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From the LP's original title to surprising recording locations, here is what the One Direction member revealed to Rolling Stone in his cover story.
"I insist that there is vinyl on the day it's released (because … well … because I'm an old person)," James Murphy writes.
Months of palace intrigue have pitted the D.C. establishment against Steve Bannon – and made Trump more dangerous than ever.
Legendary post-hardcore prog-punks make their triumphant comeback.
Featuring Harry Styles, the Smith Street Band, Joan Baez, Amy Shark, Brother Ali, Bad//Dreems, Billy Bragg, Tim Rogers and more.
At age 75, the St. Louis legend was still getting harassed by the cops.
Exclusive premiere of the eighth studio LP from the Melbourne sextet.
Perth punk-rock quartet take us behind the scenes as they record their debut LP with Violent Soho's Luke Boerdam.
After three years off, the singer-songwriter has returned with a raw, intimate new album that even she finds difficult to explain.
Collaborators, including DJ Dahi and Anna Wise, discuss how their ideas helped shape Lamar's constantly evolving fourth studio album.
The apocalypse is nigh, and the reactivated Gorillaz will help us dance until the end.
In a chaotic rollout for the ages, Trump stuffed his Cabinet with tyrants, zealots and imbeciles – all bent on demolishing U.S. government from within.