- Oakland's Birdland Wants To Create A Sanctioned Music District The brains behind Birdland Jazz in Oakland wants to cultivate a music epicenter in the Longfellow neighborhood.
- Stream Aphex Twin's New Album 'Syro' It's the first full-length release from Richard D. James under the Aphex Twin moniker since 2001's Drukqs.
- Billy Corgan on 'Adore,' His '90s Self and the Final Days of Alt-Rock Adore is the misunderstood and underappreciated gem of the Smashing Pumpkins' catalog.
- Let the Speculation Begin: Thom Yorke Posts Photo of White LP Yorke posts a photo of an LP; Radiohead fans go crazy.
- SF's ArtBeats Event Brings Music And Art To Pier 70 This Weekend It's pretty hard to not take notice of an event touting itself as resuscitating the art-going experience. San Francisco more commonly embraces art as a wholly accessible experience, offering free performances and events seemingly every night of...
- Watch Members from Arcade Fire, the Strokes & Bon Iver Cover White Stripes, Phil Collins Over the weekend, Will and Win Butler, Nikolai Fraiture and Justin Vernon played their first and possibly only show together as Pop All Star Band.
- We Can Survive 2014: Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams, Ariana Grande and More CBS Radio is happy to announce the return of We Can Survive on October 24, 2014!
- The Buzz: Chappelle's Show, Bono's Opinions, And Arby's Meat Mountain Sandwich Here are this week's buzziest stories.
- Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Announces Daily Acts for Upcoming Festival Here they are!
- Faux Gay t.A.T.u. Singer Is Actually Really Homophobic "I think for men, it's a bad freedom...A man has no right to be a f*g."
- Members of Arcade Fire, Bon Iver & the Strokes to Play Basketball, Perform Together at Game The musicians will compete against college basketball players, who will play on the Jock team.
- Bono: 'No One Has Deleted More U2 Songs in the Last Five Years Than the Members of U2' "And people feel like, 'Not them again!' But it is us again, and we've brought the tunes and we can play 'em."