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User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 23, 2018 1:06 PM (UTC)

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Migos appear on our latest cover. Click the link in our bio to read the story in full at In the new feature, the group discusses their upcoming album 'Culture II,' their plans for this year and more. "Club rocking. The beat, the bass is everything," Offset told us about the LP. "We're not really a slow-down artist. It's light, it's fun, it's lit." Photograph by Theo Wenner (@theo123456 ). Styling by @zoecostello .
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 22, 2018 11:49 PM (UTC)
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In the wake of the #MeToo movement, this year's Women's March anniversary event in Las Vegas took on a new resonance for some marchers. Swipe through to see images from the march and head to to see more photos and read our report. Photographs by @RogerKisby.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 22, 2018 2:00 PM (UTC)

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Heath Ledger died 10 years ago today. He is best known for his roles in 'Brokeback Mountain,' '10 Things I Hate About You' and 'A Knight's Tale.' In 2008, he posthumously won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for playing the Joker in 'The Dark Knight.' "Part of the magic of acting is, you harness the infinite power of belief," he told us in 2006. Click the link in our bio to get to and read our 2008 tribute to the actor.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 21, 2018 7:51 PM (UTC)
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‘Stranger Things’ star Finn Wolfhard and his band Calpurnia performed last week at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade NYC. In this clip, the band deliver their rendition of Velvet Underground’s “Here She Comes Now.” See the full video at
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 21, 2018 3:13 PM (UTC)

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For the past decade, Ty Segall has been on a rampage through the American underground, recording and touring at a breakneck pace. His way with a guitar evokes a Sixties psych-rock shredder, but his penchant for churning out albums annually brings to mind a hungry Internet startup. In our latest feature, he discusses the weirdness of semi-fame and defining success. "I'm from the fully existentialist perspective that no one is fucking special," he says. Click the link in our bio to get to and read the story.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:19 PM (UTC)
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A year removed from the Women’s March, a lot has changed. Around the country, events marking the one year anniversary of the protests are focused on channeling their energy into political organizing. But the movement is more fractured than ever. Even the name — Women’s March — has become a bitter point of contention between the women who were the public face of last year’s march in D.C. and the organizers of sister marches around the country and the world. Head to to read our feature on the fight over who owns the Women's March. Photograph by Radhika Chalasani
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 19, 2018 11:18 PM (UTC)

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Janis Joplin was born 75 years ago today. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee's gravelly rasp and rough-hewn country soul represented an entirely different approach for female vocalists: wild and uninhibited yet still focused and deliberate. Some of her key tracks include "Piece of My Heart," "Cry Baby" and "Me and Bobby McGee." "She had an unshakable commitment to her own truth," Rosanne Cash wrote about her for our list of greatest artists of all time. For more about Joplin, head to
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 19, 2018 1:18 PM (UTC)

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While Aerosmith remains at the center of Joe Perry's career, the years between albums from the multi-platinum rock & roll band leave him restless. In our new feature, he discusses his star-studded new solo album, a fiery gig with special guests in L.A., and his future plans with Aerosmith and more. "I love to record. I love to be in the studio. I love to experiment," he told us. Click the link in bio to get to and read the story.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 18, 2018 1:12 PM (UTC)

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Over the past 15 years, Danny McBride has built an acting career out of playing a lot of not-so-smart dudes very smartly. From 'Tropic Thunder' to 'Pineapple Express,' he has demonstrated a remarkable ability to make unappealing character traits somehow appealing. In our new interview, the actors discusses growing up in the South, his childhood forays into filmmaking, his tumultuous early years in Hollywood, the challenge of playing dumb and more. "I actually go through scripts and strip jokes out," he says about the characters he plays. "I strip out punchlines. I just feel like these guys don't know that they're in a comedy." Head to to see the full interview. Photograph by Sam Jones
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 17, 2018 11:07 PM (UTC)

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'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story' premieres tonight. In our latest feature, Rob Sheffield looks at how the show tackles a new Nineties tabloid tale and takes apart the decade's homophobia. "A tragic theme that runs through the story is the way gay culture was changing at warp speed through the Nineties," he writes. "It seemed like a much more liberated time than the Eighties, yet 'Assassination' depicts how oppressive the closet still was in 1997." Read the full story at Photograph by Pari Dukovic
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 16, 2018 10:47 PM (UTC)

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RG: @rscountry - Over the course of four months, we spoke with over 30 sources, including artists, managers and radio reps, who confirmed a climate of harassment and misconduct in the world of country radio. They reveal an environment where artists and other music professionals – especially women – are expected to be overly accessible and use sexuality as currency when visiting stations and meeting with certain program directors, or attending industry events, in the hope of having their song added into rotation. But unlike in Hollywood, where the #MeToo movement quickly caught fire, few have been willing to speak publicly for fear of professional repercussions. Read the full story at Illustration by Brian Stauffer
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 16, 2018 1:12 PM (UTC)

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After One Direction split in 2016, the race was on to find the next heartthrob crew. Simon Cowell has assembled PrettyMuch, whose dancing and harmonies recall an updated Boyz II Men. See why they’re one of the artists to watch in 2018 at Photograph by Nev Todorovic
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 15, 2018 8:17 PM (UTC)

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Much of the music Jimi Hendrix tracked in the late Sixties has come out on posthumous albums, beginning with 1971's 'The Cry of Love,' which contained songs that he had mixed with his go-to engineer Eddie Kramer. Since the mid-Nineties, Kramer and Hendrix's estate have painstakingly trawled the vaults for previously unreleased gems. Now they've slated a final volume, 'Both Sides of the Sky.' In our new feature, Hendrix's collaborators discuss assembling the new album. Head to to read the full story. Photograph by Chuck Boyd
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 15, 2018 5:58 PM (UTC)

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Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of the Irish alternative band the Cranberries, died today in London. She was 46. The Cranberries were best known for a string of Nineties hits that included "Linger" and "Dreams," off their multi-platinum 1993 debut album 'Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?' as well as "Zombie." For more head to
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 15, 2018 3:20 PM (UTC)

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Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In 1977, famed civil rights activist Andrew Young reflected on the life and legacy of King. "The year he died was the year he felt he had to establish the agenda for America's future," Young wrote for us. "For fifteen years he'd been struggling with the issues of racism, poverty and war. He refused to be just a civil rights leader. He was a sensitive lover of people who saw his primary responsibility in the black community." For more about King, head to Photograph by Leonard Freed
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 14, 2018 7:54 PM (UTC)

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Happy birthday Dave Grohl! In 2017, the Foo Fighters released their ninth studio album, ‘Concrete and Gold.’ The band is also nominated for two awards at this year’s Grammys. “I might be an earnest, nerdy guy,” the frontman told us in 2014, “but it’s worked for the past 20 fucking years.” Learn more about him at Photograph by Sam Jones
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 14, 2018 4:35 PM (UTC)
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Shaun White is headed to his fourth Olympics after he scored a perfect 100 at the U.S. Grand Prix in Snowmass, Colorado yesterday. The snowboarder will join the U.S. halfpipe team in Pyeongchang, South Korea next month.
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 14, 2018 3:16 PM (UTC)
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Legality is more nuanced than it may seem in a state that legalized weed. And California's mom-and-pop growers are up against a confluence of factors pushing them out of the industry: federal prohibition increasingly backed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, conflicting state and local regulations, big business competition, black market competition and a tricky relationship to the law enforcement they need for protection. In our new feature, we look at how legalization is hurting California's small pot farmers. Read the full story at Photograph by Rich Pedroncelli
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 14, 2018 12:13 AM (UTC)

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It's that time of year, when we take a breather from the onslaught of last year's releases and start speculating about what's in store once this one starts heating up. If half the scheduled, reported and rumored new albums we're expecting actually materialize, 2018 is going to be nuts. From Justin Timberlake to Cardi B, we put together the 54 anticipated albums of this year. Check out the full list at
User Image rollingstone Posted: Jan 13, 2018 3:24 PM (UTC)

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Happy birthday Julia Louis-Dreyfus! The actress was already a comedy legend before 'Veep' – but it turns out she was just hitting her prime. She started out on 'Saturday Night Live' before reaching stardom as Elaine on 'Seinfeld,' the most spongeworthy of sitcom heroines. "Saying women aren't funny is like women can't smell, they can't breathe. I mean, what are you talking about?," she told us in 2014. For more about her, head to