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Past articles by Emma:

Listen to Paul McCartney's New, Heavily Autotuned Track, "Get Enough"

Out with Schoolboy-at-76 McCartney, in with Robot McCartney. → Read More

Lana Del Rey Completes Album, New Single Due Next Week

In the Instagram clip, she previewed next week's single, titled "hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have—but I have it." → Read More

Daily Dose: YBN Cordae, "What's Life"

Reflecting on his year on the rise and closing out 2018, Cordae has released one final single, titled "What's Life." → Read More

Post Office in Washington Renamed to Honor Jimi Hendrix

The James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix Post Office Building now stands at 4301 Northeast 4th Street in Renton, Wash.--on the same street and in the same city where Hendrix grew up. → Read More

Sia Announces New Album, Full-Length Musical Coming in 2019

Responding to a fan's question on Twitter, Sia confirmed both an album and feature-length musical for the coming year. → Read More

Watch Beck Perform with Father John Misty, Este Haim at L.A. Benefit Show

Forming a one-off supergroup of sorts, Beck brought out Father John Misty on drums, Este Haim on bass, Jonathan Wilson on guitar and Jeff Bhasker on the keyboard. → Read More

Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon Is Being Made Into a TV Series by Amblin Television

Amblin optioned the film with the intention of turning it into a mystery-thriller series, with each 10-episode season examining a singular event through the eyes of each character. → Read More

Elton John Releases Khalid Cover for Spotify Singles

Apparently one of Khalid's biggest (or at least highest-profile) fans, John spoke highly of the young singer-songwriter in an accompanying statement. → Read More

Eaux Claires Festival to Take 2019 off Before 2020 Return

"While it will be hard for us to break the chain of momentum and the positive impact the festival has had on our community, we have fresh, clear ideas of how to make it even better," said the organizers in a statement. → Read More

Daily Dose: Neyla Pekarek, "Better Than Annie"

"Better Than Annie" is a lively take on what might have happened had the legendary Annie Oakley and Kate crossed paths, digging into the many untold stories of Western women. → Read More

Exclusive: Taken By Trees Release Dreamy New Single, "Holiday"

The track, titled "Holiday," is the story of heartbreak and attempting to salvage the holiday season. → Read More

Snow Patrol Announce First North American Headlining Tour in Six Years

The band tours Europe from December to February, plays a few festivals in March and then returns to the U.S. for a 21-date run of most major U.S. cities through April and May. → Read More

Watch boygenius Harmonize to the Dixie Chicks' "Cowboy Take Me Away"

Baker and Bridgers were on mandolin and guitar, respectively, with each of the three picking up portions of the verses before all coming together on the harmony-heavy chorus. → Read More

Final Aquaman Trailer Released Ahead of DC Film's December Premiere

"Atlantis has always had a king," says Amber Heard's Mera in the final trailer for DC's forthcoming "Aquaman." "Now it needs something more." → Read More

The Decemberists Announce New Traveling On EP

"Traveling On" is described as a "sharp twenty-one minutes of songs that were recorded during the 'I'll Be Your Girl' sessions but never quite found a home on the album." → Read More

LANY Plot Colossal 2019 Malibu Nights World Tour

The tour is in support of the band's sophomore album, "Malibu Nights," released earlier this year. → Read More

Regina Spektor Releases Meditative New Single, "Birdsong"

First heard on Amazon's "The Romanoffs," the single is a collaboration between Spektor and the show's creator, Matthew Weiner. → Read More

Daily Dose: William Tyler, "Fail Safe"

The intricately woven, guitar-based instrumental feels like a journey, with an acoustic standing as star of the show. → Read More

Stream Imogen Heap's The Music of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Composed of four different suites and 42 tracks in total, the album is a chronological journey through the music heard in the stage play. → Read More

Daily Dose: Andrew Bird, "Bloodless"

"We can turn this ship around but we need to step back and be honest with ourselves about what's happening while it's still relatively bloodless," said Bird. → Read More