This is an infomercial we can support: Order the new Neon Indian album, get a custom synthesizer.
The 2011 Polar Music Prize goes to Patti Smith and Kronos Quartet.
Billboard rounds up the week in music apps.
Don't worry, the world isn't ending, but Jack White has in fact collaborated with Insane Clown Posse.
RIP to one of the Delta blues greats, David "Honeyboy" Edwards.
LouFest 2011 is over. Check out the comprehensive KDHX coverage.
The Feds raid the Gibson guitar factories.
Los Campesinos! are back. "Hello Sadness" is set for November 15 release on Arts & Crafts.
Rumors swirl around the new Facebook Music Service.
Paste streams a new song by Ha Ha Tonka.
"10 Song, 10 Days, 10 Hours, 10 Years." That's what Tokyo Police Club calls its new cover project. Listen.
Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs reveals details of her "psycho opera."
Esther Gordy Edwards, the "Mother of Motown," has passed away at the age of 91.
The latest Live at KDHX sessions feature Grupo Fantasma, Ume, Dom and Javier Mendoza. Stream them all.
Rush has signed to Roadrunner Records and is readying a new album for 2012.
Pitchfork has a new look.
Apple iTunes Match is not a dating service.
Hear "Bedroom Eyes," a new song by Dum Dum Girls.
Watch a new video by Nicki Minaj, featuring Rhianna.
What do Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and the Backstreet Boys have in common? Banned in China.
Jon Stewart is doing the interviews for the "Nevermind" reunion.
The exceedingly generous DJ Shadow serves up another track from the forthcoming album, "The Less You Know the Better."