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As previously speculated, Beck is finally releasing an official version of his 2012 sheet music album Song Reader at the end of the month. Beck will only be performing one song ("Heaven's Ladder")…   Read Story »
A nondescript building in midtown Manhattan is home to the Core Club, a members-only organization that prides itself on being a "democratic place," one where even you can get in if you can afford its…   Read Story »
With her new song, Norah Jones helps set a sultry-sweet, shamelessly clich├ęd mood for David Wain's new rom-com spoof They Came Together. The campy flick starring comedy all-stars Amy Poehler and…   Read Story »
The collaboration album Foreverly, between Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and jazz-pop artist Norah Jones, was a strange and yet endearing release that arrived at the end of last year. The…   Read Story »
On February 24, 2004, music fans worldwide participated in a coordinated act of civil disobedience. Dubbed Grey Tuesday, the digital demonstration was this simple: Hundreds of websites posted a free…   Read Story »
What is weirder than thinking about Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong casually chilling out with indie-jazz super chanteuse Norah Jones? How about if the two of them get together and record an…   Read Story »
In April, we heard a few remixes of Norah Jones's Little Broken Hearts cuts by TVOTR figurehead Dave Sitek. Today, we have a pair of new tracks that feature that same dynamic, where Sitek lends his…   Read Story »
The last we saw of Norah Jones's Danger Mouse-collabo "Miriam" was the official video, which featured her in her Sunday finest sitting in a paddle boat with a bloody oar, and eventually, a disturbing…   Read Story »
The second video from NoJo's Danger Mouse-produced and co-written Little Broken Hearts is for "Miriam." The track has a reverberating, rippling elegance that's part pretty and part shadows, and…   Read Story »
I have no idea how the Seth MacFarlane/Mark Wahlberg raunchy-stuffed-animal romp Ted is an actual real movie, let alone a genuine box-office success. But here we are writing about Ted anyway, because…   Read Story »