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Trent Reznor on Apple Music: Other Services 'Left Me Feeling Lacking'

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 3:10am

Trent Reznor understands unhappiness. He's sung about his personal feelings on Nine Inch Nails records and dealt with his dissatisfaction with the music business behind the scenes. After spending years on a major label for most of his career, he felt stifled. So he tried to market himself. He put...

Apple Music: Everything You Need to Know

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 2:55am

Nearly 15 years ago, Apple positioned itself on the digital-music vanguard with iTunes and the iPod, sending the music industry into a tizzy to quickly adapt. Now, with today's launch of the company's new streaming service, Apple Music — amid stiff competition from established streaming leaders Spotify, Pandora, Tidal and...

Flashback: Watch Johnny Cash Duet With Daughter Rosanne

Monday, June 29, 2015 2:14pm

Twenty-eight years ago this week, Rosanne Cash released King's Record Shop, the hit follow-up to her hugely influential 1985 LP, Rhythm & Romance. While the latter album produced a pair of Number One hits, the Tom Petty- and Benmont Tench-penned "Never Be You" and the Grammy-winning "I Don't Know Why...

How Hudson Mohawke Became One of Dance's Most Exciting Auteurs

Monday, June 29, 2015 1:12pm

Pale, sheepish, boyishly profane Scottish bloke Ross Birchard, a.k.a. Hudson Mohawke is the rare producer to bridge the hip-hop elite (he's on retainer with Kanye's G.O.O.D. Music) and the DJ jet set (as one-half of EDM boom-bap, er, "trap" duo TNGHT), while still maintaining his own artistic vision. For the...

Jon Anderson, Rick Wakeman Remember Yes' Chris Squire

Monday, June 29, 2015 12:47pm

Following the death of Yes bassist Chris Squire, the co-founder of the prog rock legends and the only member to appear on every studio album, Squire's former band mates have penned touching tributes to the late bassist. Former singer Jon Anderson, who founded Yes with Squire in 1968, and keyboardist Rick...

See Jewel and Josh Wolf Cover 'Guilty Pleasure' Backstreet Boys Song

Monday, June 29, 2015 12:43pm

In 1999, while Jewel was on the charts with her Spirit album, featuring the hit single, "Hands," the Backstreet Boys were smashing sales records and making young girls lose their minds with their sophomore LP, Millennium and its hugely successful single, "I Want It That Way." Both of those aforementioned...