Future’s long-awaited album Honest is streaming, without two of its best songs. Don’t worry — they’re still on the album.
Frontman René Perez opens up about the best audience in Latin America, his embrace of the gay community, and the music he listens to while having sex.
Please take a break from alphabetizing your vinyl collection and take this quiz.
Scrappy singer Sky Ferreira explains how she landed on one of this year’s biggest pop bills. And why she has more in common with Miley than you’d think.
So many people had fun in the desert, but no one THRIVED like Tina Knowles.
King Bey and King Jay made separate surprise appearances on Saturday night. Sister love was shared, old beef was made irrelevant.
Sunday’s big draws include Arcade Fire, Disclosure, Beck, The Naked and Famous, and more. We’ll update all weekend, so check back to watch your favorite acts.
The greatest show on earth is back. Here’s how the first of the legendary duo’s 40-plus festival dates went down.
Lorde was born in 1996, two years after Kurt Cobain’s tragic death. But his legacy is in good hands with her, and the other amazing women who helped induct Nirvana into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
OutKast were my childhood heroes. At first I was worried their upcoming tour meant their values had changed, but I’m realizing that it’s OK to let the people you love surprise you.
He reps what’s probably the “most diverse rap clique of all time,” but he’s also fly enough to shine on his own.
“You’re Australian? O HOW AWE YOU MATE.”
If you’re going to buy gin and juice from anyone, let it be Snoop.
Just because you were born in the ’80s doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have been dancing at Studio 54 in the ’70s.
Basically it’s a karaoke machine, Pandora, and iTunes library all in one.
Please, just make it stop…
The New York institution closes tonight.
Iggy offers some gripes on her own assets.