Atari Teenage Riot -- Berlin's loudest, most strident, and most influential band -- kicked off a US tour this week.
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Doctor Rosen Rosen's indicative of just why the music scene is so great right now. He had no connections and no money, but was able to parlay a computer and a dream into great tunes and a career.
Massive Attack returns with its fifth album, Heligoland. The new record returns to simple, spooky, elegance. We spoke to Daddy G about the album.
The birthplace of all that's cool and modern in music wasn't Memphis, Liverpool or the South Bronx. It was Dusseldorf, Germany, where Kraftwerk invented the future we are now living.
The awareness of mortality in 1980s nuke-pop was amplified by the inescapably bleak Cold War reality. With the fall of the Wall, much of the threat evaporated. The music, however, lives on.
On October 26th, Rod Stewart will drive another stake into the hearts of long-suffering true believers.
We're living in the most exciting moment in the history of music -- a time when listeners have unlimited access to music, but Rolling Stone commits the cardinal sin of making it seem boring.
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