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As the summer in quarantine winds down, and many cities remain in half-lockdown, half-reopened states of purgatory, it’s become harder and harder to pass the time in the heat. There’s only so many...

Tom Morello draws parallels between slavery and the police state on his new song “You Belong to Me,” which the guitarist released Friday along with a music video for the track. “Our present...

Straight outta Carolina: Reggaeton shock jocks Jowell and Randy are back, and they’re nastier than ever. Just a week after releasing their fifth studio LP, Lost In Time, the pair chased it with...

Amazon Prime Video released the trailer for Mangrove, directed by Steve McQueen, the first film in a planned five-part anthology series from the British filmmaker titled Small Axe. Mangrove, Lovers...

Could your weekend playlist use a little more seasoning? Rolling Stone Latin selects some of the best new music releases from Latin America, Spain and Portugal. Keep track of the latest in Latin...

Swedish duo Icona Pop have released their latest feel-good party track, “Feels in My Body.” The music video — shot by director Gustav Stegfors and cinematographer Crille Forsberg — depicts...

The Weeknd has dropped new song “Smile,” his collaboration with the late rapper Juice WRLD. The song is the first time the artists teamed up. In the lyric video for the pensive song, which was...

K-pop sensations BTS have announced the premiere of their upcoming concert film, Break the Silence: the Movie. The movie, which chronicles their 2019 Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour, hits...

Toots and the Maytals and Ziggy Marley have linked up for a new take on the Bob Marley classic, “Three Little Birds.” The cover completely transforms the original’s steady swaying groove into...

David Bowie’s rarities-filled 1999 Paris concert will serve as the next installment in an ongoing series of digital releases dedicated to the music icon’s Nineties concert work. Something in the...

Lady Gaga has announced the launch of her new show, Gaga Radio, which will be available via Apple Music on Friday. The dance music-focused show will feature DJs, producers and others who have inspired...

According to his Instagram Stories, Drake thinks ‘Sons of Anarchy’ is getting two more seasons. ‘Sons of Anarchy’ is not getting two more seasons. ...

Tom Petty’s estate has shared a previously unheard song, “There Goes Angela (Dream Away),” that was recorded during the Wildflowers sessions. The only catch is that hearing it requires either...

Dua Lipa has announced a new Club Future Nostalgia the Remix album, which will comprise remixes of songs from her sophomore album, Future Nostalgia. The set, which she worked on with the Blessed Madonna...

Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins is launching a new podcast series called Pass Through Frequencies, which focuses on the craft of songwriting and the creative process that will feature conversations...

Washed Out has released “Paralyzed,” the third single from his upcoming album Purple Noon. The song is accompanied by a tastefully NSFW video by director Caroline Koning, shot in her native Holland...

Jim James, Andrew Bird, Grace Potter, Lucius, the Decemberists, Warren Haynes, Punch Brothers’ Chris Thile, Julien Baker and Benmont Tench all collaborated on a remote cover version of Burt Bacharach’s...

Black Pumas play smooth versions of two songs, “Colors” and a cover of Jimmy Webb composition “Wichita Lineman,” in videos documenting their recently issued Amazon original EP, The Electric...

John Fogerty and his three youngest children have spent the past few months creating special lockdown versions of classic tunes from his long career under the banner Fogerty’s Factory. They’ve...

Philadelphia punk stalwarts the Dead Milkmen will release a new seven-inch single this month — featuring a cover of Heaven 17’s 1981 song “(We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang” —...