The secret to John Taylor's success: Much like Duran Duran, he keeps pushing forward and isn't afraid to take chances.
In addition to debuting these tues, Semisonic also performed its entire 1996 debut album, 'The Great Divide.'
We spoke with Bobby Z. and Dr. Fink of the Revolution about how they turned Prince on to the Beatles.
We look at 10 times a movie was improved thanks to the appearance of a Soundgarden or Chris Cornell song on its soundtrack.
"Fitter Happier" serves as the manifesto of Radiohead's 'OK Computer,' even if Thom Yorke disavows the lyrics now.
We spoke with Mr. Ray of Miracle Legion as they prepare for what they're saying are the final shows of their career.
Lenny Kravitz paid tribute to his longtime friend Prince tonight at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony by performing "When Doves Cry" and "The Cross."
We spoke with the New Pornographers' Todd Fancey about his 'mellow gold'-inspired solo album, 'Love Mirage.'
The Jam went from punk-associated rock to Kinks-esque observations to pop-soul over the course of six albums between 1977 and 1982.
Diffuser is pleased to premiere 'Pick Up the Robot (Put the Robot Down)' by Austin-based Booher, with vocal help from Will Sheff of Okkervill River.