Tupacogram may be coming to a venue near you soon.
And just how did they make that thing after all?
Maybe the Olympics should get a hologram Keith Moon.
The world's biggest mouth is getting a visit from the Secret Service.
Tom Petty gets his guitars back.
You know that story that you read on Facebook, the one about the woman who got knocked up at a Motorhead concert and is looking for the father of her child on Craigslist? Too metal to be true.
KDHX's Hear and Now is streaming the forthcoming album by the Waco Brothers and Paul Burch.
St. Vincent and David Byrne hook up.
Occupy Wall Street will have a benefit album, featuring Yo La Tengo, Mogwai and Willie Nelson.
You probably have an old iPod around somewhere. Find it and donate it to Music and Memory.
There would be no Stax soul without the horn section; there would have been no section without saxophonist Andrew Love, who has died at the age of 70.
The new Metric album, "Synthetica," will feature a cameo from Lou Reed.
Rush shares a track from its forthcoming album.
Paste picks its top 25 songs of the year thus far.
Sadly, Robin Gibb's health continues to decline.
Amazon wants your old CD collection but won't give you much for it.
M.I.A. + Wikileaks = mixtape love.
In honor of Record Store Day this weekend, PopMatters talks to some musicians about their favorite shops.
If you go to a show and spend it looking at your phone, the Voice would like a word with you.
Viewer discretion advised, as once seen it cannot be unseen: Coachella fashion.
Paul Banks of Interpol goes solo on new EP.
The family of Levon Helm announces that he is in the final stages of cancer.
The Alan Lomax Global Jukebox is a major label, in the best of ways.
The Ramones first one-sheet is one of the greatest things ever.
Kraftwerk hasn't released a new album in nine years but Ralf Hütter says that's about to change.
Flavorwire ranks its top 30 it's-really-really-really-over songs.