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The latest episode of the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below.

Contributing editor Rob Sheffield

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Emma Burgess-Olson, founding member of the all-female dance-music collective Discwoman, sometimes DJ's wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the slogan "Amplify Each Other." And that's exactly what she and her co-founders Frankie Hutchinson and Christine McCharen-Tran are doing in the world of EDM, addressing a notoriously male-dominated scene and its "stale sexist bookings" by creating a 

This article originally appeared on How EDM Insurgents Discwoman Are Taking on Gender Discrimination

Wu-Tang Clan's Lamont "U-God" Hawkins will tell his story about rising to fame with the acclaimed rap group in his memoir, RAW: My Journey Into the Wu-Tang Clan, out March 2018. The book begins from U-God's childhood through his career with the nine-member New York hip-hop crew,

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Cardi B's breakout single "Bodak Yellow" landed at Number One in one of the most contested, scrutinized Hot 100 battles in recent years.

By finishing first, the Love & Hip Hop star became the first solo female rapper to reign atop the Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" in November 1998, a span of almost 19 years. Other female rappers – like Iggy Azalea

This article originally appeared on Cardi B's 'Bodak Yellow' Lands Historic Number One on Hot 100

Haim give an intimate look at the recording of their new LP Something to Tell You in a short film, Valentine, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. Valentine premiered in

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Fall 2017 marks the much-discussed return of music legends and chart-toppers – including U2, Taylor Swift, Beck and Sam Smith – after some time away. The season will also witness the solo debuts of boy and girl group refugees Niall Horan and Camila Cabello, and acts like Metallica and Bob Dylan rummaging through their vaults. Here's what to expect – from country to pop to the resurgence of

This article originally appeared on Fall Album Preview 2017: New Taylor Swift, U2, Beck, Sam Smith, Morrissey LPs

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Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Dave Matthews and Pharrell Williams were among the artists to "take a knee" onstage Sunday in solidarity with NFL players staging a similar demonstration during the National Anthem.

Following Donald Trump's comments Friday

This article originally appeared on Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Pharrell Take Knee Onstage in Protest

Noel Gallagher partnered with online music gear marketplace Reverb to sell equipment he used to record his solo work and tour as a member of Oasis. Gallagher plans to sell nearly 50 items including a bass amp that comes with a

This article originally appeared on Noel Gallagher to Sell Guitars, Amps Used on Tour With Oasis

Now that details on Bob Dylan's new gospel-era collection Trouble No More: The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979–1981 have surfaced, his team can turn their

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Ed Sheeran and Migos will perform during the premiere episode of MTV's upcoming TRL revival on Monday, October 2nd, becoming the first musical guests on the revived music video series.

The new version of Total Request Live, the network's former flagship video series, will air live on

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Investors will soon be able to purchase shares of Eminem's "My Name Is," "Lose Yourself" and every other song he released from 1999 to 2013 on an exchange much like the stock market, at a minimum of $2,250. The rapper's former production duo, the Funky Bass Team (aka FBT Productions), signed Eminem years before he

This article originally appeared on Former Eminem Producers Selling Portion of Rapper's Royalties

Earlier this year, key members of various David Bowie backing bands - including the complete set of musicians that supported him on the 2003/04 A Reality Tour - came together for a series of shows to honor him on what would have been his 70th birthday.

This article originally appeared on 'Celebrating David Bowie' Tour to Return In 2018

Belle and Sebastian released an intimate video for their new single, "We Were Beautiful." Director Blair Young follows a handful of ordinary people – a taxi

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Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds will release their new LP, Who Built the Moon?, this November.

The 11-track LP, due out November 24th, features guests like the Jam's Paul Weller (organ on "Holy Mountain") and the Smiths' Johnny Marr (guitar and harmonica on "If Love Is the Law").

This article originally appeared on Noel Gallagher Announces 'Bold, Uptempo' New Album 'Who Built the Moon?'

"We're like ships passing in the night," Sharon Van Etten says of Michael Cera, her new musical collaborator. "We're meant to be in each other's orbit right now for some reason." 

Indie rocker Van Etten lent a soothing,

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Foo Fighters notched their second Number One album on the Billboard 200 with new album Concrete and Gold

The band's ninth studio album sold 127,000 copies – 120,000 of which were

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As football players around the NFL took a knee and locked arms during the National Anthem in protest, J. Cole called on his fans to boycott the NFL over the league's seemingly concerted mistreatment of Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback who started the

This article originally appeared on J. Cole Calls for NFL Boycott Over Colin Kaepernick Treatment

Justin Timberlake covered Sam Cooke's classic "A Change Is Gonna Come" at the singer's headlining set Saturday at Tennessee's Pilgrimage Fest, Timberlake's first full U.S. performance of 2017.

The singer opened his

This article originally appeared on See Justin Timberlake Sing Sam Cooke's 'A Change Is Gonna Come' at Pilgrimage

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