- New Music to Know: With a Washboard and Spoon, the Ben Miller Band Go Their Own Musical Way A washboard miked up and plugged in to be used as an electric instrument is not something you'd expect to see at a rock concert. But for the Ben Miller Band it's a regular staple — and crowd pleaser — at their live shows.
- Thurston Moore Says Black Metal is 'Made By Pussies,' Announces New Black Metal Album Just a day prior, Moore announced the release of The Best Day, his next solo album, for Oct. 21.
- Floyd Mayweather Questions 50 Cent's Relevance, Rapper Responds with Instagram Taunts Your move, Mayweather.
- Foo Fighters Tease New Song, Talk Music with Barack Obama in 'Sonic Highways' Trailer: Watch Sonic Highways is out Nov. 10.
- Q&A: Frank Iero Makes his Boldest Move Since Joining My Chemical Romance We spoke with the former My Chemical Romancer about bringing in a backing band, following in his father's footsteps and playing jump rope with a kid's intestines.
- Korn Stands up to Bullying in Blood-Soaked 'Hater' Video: Watch In Korn's new video for "Hater", the band seeks to project a positive message, one of empowerment and strength, to those who have been scarred by bullies.
- Calvin Harris Teases New Song with John Newman, 'Blame': Listen The tune features the vocals of British singer John Newman, best known for his 2013 hit, "Love Me Again."
- Nico & Vinz Announce U.S. Debut Album 'Black Star Elephant' Their full-length will arrive Sept. 16 on Warner Bros. Records.
- Steven Tyler Contributes Vocals to 'Sin City' Soundtrack: Hear 'Skin City' "Skin City" (not "Sin City") is credited to "Robert Rodriguez featuring Steven Tyler."
- Jack White Went to a Baseball Game and Smiled This Time Not that the Sad Jack White picture could be completely recreated anyway.
- Killer Mike, El-P Announce New Run the Jewels, Release 'Blockbuster Night Pt. 1': Listen Killer Mike and El-P are back again as Run the Jewels. The upcoming album will include cameos from Travis Barker and Zack de la Rocha.
- Lupe Fiasco Will Write You A Song for $500 The catch is it will only have one verse.
- Morrissey's 'World Peace' Videos Pulled from Vevo — And He Thinks His Albums Are Next Morrissey and his (former?) label Harvest Records are the breakup that never ends.