Rain, poor attendance and Busta Rhymes' arrest plague New York's second annual mash-up festival
Plus: Yo La Tengo, the Walkmen and Spoon play at Chicago's new summer event
After multiple flubbed studio sessions, the Aussies return with an album that combines epic anthems with darker ballads
Traveling band avoids writer's block by channeling Dylan, mariachis
Funk-rock megagroup sells a cool half-million of "Stadium" in first week
Axl and an all-new G n' R rip through two of four Hammerstein shows
Multilingual crew brings more of their world beat-tinged electronica
More Top Twenty debuts from Mobb Deep, Jewel, Wolfmother
Chicago outfit digs in deeper on "Safety in Numbers"
The Rolling Stones postpone European summer jaunt as guitarist recovers
Debbie Harry, Marilyn Manson, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Beasties and more also partied to ring in the magazine's landmark moment
Boston new-metal outfit keep Long Island emo kids out of the top spot
The New York trio returns with their poetic pop on "Ten Silver Drops"
The Audioslave guitarist on making hard-rocking, ass-shaking music -- and standing up for your rights
Nashville-based crew, already over 1 million, edge out the competition
In possibly his last trek, rocker's ready to get slapped with some underwear