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  1. Kanye West may want to be president, but he has a long way to go if it's actually going to happen (for a number of reasons). In the first piece of polling data to take into account the rapper/mogul's candidacy, West is polling at a not-so-good 2%. Redfield & Wilton Strategies ...
  2. Four suspects have been charged in the murder of rising rapper Pop Smoke. Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced the charges on Monday. Two of the...
  3. The last time we heard Eddie Van Halen's name it was because a nugget about him pulling a gun on...
  4. Bob Mould is back with another new song from his upcoming album, Blue Hearts, which is due out this fall. Entitled "Forecast of Rain," the Mould, also a member of Hüsker Dü and...
  5. Billie Joe Armstrong understands that 2020 has been so weird that we don't know even really know what time is anymore. So his cover of Billy Bragg's "A New England" for No Fun Monday actually happened on a...
  6. Talib Kweli has announced that he'll be releasing a new album titled Cultural Currency, but if you want to hear it, it's not going to be available through traditional means. The rapper will be releasing the album (which has no release date) through a new Patreon campaign, where fans have three different options...
  7. In case you missed it, SPIN's Untitled Twitch Stream is coming off a stellar week featuring an entire afternoon with Iration and live performances with Cobi, Maddox Jones, and the National Parks. Plus, there was that...
  8. Earlier this month, Nick Cave announced that he'll be doing a special solo performance on July 23. And today (July 13), he dropped the trailer for...
  9. It's been a few years since Yo La Tengo have released new music. But in quarantine, the indie vets...
  10. Take it from Rob Halford: It is difficult pulling leather chaps over sweaty legs. The Judas Priest frontman would learn that lesson anew when his band arrived at the since-demolished John F. Kennedy Stadium in Philadelphia to perform as part of Live Aid, which unfolded on two continents 35 years ago today. "It…