Articles by Scott T. Sterling

New York Dolls’ David Johansen Subject of New Martin Scorsese Doc

The movie is a collaboration with Showtime Documentary Films.

Vince Staples Stars On New Terrell Hines Track “Get Up”

Hines is finishing his debut mixtape, “Portal One: The Mixtape,” for release in August.

Ian Isiah Celebrates Black Life in New “Loose Truth” Visual

The colorful explosion of Black love in America 2020 makes an emotional and poignant statement over 4th of July weekend.

LISTEN: Mr Muthafuckin’ eXquire Digs Deep on New Track “Black Mirror”

Los Angeles beat master Madlib serves up a quiet storm for the Brooklyn rapper’s cool summer rhymes.

Watch Grouplove Cover Robyn’s “Dancing on My Own”

The electric take on the Robyn classic is from a SiriusXM session earlier this year. 

The Weeknd Donates $1 Million to COVID-19 Relief

Abel Tesfaye has given big bucks to frontline hospital workers and MusiCares.

Kid Cudi and Kanye West Reveal Kids See Ghosts Animated Series Trailer

The Takashi Murakami–created show comes with a character best described as a sexy Transformer’s take on Groot.

Blood Orange, Vagabon, Kamasi Washington, and More Announced for “Black Power Live” Charity Stream

Activists Emma González and dream hampton are among the luminaries set to appear.

There’s a New Snoop Dogg & Willie Nelson Song Coming Soon

The brothers in weed are reconvening to help heal race relations in America. 

Boots Riley Reveals New Series About a 13-Foot Tall Black Man in Oakland

“I’m a Virgo” will star Jharrel Jerome of “When They See Us” and “Moonlight.”

Björk Is Raising Money for Black Lives Matter U.K. on Bandcamp

Bandcamp’s NAACP fundraiser runs all day tomorrow in honor of Juneteenth.

Liz Phair Shows Off Twitter’s Audio Feature with New Song

“Twitter didn’t pay me to say this,” she promises in the song’s lyrics.

Black Sabbath Is Selling Black Lives Matter T-Shirts

All proceeds from the “Masters of Reality”–styled shirts will go directly to BLM. 

Janelle Monáe Headlines Human By Orientation, HBO’s Free Digital Pride Event

Todrick Hall, Shangela, Kim Petras, Cameron Esposito, and more will join the ten-day celebration.

Flip Through Every Issue of “Trouser Press” Magazine for Free on Their Website

The publication launched in 1974 and covered the progressive end of rock until 1984.

Films by Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, Tenacious D Rank Among Best Movies Based on Albums

See where your favorite music movies rank, according to Rotten Tomatoes. 

One Little Indian Records Is Now One Little Independent Records

The famous U.K. record label that launched Björk read the room and changed its name.

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler Crashes the “Bill & Ted Face the Music” Movie Trailer

Butler confirmed the cameo in an Instagram Live post.


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