• ChicagoGate Update: Peter Cetera Threatens To Walk

    Nobody expected the most intriguing story going into this year's Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony to be the internal dynamics of the band Chicago, and yet that's where we are. Upon learning that his band would be part of this year's induction class, co-founder Peter Lamm hinted that…

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  • Adele Releases Adorable, Literal ‘When We Were Young’ Single Art

    For anyone who can’t remember a time before Adele was a household name, the singer is doing her part to help. The song is “When We Were Young” and the artwork takes the nostalgic ballad pretty literally with a young Adele giving the camera a toothless, but still adorable, smile. The instantly…

    Jonathan San
  • Video Premiere: Lewis Watson Debuts ‘Maybe We’re Home’

    English singer-songwriter Lewis Watson Lewis has a massive, young, and highly engaged fanbase which he grew initially from doing cover videos on YouTube that went viral.

    Wendy Geller
  • DIIV's Is the Is Are is drowsy, disconcerting dream-pop

    Listen to one song on Is the Is Are, the mammoth new album from Brooklyn quintet DIIV, and it’ll seem revelatory. It’s a consequence of frontman Zachary Cole Smith’s devotion to a specific, smothering sound: heavy-lidded bass lines, chiming guitar leads layered on top of each other like blankets,…

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    Music Stars We’ve Already Lost in 2016 (25 photos)

    This has already been a rough year for music fans. While the industry was still reeling from the Dec. 28 passing of Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister, 2016 began with the tragic news of the New Year’s Eve death of R&B legend Natalie Cole. Since then, we have lost other greats in 2016, like Maurice White,…

    Yahoo Music Staff
  • Rihanna, the RIAA, and making a platinum record in 2016

    The road to a revised all-in-one metric has been bumpy at best, and this week the RIAA has enacted a huge change in an attempt to keep up with the definition of what a hit record is. Jamieson Cox: Micah, there's never been a more confusing time to watch the music charts.

    The Verge
  • Lumineers Announce New LP 'Cleopatra,' Debut Song 'Ophelia'

    Colorado folk-rock band the Lumineers have announced their second album, Cleopatra . The LP, the follow-up to their Grammy-nominated 2013 self-titled album, will be released on April 8th. The Lumineers also previewed the forthcoming Cleopatra with their first new song in four years, "Ophelia." …

    Rolling Stone
  • See Miranda Lambert Sing Barbara Mandrell's 'I Was Country'

    When Miranda Lambert played an unplugged show at Nashville's City Winery last month, she was joined by nearly a dozen of her musical friends, including Maren Morris, Ashley Monroe, songwriters Nicolle Galyon, Brent Cobb and Shane McAnally, and Lambert's longtime bandmate Scotty Wray . While the…

    Rolling Stone
  • Ninja Gaiden composer Keiji Yamagishi on the enduring appeal of chiptunes

    Keiji Yamagishi has been making iconic and beloved music since the 1980s — but it wasn’t until last year that he released his very first solo album. The composer of classic games like Ninja Gaiden and Tecmo Bowl, Yamagishi stepped away from video game music as the soundtracks became more film-like,…

    The Verge
  • Stone Temple Pilots Will Officially Search for a New Singer

    According to some sleuthing by the folks over at Alternative Nation, Stone Temple Pilots will soon announce the search for a new lead singer. Following the death of former STP frontman Scott Weiland and the November 2015 departure of his touring replacement, Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, the…

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    Spike Lee on New Michael Jackson Doc Following King of Pop's Journey

    In the new film, "Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off The Wall," the director explores the making of a legend.

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  • Rihanna Will Hit the Stage at the 2016 Grammy Awards

    This year’s 58th annual, Grammy Awards is in for a night of big wins, and even bigger performances. Adele, The Weeknd, and Tori Kelly were all announced as performers at the night’s event, and now joining the A-list roster is none of than everyone’s favorite bad gal, Rihanna.

    Vibe
  • Maurice White, visionary founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, dies at 74

    Maurice White, the iconic drummer, singer, bandleader, and founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, has died. The legendary musician passed away in his sleep last night at the age of 74, according to his brother and fellow band member Verdine. White had been battling Parkinson’s disease since the 1980s,…

    Digital Trends
  • Should Coldplay Call It Quits?

    The English band has hinted that they might be breaking up in the not-too-distant future. Is that a good idea?

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  • Floating Points Announces North American Tour

    Sam Sheperd, who goes by the composer/producer moniker Floating Points, today (Feb. 3) announced his debut live tour of North America.

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  • Song Premiere: Chapell Debuts ‘Heroes,’ Featuring Members of Train

    Chapell is a fast-rising artist from New York who has his debut album coming out March 4. It was also produced by Jerry Harrison of the Talking Heads. The song has a profound inspiration, as Chapell explains: “The Deepwater Horizons oil spill had a profound effect on me.

    Wendy Geller
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    Singing Without Sound: This Musician Uses Vibrations In The Ground To Sing

    Mandy Harvey is a singer-songwriter working on her fourth album. She was studying music in college when she lost her hearing. She sings by feeling vibrations in the floor, and by using the muscle memory of her vocal cords to sing notes.

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