Which Drugs Are Most Popular at Each Festival? Study Breaks It Down

It's tricky to get stats on how many people do drugs -- it's illegal, after all. Sometimes, people talk about doing drugs (or just about drugs) though, even on social media (which is, admittedly, inadvisable. Think of your future employers!). Perhaps no place is as notorious for drug use as your run-of-the-mill music festival.
Sony Pulls Hozier, Adele, Miguel, Others From SoundCloud In Licensing Impasse

Sony Pulls Hozier, Adele, Miguel, Others From SoundCloud In Licensing Impasse

Sony Music has removed original recordings from the SoundCloud pages of more than a half-dozen artists -- including Adele, Hozier, Miguel, Kelly Clarkson, Passion Pit, Leon Bridges and MS MR -- as part of a breakdown in negotiations between the major music group and the Berlin-headquartered streaming-audio platform.
Alejandro Sanz

Alejandro Sanz Joins 'La Banda' as Judge

Spanish superstar Alejandro Sanz, on the heels of the release of his new album, Sirope, has joined Italian star Laura Pausini and superstar Ricky Martin as a judge on "La Banda."
Errol Brown

Errol Brown, Lead Singer of Hot Chocolate, Dead at 71

Erroll Brown, the lead singer and co-founder of 70's funk band Hot Chocolate, died this morning. He was 71 and, according to a statement from his manager, had been suffering from liver cancer.
Steve 'Zetro' Souza of Exodus performs at Grand Regency Ballroom on April 1, 2015 in San Francisco, California.

ACLU Sues Police For Jailing Exodus Fan Who Posted 'Threatening' Lyrics to Facebook

In Aug. 2014, a 31-year old Kentucky man was jailed for several days after local authorities interpreted his posting of Exodus lyrics on Facebook as a murder threat. This week, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky filed a federal lawsuit on James Evans' behalf for the ordeal he endured, citing unlawful arrest and prosecution.