Watch Vulfpeck Cover Steely Dan & Beatles With Bernard Purdie + Couch Tour Alert

Vulfpeck's upcoming Brooklyn Bowl run will be webcast and take a look at the band's covers of "Kid Charlemagne" & "Something" from Wednesday night.

More Details Regarding Phish’s New Album ‘Big Boat’ Emerge

Here's info about the cover art for Phish's soon-to-be-released studio album, the origins of the song in the 'Big Boat' video and Trey on one of the LP's tunes.

Little Feat Announces The Capitol Theatre Webcast

Tomorrow’s Little Feat concert from The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York will be webcast live via nugs.tv.

The Director Is In: Chuck Leavell Talks The Rolling Stones, David Gilmour, Karl D & More

Legendary keyboardist Chuck Leavell reflects on his ongoing 30+ career with The Rolling Stones and many other collaborations in this installment of The Art Of The Sit-In interview series.

Regina Spektor Releases Lovelorn New Single “Black & White”

Regina Spektor's follow-up to 2012's What We Saw From the Cheap Seats is just around the corner, but we don't have to wait for the September 30th drop of Remember Us to Life to get an idea of where the album is heading. She released singles "Bleeding Heart" and "Same Bill$" earlier this year, and today Spektor shared "Black & White,"

Gary Johnson Doesn’t Know What Aleppo Is, but Neither Does the New York Times

There are a few big questions that any U.S. presidential contender should be able to answer convincingly. For one: "How can the American government best balance collective responsibility with individual liberty?" For another: "What's the deal with taxes?" A third: "What is Aleppo?" Gary Johnson, former New Mexico governor and long-shot Libertarian Party presidential candidate, performed…

Marissa Nadler Has More Where That Came From

In May, spectral singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler released Strangers, one of SPIN's favorite albums from the first half of 2016. Today, she's announced a companion EP, Bury Your Name, written and recorded at her home in Boston alongside songs that eventually made it onto Strangers. Judging by its teaser single, "The Best You Ever Had," Bury Your Name promises to be a spare, delicate distillation of Nadler's signature gothic style. …

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis Is a Shirtless Man Once More in “Go Robot” Video

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' propensity for going shirtless is an essential pillar of their psycho-sexy allure. That hasn't changed in their fourth decade of existence. In their video for The Getaway's "Go Robot," frontman Anthony Kiedis is a nude man wearing a codpiece, a hat, a bowler hat, and coated in white paint as he walks…

Money Is Not Your Enemy or a Goal, It’s a Tool

Most of us don’t have a healthy relationship with money. We think of it as enemy—something that constantly gets in our way, or we think of it as a goal, something that will solve all of our problems. In reality, money is just a tool. Realizing this changed my habits in some interesting ways.Read more...

This Calculator Figures Out How Much Your Household Spends On Showers

Every shower you take costs a little bit of water and a lot of power to keep that water warm. If you’ve ever wondered just how much your shower habits cost, this calculator can help you figure it out.Read more...