Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves score big with CMA Awards nominations.
The Quietus talks to Thomas Dolby about memory, filmmaking and UFOs.
The Mercury Prize shortlist is out.
Ajit Pai, is the sole Republican on the Federal Communications Commission, and he's not letting AM radio go without a fight.
Overheard in a Colombian church: "Hail Satan! No, hail Jesus! No, Satan!"
Win Butler offers details on the new Arcade Fire album "Reflektor."
MGMT is streaming its new self-titled album.
Vampire Weekend is set to edit the Metro weekly papers in New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Insert Oxford comma joke here.
RIP, the iPod Classic.
Local Natives hit Conan. Watch.
Let the word (and the royalty checks) go forth: Victor Willis, the cop in Village People, wrote "YMCA."
Rolling Stone chats with Janelle Monáe about "Electric Lady."
Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic chat with NPR about "In Utero" and spin some unreleased tracks.
The Guardian previews the new album by Elvis Costello and the Roots.
The strange story behind the Doors' "Strange Days" album cover.
Gwar, a retrospective.
Bad Religion, a Christmas album.