Lana Del Rey's New Album Is Here and 'Cinnamon Girl' Is Already a Fan Favorite

Lana Del Rey has teamed with a lot different producers over the past decade, from swimming in nostalgia with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys to adding pop masters Benny Blanco and Max Martin on 2017’s Lust For Life , but on Norman F***ing Rockwell she might have found the ultimate dance partner. Del...
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Twenty One Pilots Team With Post Malone To Cover Oasis

Call it what you want, an unholy alliance, an unlikely collaboration, but Post Malone teamed with ALT heroes, Twenty One Pilots at Leeds over the weekend to cover The Mighty O (as Liam calls it), aka Oasis.
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EXCLUSIVE: Frank Iero Strips Down 3 New Songs

Frank Iero and his band, which he now calls the Future Violents , sat down with some acoustic guitars, strings, keys and some electronic percussion, and stripped down three songs from his new solo album for an exclusive RADIO.COM performance. “Basement Eyes,” “Young and Doomed” and “Miss Me” may...
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Forest Hills Stadium

Live From Forest Hills: Look Inside a Historic NY Venue

There are only 24 hours in a day, but there are 14,000 seats in Forest Hills Stadium ‒ so here's a brief rundown of this huge venue.
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Sub Urban

Ctrl+ALT+Del Pick of the Week: Sub Urban - "Cradles"

This week's Ctrl+ALT+Del Pick of the Week is Sub Urban's "Cradles." Text "Like" or "Dislike" to 55701 anytime you hear the song play!
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WORLD PREMIERE: The 1975 Wake Up the World With ‘People’

The 1975 are ready to officially invite you into the new era. After releasing their customary self-titled track last month, featuring an essay from 16-year-old climate change activist Greta Thunberg , the band is unwrapping their first single from Notes on a Conditional Form . “ People ” is a RADIO...
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Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall: More About This Huge Hall’s History

While Radio City Music Hall is a household name, you might be surprised by some of the building’s history.
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Tom DeLonge Says Aliens Would Like Angels & Airwaves More Than Blink-182

Musician and alien enthusiast Tom DeLonge said that if he were in a situation to show an alien what Earth music sounds like, he'd opt to play Angels & Airwaves over Blink-182.
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Terminal 5

Terminal 5: Take A Look Backstage At a Manhattan Music Venue

While this Hell’s Kitchen venue is relatively new to the music scene, the building on W 56th has been around since 1927.
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Judah Akers at ALT 92.3 in NYC

Judah & the Lion Are Here To Hype You Up For College Football with "Let's Go"

To help you get ready for the start of college football season, ESPN has just released an incredible video to get your blood pumping featuring music from your friends and ours, Judah and The Lion.
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