Don't hold your breath waiting for the Arctic Monkeys' long-awaited follow up to 2013's 'AM.'
Intrinsically millennial and unapologetically fun, the Arctic Monkeys' debut album exceeded the British outfit's considerable (and deserved) hype.
'Post Pop Depression' is billed solely as an Iggy Pop album, but also features contributions by members of QOTSA, the Dead Weather and Arctic Monkeys.
The duo -- comprised of Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner and Miles Kane -- has shared a second trailer for the long-awaited sophomore album.
The English indie-rock outfit comprised of Arctic Monkey's Alex Turner and Miles Kane shared a teaser trailer that appears to promise new music in 2016.
Don't worry: Rock and roll is well represented, thanks to the likes of Jack White, Hozier, Arctic Monkeys, the Weeknd, Florence + the Machine and others.
Former Arctic Monkeys Bassist Andy Nicholson released a new song with his new production-based duo Sticky Blood called 'Professional' and you can listen here.
According to Nielsen's mid-year music report, vinyl sales are up 38 percent versus this time last year – and the best-selling LP shouldn't be all that shocking.
Music festivals (in the U.K., at least) will soon be dead, according to the man who organized Live Aid in 1985.
In 2014, U.K. artists made up a significant chunk of all stateside album sales, accounting for one in every eight records sold, to be exact.