The 50th anniversary of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by She
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Now that Voodoo is behind us, the Buku Music and Art Project is ready to start
When LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy sang, “I can change, I can ch
In this week's "Our Spilt Milk," Raphael wants to know how much "Saturation" is saturation, Lexi is into lo-fi house, and Alex has been listening to hip-hop history.
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During the recent Tales of the Cocktail, The New York Times’ Robert
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Last weekend, Jonah Weiner profiled Lorde for
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Kid Cudi has learned a lot about himself, and the industry in 2016.
My capacity for outrage at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s ind
Deadmau5, Travis Scott, Zeds Dead, Young Thug, Zhu, Tycho, Jauz, 21 Savage and
The Voodoo Music and Arts Experience starts today, and we have our downloadable schedule, color-coded with the people we're most excited
Chance the Rapper has become America’s hip-hop sweetheart.
When "No Flex Zone" came out in 2014,
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Yet again, rain is on the Chicago weather forecast on Friday, the second day of Lollapalooza
50 Cent was notably absent from the 2016 Forbes Five after declaring bank
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When Kate Tempest started her American tour in Los Angeles,
In 2010, Trombone Shorty curated “Red Hot + NOLA,” an all-star New Orleans concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music that not only featur
On the “Renegades of Rhythm” tour, DJ Shadow and
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Seminal hip-hop outfit Public Enemy was not always the media darling it is today.
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