1. Linkin Park’s Joe Hahn Makes Directorial Debut with ‘Mall’: Watch An Exclusive Clip

    September 09, 2014 12:01 PM EDT Mall may be Linkin Park DJ Joe Hahn's feature film directorial debut, but he's certainly been ramping up for this since the band started. Watch an exclusive clip of Mall below: Hahn, who co-founded Linkin Park while studying at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, has…

  2. Watch The Cure Cover 'Hello, Goodbye' for Star-Studded Paul McCartney Tribute Album

    September 09, 2014 9:55 AM EDT Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Alice Cooper, Brian Wilson, KISS, The Who and more fete the former Beatle A Paul McCartney tribute album of epic proportions -- Billy Joel, The Who, Brian Wilson, Alice Cooper and more are involved -- is on the way, and the first cover song is already here! It's…

  3. Lady Gaga Promises Not to Flash Flesh in Middle East

    September 09, 2014 9:34 AM EDT The singer said she changed her Dubai show to respect local customs amid reports of weak ticket sales. Lady Gaga arrived in the Middle East Monday night with the promise that she wouldn’t be donning any revealing costumes when her ArtRave: The Art Pop Ball tour hits Dubai on Wednesday.…

  4. Neil Diamond Takes Guests Down 'Melody Road' at Capitol Studios Listening Party

    September 09, 2014 1:28 AM EDT Neil Diamond's first album for Capitol Records, Melody Road , has met with approval from his co-producers and label executives, but he has a final hurdle: his mother. "She's 96," Diamond told a small gathering at Capitol's Studio A on Monday night, assembled to hear…

  5. Jason D. Williams Talks 'Hillbillies and Holy Rollers' Album & Vaudeville Inspiration

    September 08, 2014 8:36 PM EDT Jason D. Williams -- the rockabilly sensation who has been dazzling crowds live for three decades -- is back with brand-new music. Williams returns with his latest disc, Hillbillies and Holy Rollers , which was recorded at the historic studio address of 706 Union Ave. in Memphis. What enters…

  6. Marvin Gaye's Children Use Audio Mashup to Prove 'Blurred Lines' Is Infringing

    September 08, 2014 7:38 PM EDT In a court submission, the vocal material of 'Blurred Lines' plays over the instrumental of 'Got to Give It Up,' and vice versa. On Monday, Marvin Gaye 's children delivered a message to a California federal judge: Hearing is believing so listen up. Nona Gaye ,…

  7. Who Does Taylor Swift Have 'Bad Blood' With? Five Guesses

    September 08, 2014 4:59 PM EDT The Taylor Swift Lyric Guessing Game can officially begin. The country pop superstar covers the new issue of Rolling Stone, and in the long profile -- which you can read in full online -- Swift announces that while there won’t be many calling-out-the-boys tracks on her upcoming…

  8. Code Picks of the Week: Knife Party, Fehrplay & More

    September 08, 2014 2:00 PM EDT Each week, CODE curates a diverse selection of the most noteworthy new tunes in dance music. Take a listen! Knife Party, “Resistance” [Earstorm/Big Beat] If Knife Party’s high-octane new single is any indication, the duo’s forthcoming album Abandon Ship should see no shortage of twisted…

  9. The Asteroids Galaxy Tour Album Premiere: Listen To 'Bring Us Together'

    September 08, 2014 12:46 PM EDT Danish pop group The Asteroids Galaxy Tour is perhaps best known to U.S. audiences for having its delicious electro-pop single “Around The Bend” featured in an Apple commercial for the iPod Touch in 2008. Since then, the group has consistently released enjoyable pop tunes, and next week will…

  10. Exclusive: Johnny Marr Drops North American Tour Dates, Talks New Solo Album ‘Playland’

    September 08, 2014 12:29 PM EDT The former Smiths guitarist also gives an update on his forthcoming autobiography. American fans will soon get a chance to watch the venerable Johnny Marr perform tracks from his forthcoming solo album, as well as some classic tracks from the Smiths and beyond. Playland , Marr’s new solo…

  11. Taylor Swift Makes Album Promotion an Art in Her Debut 'Shake It Off' Week

    September 08, 2014 10:57 AM EDT What does it take to push an album or song to the top of the charts? Ask Taylor Swift , who spent the last month tirelessly promoting her debut pop album,  1989 , and pushing its lead single "Shake It Off" into the national pop-culture conversation. Hard work pays off. The song…

  12. Carole King Musical 'Beautiful' Sets Dates For U.S., London Run

    September 08, 2014 12:57 AM EDT The high notes of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical are set to soar beyond Broadway as the production will start its London run and U.S. tour. According to the Associated Press, a West End production of the Tony-nominated show will begin previews on Feb. 10 at the Aldwych Theatre. A U.S.…

  13. Miley Cyrus' Art to Premiere During Fashion Week: Details

    September 06, 2014 6:21 PM EDT Miley Cyrus has already conquered music, TV and movies. And now the twerking pop superstar wants to take over something else: the art world. The "Wrecking Ball" singer will premiere her art collection, "Dirty Hippie," during Jeremy Scott's New York Fashion Week show…

  14. Late Kris Kross Rapper Chris Kelly to Receive Honor at Hip-Hop Gala

    September 06, 2014 1:00 PM EDT Proceeds will go to music scholarships for students at the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media. Former Kriss Kross rapper Chris Kelly will be honored at the first annual Live and Die for Hip-Hop Black Out gala. Chris Kelly of Kris Kross Died of Drug Overdose: Medical Examiner The event will…

  15. Pharrell Is Eco-Friendly at New York Fashion Week

    September 06, 2014 9:00 AM EDT Designers usually wait to show their faces after the models hit the runway. Not Pharrell . Check Out Pret-a-Reporter’s Fashion Week Coverage Here The pop star led a dozen models Friday (Sept. 5) during New York Fashion Week for his RAW for the Oceans spring-summer collection. The Man Who…

  16. Chicago Radio Personality Roy Leonard Dies at 83

    September 05, 2014 5:59 PM EDT Longtime Chicago radio and TV personality Roy Leonard , who introduced listeners and viewers to some of America's biggest celebrities as they were just getting started, has died. He was 83. Leonard was well known around the Midwest for his decades of talk radio, celebrity interviews and…

  17. The Man Who Sketches Beyonce and Pharrell Is a $1,000 a Minute Art Sensation

    September 05, 2014 4:43 PM EDT If Andy Warhol had favored magic markers instead of silk screens and lived in a world where 15 seconds (not 15 minutes) of fame was the norm, he’d have a formidable rival in Donald Robertson. The cosmetics executive, whose self-appointed nickname is “Drawbertson,” has built a lucrative second…

  18. Exclusive: Aloe Blacc, Foster The People Lead Lineup For 'Culinary Beats' Season 2

    September 05, 2014 1:46 PM EDT Aloe Blacc , Alex & Sierra , Magic Man , Ella Henderson , Walk Off The Earth and Foster The People are indulging their kitchen ambitions as the stars of Culinary Beats , a six-part web series that returns for its second season toady (Sept. 5) on Yahoo! Screen and Citibank’s YouTube…

  19. Here's What We Know About Apple's New 'iWatch'

    September 05, 2014 11:23 AM EDT Apple will make a big announcement about something very small on Tuesday, according to the New York Times , when the company unveils a watch-like wearable computer at an event that is also expected to give people a first look at a pair of beefed-up iPhones. Dubbed the iWatch by everyone but…

  20. Hip-Hop Activist Talib Kweli on Ferguson: 'There Needs to Be an All-Out Revolution' to Change Racism

    September 05, 2014 10:00 AM EDT I am a child of the civil rights movement. My parents met in 1969. They attended New York University together and protested the Vietnam War. My mother got into NYU thanks to a scholarship that was established in Dr. Martin Luther King’s name the year that he was murdered. Because my parents…

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