The secret meaning behind Chris Cornell's Soundgarden song "Black Hole Sun"

Cornell had some interesting things to say about the hit 1994 song.

'Overwatch' Doomfist Release Date: Unity Day rumor gains traction among fans

Doomfist may finally have a release date — if this 'Overwatch' Unity Day fan theory pans out.

'Dear White People' Netflix trailer: Adaptation of film coming to Netflix in April

Samantha White looks to be making a return in a faithful adaptation of the series.

Coachella Lineup 2017 Announced: Full list of who's performing both weekends

The Coachella lineup is finally here!

New Year's Eve 2017 concerts: Over 20 shows to go to on Dec. 31

No New Year's Eve plans? Here are some concerts you can catch on Dec. 31.
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This Startup Is Making Lab-Grown Shrimp to End Slavery and Corruption in the Industry

Would you eat shrimp that's made from plants and algae?

Kanye West, Mumford and Sons and Ellie Goulding Creating Fan-Inspired Global Citizen Album

The Global Citizen album will include Kanye West, Mumford & Sons, Ellie Goulding and you.

Alabama Shakes' Grammy Performance Just Showed the World Rock 'n' Roll Is Not Dead

Anyone who thought rock 'n' roll was dead should watch Alabama Shakes' performance.

Modest Mouse's Next Album Is Coming in 2016 — This is What We Know

"I just wanted to go as dumb as fucking possible."

Nearly 25 Years Ago, Nirvana Released an Album So Perfect It Ruined Rock 'n' Roll

We're still looking for that next Nirvana.

Ryan Adams: 5 Other Albums We'd Like to See From '1989' Cover Singer

Here's hoping '1989' isn't his last cover album.

Wilco Released New Album 'Star Wars' for Free — Here’s How You Get It

No, it doesn't include a cameo from Jabba the Hutt.

The 15 Albums That Made These Two Years the Defining Era for Indie Rock

Everything you loved in high school came out during two glorious years.

How Nirvana Unintentionally Ruined Rock and Roll

The genre may never recover, but that might be a good thing.
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Boston Just Proved It Might Be the Coolest — and Most Feminist — City in the US

If you're a fan of feminist anthems, Boston may be the city for you.

One of the Greatest Folk Singers Wrote This Song on 9/11. It Was Never Released

And it's a chance for us to remember.

One of the Greatest Female Rock Groups of All Time Is Back With a Brand New Album

It's amazing. And you can stream it now.

Red Bull Isn't Just a Drink — It's the Future of the Music Industry

It's given the indie music scene wings.

11 Top Cities for Music That Aren't New York or L.A.

The best music comes from where you'd least expect.

What Nirvana Sounds Like When Four of Music's Strongest Women Replace Kurt Cobain

"Teen Spirit" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame never sounded so good.

What Blood Orange Can Teach Every Young Musician

Dev Hynes seems less worried about selling records, and more intent on cross-pollinating and sharing ideas with as many like-minded young musicians as he can.

Never Forget the Glory That Was the 'The O.C.' Soundtrack

Any trip down musical memory lane should take time to visit 'The O.C.' soundtrack's alley.

5 New Albums That'll Be the Soundtrack Of Your Summer

Summer is in full swing, and what would go better with that cold brew than a nice new album blasting your soon-to-be new favorite tunes?

NBA Finals 2013: Does Spurs Forward Matt Bonner Have the NBA's Best Taste in Music?

Matt Bonner, the sharpshooting forward of the San Antonio Spurs, has revealed his pretty fabulous taste in non-mainstream music.

Rolling Stone Readers Call Nirvana One Of the Worst 90s Bands

The memory of Nirvana remains positive. Can Rolling Stone say the same thing about their publication?