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There's no better example of unrealized potential than Azealia Banks. It's been over two years since "212" dropped and we're still not sure when (or if) her oft-delayed debut album will ever be…   Read Story »
Back in February we wrote about the Flaming Lips and friends' plans for a track-for-track tribute to the Stone Roses' self-titled debut album. Then last month, Wayne Coyne revealed the tracklist…   Read Story »
When I chatted with Wayne Coyne earlier this month there was so much to cover that we didn't even get around to the Flaming Lips' promised LP-length cover of the Stone Roses' self-titled debut --…   Read Story »
Peel back the surface and look past the picturesque valley backdrop. Forget about the gorgeous, sun-kissed young folk wearing next to nothing (or, on occasion, nothing). Go ahead and ignore the…   Read Story »
“It’s the homeland!” one of the girls on the hotel shuttle yelped as we neared the festival. It really begged the question -- who is the most common Coachella archetype? The only data I have to…   Read Story »
At this point, all the people Azealia Banks has Twitter-feuded with over the past few months should just band together, record a "We Are The World"-style song about the experience, and then just be…   Read Story »
I'm starting to think the Flaming Lips are feeling a bit upstaged by My Bloody Valentine: Just this morning we got an announcement that the band was releasing a compilation of love songs encased in…   Read Story »
The always-eclectic Øya collected dozens of big name international acts and local bands to Oslo's Medieval Park and neighboring clubs over four days last week. Among them: Björk, A$AP Rocky, the…   Read Story »
According to the UK's The Sun, the Stone Roses might be on the verge of making some new music. Here's exactly what the report said: A source in the camp said: “John and Ian have been sending…   Read Story »
16 years after the nightmare that was their Reading 1996 performance, the Stone Roses resurrected the British indie dream this weekend with a trio of hometown shows at Manchester’s Heaton Park. The…   Read Story »