Fiona Apple's first album in six years seemed destined for "lost album" status, then suddenly existed in two disparately interesting incarnations.
Morrissey performed the 'World Peace is None of Your Business' track on the British comedy talk show.
Like it or not, the Flaming Lips' creative dalliance with Miley Cyrus continues.
Dave Grohl is still confined to his throne, but that hasn't slowed down Foo Fighters' recent run of legendary shows. The streak continued at ACL Music Festival.
Jazz multi-instrumentalist and bandleader Bill Wells has an indie rock supergroup, but they don't want to sing to you. They want to sing to your kids.
In the midst of a wave of pop-punk they helped prompt, Green Day embraced the pop side of the equation with their sleek and slower sixth album.
Missed your flight to Austin? Don't fret! You can watch most of this weekend's sets from the Austin City Limits Music Festival right here.
Toronto noise punks Dilly Dally are celebrating the release of their first album with a vintage punch (and kick).
Ryan Adams was the first musical guest on Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' and he brought three Taylor Swift covers from his version of '1989.'
The second album from Oasis didn't just crown them kings of Britpop, it put the brothers Gallagher atop the entire rock world.