Donning a classic blue suit and a slick new haircut, Jack White opens up about the struggles over a drink at a hip art deco-styled bar in his new video for the Lazaretto track "Would You Fight for My Love?"
Two years after Paul McCartney first announced on Twitter that he was trying his hand at being a "video game composer" for the first-person shooting game Destiny, the rock legend's original composition for the game's ...
The Chicago Music Exchange have published a video of the 100 greatest bass riffs of all time mashed up into one song. There's a distinct lack of Este Haim-style bass face, but it's still pretty great. Watch it below...
Jack White's Third Man Records and John Fahey's Revenant Records have planned a companion collection to its 2013 box set, The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records., Vol. 1 (1917 – 1927), that will focus on recordings by Mississippi Delta blues icons like Charley Patton, Son House and Skip James that the Paramount label released between 1928 and 1932 ~ the new box set, The Rise and Fall of Paramount Records, Volume 2 (1928-1932), is due out November 18th
After the surprise launch of their new album Songs of Innocence on Tuesday, U2 have seen a dramatic chart bump for their back catalog ~ an unprecedented number of U2's previous albums have now entered iTunes' album chart since the new record's launch ~ earlier this week, 24 of the band's titles had reached the Top 200
Alan G Parker has revealed he’ll follow his Status Quo and Kiss films with a feature on David Essex - Essex, agreed to let Parker and producer Alexa Morris start work on the project after seeing Hello Quo! earlier this year
Deezer, the world's second-biggest music subscription service is finally coming to the world's biggest music market - six-year-old Deezer, which claims to have 5 million subscribers and 16 million monthly users over 180 countries, announced Wednesday it will launch in the United States on Monday the 15th via a partnership with home audio company Sonos
The announcement that U2 was releasing their new album, Songs of Innocence for free will obviously hurt the sales of the LP when it is released in October, so there had to be more to the deal - Bono has now implied that a second album, Songs of Experience, is on the way - the band won't be going broke over the Innocence promotion - Apple has paid both U2 and their record company, Universal, a fee that is being reported close to $100 million
Bob Crewe, best known for his work with the Four Seasons, died on Thursday at the age of 82 - Crewe wrote and/or produced a long list of top ten hits for the Four Seasons along with songs for other artists including LaBelle (Lady Marmalade), Mitch Ryder (Sock it to Me Baby), Herman's Hermits (Silhouettes), Oliver (Jean, Good Morning Starshine) and his own group's hit Music to Watch Girls By
Captain Beefheart's three early 70s releases will be featured on a new box set - the upcoming four-disc set, Sun Zoom Spark: 1970 to 1972, collects three remastered albums – 1970's Lick My Decals Off, Baby, and his two 1972 releases, The Spotlight Kid and Clear Spot – as well as a disc of 14 previously unreleased outtakes - the limited-edition collection will be available on Nov 11th
You can buy music on Twitter now - Twitter is launching a way to purchase music and merch without leaving the Twitter app on your phone - they're currently testing out an in-app "buy" button with an initial group of artists including the Eminem, Pharrell, Ryan Adams, Paramore, Megadeth, and Soundgarden