On two new albums, the star tries to get back to the Eighties — and indulges his weird side
Powerhouse singer reinvents herself as a disco queen
Avant-pop scientist and Radiohead fave digs into R&B
"No end to the exploitation of other people's sincere efforts in shameless slime," writes Cusack
From the Godfather of Soul to the Nuge, here are the more memorable musical greats who graced the iconic Eighties cop show
High Moon Records is putting out bonus-tracks-laden editions of Love's 'Black Beauty' and Gene Clark's 'Two Sides to Every Story' this fall
Watch Paul struggle to remember his old friend Artie in this hysterical 'SNL' skit from 1986.
"I wouldn't have built something that required me as their center," the rapper says, looking back. "I would've built it so it functions on its own"
Listen to a hip-hop-influenced track that didn't make the final version of the superstar DJ's trippy breakthrough album
The "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" singer raises a glass to his country pals with hollow legs
No robots, but lots of dancing in Edgar Wright-directed video
Fourth edition of Knoxville's adventurous new music fest will feature avant barrier-breakers as "artists in residence"
It's not an oxymoron; Ole Miss and Mississippi State have the Magnolia State on the move
The sturdy hitmaker steps into some fresh territory on 'Old Boots, New Dirt,' his new album out this week
The Haim sisters become honorary 'sisters of the moon' after hanging out at Nicks' L.A. home
The singer also previewed her next book, which follows up 2010's 'Just Kids'
Moral conundrums, torn-from-today's-headlines echoes and the shape of a supervillain to come color tonight's shades-of-gray episode
Iconic singer-songwriter waxes poetic on the talented cast of characters who helped make 'Where the Spirit Meets the Bone'
The pastel-painted 'Nikki Nack' clip finds vocalist Merill Garbus wrestling with mannequins
Inspired by blues, jazz and folk, a Philly guitar phenom reared on punk expands his repertoire