Kanye West shared a new song with the world by projecting it on the side of buildings. But what's it all about?
A new Kanye West song and accompanying visual will be projected onto buildings across the world, including several in Australia, tonight.
Kanye releases polarising new material, Kings of Leon sound the same as always, the best supergroup that ever was never existed, and Katy Perry is a burden to the Rolling Stones.
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The reunited Black Flag get dirty; Flaming Lips get very dirty; Deftones make you jump, jump; Kanye predicts the apocalypse; and Daft Punk's pizza man reveals all
Beastie Boys write a book, Kanye writes a new album, Boards of Canada write a 36 digit number, Bob Mould writes a Phoenix review.
MTV has declared the winner of the 2012 raps wars … and it’s not Macklemore.
Counting down the greatest moments in lip-syncing – from Ashlee Simpson’s Saturday Night Live hoedown to Nirvana on Top Of The Pops
We pick out the best bits of music this week – from Kanye’s guide to race relations to The Mark of Cain’s brutal riffery and Thom Yorke being a paranoid android again.
Listen to Kanye West's new collab with Pusha T taken from his forthcoming GOOD Music compilation 'Cruel Summer' which will feature all the acts signed to West's label, including Mr Hudson, 2 Chainz, Kid Cudi and Big Sean.
A belated, bootylicious countdown of the 2000s has dropped over at NME. Time to get angry!
Welcome to the world of Kanye's new film where eagles fly in super slow motion and blindness is cured by Coldplay songs.
We recommend playing it at least seven times in a row, unless you have epilepsy.
Kanye West, his ego, and an absolutely feverish full house at the Myer Music Bowl.
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