David Bowie lived in the 1,877-square-foot flat in New York City's landmark Essex House building from 1992-2002.
Lou Reed entered the '70s as a solo artist after a celebrated career as the leader of the influential Velvet Underground.
Danish experimental rockers Mew have released "Carry Me to Safety," the closing track from their upcoming album 'Visuals.'
Manchester, U.K.'s Shaking Chains have created a video that's different every time you watch it.
Best known for "Luka" and "Tom's Diner," the rest of Suzanne Vega's catalog reveals a lot more than light folk-pop.
The Darkness revealed that they have a new record that is expected to arrive in September.
Blasting your favorite Ed Sheeran song over and over and over again until you drive your neighbors batty will apparently get you sent to jail in the U.K.
Guitarist Gary McDowell has been diagnosed with a serious illness and requires emergency surgery.
For their eighth studio album, 2007's 'From Beale Street to Oblivion,' Clutch found new inspiration from a source that had previously fed many of their rock heroes: the blues.
For 30 years, R.E.M. participated in some of the most iconic, strange, beautiful, amusing and endlessly watchable music videos in the history of the medium.