Vintage avant-garde psychedelic horror-movie music goes to the Olympics
Blood on the Dance Floor’s candy-colored sexual bullying
WTF, New York Times? Can’t you get anything about Chicago right?
An indie folkster, hip-hop’s Queen of Weird, and the biggest tween-pop star in the world walk into a bar . . .
The Melvins say hi to the Billboard charts
Finally, an interview with Die Antwoord
Ron Artest has a silky smooth message for abused Afghan women.
A House of Blues security guard is caught on video striking and shoving a patron.
A rapper makes some unlikely budds.