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Springsteen back! On March 6, the Boss will release a new album called Wrecking Ball, and it'll feature members of the E Street Band, as well as people like Tom Morello and Pearl Jam drummer Matt…   Read Story »
"We didn't forget where we came from, right?" asked Gaslight Anthem lead singer Brian Fallon Friday Night at the Convention Hall in Asbury Park, which was an immediately recognized hat-tip; the crowd…   Read Story »
A couple of months ago, we posted a list of the 10 best Coldplay covers. That list is safe. New Jersey punk rock champions Titus Andronicus recently posted an intentionally ramshackle, lo-fi cover of…   Read Story »
On March 15 of next year, one Bruce Springsteen will walk into the Austin Convention Center to deliver the year's SXSW keynote address. And even if he just blathers about factory closures and Pete…   Read Story »
Ólöf Arnalds' next release will be an EP of covers, where the Icelandic singer/songwriter rephrases songs by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Arthur Russell, Neil Diamond and more using her spare,…   Read Story »
The Big Man Clarence Clemons has died from complications from a stroke suffered earlier this week. Best known as Bruce Springsteen's charismatic saxophonist, the longtime E Street Band member also…   Read Story »
Yesterday we posted a live version of an ethereal new tune Bat For Lashes did at Australia's Vivid Festival. The second part of the Opera House set was performed acoustic with a string quartet -- six…   Read Story »
Hopefully by now you've heard Smother, the third album from Wild Beasts. As with all their records, it feels like it comes out of nowhere. And as always, I have trouble finding reference points to…   Read Story »
Rolling Stone asked 50 artists for different kinds of musical lists, from Yoko Ono's favorite John Lennon songs to Cee Lo's favorite examples of southern hip-hop. Win Butler shared his favorite Bruce…   Read Story »
You'd be surprised. In 2010, the #1 hazard about being a man of a certain age spending too much time working from bed consuming the internet is NOT poor vision, or bedsores, or even the anxiety that…   Read Story »