Allesia Cara performs 'Trust My Lonely' at MTV EMAs, bags award for Best World Stage
Allesia Cara performs 'Trust My Lonely' at MTV EMAs, bags award for Best World Stage

The Grammy Award-winner sported her signature oversized suit yet again for the spellbinding performance.

Watch Thom Yorke perform stripped-back piano version of Radiohead’s 'Everything In Its Right Place' on BBC Radio 1
Watch Thom Yorke perform stripped-back piano version of Radiohead’s 'Everything In Its Right Place' on BBC Radio 1

Yorke also performed a piano version of the new track 'Suspirium', from his first ever original film score for Luca Guadagnino’s 'Suspiria'

Dream Theater's new album 'Distance Over Time' to arrive in February 2019
Dream Theater's new album 'Distance Over Time' to arrive in February 2019

The album arrives four years after the release of 2015's 'The Astonishing' and was teased via an alternate reality game that led fans on a treasure hunt to reveal details of the album.

Mac Miller's cause of death: Rapper died from accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine, alcohol
Mac Miller's cause of death: Rapper died from accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine, alcohol

The rapper died of an accidental overdose after ingesting a lethal mix of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol

"George Harrison made me the prize in a game of pool," claims daughter of Cream drummer Ginger Baker
"George Harrison made me the prize in a game of pool," claims daughter of Cream drummer Ginger Baker

In her new memoir, Nettie Baker also reveals that the late Beatle tried to "buy" her from her father for £2,000 that same evening.

Buckcherry releases new single, Nine Inch Nails cover 'Head Like A Hole'
Buckcherry releases new single, Nine Inch Nails cover 'Head Like A Hole'

The band will perform live in California for a handful of headline dates in January 2019 before they head overseas for their month-long February European tour

Dave Rowland of Dave & Sugar, known as ABBA of Country Music, dead at 74
Dave Rowland of Dave & Sugar, known as ABBA of Country Music, dead at 74

Rowland was part of J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet (who was touring with Elvis Presley at the time), and later the Four Guys, before forming ‘Dave & Sugar’

Leslie DiNicola hints at new album, gets candid about working with Julian Coryell and dreams of singing with Sia and Eminem
Leslie DiNicola hints at new album, gets candid about working with Julian Coryell and dreams of singing with Sia and Eminem

The NYC-based singer-songwriter discusses her upcoming project, her musical camaraderie with producer Julian Coryell, influences, dream collaborations and more

'This Is My Dinner' review: Mark Kozelek at his wittiest and most playful on Sun Kil Moon's sprawling new album
'This Is My Dinner' review: Mark Kozelek at his wittiest and most playful on Sun Kil Moon's sprawling new album

On their ninth studio album, the San Fransisco based folk rockers recount their travels across Northern Europe, narrating their accounts with style, hilarity and poetic flair.

Fleetwood Mac expand 2019 North American Tour and add new stops to their itinerary
Fleetwood Mac expand 2019 North American Tour and add new stops to their itinerary

Due to 'overwhelming demand', the band has added more performances on their trek, including new dates in Chicago, NYC, Philadelphia, Boston, Toronto and more

Alice In Chains share music video for latest single 'Never Fade'
Alice In Chains share music video for latest single 'Never Fade'

The music video is a thematic sequel to the previously released one for 'The One You Know'. Both tracks are taken from Alice In Chains' first album in five years 'Rainier Fog'.

Mariah Carey reveals tracklist for 'Caution', shares new single 'A No No': Stream
Mariah Carey reveals tracklist for 'Caution', shares new single 'A No No': Stream

Mariah is all set to return with her new album 'Caution' on Nov 16, which features guest spots from Ty Dolla $ign, Gunna, DJ Mustard, Slick Rick and Blood Orange.

Hookworms disband as frontman Matthew Johnson denies sexual abuse allegations
Hookworms disband as frontman Matthew Johnson denies sexual abuse allegations

Hookworms announced that they 'can no longer continue as a band' and Johnson has issued a statement flatly denying the allegations

Red Hot Chili Peppers play surprise Halloween gig at school assembly
Red Hot Chili Peppers play surprise Halloween gig at school assembly

The band turned up in costumes for a flash gig at Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California where drummer Chad Smith's son studies

Ozzy Osbourne hints at new album with Zakk Wylde, explains why he didn't enjoy Black Sabbath farewell tour
Ozzy Osbourne hints at new album with Zakk Wylde, explains why he didn't enjoy Black Sabbath farewell tour

'With Sabbath, all I am is a singer with a band', says Ozzy, explaining why it's so much more fun to tour with Zakk Wylde and the rest of his own troupe

Slipknot unleash bloody music video for 'All Out Life', their first new song in 4 years
Slipknot unleash bloody music video for 'All Out Life', their first new song in 4 years

The surprise release comes as a Halloween treat and the first sneak peek at their yet-to-be titled 2019 album

Theo Impala share retro-themed music video for their 'Only You' cover
Theo Impala share retro-themed music video for their 'Only You' cover

Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and Theophilus London's reimagining of Steve Monite’s '80s single is just one of three songs that the duo recently put out

'Negative Capability' review: Marianne Faithfull is brutally honest as she salutes life, love and loneliness
'Negative Capability' review: Marianne Faithfull is brutally honest as she salutes life, love and loneliness

Marianne Faithfull digs deep in ways that lay the 71-year-old's life bare for the world to see in her 21st album

Queensrÿche to deliver 'The Verdict' on March 1, new album's US tour dates announced
Queensrÿche to deliver 'The Verdict' on March 1, new album's US tour dates announced

The rock icons announced their spring headline U.S. tour with special guests Fates Warning. The Cringe will also be joining both bands on select dates.

Muse's upcoming album 'Simulation Theory' features album art by 'Stranger Things' designer Kyle Lambert
Muse's upcoming album 'Simulation Theory' features album art by 'Stranger Things' designer Kyle Lambert

Muse's new album 'Simulation Theory' has a theme that is very in sync with the '80s styled Netflix hit show and designer Kyle Lambert was enlisted to design the cover art

Massive Attack reveal 2019 tour dates for 20th anniversary of 'Mezzanine'
Massive Attack reveal 2019 tour dates for 20th anniversary of 'Mezzanine'

The trip-hop pioneers have revealed the dates for the European leg of their anniversary tour and will be joined by 'Teardrop' singer Liz Fraser of Cocteau Twins on the trek.

Deerhunter announce new album, share lead single 'Death In Midsummer': Stream
Deerhunter announce new album, share lead single 'Death In Midsummer': Stream

Titled 'Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?', the new album arrives almost four years following 2015’s highly acclaimed 'Fading Frontier' and is set for a Jan 18 release.

Cardi B and Nicki Minaj finally call a truce to their feud
Cardi B and Nicki Minaj finally call a truce to their feud

After trading blows all day on social media, the two rappers finally decided to bury the feud between them, claiming that it had left them exhausted.

Here's how you can livestream the 'Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life' tribute concert
Here's how you can livestream the 'Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life' tribute concert

The concert features performances by Chance the Rapper, SZA, Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples, Travis Scott, Miguel, Thundercat, Anderson .Paak, Action Bronson and more.

Trapdoor Social talk about their latest single 'Hold me Down' and using music to create conversation around climate change
Trapdoor Social talk about their latest single 'Hold me Down' and using music to create conversation around climate change

Creating music in order to spread awareness about environmental issues, this band's music is a beautiful mix of surf rock and indie pop.

Pharrell Williams sends Trump cease and desist letter for playing 'Happy' at a rally after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting
Pharrell Williams sends Trump cease and desist letter for playing 'Happy' at a rally after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

'There was nothing 'happy' about the tragedy inflicted upon our country on Saturday,' read the cease and desist letter sent by Pharrell's lawyers to President Donald Trump.

Devon Church breaks down his debut solo album 'We Are Inextricable', a contemplative take on the nature of self and beyond
Devon Church breaks down his debut solo album 'We Are Inextricable', a contemplative take on the nature of self and beyond

Devon Church talks about finally bringing out his vocals, the future of Exitmusic, being inspired by Leonard Cohen and more in this exclusive interview

Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler confirms new album expected for late 2019 release
Lamb of God drummer Chris Adler confirms new album expected for late 2019 release

The heavy metal legends, currently on tour supporting Slayer, plan to find time between breaks to finish their new record, a follow up to 2015's 'VII: Sturm und Drang'

Pistol Annies release video for 'Got My Name Changed Back' from upcoming album 'Interstate Gospel'
Pistol Annies release video for 'Got My Name Changed Back' from upcoming album 'Interstate Gospel'

The country trio celebrate divorce with a confetti-filled party in the video for 'Got My Name Changed Back', the latest preview of their forthcoming album 'Interstate Gospel'

KISS reveal schedule for first leg of their 2019 'End of the Road' farewell tour
KISS reveal schedule for first leg of their 2019 'End of the Road' farewell tour

The shock rock legends have officially announced that the band will call it quits after one final run around the world, bringing an end to a career that spans over 45 years.

Bon Jovi returns to the UK for first time in six years with 'This House Is Not For Sale' tour
Bon Jovi returns to the UK for first time in six years with 'This House Is Not For Sale' tour

The rock legends embark on a massive European tour startin June 2019, with a spate of dates in the UK including iconic venues like London’s Wembley Stadium and Liverpool’s Anfield.

David Cook releases new single 'Death of Me' which looks at the darker side of love
David Cook releases new single 'Death of Me' which looks at the darker side of love

The song is a take on the “darker side of love” theme explored by Cook in his 'CHROMANCE' EP which was released earlier this year, on February 16. 

'American Idol' winner David Cook releases new single 'Death Of Me' ahead of fall Acoustic Tour
'American Idol' winner David Cook releases new single 'Death Of Me' ahead of fall Acoustic Tour

The American Idol winner continues to explore the theme of the 'darker side of love' on his new single 'Death Of Me'

Thom Yorke performs songs from 'Suspiria' score, debuts 60-minute mix on BBC Radio: Watch
Thom Yorke performs songs from 'Suspiria' score, debuts 60-minute mix on BBC Radio: Watch

The Radiohead front man took over the airwaves of BBC Radio to discuss the new score, perform three songs and also play a 60-minute mix of his favorite atmospheric records

'Down The Road Wherever' review: Mark Knopfler switches gears on the ultimate long drive
'Down The Road Wherever' review: Mark Knopfler switches gears on the ultimate long drive

The 14-track offering, Mark Knopfler's ninth solo studio album, is an affirmation of how well-traveled the guitarist is and he shows no signs of slowing down

Thom Yorke unveils his first original film score for Luca Guadagnino’s 'Suspiria'
Thom Yorke unveils his first original film score for Luca Guadagnino’s 'Suspiria'

Yorke marked the release of his debut film score with a live performance of the album's highlight, 'Unmade,' on BBC Radio 6

Anderson .Paak shares new visuals for Kendrick Lamar collab 'Tints'; details upcoming LP 'Oxnard'
Anderson .Paak shares new visuals for Kendrick Lamar collab 'Tints'; details upcoming LP 'Oxnard'

Anderson .Paak's new record 'Oxnard' features a list of A-list collabs, including Dr. Dre, Kendrick, Pusha-T, J Cole, Snoop Dogg, Q-Tip, BJ the Chicago Kid and more

Check out Cake's new single 'Sinking Ship', their first original in 7 years
Check out Cake's new single 'Sinking Ship', their first original in 7 years

'Sinking Ship' is the first in a series of singles that the band says will result in a full album. Cake's last release was 2011's 'Showroom of Compassion'.

Alessia Cara reveals tracklist & album art for sophomore album 'The Pains of Growing'
Alessia Cara reveals tracklist & album art for sophomore album 'The Pains of Growing'

The Grammy winning R&B sensation's highly anticipated follow up to 2015's 'Know It All' is set for a November 30 release.

Taylor Grey on how her new single 'Back To Bite' reminisces the early 2000s while talking about feminism and empowerment
Taylor Grey on how her new single 'Back To Bite' reminisces the early 2000s while talking about feminism and empowerment

Just one year after the release of her debut album 'Space Case', Taylor Grey is back with a chic twist to the not-so-average break-up song

Barbra Streisand set to release new album 'Walls' on November 2
Barbra Streisand set to release new album 'Walls' on November 2

Streisand's new album 'Walls' will remind listeners of all that has gone wrong with the world and will force you to think about this age that we are living in.

14-year-old singer Aja9 talks about her newly released single 'Limbo' and what lies ahead in her musical career
14-year-old singer Aja9 talks about her newly released single 'Limbo' and what lies ahead in her musical career

Aja9's new song, 'Limbo, explores the bipolar nature of the teenage years where no one is too young nor is anyone too old.

The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown returns with new solo album, shares lead single 'First World Problems'
The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown returns with new solo album, shares lead single 'First World Problems'

Titled 'Ripples', the album is Ian Brown's third full-length effort and comes nine years after his sophomore solo record 'My Way'.

Spin Doctors' Eric Schenkman's new solo album 'Who Shot John?' to see January launch
Spin Doctors' Eric Schenkman's new solo album 'Who Shot John?' to see January launch

Produced by Schenkman himself, 'Who Shot John?' marks the guitarist's third studio album and arrives on January 11 through VizzTone Records

Bruce Dickinson dismisses Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as 'an utter and complete load of bollocks'
Bruce Dickinson dismisses Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as 'an utter and complete load of bollocks'

Although Iron Miden is one of the most enduring heavy metal acts in the world, they have never even been nominated to the Hall of Fame

Thom Yorke teases new 'politically charged' solo album set for 2019 release
Thom Yorke teases new 'politically charged' solo album set for 2019 release

The upcoming album is 'improvised with a lot of sounds and effects' with longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and will arrive next year, the Radiohead frontman confirmed

Listen to William Shatner and Iggy Pop sing 'Silent Night' in Shatner's upcoming Christmas album
Listen to William Shatner and Iggy Pop sing 'Silent Night' in Shatner's upcoming Christmas album

'Shatner Claus - The Christmas Album' features a host of guest spots including Henry Rollins, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Ian Anderson, Todd Rundgren and more

Tool to embark on month-long Europe tour in 2019 while fans wait eagerly for new album
Tool to embark on month-long Europe tour in 2019 while fans wait eagerly for new album

The monthlong trek will see the prog metal icons play a mix of headlining shows and major festivals like Rock Am Ring and Download Festival

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross from Nine Inch Nails drop score for Jonah Hill's 'Mid90s': Stream
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross from Nine Inch Nails drop score for Jonah Hill's 'Mid90s': Stream

The Oscar-winning duo and NIN bandmates unveil the original score for Jonah Hill's directorial debut which explores the 90s-era skateboarding culture of Los Angeles