David Bowie's dark yet alluringly gorgeous 1977 album 'Low' couldn't have sounded less like "Fame" and "Golden Years," his most recent pair of Top 10 hits.
The magazine used to regularly publish a buyer's guide featuring scantily clad women.
As David Byrne worked on this collaboration with choreographer/dancer Twyla Tharp, the Talking Heads began to filter back onto his creative path.
Some of David Bowie's former musical cohorts will pay tribute to him during a concert marking the first anniversary of chameleon-like star's death.
'El Camino' wasn't so much as a sequel to the Black Keys' most acclaimed release as trip around its outer edges.
After 1980's more adventuresome 'Panorama' "only" went platinum, the Cars decided to have a little fun.
U2's 'Achtung Baby' opens with frontman Bono confiding that he's "ready to let go of the steering wheel," and it's no hyperbole.
Jesus and Mary Chain's first album since 1998's 'Munki' is set for release in March 2017.
Alternative rockers, like many Americans, are still absorbing the surprise victory of Donald Trump in last night's U.S. presidential election.
To combat what Chrissie Hynde saw as creeping malaise, she turned away from the sound that dominated the Pretenders' earliest albums.