Articles by Timothy Brown

Thousands Sign Petition for SXSW 2020 to be Cancelled Over Coronavirus Concerns

The petition is asking the festival to “think about the people that could die because of this.”

Wu-Tang Clan Teams Up with Clarks to Make More Shoes

These Wallabees honor Raekwon’s solo debut. 

How One Day Working for Nine Inch Nails Almost Drove a Man Insane

Four hours with the band and a certain ThinkGeek product was all it took to push a tour manager to the brink of madness.

PREMIERE: Andrew Combs Bares His Psychedelic Soul in “Stars of Longing” Video

Combs reveals the video with news of an album, “Ideal Man,” coming this fall.

Thom Yorke Shares 2019 North American Tour

The Radiohead frontman is returning for more shows in the fall.

LISTEN: PJ Harvey Returns with “The Crowded Cell”

Harvey has released a new song she wrote for “The Virtues” soundtrack.

Nine Inch Nails Reveal Official NIN X “Black Mirror” T-Shirts

Trent Reznor makes the most of Miley Cyrus’ turn on the Netflix series.

Celebrate Forty Years of “The Muppet Movie” on a Big Screen Near You

Catch the 1979 classic on July 25 and July 30 at select theaters.

SZA Shuts Down Sephora with a Tweet

The makeup giant is having a company-wide shutdown to address racial profiling. 

LISTEN: Pixies Share “On Graveyard Hill” to Announce New Album

“Beneath the Eyrie” will be the band’s eighth full-length studio effort.

PREMIERE: Lust for Youth Don’t Stop the Dance on Their Self-Titled LP

The melancholic Danes give classic synth-pop a twirl on their new eight-track LP.

Anthony Bourdain Day Is Coming

Superstar chefs Eric Ripert and José Andrés have declared a special day in June dedicated to the legendary foodie. 

LISTEN: Kevin Parker, Mark Ronson, and Camila Cabello Made a Song Together

The Tame Impala frontman continues to expand his musical reach with the new pop collaboration “Find U Again.”

LISTEN: Damon Albarn Shares New Africa Express Song “Become the Tiger”

The Blur and Gorillaz frontman revives one of his many projects with a bouncy dance tune idea for summer beach parties. 

PREMIERE: SadGirl Stop Being Polite and Get Real with “Water”

“Here we are in Los Angeles, a desert, ping-ponging between drought and El Niño.”

WATCH: Neil Young Plays on at BottleRock Napa Valley After Sound Is Cut

His band soldiered through “Rockin’ in the Free World” after the local curfew cut them off.

LISTEN: Franz Ferdinand Debut New Song “Black Tuesday” Live

The Scots shared their latest tune at the North Music Festival in Portugal. 

LISTEN: Underworld Share Two Tracks to Announce New Album “Drift Songs”

“Listen to Their No” and “Soniamode (Aditya Game Version)” arrive ahead of the full-length set for a fall release.

WATCH: Trailer for Leonard Cohen Doc “Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love”

The legendary lothario’s enduring relationship with Marianne Ihlen is chronicled in the new film from Nick Broomfield.

Tennessee Is Burning: R.I.P. Bonnaroo Arch

The Manchester fest’s iconic entrance arch has been destroyed in a controlled fire.

Alison Wonderland’s Secret EDC Set is Streaming on Pornhub

The Australian DJ has uploaded her steamy set in an unexpected place. 

LISTEN: Lemonheads Cover Eagles’ “Take It Easy”

The track is taken from Evan Dando and company’s current covers album, “Varshons 2.”

PREMIERE: Dylan LeBlanc Still Wants to Believe on “Honor Among Thieves”

The Shreveport native sings for the soul of America on the latest song from “Renegade.”

Wilco is Having a Rager in Mexico with Sky Blue Sky

Kamasi Washington, Courtney Barnett, and Sharon Van Etten will also perform at the January 2020 event.

The Strokes Tried to Cover an Erasure Song and the Results Were Not Great

It’s all one big, lovable mess, much like The Strokes themselves.

WATCH: Rhye Gets Even More Intimate with Video for “Needed”

The make-out act of 2013 returns with a special piano-based project. 

LISTEN: Flying Lotus Shares “More” Featuring Anderson .Paak

The Brainfeeder producer reveals North American tour dates to support new album “Flamagra.” 

PREMIERE: Peter More Makes Tex-Mex Americana on “Shoulder”

The Fort Worth native follows his musical muse to Mexico and scores Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen for a producer. 


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