Watch Stephen Malkmus Perform, Talk Indie Rock Legacy on ‘CBS This Morning’
Music

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks appeared on CBS This Morning Saturday to perform a pair of tracks off the band’s new album Sparkle Hard. During the visit, the former Pavement singer addressed his reputation as “the Dad of Indie Rock.” “I’d rather be the dad than the granddad or the great granddad,” Malkmus quipped to CBS This Morning‘s Anthony Mason. Malkmus also discussed the future of songwriting and losing his voice while on the tour in support of Sparkle Hard,...

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Watch Stephen Malkmus Perform, Talk Indie Rock Legacy on ‘CBS This Morning’
Music News

Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks appeared on CBS This Morning Saturday to perform a pair of tracks off the band’s new album Sparkle Hard. During the visit, the former This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Stephen Malkmus Perform, Talk Indie Rock Legacy on ‘CBS This...

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Drake’s ‘Scorpion’ Shatters Single-Day Streaming Records
Charts

Drake‘s Scorpion shattered single-day streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify, with the rapper’s new double album on pace for the most streamed week in charts history. Scorpion easily crushed Apple Music’s single-day streaming record – previously held by Drake’s own More Life – with 170 million streams worldwide in its first 24 hours of release, the Associated Press reports; More Life accumulated 89.9 million streams on the service upon its release in March 2017. On Spotify, Scorpion‘s...

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Drake’s ‘Scorpion’ Shatters Single-Day Streaming Records
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Drake‘s Scorpion shattered single-day streaming records on both Apple Music and Spotify, with the rapper’s new double album on pace for the most streamed week in charts history. Scorpion easily crushed Apple Music’s single-day streaming record – previously held by Drake’s own More Life – with 170 This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Drake’s ‘Scorpion’ Shatters Single-Day Streaming...

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Hear Vic Mensa Confront Addiction, Demons on New Song ’10K Problems’
Music

Vic Mensa has unleashed a cathartic new track titled “10K Problems” where the rapper reveals his struggles with drug addiction and adapting to fame. “Niggas asking where I been at, I gotta recap it / Relapsing D-R-U-G habits / Tryin’ move forward, depression been holding me backwards / Recovery ain’t a straight line,” Mensa raps over a blistering beat. “What’s going on, like Marvin is / I heard it through the grapevine I’m fallin’ off / I been on another...

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Hear Vic Mensa Confront Addiction, Demons on New Song ’10K Problems’
Music News

Vic Mensa has unleashed a cathartic new track titled “10K Problems” where the rapper reveals his struggles with drug addiction and adapting to fame. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Vic Mensa Confront Addiction, Demons on New Song ’10K...

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Drake Was Once R&B’s Savior. On ‘Scorpion,’ He Returns
Music News

As news that Drake‘s Scorpion would be a double album swept around the internet this week, it was quickly followed by a tantalizing rumor – one of the two LPs would be rap, while the other would be entirely R&B. Drake became a star by mixing these forms; now he would devote himself to each This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Drake Was Once R&B’s Savior. On ‘Scorpion,’ He...

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Death Grips’ ‘Black Paint’ Is the Song of the Summer
Death Grips

What makes a summer jam? Is it the sunniest chorus, the hottest beat, the most weeks on the charts? Do the lyrics have to be about beaches and barbecues, or is it a question of vibe? What if it’s a song on your summer playlist and no one else’s? We believe the answer is “all of the above.” This summer, Rolling Stone’s writers will celebrate the songs that are ruling each of their worlds – from huge hits to weirder,...

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Death Grips’ ‘Black Paint’ Is the Song of the Summer
Music News

What makes a summer jam? Is it the sunniest chorus, the hottest beat, the most weeks on the charts? Do the lyrics have to be about beaches and barbecues, or is it a question of vibe? What if it’s a song on your summer playlist and no one else’s? We believe the answer is “all of the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Death Grips’ ‘Black Paint’ Is the Song of the...

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Eric B & Rakim Ready ‘Complete Collection’ Vinyl Box Set
Eric B. & Rakim

Eric B & Rakim will reissue their entire catalog on vinyl for the first time with the pioneering rap duo’s The Complete Collection 1987-1992. The 8-LP, 2-CD set collects the duo’s four albums – 1987s Paid in Full, 1988’s Follow the Leader, 1990’s Let the Rhythm Hit Em and 1992’s Don’t Sweat the Technique – as well as two discs worth of remixes, many of which will be made available digitally for the first time as part of The Complete Collection....

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Eric B & Rakim Ready ‘Complete Collection’ Vinyl Box Set
Music News

Eric B & Rakim will reissue their entire catalog on vinyl for the first time with the pioneering rap duo’s The Complete Collection 1987-1992. The 8-LP, 2-CD set collects the duo’s four albums – 1987s Paid in Full, 1988’s Follow the Leader, 1990’s Let the Rhythm Hit This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Eric B & Rakim Ready ‘Complete Collection’ Vinyl Box...

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Josh Homme Shares Letter Anthony Bourdain Wrote to Rocker’s Daughter
Anthony Bourdain

Josh Homme has shared a letter Anthony Bourdain wrote to the Queens of the Stone Age frontman’s daughter Camille that encapsulates the friendship between the rocker and the late chef. “Tony, I miss you bad. Once Camille was so mad at you. She was defending me. & So were you. Defending me. As we had done & would do many times over the years for each other. & you, with great care, such empathy, such sweetness… you apologized to a...

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Josh Homme Shares Letter Anthony Bourdain Wrote to Rocker’s Daughter
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Josh Homme has shared a letter Anthony Bourdain wrote to the Queens of the Stone Age frontman’s daughter Camille that encapsulates the friendship between the rocker and the late chef. “Tony, I miss you bad. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Josh Homme Shares Letter Anthony Bourdain Wrote to Rocker’s...

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Drake’s Favorite Collaborators are Ghosts
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It’s unclear how, exactly, Drake pulled it off. On “Don’t Matter To Me,” a late song on the rapper’s latest album Scorpion, he recruits This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Drake’s Favorite Collaborators are...

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Brendon Urie Pledges $1 Million Supporting LGBT Youth
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Brendon Urie partnered with GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) to help create GSA (Gender & Sexuality/Gay-Straight Alliance) clubs in high schools across America. To mark the new alliance, Urie pledged $1 million dollars to GLSEN to launch the initiative. “For years This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Brendon Urie Pledges $1 Million Supporting LGBT...

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An Ode to ‘Summer Games,’ The Best Track on Drake’s ‘Scorpion’
Music News

Drake tucked away the finest song he’s made this summer on “Side B” of Scorpion. In an album full of drama, emotion and answers to burning tabloid questions, “Summer Games” is the surprise highlight: an elegant sigh of resignation from an artist whose bravado-fueled bachelor lifestyle has helped make him an This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: An Ode to ‘Summer Games,’ The Best Track on Drake’s...

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Hear Corey Smith’s Chronicle of Road Life in ‘Halfway Home’
Corey Smith

Life on the road can often by an unglamorous existence, but for musicians who have families it can also mean missing out seeing their kids grow up. Corey Smith has a touching new song, “Halfway Home,” in which he addresses the separation of the touring life. Sung with the soft-spoken reassurance of a lullaby, “Halfway Home” draws on particulars to illustrate what it means to be apart: a trip to the coast here, another couple days or another couple weeks...

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See Marilyn Manson Cover ‘Lost Boys’ Theme With ‘Cry Little Sister’ Video
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Marilyn Manson released the gloomy new video for “Cry Little Sister,” the shock rocker’s cover of the theme song from the cult Eighties vampire flick The Lost Boys. Manson initially debuted his industrial spin on Gerard McMahon’s goth classic live in concert earlier this month. Manson recorded This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Marilyn Manson Cover ‘Lost Boys’ Theme With ‘Cry Little Sister’...

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Warped Tour Heroes Black Veil Brides Contemplate the End of an Era
Music News

Andy Biersack is only 27 years old. Yet backstage at a February tour stop in Atlanta, the Black Veil Brides singer sounds like a grizzled veteran. A few months before his band would embark on the final Warped Tour ever – and the future of Black Veil Brides would be called into question – he takes a moment to reflect on the potential end of a scene. “When I was a kid, my dream was not to This article originally appeared...

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: John Coltrane, Drake, Florence and the Machine and More Editors’ Picks
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EDITORS’ PICK: John Coltrane, Both Directions At Once: The Lost AlbumThis previously unreleased 1963 session captures the jazz legend with his “Classic Quartet,” which was rounded out by pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones. “This set has its own scrappy, off-the-cuff appeal,” This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New Albums to Stream Now: John Coltrane, Drake, Florence and the Machine and More Editors’...

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