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There were a lot of naked male buttocks on prog-rock album covers at the tail end of the ’70s — namely, Yes‘ Going for the One and Rush‘s Hemispheres. But it was all a coincidence. “I never made the connection,” Hugh Syme, Rush’s art director since 1975, tells UCR. Instead, his vivid design for the power trio’s […]

Tommy Lee looked back at his past with Motley Crue, saying it was a combination of talent, luck and “just sheer fucking stupidity” that led to their success. Appearing on Barstool Sports’ KFC Radio podcast, Lee was asked if the band members were great at partying because they were rock stars or if they were rock stars […]

Magnolia Pictures has released the first trailer for Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan, a new documentary about frontman of the Pogues. According to a press release, the film features archival footage, animation by Ralph Steadman, and more. The documentary, directed by Julien Temple, will screen on December 1 before getting released […]

Vivien Goldman—the post-punk musician who’s also a music journalist, reggae scholar, and “Professor of Punk” at NYU—hasn’t released a new song as a solo artist in decades. With Election Day approaching, Goldman is breaking that silence. “I Have a Voice” is out this Friday (October 30) via Youth Sounds/Cadiz Music. Goldman’s “I Have a Voice” […]

The Knife are continuing the celebration of their 20th anniversary on Friday (October 30) with a livestream lineup of both classic and new material. At 3:30 p.m. Eastern, they’ll stream classic Knife videos. At 4 p.m. Eastern, they’ll stream their Coachella 2014 performance. At 5 p.m. Eastern, Olof Dreijer delivers a new DJ set. Tune […]

Dirty Projectors have announced their fifth and final EP of the year. Ring Road arrives November 20 alongside the release of a 20-song compilation of their 2020 releases, 5EPs. Below, find a new Noel Paul–directed video for the first single, “Searching Spirit.” Each of Dirty Projectors’ EPs this year has featured a different band member—Maia […]

John Carpenter has announced his third album of non-soundtrack music. Lost Themes III: Alive After Death is out February 5 via Sacred Bones. It’s his third collaboration with Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies following 2015’s Lost Themes and 2016’s Lost Themes II. The trio also soundtracked the 2018 Halloween reboot. Check out the new song […]

by: Rachel Narozniak Oct 27, 2020 The opening lyrics of SG Lewis‘ latest, “I think we’re onto something I want some more,” are an apt description of the reaction that “Feed The Fire” is sure to induce. The disco-tinted single from Lewis’ forthcoming debut album has already earned him accolades; Annie Mac declared it the […]

The head of Scotland’s TRNSMT Festival has outlined how he is pioneering for a quick Covid-19 testing strategy that could pave the way for the full return of music festivals next summer. Geoff Ellis, the head of DF Concerts, is in advanced talks with an eastern European country to stage an event for 1,000 gig-goers, […]

Kanye West has stated his desire to buy the Universal Music Group for £25billion. It comes after West recently suggested new guidelines for recording and publishing deals in the future of the music industry, discussing contracts, masters and rights issues in the music industry on Twitter and advocating for fairer treatment for all artists. Speaking during […]