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Throughout the rollout for The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which finally sees release today, there's been a familiar stink on these new Eminem singles and the way he's presenting himself at this point in…   Read Story »
So last night the unthinkable happened: Paulvana, Nirmacca, Nicartney -- whatever they're calling themselves (Abomination is taken) -- performed at the 12-12-12 Concert For Sandy Relief at Madison…   Read Story »
Paul McCartney's next solo album, due early next year, is slated to be a memory-lane sort of thing, with McCartney covering the old pop standards of his childhood. The LP also includes two original…   Read Story »
A hefty price tag accompanied tickets to this very special one-off at Brooklyn Academy Of Music last night, a mix of simple supply-demand economics and, presumably, underwriting costs associated with…   Read Story »
Bruce Springsteen, U2, Eric Clapton, CSN, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Metallica, and Paul Simon (with and without Garfunkel) will raise money for the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Foundation & Museum…   Read Story »
We have a certain affinity for Steve Winwood. He's written some great songs. And we heard his shows with Clapton a few weeks ago were pretty great. But why is he making videos? We don't mean, like,…   Read Story »
This week we offered up a Danish Drop by rockin' duo the Raveonettes, whose "Aly, Walk With Me" serves as a crackling '60s-noir intro to the band's forthcoming Vice-issued full-length Lust Lust Lust.…   Read Story »
One Grand Prize Winner scores the Complete Clapton double CD, a jam-packed career retrospective, along with his self-penned Clapton: The Autobiography, a $20 gift certificate to the Clapton merch…   Read Story »
Have you compiled that perfect love songs playlist for your Valentine’s night? If you haven't, then don't expect any help from this list by The NY Daily News. Okay, that's unfair; don't expect any…   Read Story »
A lot of you guys are writing us to complain that Clipse wasn't higher on Pfork's list (we didn't write it!), but coke-rap is so on in '07. Sasha Frere-Jones explores in his recent piece for The New…   Read Story »