Rolling Stone’s Top Stories

April 9, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

• LCD Soundsystem Rock Surprise Show
• Rihanna’s “Rude Boy” Still Number One
• Jeff Beck, Alice Cooper Talk Yardbirds
• Arcade Fire, Spike Jonze Team for Video
• Blur Set to Return With New Single
• Weekend Rock List: Solo Albums
• Ex-Sex Pistols Manager Malcolm McLaren Dies
• M.I.A. Blasts Lady Gaga As a “Mimic”
• Public Image Ltd. “Rise” on […]

Rewind: The Week in Rock Daily

April 9, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Lollapalooza unveiled its eclectic lineup, which includes Lady Gaga, Soundgarden (rocking their first reunion show!), the Strokes and Arcade Fire. Perry Farrell told RS about assembling the fest and the potential for Jane’s Addiction rocking in Chicago this August.
Former Sex Pistols manager and punk impresario Malcolm McLaren died at age 64 after a battle with […]

Weekend Rock List: Solo Albums

April 9, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

After catching Thom Yorke’s Atoms of Peace concert in New York earlier this week, we began to wonder where the Radiohead singer’s 2006 album The Eraser ranks in the canon of great solo albums. Now, we’re bringing this question to you: Tell us your pick for the best solo album by an artist more well […]

Watch Jeff Beck and Alice Cooper Explore the Yardbirds’ Impact

April 9, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Jeff Beck will release his new album Emotion & Commotion next Tuesday, April 13th, and as an extra incentive to purchase Beck’s first studio album in seven years on iTunes, the digital music service is offering up an exclusive 30-minute interview between Beck and Alice Cooper. The two […]

New Reviews: David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, David Bowie, Peter Wolf

April 6, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Two years after David Byrne collaborated with Brian Eno on the brilliant Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, the former Talking Heads frontman teams with another in-demand producer, Fatboy Slim, on Here Lies Love, a loose concept album based on the life of trendsetting former Philippines first lady Imelda Marcos. Santigold, Cyndi Lauper, Sia, Steve […]

Tour Tracker: LCD Soundsystem, Neon Indian, Mile High Festival

April 5, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

LCD Soundsystem finally add some long-awaited U.S. dates to their tour plans behind May 18th’s This Is Happening, Neon Indian — one of Rolling Stone’s best new bands of 2010 — lay out a summer trek, and Denver’s Mile High Festival (August 14th and 15th at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park; visit the fest’s site for […]

Readers’ Rock List: The Clash

April 5, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

Last week, before the Clash of the Titans remake shattered Easter weekend box office records — much to the chagrin of Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers — we asked for your favorite songs by a far superior Clash. The votes ranged from The Clash classics to Combat Rock, but “London Calling” captured the reader vote, beating […]

News Ticker: Slash, David Bowie, Miley Cyrus

April 5, 2010 Rolling Stone 0

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In a new interview with the New York Post, Slash calls Chinese Democracy “the perfect Axl record.” He adds that the LP was “exactly what I would have expected from the final years of us working together, and seeing where he was headed musically. It’s very heavy; sort of a dark, depressing record. He’s […]

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