Past Events: 2023

FLO Effortlessly Honor Old-School R&B With the Help of Missy Elliott on ‘Fly Girl’

The girls of FLO are bringing back the beauty of early aughts R&B. On Thursday, the British trio — Renée Downer, Stella Quaresma, and Jorja Douglas — released their old-school R&B-infused single “Fly Girl,” featuring an iconic verse from Missy … Continue reading

‘Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd’: Where to Buy Every Edition of Lana Del Rey’s New Album

“What can I say! I’m so grateful to be present and feeling effervescent today,” Lana Del Rey wrote in a typewritten letter late last year after announcing her new album Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. … Continue reading

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Release ‘Melancholic’ New Single ‘Dead to the World’

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds has dropped a new single, “Dead to the World,” along with a lyric video for the track. The song will appear on the rock band’s fourth studio album, Council Skies, out June 2 via Sour … Continue reading

Rolling Stone Future of Music Showcase Broke All The Boundaries at SXSW

ROLLING STONE’s Future of Music showcase rocked Austin’s ACL Moody Theater with over 12,000 attendees over four consecutive nights last week. Featuring a whopping 24-artist roster, the event presented a diverse slate of musical acts, spanning all genres, from several … Continue reading

Sabrina Carpenter is Still Searching For Her Chill on ‘Nonsense’ Remix With Coi Leray

Talking Nonsense The remix follows the arrival of four new songs on Emails I Can’t Send: Fwd Eight months ago, Sabrina Carpenter lost her chill. On the Emails I Can’t Send single “Nonsense,” she concluded that she must have misplaced … Continue reading

Sleater-Kinney, Brittany Howard, Band of Horses Lead 2023 Bumbershoot Fest

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. Music and arts festival Bumbershoot, celebrating its 50th anniversary, will return to Seattle on Sept. 2 and 3 … Continue reading

Nick Cave to Embark on Rare North American Solo Tour This Fall

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. Nick Cave will embark on a rare North American solo tour this fall, with Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood accompanying … Continue reading

Wayne Swinny, Saliva Guitarist, Dead at 59

The musician suffered a brain hemorrhage while on tour Wayne Swinny, guitarist and last remaining original member of Memphis rock band Saliva, has died at the age of 59, representatives for the band have confirmed. His cause of death has … Continue reading

Eric Church, Zach Bryan, Imagine Dragons Lead 2023 Summerfest

Eric Church, Zach Bryan, Zac Brown Band and Imagine Dragons are among the headliners set for this year’s three-weekend Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The lineup is split into three mini-festivals, taking place at a variety of venues on the weekends … Continue reading

Watch Joanna Newsom Debut New Material During Surprise Los Angeles Performance

Comeback Kid Singer and harp player opened for Fleet Foxes at the Belasco, her first show since 2020 Joanna Newsom played her first live show since 2020 on Wednesday night, appearing as the unannounced opening act for Fleet Foxes. During … Continue reading

'You gotta fight and fight and fight for your legacy'

Enlarge this image MC Sha-Rock was the first woman to rap on national television in 1981, but hip-hop’s double standards have left her legacy as the first female MC buried. Amanda Howell Whitehurst for NPR Amanda Howell Whitehurst for NPR … Continue reading

Scientists sequence Beethoven's genome for clues into his painful past

Enlarge this image Scientists say they have sequenced the genome of composer Ludwig van Beethoven. INA FASSBENDER/AFP via Getty Images INA FASSBENDER/AFP via Getty Images Ludwig van Beethoven lived a life of pain. His suffering was so great that in … Continue reading

Meshell Ndegeocello (feat. Brandee Younger & Julius Rodriguez), 'Virgo'

YouTube A few years ago, in a catalog essay for a major exhibition of the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, critic Greg Tate cast a sidelong glance at the voguish recent turn for Afrofuturism, a creative mode that took shape on the … Continue reading

Ingrid Andress: Tiny Desk Concert

Credit: Photo: Zayrha Rodriguez Ingrid Andress performs and speaks with a humility that feels inversely proportional to the scale of her success. Given that she’s already received four Grammy nominations, and that her team had to navigate NPR’s busy and … Continue reading

After allegations against Win Butler, an existential crisis lingers for Montréal

Enlarge this image Sarah Gonzales for NPR “I usually write,” Élise Jetté laughs. “It’s hard to speak about a very emotional subject like this one.” The freelance music journalist had always been a fan of Arcade Fire. More than just … Continue reading

Yves Tumor, 'Operator'

Warp YouTube Yves Tumor is boundless. On their latest album, Praise A Lord Who Chews But Which Does Not Consume; (Or Simply, Hot Between Worlds), they propel the listener into a poetic, divine, saturated soundscape. The album is textured with … Continue reading

Songs by Iris DeMent, Sunny War and Margo Price speak urgently to the current moment

Whether it’s the folk-protest music of DeMent, the cutting-edge blues of War or the hard-charging Americana of Price, these three artists create music that stands out. DAVE DAVIES, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. Three women have new albums out. And … Continue reading

'Where am I going to be free to be who I am?'

Enlarge this image At Monday night’s Love Rising event in Nashville, Tenn., artists including Allison Russell, Jason Isbell, Maren Morris, Joy Oladokun and Amanda Shires, along with drag artists, united against new legislation targeting drag performances and transgender people. Jason … Continue reading

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