Pretty Reckless’s Taylor Momsen on Why She 'Sold Her Soul to Rock ‘n’ Roll,' Will Never Act Again

The Pretty Reckless’s Taylor Momsen on Why She 'Sold Her Soul to Rock ‘n’ Roll,' Will Never Act AgainOCTOBER 29: Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless performs during the 2016 Voodoo Music + Arts Experience at City Park on October 29, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Momsen had also worked as successful model for IMG before she gave it all up for rock ‘n’ roll.


  Duran Duran Loses Case, Brought In Britain, Over American Copyrights

Duran Duran Loses Case, Brought In Britain, Over American CopyrightsA decision from the UK High Court of Justice today has ruled against Duran Duran over the band's attempt to reclaim, stateside, the publishing copyrights on over three dozen songs.


  Fall to Pieces: Remembering Scott Weiland's Best Musical Moments

Fall to Pieces: Remembering Scott Weiland's Best Musical MomentsCore brought Stone Temple Pilots the sort of vicious criticism usually reserved now for Nickelback or pre-Purpose Justin Bieber, but the tides slowly started to turn with the release of their sophomore album, Purple — thanks to heavy but undeniably catchy anthems like this one and “Vasoline” (along with the underrated Core songs “Wicked Garden” and “Creep,” which sort of got the revisionist-history treatment and are now considered alt-rock radio classics). Weiland really began to find his voice on Purple, showing the haters that he’d be around for quite a while.


  Nickelback Responds To Canadian Cops Using Their Music As Punishment For Drunk Drivers

Nickelback Responds To Canadian Cops Using Their Music As Punishment For Drunk DriversAside from the usual punishments that accompany the charges of driving while intoxicated, any perpetrators would be forced to listen to Nickelback on the way to the station. Well, the band is clearly sick and tired of their music being treated like a joke — in this case an outright punishment — and per TMZ they’ve responded to the viral Facebook post with a demand that it be removed. What is it about Nickelback that makes them so easy to tease, anyway?


  59th Annual Grammy Nomination Predictions: Look for Adele, Bieber to Lead

59th Annual Grammy Nomination Predictions: Look for Adele, Bieber to LeadWhen the 59th annual Grammy nominations are announced on Tuesday, Dec. 6, two very different artists, Adele and Justin Bieber, are likely to be in the running for the three highest-profile awards — Album, Record, and Song of the Year. Adele won all three of these awards five years ago, but Bieber has never even been nominated in any of these categories. Beyoncé and two members of the Danish pop group Lukas Graham are each likely to be nominated in two of the top three categories.


  Oakland Fire Warehouse Attendees Describe Confusing, Horrific Scene
Attendees of the Oakland warehouse party that killed up to 40 people describe a confusing, horrific scene.
  Morrissey Cancels Remainder of U.S. Tour, Blames Mismanagement
Morrissey announced Saturday that he must cancel the remaining six dates of his U.S. tour due to mismanagement of tour funds.
  At Least Nine People Killed in Fire at Oakland Warehouse Party
At least nine people were killed and over a dozen unaccounted for after a fire broke out at a party in an Oakland, California warehouse Friday night.
  Jack White's Third Man to Publish Standing Rock Students' Work
Jack White's Third Man subsidiaries announced a collaborative project with Standing Rock's Defenders of the Water School to publish students' work.
  Faith No More Keyboardist Chronicles AIDS Bike Ride in New Opera
Faith No More keyboardist Roddy Bottum chronicles AIDS bike ride in new mini-opera.
  Review: 'The Hamilton Mixtape': EW Review

Judging by Donald Trump’s tweets­—and the #BoycottHamilton hashtag they helped inspire—you might think Hamilton is dividing the nation. But Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway smash is still able to bring the people together. The ­latest ­evidence? The Hamilton Mixtape, a genre-defying...

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  Review: John Legend's 'Darkness and Light': EW Review

Hip-hop, soul, jazz, pop — John Legend is no stranger to tackling each of these genres, and on his latest, he once again offers something for everyone. As always, his perfectly raspy croon is the connective tissue, but it’s an awkward match on pop plays like the uplifting-anthem-by-numbers “Love Me...

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  Review: The Weeknd's 'Starboy': EW Review

Don’t let the new haircut fool you. The Weeknd may have cleaned up his crown of talon-like locks, but he hasn’t cleaned up his act on his new album, Starboy. Driving that point home is a song called “Reminder,” in which 26-year-old Abel Tesfaye details his drug habits (“Faded off a double...

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  Review: Bruno Mars' '24K Magic': EW review

“Put your phone down, let’s get it, forget your Instagram and your Twitter,” Bruno Mars howls on “Perm,” an irresistible James Brown-style throwback from his new album. He’s long been pop’s time-traveler-in-chief, the guy who scored six No. 1s in five years thanks to a love of analog-era soul and...

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  Review: Miranda Lambert's 'The Weight of These Wings': EW Review

Miranda Lambert may have named her sixth studio album The Weight of These Wings, but she’s never been the kind of girl who claimed to wear a halo. Sprung from the unlikely launchpad of a second-tier TV talent show called Nashville Star circa 2003, the Longview, Tex., native...

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  Maxwell / Miranda / Parsley Talk "Catskill Christmas"
For the last three summers, Holly Miranda, Ambrosia Parsley, and Chris Maxwell have gotten together in New York's Catskill Mountains to work on a Christmas album. This year the trio known as Maxwell / Miranda / Parsley have finally unveiled those efforts on Catskill Christmas. Recorded during three
  The xx, Tove Lo, Beyonce Stun In Top Music Videos Of The Week - December 2
It took almost 11 full months, but these past seven days may have made for the best week in music videos of the year, or at least so far. Justin Bieber teamed up with DJ Snake a released the neon-lit, Bonnie and Clyde-inspired video for "Let Me Love You", which appears on DJ Snake's latest album,
  Childish Gambino, The Rolling Stones & Deadmau5 Lead Albums Of The Week - December 2
This week there's plenty to reflect upon in the world of album releases. The Rolling Stones - a classic act in their own right - rifle through some classic blues covers and bring a vitality to source material, while putting some strut back into their sound. Jean-Michel Jarre returns with the final
  Paul Simon, The Raveonettes, Popcaan Lead Top Songs Of The Week - December 2
Now that the Thanksgiving leftovers are almost gone, it's time to look back over a week that was bursting at the seams with belly-achingly good new songs. Paul Simon released a new record earlier this year, Stranger to Stranger, and this week he teamed up with two members of Chance the Rapper's
  Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, & The Weeknd Perform At Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
Last night, for the first time in its history the Victoria's Secret Fashion show was held in Paris, France. The American firm, responsible for the production imported no less than 70 tons of equipment, 18 miles of cable, 51 models, and three musical stars - namely Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga and The
  Madonna Repeatedly Slams Donald Trump, Says She's "Ashamed to Be an American" at Miami Fundraiser

The musician also kissed Ariana Grande and teased ex-husband Sean Penn, who crawled through her legs at one point as the two tried to coerce the audience to bid higher.

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  Kristen Stewart Stars in Rolling Stones' "Ride 'Em On Down" Video

The actress goes for a joy ride in the group's cover of Eddie Taylor's blues standard, off their new album 'Blue & Lonesome.'

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  Chance the Rapper Asks Fans to Choose His 'SNL' Setlist

The Chicago emcee posted a message to social media asking for help picking what songs off his 'Coloring Book' mixtape he should bring to the show.

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  Jay Z, Timbaland Attorneys Call Out Racial Insensitivity in "Big Pimpin'" Copyright Appeal

The duo won a decade-long copyright battle last fall, but the war isn't over — and it's getting ugly.

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  Duran Duran Loses Case, Brought in Britain, Over American Copyrights

Judge Richard Arnold found, "not without hesitation," that "any termination notices filed by the band were voided by these provisions in their contract."

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