Because Black Friday is quickly becoming the most epic day to release new music (holla, Record Store Day!), and because Erykah Badu is the original neo-soul goddess she is, today sees the release of the sultry singer's latest album, But You Caint Use My Phone. (The handy press release is quick to
Good morning, butterflies! We at ARTISTdirect trust you had a great Thanksgiving filled with good food and even better company. But we're not going to linger any longer over yesterday, and neither should you. Today is Record Store Day Black Friday, and you need to shake off that food coma if you're
As you sit down for the holiday meal, light the candles, give a little thanks, and by all means don't forget the music. If that last item has slipped your mind until just now, never fear: cue up one of these festive songs for just the right amount of ambience. From the pure joy of Pharrell's "Happy"
Happy Thanksgiving, audience! Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante has been feeling the giving spirit lately, and has just released a slew of tunes all free for the taking. In a recent open letter posted on his website, the axman explained that "I am grateful that I still have an
Grammy-nominated rapper Pusha T recently announced a new album, Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude, an LP arriving December 18, just months before his hotly-anticipated My Name Is My Name follow up King Push is slated for its 2016 drop. In a chat with Noisey, the artist explained his recent creative
We all know Thanksgiving is tomorrow, but looming close, too close for many, is the shadow Black Friday, the day, it's been said (according to the memes), where only in America do we viciously trample each other for material goods exactly one day after being thankful for what we already have. Keep
One way to really cut the production cost of a video shoot is to get underage actors to play young versions of band members and film on location at an elementary school. Craft services? We're talking juice boxes and string cheese. And forget about organized labor; just break for "recess" from time
Calling all '90s kids: The new trippy-go-lucky video from London alt rockers Wolf Alice will make you long for your old Doc Martens and faded band tees. Just check out "Freazy"'s hyper coloring, the same palette often used in vids back in the day, or its dreamy synths, recalling the likes of