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Icona Pop Declare State of 'Emergency' on New Song

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 10:56am

Though the solstice is still a month away, Swedish pop duo Icona Pop have welcomed summer with "Emergency," an exuberant, feverish new song that boasts vocals from fellow Swede Erik Hassle. While "Emergency" invokes the same kind of breakneck delirium that made Icona Pop's 2012 breakout hit "I Love It" a sudden, inescapable smash, the...

Flashback: The Clash Storm Tokyo in 1982

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 10:22am

In hindsight, The Clash probably shouldn't have agreed to tour Asia and Australia in early 1982. Beyond the fact that it came midway through the tense Combat Rock sessions, promoters put together an insane schedule of 25 shows in a little over a month. And after five straight years on the road,...

Miguel on Wild New Album and Becoming Pop's Most Wanted Man

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 9:57am

"It was just like pushing a boulder up and up and up a hill and then you finally get to the top," singer Miguel Pimentel says about his rise to fame. In 2012, his breakout album, Kaleidoscope Dream, was one of the most innovative pop records of the past few years, hitting...

Hottest Live Photos of Summer 2015

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 9:49am

Between summer's 30 massive tours and 50 essential festivals, this season is shaping up to be a huge one for artists we love hitting the road and playing shows under the scorching sun. We'll be capturing photos of the biggest sets and posting our best photos right here:

Watch Neil Young Tear Into 'The Monsanto Years' at Anti-GMO Event

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 9:46am

Neil Young and his recent collaborators, Lukas and Micah Nelson — the sons of country great Willie Nelson — performed an acoustic rendition of their new protest song, "The Monsanto Years," during an anti-GMO event in Maui this weekend, Stereogum reports. Just like the song — and forthcoming album of the same name —...

20 Best Things We Saw at Electric Daisy Carnival New York 2015

Tuesday, May 26, 2015 9:25am

House was big at this year's EDC festival in the Big Apple (well, technically New Jersey's MetLife Stadium), but across all four stages, the boundaries between EDM's big sub-genres felt particularly porous. Trance DJs spun hardstyle, dubstep crashed against hip-hop, house tracks vanished into dubstep-influenced drops and tens of thousands of fans moved...





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