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Review: Ringo Starr Brings Unfadable Rock & Roll Optimism, Just When We Need It

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Hear Lorde's 'Homemade Dynamite' Remix With SZA, Khalid, Post Malone

Lorde tapped SZA, Khalid and Post Malone for a

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Hear Nick Jonas' Romantic New Song 'Find You'

Nick Jonas released his second new single of the year, the hypnotic "Find You." The track follows "Remember I Told You." Both tracks will appear on a new album following 2016's 

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Kelly Clarkson: I Lost 'Millions' for Dropping Co-Writing Credit With Dr. Luke

Kelly Clarkson said she chose to forgo "hundreds of thousands of dollars," if not "millions," nearly a decade ago when she refused to share a co-writing credit with producer Dr. Luke for her 2009 hit, "My Life Would Suck Without You."

The American Idol alum, who has spoken out against Dr. Luke (nee Lukasz

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Lee Ranaldo on Beatles-Inspired New Solo LP, Life After Sonic Youth

There's a scene in Hello Hello Hello – a documentary about the making of Lee Ranaldo's new LP, Electric Trim – that shows him playing an electric guitar with a violin bow as it hangs from a ceiling, droning strange, amorphous feedback.

It's an extension of a technique that dates back to

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See Broken Social Scene Celebrate Friends, Foreigner in 'Skyline' Video

Broken Social Scene unveiled an endearing portrait of a friendship forged in peanut butter and Foreigner in the new video for "Skyline." The track appears on the band's latest album,

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The Last Word: Ozzy Osbourne Talks Marriage, Sobriety, Life After Black Sabbath


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R.E.M. Unearth Unheard Demos for 'Automatic for the People' Reissue

R.E.M. unearthed 20 previously unheard demos for an upcoming remastered 25th anniversary reissue of their eighth LP, Automatic for the People, out November 10th via Craft Recordings.

The

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Inside Latin Trap, the Viral Sound Too Hot for American Radio

In 2015, Jorge Fonseca, a veteran A&R for Sony Music Latin, made a trip to Puerto Rico in search of new sounds. "When you go to the Island, the streets speak to you," he tells Rolling Stone. "You hear the kids with the cars, and they tell you what's happening." On this particular visit, he noticed something different blaring from passing vehicles: "I started hearing less reggaeton

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