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U2 just pulled a BeyoncĂ© plus a Jay Z. As of a few minutes ago, the band's new album Songs Of Innocence was delivered for free to all iTunes customers, just after U2 performed new single "The…   Read Story »
More than most North American cities, Montreal gets it right when it comes to hosting music festivals. Fortunate enough to have a setting like Parc Jean-Drapeau, located in the heart of the city, a…   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 »
Lykke Li's new video for "Gunshot," a searching power ballad from her I Never Learn album, is a stark and striking thing. In the video, Lykke looks like a wraith, with corpsepaint makeup and an…   Read Story »
Lykke Li's power-ballad-heavy I Never Learn is a divisive album. It won her a lot of new fans but also alienated some of those who fell in love with her as more of an indie-pop singer circa 2008…   Read Story »
Glastonbury, the world's biggest and wettest music festival, is going down this weekend and despite what M.I.A. claims the BBC has been broadcasting bits of all the performances from the legendary…   Read Story »
Lykke Li has presence when she sings live, and that presence has only grown as she's become more mature as a songwriter and stopped covering "Can I Kick It?" Last night, she held down the big outdoor…   Read Story »
A "pathetic fallacy" occurs when, in a story, nature reacts to a human emotion: when everything is going wrong and a character says something like, "At least it's not raining," and then BAM! it…   Read Story »
Last week, Lykke Li released her gorgeous, heart-rended album I Never Learn. But she's still got soft-focus anthems for days. The soundtrack to the forthcoming movie The Fault In Our Stars, which…   Read Story »
On her new album I Never Learn, the Swedish pop singer goes grand and widescreen, filling her breakup songs up with cavernous reverb and larger-than-life sentiment. The songs are like what Nancy…   Read Story »