Back in 1996, after many years of toiling away underground, the legendary Butthole Surfers made their presence known to the music-consuming masses.
The Australian singer-songwriter plays "Depreston" on the streets of Paris with only an electric guitar and her voice.
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"I've always been a fan of hers, and she was a fan of my music, and she reached out and we got it done."
The Montreal singer-songwriter's tour now runs through December with new North American and European dates.
The video delivers on the promises it previously made of "war, fast cars, spaceships, and scantily clad women."
Among rapper Killer Mike's myriad interests — aside from model cars, adult entertainment and politics — is Graffitis Swag, the Atlanta barbershop that he owns.
Diffuser is thrilled to chat with Tyler Hilton about his latest full-length, Indian Summer, and premiere a brand-new in-studio video.
Refused appear to be pushing not only to outdo themselves but to once again take punk to places it never seemed it could go.
Media coach extraordinaire Janessa Slater is back with a new episode of her web series, Sound Advice,and the latest installment features Jenny Lewis.