When Refused reemerged at Coachella in 2012, fans of inventive and politically radical punk were overjoyed, but they knew not to expect much more. The Swedish band had been dormant since the 1998 release of "The Shape of Punk to Come" and had insisted that that round of reunion touring would be...
The Rolling Stones are emptying the archives for the deluxe reissue of 1971's classic "Sticky Fingers."
KROQ's annual Weenie Roast festival has always balanced brains and brawn in its selections of rock and roll acts. For 2015, they've dialed back on muscly skate punk in favor of some more grandiose indie rock.
Unknown assailants fired shots into Lil Wayne's tour buses in Atlanta early Sunday morning.
Electronic dance music is a multibillion-dollar industry in America. It claims significant real estate at nearly every major U.S. music festival and influences nearly every aspect of contemporary youth culture.
After six years, one groundbreaking video game score, a few high-profile festival appearances and a major change in record labels, the L.A. experimental band Health finally has a new album ready. And it's already turning stomachs.
In a recent interview with legendary producer Rick Rubin, Diplo seeks a new future. But in some ways, he still can't quite escape his past.
Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love were goofing off at home when she asked him one of the most fundamental questions about his public perception.