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Prince covered "Creep" at Coachella. Most folks know this. That said, it's been difficult finding reliable footage of the Purple One's take on the top of the Modern Rock 500, because Prince's NPG…   Read Story »
Swedish post-punks Love Is All affix their implacable stamp onto the Purple One's "Darling Nikki" here, shifting the P.O.V. to female, ramshackling and distorting the structure. The result? It sounds…   Read Story »
Sound issues plagued Prince's set from where we stood yesterday, and in any videos we found on YouTube, but hey ... last night was cool. In fact, Coachella was "the coolest place on earth" last…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy Well, this was the best Saturday we've had in awhile. We started the day with an afternoon set by SM & the Jicks. Malkmus, properly protected from the UV rays in his…   Read Story »
Yes, the Purple One's been added as a Saturday (4/26) headliner, which means we might finally get to see that guitar phallus up close and in person! Unfortunately, he hasn't replaced Jack Johnson.…   Read Story »
Our friends at Pitchfork -- if there's one thing they know, it's how to hate with style. Today the point-lovers set aside their trusty numeric conventions for an unranked and totally amusing list of…   Read Story »
The capitalized "FU"'s important in Prince's new diss track, "PFUnk." Remember last week when the Purple one was suing fan sites for using his likeness? Well, those PFans banded together as "Prince…   Read Story »
Vanity Fair went and put together their Top 50 film soundtracks, releasing the top ten choices today -- the rest will be out next month in a one-time magazine, Movies Rock. No apostrophe, so we'll…   Read Story »
"Alright, this is gonna be weird," is all Jimmy can muster by way of introduction, which is really the most perfect opener possible to a performance stacking the talent in this post title. Also…   Read Story »
Really interesting to see how the Purple One has reclaimed his legend over the past few years; punchline worthy as ever, but that's only for his eccentricity -- these days it's like every live move…   Read Story »