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Video: Jay-Z – “Kill Jay Z”

Jay-Z's video series for 4:44 continues with "Kill Jay Z," the album's opener. "Kill Jay Z" was directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz, and follows the videos…
Brian Josephs / July 21, 2017

Kiiara Shares Message to Chester Bennington

One of Linkin Park’s final collaborators was Kiiara, the Midwestern rapper and singer who guested on "Heavy," a pop-minded single from this year’s One More Light.
Taylor Berman / July 21, 2017

The Darkness – “All The Pretty Girls”

Taylor Swift and I have many things in common, but one of the quirkier items in the shared area of our Venn diagram is this: I…
Michael Nelson, Stereogum / July 21, 2017

All the Greatest Hits From Sean Spicer’s Brief, Pathetic Stint as White House Press Secretary

For six sad months, Sean Spicer was the official mouthpiece of the Trump administration and a treasured source of comic relief to those who living under…
Andy Cush / July 21, 2017

Remembering Roger Waters’ 1990 Concert at the Berlin Wall

The day after The Wall concert in Berlin’s infamous Potzdamer Platz, David Bates, Dawn Bridges, and Chris Roberts from PolyGram Records, and I drove to…
Bob Guccione / July 21, 2017

Here’s What Meek Mill Had to Say About Nicki Minaj on Wins & Losses

Meek Mill teased earlier this month that Wins & Losses will "address everything." Naturally, fans assumed that includes his dead relationship with Nicki Minaj—and, of course, they…
Brian Josephs / July 21, 2017

Chester Bennington’s Voice Was the Sound of Emotional Catharsis

Earlier this year, Chester Bennington declared he was done with the past. "Why are we still talking about Hybrid Theory?" he said during interviews…
Jeremy Gordon / July 21, 2017

Review: Avey Tare’s Eucalyptus is a Lovely, Low-Key Return to Animal Collective’s Acoustic Era

This year, with relatively little fanfare, Animal Collective released an EP called Meeting of the Waters. With only two members of the band’s…
Andy Cush / July 21, 2017

Mobb Deep – “Try My Hand”

The Alchemist produced regularly for the late Prodigy from the late 1990s up until his passing, and today, the producer shared a new unreleased track called "Try My Hand" credited…
Winston Cook-Wilson / July 21, 2017

Run the Jewels Pay Tribute to Chester Bennington During Kimmel Performance

Run the Jewels, who're still aggressively touring, returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform "Panther Like a Panther" and "Down" from RTJ3. El-P dedicated the latter to…
Brian Josephs / July 21, 2017

Flying Lotus on How His Film Debut Kuso Is More Than Just “Gross”

On a recent July afternoon, Flying Lotus and I were sitting at the offices of Shudder, a video on demand service for horror…
Brian Josephs / July 21, 2017

Seether Dedicate “Rise Above” Suicide Prevention Benefit Fest to Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell

Each year, frontman Shaun Morgan of the latter-day grunge-metal hitmakers Seether hosts a festival called Rise Above in Bangor, Maine, proceeds from which are donated to…
Andy Cush / July 21, 2017

Video: DJ Shadow – “Corridors” ft. Steven Price

DJ Shadow has just dropped the video for "Corridors," a collaboration with Oscar-winning composer Steven Price that appeared on his recently released The Mountain Has Fallen EP. The flick,…
Brian Josephs / July 21, 2017

A$AP Twelvyy – “Diamonds” (Feat. A$AP Rocky)

A$AP Mob member A$AP Twelvyy is getting ready to release his debut album 12, which will make him only the third member of the Mob, after…
Tom Breihan, Stereogum / July 21, 2017

Revisit Our 1988 Guns N’ Roses Appetite for Destruction Profile

Guns N' Roses' debut album Appetite for Destruction was released July 21, 1987. In honor of the album turning 30, we've digitized this profile, which originally ran in the January 1988…
Barracuda / July 21, 2017

Listen to Scott Walker Talk With Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker in a Rare Interview

A two-hour BBC Radio program airing on Sunday will feature an interview between Pulp's Jarvis Cocker and his hero/collaborator Scott Walker, the enigmatic former-Walker-Brother-turned-avant-garde-visionary. The…
Winston Cook-Wilson / July 21, 2017

Stone Temple Pilots Release Statement on Chester Bennington’s Death

Chester Bennington was best known for his role in Linkin Park, but he also fronted Stone Temple Pilots from 2013 to 2015. Following Bennington’s death…
Taylor Berman / July 21, 2017

Madame Tussauds Has Removed Its Bad Beyoncé Statue

This week, it came to light that Madame Tussauds, the world famous wax museum, was displaying a very bad Beyoncé statue at its Midtown Manhattan…
Jeremy Gordon / July 21, 2017

Watch SZA & Travis Scott Perform “Love Galore” on The Tonight Show

Last month, the neo-neo-soul star SZA finally got around to releasing Ctrl, her powerful debut album. And last night, she was on The Tonight Show to perform "Love…
Tom Breihan, Stereogum / July 21, 2017
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