The White Stripes

Jack White Gives Update on His Relationship With Meg White

From hyping Tidal to playing in obscure states to lighting records on fire, Jack White has been doing a good job of keeping his name in the news lately. But reviving the White Stripes and getting back onstage with Meg? About as likely as seeing him in a Spotify tee, listening to compressed files.
Florence and the Machine

Florence & The Machine Displays Different Kind of Vulnerability on ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’: Album Review

Since Florence Welch made her debut in 2009, she has created music that turns heads and widens eyes. There's no doubt she's a ­flamboyantly imaginative writer and a captivating vocalist and performer. Yet her first two albums, with their mixture of cabaret ­exercises and stadium-scale anthems, never quite conveyed a sense of lasting consequence.
Lil B vs James Harden

Lil B Explains James Harden Curse: 'I Pray He's Not a Tool'

Why is Lil B so focused on mystical warfare against basketball stars? The Based God spoke to Billboard on Monday afternoon (hours before Harden and the Rockets eked out a Game 4 victory to stay alive in the playoffs) about the Houston situation, who he’s rooting for in the playoffs and why he questions Kevin Durant’s love of basketball.
Converse Rubber Tracks

Converse Rubber Tracks Studio Partners With Abbey Road, Sunset Sound & More

Converse Rubber Tracks is going global. The brand's studio program is partnering with iconic studios like London's Abbey Road, Los Angeles' Sunset Sound, Berlin's Hansa Tonstudio and Kingston, Jamaica's Tuff Gong, to offer emerging artists the chance to visit and record in one of 12 studios free of charge.
No Joy

No Joy Premieres 'Hollywood Teeth': Exclusive

In 2013, Canadian shoegaze outfit No Joy earned raves for their sophomore album 'Wait to Pleasure.' That was their breakthrough in terms of audience, but their upcoming third, 'More Faithful,' just might be their breakthrough in terms of sound.
Tom Rutledge, president and chief executive officer of Charter Communications, speaks at INTX: The Internet & Television Expo in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.

Charter Reaches Deal to Acquire Time Warner Cable

Charter Communications, in which John Malone's Liberty Broadband owns a big stake, made it official on Tuesday, unveiling that it has agreed to acquire Time Warner Cable in a deal valued at $78.7 billion.

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