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Las Vegas Shooting Victims Sue Hotel, Concert Promoters

Over 450 victims of the Las Vegas massacre have signed on to several lawsuits seeking damages from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, as well as the promoters of the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the Los Angeles Times reports.

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King Krule: Rock’s Coolest New Crank Sounds Off

Archy Marshall, the artist known as King Krule, discusses how he reacted to sudden teenage stardom, and why he’s suspicious of superstar co-signs.
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The kids outside Chicago’s Metro have been waiting for hours to see Archy Marshall, the 23-year-old London […]

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RZA Files Trademark Opposition Suit Against ‘Woof-Tang Clan’

Wu-Tang Clan honcho RZA has filed a trademark opposition suit against a Brooklyn dog walking company trying to register the trademark, “Woof-Tang Clan.”

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The Keystone XL Pipeline Fight Is Not Over Yet

Yesterday, after the Nebraska Public Service Commission met to decide whether to give Keystone XL a permit to cross the state, headlines seemed to hail victory for the pipeline project. “Nebraska Regulators Approve Alternative Route for Keystone XL Pipeline,” the New York Times wrote. “Keystone XL pipeline wins green light in Nebraska,” wrote Politico. Reuters was most decisive: “Nebraska clears […]

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Al Franken: ‘SNL’ Women Pen Letter of Support After Groping Accusation

Thirty-six women who worked with Al Franken on Saturday Night Live both chastised and expressed solidarity with the former comedian and current Minnesota senator after he was accused of groping radio/TV host, Leeann Tweeden.

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Ex-Black Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward Cancels Day of Errors Tour

Former Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward was forced to cancel a string of December shows with his new band Day of Errors due to heart problems.

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Black Sabbath’s Bill Ward: My 10 Favorite Metal Albums

Drummer shouts out classics including Metallica’s […]

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Watch Vic Mensa Perform Moving ‘We Could Be Free’ on ‘Colbert’

Vic Mensa unleashed a striking performance of “We Could Be Free” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday. The track appears on Mensa’s new album, The Autobiography.

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Vic Mensa Talks His Intensely Personal LP, ‘The Autobiography’

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Donald Trump Calls on NFL to Suspend Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch

Donald Trump criticized Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch on Monday morning for standing during the Mexican national anthem and sitting during the American national anthem prior to Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. Trump, who recently took aim at the NFL for not forcing players to stand for the national anthem, […]

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Miracles Singer Warren ‘Pete’ Moore Dead at 78

Warren “Pete” Moore, an original member of the legendary Motown singing group the Miracles, died Sunday at the age of 78.

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500 Greatest Songs of All Time

Rolling Stone’s definitive list of the 500 greatest songs of all time.
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Second Woman Accuses Al Franken of Groping

A second woman has come forward alleging Minnesota Senator Al Franken groped her. Lindsay Menz claims Franken grabbed her butt while they posed for a photograph together at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010.

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Louis C.K., Roy Moore, and How America Is Reacting to #MeToo

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Review: Steamy Tale of First Love Is Sexiest Film of 2017

Here’s the movie of the year for incurable romantics, a rapturous ode to first love that sweeps you up on waves of dizzying eroticism and then sweetly, emphatically leaves you emotionally shattered. For almost a year, Call Me By Your Name – the latest from Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash), a master cinema sensualist – has been […]

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Billy Joel to Appear on CW Superhero Series ‘Arrow’

A Billy Joel concert will be the target of a terrorist plot in the upcoming Thanksgiving episode of the CW superhero series Arrow, which will feature footage from one of the Piano Man’s gigs.

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On the Charts: Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Is 2017’s Top Album With Platinum Week

Taylor Swift‘s Reputation scored the best-selling week of 2017 – and became the year’s highest-selling album in total so far – as the singer’s latest Number One LP sold over 1.2 million copies in its debut week.

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Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation’ Finally Drops: 13 Surprises

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The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne Designs Trippy Wrapping Paper for Charity

The Flaming Lips‘ Wayne Coyne created a new wrapping paper design for a charity project based in the band’s native Oklahoma City. The kaleidoscopic pattern – a variation of the band’s cover art for their most recent LP, 2016’s Oczy Mlody – benefits the Wrap Up Homelessness initiative of The Curbside Chronicle, a local street paper that employs individuals hoping […]

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Stewart Copeland on 5 Songs About the Upside of Sin

The Police drummer on wild tracks by Captain Beefheart, Kendrick Lamar and more

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Panic! At the Disco Plot New Live LP, ‘All My Friends We’re Glorious’

Panic! At the Disco will release a new live album, All My Friends We’re Glorious, on December 15th. The career-spanning, 21-track LP documents the pop-rock band’s tour behind their fifth LP, 2016’s Death of a Bachelor. The record will be available as a limited-edition double-vinyl and digital download, with a pre-sale launching Tuesday, November 21st at noon EST at the […]

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Watch Stone Temple Pilots’ Blistering Live Debut With New Singer

Stone Temple Pilots performed with new singer Jeff Gutt at the Troubadour in Los Angeles on November 14th. The two live videos, via SiriusXM, mark the band’s first live shows since original lead singer Scott Weiland died from an accidental drug overdose in December 2015. 

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Roger Waters, Brian Eno Criticize Nick Cave for Israel Concerts

Nick Cave is facing backlash from prominent musicians including Roger Waters and Brian Eno for his decision to play two sold-out concerts in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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Roger Waters on Political ‘Runaway Train’ That Inspired New Album

“You Americans have allowed the law of […]

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AC/DC’s Brian Johnson Remembers ‘Genius’ Malcolm Young

AC/DC singer Brian Johnson remembered his former bandmate Malcolm Young following the rhythm guitarist’s death at the age of 64.

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Remembering AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, Band’s Unassuming Mastermind

Rhythm guitarist’s grasp of the swing at the heart of the hard-rock masters’ sound powered […]

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Charles Manson, Cult Leader Behind Tate-LaBianca Murders, Dead at 83

Charles Manson, the cult leader of the Manson family who masterminded the Tate-LaBianca killings of 1969 and one of the most reviled and fascinating figures in American pop culture, died Sunday night, CBS Los Angeles reports. He was 83. Manson had been rushed to a Bakersfield, California hospital from Corcoran State Prison earlier this month for an undisclosed medical issue.

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See Foo Fighters, Guns N’ Roses’ Live Tributes to AC/DC’s Malcolm Young

Both Foo Fighters and Guns N’ Roses paid tribute to late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young during their respective concerts Saturday night, hours after Young died at the age of 64 following a three-year battle with dementia.

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Watch Eminem Deliver Three-Song Medley on ‘SNL’

Eminem delivered a nine-minute, three-song medley during his Saturday Night Live musical guest spot, performing new single “Walk on Water,” “Stan” and “Love the Way You Lie.”

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Stephen Colbert Confronts Ben Affleck on Sexual Misconduct Accusations, Harvey Weinstein

Stephen Colbert asked Ben Affleck about his past sexual misconduct – last month, the actor apologized for groping Hilarie Burton on camera in 2003 – and his reaction to the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault allegations on The Late Show on Thursday. Good Will Hunting, the film that launched Affleck to stardom, was released by Miramax, a company co-founded by Weinstein. 

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Anthrax’s Scott Ian on AC/DC’s Malcolm Young: ‘Greatest Rhythm Guitarist of All Time’

Anthrax‘s Scott Ian hailed AC/DC‘s Malcolm Young as “the greatest rhythm guitarist of all time” in a tribute to the late rocker who died Saturday at the age of 64.

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Remembering AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, Band’s Unassuming Mastermind

“There’s very few rock roll bands,” Malcolm Young explained to a Dutch TV interviewer around the time of AC/DC‘s 2000 album Stiff Upper Lip. “There’s rock bands, there’s sort of metal bands, there’s whatever, but there’s no rock roll bands – there’s the Stones and us,” he chuckled. When asked by the interviewer to explain the difference between […]

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Watch Noel Gallagher’s Cosmic ‘It’s A Beautiful World’ Lyric Video

Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds have shared their new lyric video for “It’s a Beautiful World,” the latest single off the group’s upcoming Who Built the Moon?

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Watch Dap-Kings’ Poignant Sharon Jones Tribute on ‘Fallon’

The Dap-Kings remembered their late frontwoman Sharon Jones with a poignant musical tribute on The Tonight Show Friday, one day before the first anniversary of Jones’ death following a battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Watch Dead & Company’s Wistful ‘Uncle John’s Band’ on ‘Late Show’

Dead Company wrapped up a two-night residency at The Late Show with a wistful rendition of the Grateful Dead‘s classic “Uncle John’s Band.”

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The creators of ‘Red Roses, Green Gold’ on how they brought Jerry […]

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Malcolm Young, AC/DC Guitarist and Co-Founder, Dead at 64

Malcolm Young, guitarist and co-founder of AC/DC, died Saturday at the age of 64. Young had been suffering with dementia for the past three years, an illness that forced his retirement from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-inducted band he founded with his brother Angus Young in 1973.

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Simple Plan’s Pierre Bouvier: Warped Tour Was ‘an Experience Like No Other’

Since the Nineties, Vans Warped Tour has been a constant, integral part of Pierre Bouvier’s life. He played the tour a few times with Reset, and later, with bandmate Chuck Comeau, formed Simple Plan. Warped Tour helped Simple Plan not only find their footing in the early Aughts but has remained a way for the group to stay connected with […]

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See Dave Chappelle Spoof ‘Stranger Things’ in Teaser for New Special

Dave Chappelle announced the release date for his third Netflix special on Friday. Dave Chappelle: Equanimity is due out on December 31st. 

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Dave Chappelle: Donald Trump Is a ‘Bad DJ at a Good Party’

Revisiting his ‘SNL’ monologue, Chappelle suggests Trump’s administration […]

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It’s Time to Revisit Trump’s History With Women

We’re in the midst of a unique moment in modern history. Women are speaking up about the mistreatment they’ve suffered at the hands of powerful men – and people are actually listening. Whether the end result will be a backlash or a radical reconfiguration of power dynamics in the workforce is yet to be seen, but there’s no denying that something new […]

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Latin Grammys 2017: 10 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

Rising stars and old favorites come together in the 18th annual Latin Grammy Awards

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‘Wonder’ Review: Family Tearjerker Avoids Cloying Cliches (for the Most Part)

On the surface. Wonder looks like the kind of family-pandering pap that makes me want to run the other way. Do you really want to spend two hours watching the plight of a young boy born with a congenital facial deformity that gets him ridiculed when he musters the courage to go outside without hiding under his favorite astronaut helmet? […]

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Hear Miguel’s Shimmering New Song ‘Pineapple Skies’

Miguel has unveiled his upbeat new song “Pineapple Skies,” the latest single off the RB singer’s upcoming album War Leisure.

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Inside Miguel’s Political Awakening

Joining a protest at California’s Adelanto Detention Facility, the singer reflects on his role in 2017 America
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See Dead & Company’s Buoyant ‘Jack Straw’ on ‘Colbert’

Dead Company performed a breezy, unhurried rendition of the Grateful Dead standard “Jack Straw” on The Late Show.

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Bob Weir on Dead Company’s Summer Tour, Legendary 1977 Shows

Guitarist looks ahead to next set of gigs with John Mayer and […]

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John Cale Stages Roaring Tribute to Velvet Underground With MGMT, Sky Ferreira, Animal Collective, More

In the program notes to his scruffy, roaring Velvet Underground tribute at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last night, John Cale, 75, noted he’s “reluctant to spend too much time on things past.” Fair enough. But as foundational member and key sonic architect of a band that ranks with rock’s greatest, he’s earned a victory lap. And 50 years – […]

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Elon Musk on His Fears, Dreams, Twitter, Morality and Mars

The New York Times has called Elon Musk “arguably the most successful and important entrepreneur in the world.” It’s an easy case to make: He’s probably the only person who has started four billion-dollar companies – PayPal, Tesla, SpaceX and Solar City. But at his core, Musk is not a businessman or entrepreneur. He’s an engineer, inventor and, as he […]

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Watch Vicky Cornell, Serj Tankian Honor Chris Cornell at Human Rights Watch Gala

Chris Cornell was posthumously awarded Human Rights Watch’s inaugural Promise Award at a Los Angeles gala Tuesday, with System of a Down’s Serj Tankian, Soundgarden‘s Kim Thayil and Matt Cameron and Cornell’s widow Vicky Cornell on hand to honor the late singer.

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Aly Raisman: Victim Shaming Is Why ‘So Many Survivors Live in Fear’

On Friday, Aly Raisman shared a lengthy message on Twitter in which she asked her followers for their help so that she create change in regards to the treatment of women and victim shaming. In the message, the three-time Olympic gold medalist wanted to clarify that a sexy photoshoot or sexy outfit “does not give a man the right […]

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25 People Shaping the Future in Tech, Science, Medicine, Activism and More

The inventors, entrepreneurs and disrupters who are changing (and maybe saving) the world one brilliant idea at a time

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Jonestown: 13 Things You Should Know About Cult Massacre

Until the September 11th attacks, the tragedy in Jonestown on November 18th, 1978 represented the largest number of American civilian casualties in a single non-natural event. It is unfathomable now, as it was then, that more than 900 Americans – members of a San Francisco-based religious group called the Peoples Temple – died after drinking poison at the urging […]

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‘Generation Oxy’: Inside New True Crime Memoir

It’s Saturday night and Blake Shelton’s “Redneck Girl” echoes throughout a country dance club in Tampa, Florida. Seventeen-year-old Douglas Dodd and his friends from Hudson High are snorting oxycodone pain pills and drinking rum. A bouncer spots the teenagers and escorts them outside, where he denies their fake drivers licenses. A county sheriff’s cruiser pulls up to the club and […]

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Kinky Friedman on the Night Bob Dylan, Jack Nicholson Crashed His Wild House Party

Kinky Friedman has performed with Bob Dylan, traveled with Led Zeppelin and partied with John Belushi. When his cocaine habit nearly killed him, he returned to Texas and wrote 30 books, including 18 detective novels and memoirs featuring Willie Nelson and Billy Bob Thornton. More than 547,000 Texans voted for him when he ran for governor in 2006, and bosom […]

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Watch Radiohead’s Phil Selway Join Ringo Starr for Beatles Classic

Radiohead drummer Phil Selway joined Ringo Starr and the All Starr Band for a performance of the Beatles‘ classic “With a Little Help From My Friends” at the Beacon Theater in New York City Wednesday.

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See Touching Theatrical Version of Chris Cornell’s ‘The Promise’ Video

In June, what turned out be Chris Cornell‘s final video was released. A collaboration with video director Meiert Avis, he and Cornell worked on “The Promise,” which Cornell had written and recorded for the 2016 film of the same name that addresses the Armenian genocide. Now, a theatrical version of the video has been released.

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Watch Lena Waithe, Common’s New Trailer for ‘The Chi’

Master of None Emmy winner Lena Waithe returns to her hometown for new series The Chi, which she created and executive produced. Co-executive produced by fellow Chicago native and rapper Common along with Elwood Reid, the show’s first season was entirely shot in its namesake city and its new trailer features vivid street scenes and introduces its ensemble cast.

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Hear Major Lazer’s Buoyant New Song ‘Love Life’

Major Lazer are readying the release of their new film, which documents their historic 2016 concert in Havana, Cuba called Give Me Future and they’ve unveiled a pair of songs from the soundtrack. The documentary will be available via Apple Music on Friday.

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Inside David Bowie’s Final Act: New Doc Dives Into ‘Lazarus’

In October 2015, David Bowie decided to end his cancer treatments after learning the disease had spread too far to recover from. The very same week, he traveled to a Brooklyn soundstage to shoot a video for his new song “Lazarus,” the name of a biblical figure that Jesus brought back from the dead. Bowie spent the day in a […]

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‘Roman J. Israel, Esq’ Review: ‘Great’ Denzel Washington Breaks New Ground

Whatever faults you find in Roman J. Israel, Esq as a movie – it tends to meander – there is no disputing the start-to-finish excellence of Denzel Washington in the title role. You may think you know Washington as an actor, but you’ve never seen him like this. He is riveting as Roman J. Israel, Esq. – he likes the […]

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