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Walking penis punchline Justin Bieber is going to be honored with his very own Comedy Central roast, according to Us Weekly. The pop singer has apparently wanted to be part of a roast for a while:…   Read Story »
Fall Out Boy will release their latest album, American Beauty/American Psycho, next week, and they'll do so with the kind of saturation most musicians can only dream of. Their stadium anthem…   Read Story »
Tove Ebba Elsa Nilsson, the pop singer known as Tove Lo, emerged out of Sweden last year with "Habits (Stay High)," a song that pulled no punches in its description of coping with a breakup in the…   Read Story »
"All About That Bass" is a great song. It is not a cool song, but hopefully by now we all realize cool is not the same thing as great. Meghan Trainor's breakout single, which celebrates the sex…   Read Story »
Trouble In Paradise is the sound of Elly Jackson letting her hair down. The La Roux singer's aggressive upward spike of follicles has been combed into a gentle waterslide-like swoop, and her second…   Read Story »
Seeing as we gave you a mid-year countdown of 2014's best albums so far earlier this week, now seems like a good time to step back and assess the best and worst of what the pop sphere has given us…   Read Story »
I know it looks like we're trolling when we acknowledge the existence of the pop star/public pariah Justin Bieber, but if we're going to post his Chance The Rapper collab "Confident," we might as…   Read Story »
In case you don't have an encyclopedic knowledge of Very Important Music Beefs, let's first set the stage. Last year, after the Black Keys won four Grammys for El Camino, a TMZ reporter asked drummer…   Read Story »
We at Stereogum have the UK on the brain this week. And while there's a big difference between "Britpop" and "British pop," this seems like an appropriate time to point out just how many singers from…   Read Story »
More like guestival amirite? Cameos dominated Coachella all weekend, but Sunday was especially saturated with them. Arcade Fire had Debbie Harry. Motorhead had Slash. Jhene Aiko had Drake and…   Read Story »