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There was a not-entirely-common sight down around the Brooklyn Navy Yard last night. Dozens of cabs lined the street, because depending on where you're coming from the Navy Yard can kind of be a pain…   Read Story »
Vice is throwing an invite-only party tomorrow night in Brooklyn to celebrate their 20th anniversary, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner -- who will be part of the house band along with Andrew…   Read Story »
Jeopardy! has accrued a plentiful history of pop music trivia in recent years, and last night it happened again. As CoS points out, when defending champion Bill Albertini selected "Pop 'C'ulture" for…   Read Story »
Some list-nerd stuff, before we begin. A$AP Rocky's Karl Lagerfeld's The Warriors video for "Multiply" dropped at midnight last night, which means it technically came out this morning. Since this…   Read Story »
In the seriously awesome video for White Women jam "Old 45's," Chromeo flirt with a sexy brunette and kick it with HAIM at an old-fashioned dive bar before Jon Heder shows up -- apparently in…   Read Story »
Made In America has always struck me as an odd festival. In these still early years for the event, it's a somewhat small entity. Two days as opposed to others' four or five, or others' double…   Read Story »
Lollapalooza is starting right now in Chicago, and Red Bull TV has done us all a solid by livestreaming as many of the performances as possible. Among the acts you'll get to see live via three…   Read Story »
Arthur Baker produced "Planet Rock" by Afrika Bambaataa, which by itself is enough to give him a rock-solid legacy, but the man continued throughout the '80s remixing and producing. Today he's…   Read Story »
Milk Music isn't just a DIY punk band from Olympia; it's also the name Samsung has given to its entry into the streaming-services wars. And in a new commerical, the Samsung people have rounded up a…   Read Story »
Earlier this month we got word that Chromeo had invested in the apparently fake Mallard Air. This was obviously some kind of publicity stunt, and all signs pointed to Funny Or Die's involvement; it…   Read Story »