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  1. ESPN Music

    ESPN Music

    ESPN Music

    The Life's music index highlights all the music-related stories on along with podcasts, chats, playlists from ESPN talent, lists of music on ESPN programs and more.

  2. Tove Lo, Sia, and the Rise of Grunge-Inspired Pop

    Steven Hyden

    "Habits (Stay High)," the breakout single by self-described "dirty pop" Swedish singer Tove Lo, has taken the long way to the upper reaches of the Hot 100, where it currently rests at no. 7 just more than 16 mo...

    Blog | October 01, 2014
  3. Danish Punks Iceage Make the Leap With Their New Album, ‘Pl...

    Kevin Lincoln

    Insofar as the music industry can still generate narratives, Iceage has got a pretty good one. In 2011, it was a bunch of 20-year-old Danish kids who looked like they'd been plucked out of the crowd at a lower lea...

    Blog | October 01, 2014
  4. Video results for "music"

  5. Skatestock lll brings skate, punk legends to Houston, Texas

    Reggie Altema

    Tony Alva, Steve Olson and more from skateboarding's golden era to attend the skate and music fest known as Skatestock III in Houston, Texas in mid-October

    Story | Conversation | October 01, 2014
  6. Dear Aretha Franklin Auto-Tune Truthers: Let Aretha Areth

    Rembert Browne

    People have opinions. On Monday morning, 58 years into her career, Aretha Franklin released a new song. It's a cover of Adele's onetime Earth-dominating "Rolling in the Deep," from the soon-to-be released album of ...

    Blog | September 30, 2014
  7. Audio results for "music"

  8. The Andy Greenwald Podcast: Gerard Way

    Andy Greenwald

    Over the last decade, I've interviewed Gerard Way in Brooklyn coffee shops, Niagara Falls hockey arenas, and Milan hotel rooms. But I've never seen him happier or more relaxed than he was this summer, when we sat down in the Grantland studi...

    Blog | September 30, 2014
  9. Songs of the Week: Are You Gonna Go Gerard Way?

    Steven Hyden

    As the former lead singer for the screamingly theatrical emo-rock outfit My Chemical Romance, Gerard Way appeared to have burned out on arena-filling grandiosity in the wake of his band's low-key breakup in 2013. It seemed as if he migh...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
  10. What Prince Giveth

    Molly Lambert

    Prince has always known the value of ambiguity, the power of the tease. His lyrics can be raw and revealing, but he's coy with the press and protects his privacy. Throughout his career, Prince has asked provocative questions -- "Am I black ...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
  11. Down But Not Downtrodden, SMU Looks to Get Back to Work

    Matt Hinton

    Contrary to what you may have read lately, there's no black cloud looming over Southern Methodist University. Ominous music doesn't waft over campus. Unsettling groans don't emanate from the statue in Doak Walker Plaza. Students walkin...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
  12. Oklahoma teammates continue to bring music, smiles to children's ...

    Brett Edgerton

    Lately, you've heard plenty of bad news involving football players. How about a minute to recognize a pair of Oklahoma players who represent the good guys in this sport we love? Each month, teammates Jed Barnett and Nila Kasitati visit The Childre...

    Blog | September 26, 2014
  13. The Wind Cries Jimi: ‘All Is by My Side,’ André...

    Alex Pappademas

    The cultural object that says the most to me about the vexed question of Jimi Hendrix's place in the present is a T-shirt originally produced in 2008. The graphic on the shirt is a black-and-white portrait of Hendrix. He's smoking, pensive,...

    Blog | September 25, 2014
  14. Photo results for "music"

  15. The Andy Greenwald Podcast: Jack Antonoff

    Andy Greenwald

    Jack Antonoff of Fun. and Bleachers joins Andy Greenwald to talk about growing up in the music business, what it feels like to have a no. 1 record, and writing with Taylor Swift. Listen to the podcast here. Subscribe to the Grantland Networ...

    Blog | September 24, 2014
  16. How Sad Was George Harrison in 1974? A Multiple-Choice Quiz

    Steven Hyden

    The new boxed set The Apple Years collects the first six solo George Harrison albums, which is five more than I was familiar with going in. Like most people weaned on the Beatles during their teenage years, I knew and loved Harrison...

    Blog | September 24, 2014
  17. We Went There: Drake vs. Lil Wayne vs. the World-Famous Hollywood...

    Eric Ducker

    Last night the Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour came to the Hollywood Bowl for a sold-out show. The pair has been hitting amphitheatres through August and September, but the Bowl is a historic spot, and not just because it's the setting for &ld...

    Blog | September 23, 2014
  18. Lightning Round: Kendrick Lamar’s New Single, ‘i&rsqu...

    Grantland Staff

    After releasing one of the most critically acclaimed major-label debut albums in recent pop music history, Kendrick Lamar spent most of the last year becoming a household name, being anointed the next big thing in...

    Blog | September 23, 2014
  19. Everything You Wanted to Know About Aphex Twin But Were Afraid to...

    Ian Cohen

    If you happen to be a music fan who relies on music fanatics for guidance, there have likely been numerous times when the chatter feels so foreign and incomprehensible that you're just left to yell at someone, "It's like...

    Blog | September 23, 2014
  20. Indie, Incidentally: The Rise of Alt-J and What It Means to Be a ...

    Steven Hyden

    The English art-rock band Alt-J constructs songs like it is trying to finish an argument. Every element is applied methodically and with irrefutable logic. On Alt-J's latest LP, This Is All Yours, the guitar and keyboard parts are understat...

    Blog | September 23, 2014