Stream two new songs by Animal Collective.
Pop Matters ranks 15 overlooked albums of the '90s.
Tom Gabel, lead singer of Against Me!, goes public about his experience with gender dysphoria and will begin living openly as a transgender woman.
J. Tillman, aka Father John Misty, aka former Fleet Foxes drummer, loves mushrooms, and we're not talking Morchella ascocarps here.
Mushrooms are recommended while watching John Hamm and Reggie Watts pay tribute to "Taxi."
Matthew Weiner spent $250K to get a Beatles song on "Mad Men." Was it worth it?
According to the Seattle Weekly, some greatest hits albums really are great.
The week in St. Louis concert announcements features new dates from Norah Jones, Merle Haggard and Marty Stuart, Josh Ritter and Old Crow Medicine Show.
RIP bluesman Michael Burks.
In the following video, cat barfing is mashed up with Deadmau5. You've been warned.
No Doubt is set to release its first album in over a decade.
First grader quotes LMFAO, gets suspended, comes back.
Watch Brian Eno dish on the evolution of visual and musical arts in the 20th century.
NPR is streaming new albums by Best Coast, Beach House and Sara Watkins.
Musicians make music. Boxers punch. And nary the twain should meet.
Back in the day, Axl Rose penned a mean letter to the editor.
The latest Live at KDHX sessions feature Reckless Kelly, Emily Wells, the Right Now and JD McPherson.
Rock Book Show, a one-stop website for the latest on music book news, features interviews with Mac Randall about "Exit Music: The Story Of Radiohead" and RJ Smith on "The One: The Life and Music of James Brown."
Jason Pierce of Spiritualized chats with the A.V. Club about the band's new album, "Sweet Heart Sweet Light."
The Chicago Reader looks at the rise and fall and rise of Chicago house music.
NPR talks to Santigold about pop music and songwriting.
Surrender to the dark side of electronica with this list at Flavorwire.
You like music, so it's not too late to take part in #musicdiary2012.
Ed Helms of "The Office" is making a bluegrass album.
For some bands, Instagram is a way of life.