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All hail the greatest rock video trilogy of all time – Aerosmith's Alicia Silverstone Trilogy, which kicked off 25 years ago this week. The future Clueless starlet played the plucky teen heroine of three perfect videos – "Cryin'," "Amazing" and "Crazy." As soon as "Cryin'" hit MTV in the summer of 1993,

This article originally appeared on Aerosmith's Alicia Silverstone Trilogy: A Tribute to the Greatest Rock Video Franchise

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Ariana Grande unveiled a snappy new collaboration with Nicki Minaj, "The Light is Coming," off her upcoming album, Sweetener, out August 17th via Republic Records.

"The Light is Coming" features production from Pharrell, who crafts a jittery beat of quick drums and peculiar synths that rush

This article originally appeared on Hear Ariana Grande Tap Nicki Minaj for Snappy 'The Light Is Coming'

Tim Lambesis, the heavy metal singer who was convicted in 2014 for his role in a murder-for-hire plot to kill his estranged wife, reunited with his band As I Lay Dying in San Diego, California over the weekend,

This article originally appeared on Tim Lambesis Reunites With As I Lay Dying One Year After Prison Release

Julian Casablancas' the Voidz extended their 2018 tour in support of their new album Virtue to include another North American leg this fall.

The trek

This article originally appeared on Julian Casablancas' Voidz Extend Tour With Beck, Phoenix Shows

In May 2015, B.L. Shirelle was finishing up a prison term at Muncy State Correctional Institution in Pennslvania. She felt apprehensive about her imminent return to civilian life, having spent most of her last decade behind bars, and this tension served as the basis for a track titled "Headed to the Streets." "It took me maybe 15 minutes to write that song," Shirelle tells Rolling

This article originally appeared on Can an EP Recorded by Prisoners Spark Criminal Justice Reform Talk?

Popular music has never known a story like that of South Florida rapper Jahseh "XXXTentacion" Onfroy.

In his final month as a 17-year-old high school dropout, he uploaded a song to SoundCloud that – almost single-handedly – changed the way hip-hop

This article originally appeared on We've Only Begun to Understand XXXTentacion's Musical Legacy

Danish punks Iceage and Atlanta garage rockers the Black Lips will unite for a co-headlining North American tour this fall.

The trek launches November 5th at the Rickshaw Theatre in

This article originally appeared on Iceage, Black Lips Unveil Co-Headlining Tour

Maxwell is throwing stones. It’s an unexpectedly violent phrase to describe someone who’s made a career of soothing tensions with soft, intimate songs like 1996’s “Sumthin’ Sumthin” and 1998’s “Matrimony: Maybe You.” But two years after his last

This article originally appeared on The Subtly Radical Vision of Maxwell's 'Glass House'

This article originally appeared on Review: Rico Nasty's Major-Label Debut Is a Dynamic Introduction

Florence and the Machine grapple with the anguish of getting ghosted on their brooding new ballad, "Big God." The track will appear on the band's upcoming album, High as Hope, out June 29th.

"Big God" mixes a low, plaintive piano melody with sparse and steady percussion, and finds

This article originally appeared on Hear Florence and the Machine Get Ghosted on New Song 'Big God'

Paul McCartney will release a double A-side single featuring two new songs, "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me," tomorrow, June 20th, via Capitol Records.

The tracks mark the first taste from McCartney's upcoming solo album. "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me" find McCartney dabbling in two distinct

This article originally appeared on Paul McCartney Details New Double A-Side Single

Beyoncé and Jay-Z have closely guarded the particulars of their private lives for years. Lately, though, they've shown signs of trying to balance their massive public profiles with a desire for accessibility and superstar

This article originally appeared on Review: The Carters' 'Everything Is Love' Splendidly Celebrates Their Family Dynasty

When John McCauley first sat down to watch his life depicted on screen, he didn't particularly enjoy it. "Deeply uncomfortable" is how the singer-songwriter describes the experience of watching Straight Into a Storm, a new documentary about

This article originally appeared on Deer Tick Reflect on Their First Decade With Release of New Doc

Kurt Vile announced a North American fall tour. The trek, featuring folk artist Jessica Pratt as opener, launches November 21st in Boston, Massachusetts and wraps December 22nd in Chicago, Illinois.

The indie rocker also booked a lengthy run of international dates for October and November, including stops

This article originally appeared on Kurt Vile Announces Massive North American Fall Tour

London's Meltdown Festival replaced Frightened Rabbit's set with a panel on mental health awareness and the music industry after the death of singer Scott Hutchison, The Guardian reports. 

This article originally appeared on Frightened Rabbit Festival Set Replaced With Mental Health Panel

Four decades ago this past January, the Sex Pistols broke up in a blaze of glory at the conclusion of their first U.S. tour. Before 1978 was over, frontman Johnny Rotten rebounded – using his birth name, John Lydon – and formed the pioneering post-punk group Public Image Ltd., which put out its first

This article originally appeared on See How Johnny Rotten Started Over in Public Image Ltd. Doc Trailer

The Michael Jackson estate and Columbia Live Stage are developing a new stage musical inspired by the life of the beloved pop star. The as-yet untitled show is expected to arrive on Broadway in 2020.

Playwright Lynn Nottage will pen the book, while Christopher Wheeldon will direct and

This article originally appeared on Michael Jackson Musical Coming to Broadway

The Mountain Goats fulfilled a long-standing promise to write a song for wrestler Sasha Banks and the result is a charming, guitar-driven rocker. 

"Song for Sasha Banks" finds frontman John Darnielle recounting Banks' journey from watching Chris Jericho on television as a child to seeing her

This article originally appeared on Hear the Mountain Goats' Long-Awaited Tribute to Wrestler Sasha Banks

Alessia Cara performed the TV debut of new single "Growing Pains" on Monday's Tonight Show.

The singer-songwriter played up the song's core themes, loss of

This article originally appeared on See Alessia Cara Debut New Song 'Growing Pains' on 'Fallon'

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