Addiction was Scott Weiland’s cause of death, but not his legacy

News today about Weiland's death confirms the all but sure suspicions that his cause of death was due to alcohol and drug abuse, both past and present. But, while Weiland's story is filled with tragedy, his musical legacy will live for…

Roli's Noise virtual keyboard app for iPhone uses 3D Touch to give feedback 1:06

Roli's Noise keyboard for iPhone uses 3D touch in order to add pressure and feedback to keys. Even more impressive? It's free, sports MIDI devices support, and it works on older iPhones.

Cage the Elephant stampedes back on Tell Me I’m Pretty (and it’s OK to stream it)

Matt Schultz throws away his characters and gets real on Tell Me I’m Pretty, the latest album from Cage the Elephant.
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Facebook’s Music Stories adds more services, lets you keep scrolling while you listen

Facebook's Music Stories feature launched last month, letting users stream 30-second clips from their feeds. Now more services have been added along with a new feature that lets you keep scrolling while you listen.

Ariana Grande releases Christmas & Chill album in time for the holidays

Celebrate Christmas with pop star Ariana Grande who just surprise-dropped the holiday album Christmas & Chill. Grande told her fans over Twitter that she and her team produced the youthful, romantic set of songs in a week.

We defy you not to sway to Bowie’s new trance-jazz single Lazarus

David Bowie's latest single off of his 25th record, called Lazarus, is a dirge-like reflection on the life of the English musician. Bowie produced the single with friend/producer Tony Visconti, who has said the record is a jazz record. 

Analyst predicts Apple Music could reach 20 million subscribers by end of next year

While most analysts are predicting a slip in subscriptions for Apple Music, one notable analyst claims the service will reach eight million by end of year. Mark Mulligan also predicts 20 million subscribers by the end of 2016.

Eagles of Death Metal to resume European tour after Bataclan concert attack

Eagles of Death Metal is ready to hit the road again after the tragic attack that took place during their November 13 concert at Paris' Bataclan. The band will kick off its rescheduled tour in February and return to Paris later that month.

N.W.A., Deep Purple, Chicago among 2016’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees

Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the full list of 2016 inductees, including N.W.A., Deep Purple, Chicago, Cheap Trick, and Steve Miller, with a ceremony set for Brooklyn in spring.

Pharma CEO Martin Shkreli indicted, questions raised about rare Wu-Tang album purchase

Price-gouging CEO Martin Shkreli was indicted shortly after he was revealed as the mystery purchaser behind the Wu Tang Clan's ultra-rare Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. Now the SEC wants to know where the money came from.

Pearl Jam will tour in 2016, appear at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

It's already been confirmed that Pearl Jam will tour in 2016, and now it seems that the band will be making a stop to appear as a headliner at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

Copyright Royalty Board: Pandora required to pay 21 percent more in royalties

The internet radio streamer and other non-interactive streamers like iHeartRadio (but not Apple Music or Spotify) is now required to pay a higher royalty rate. The decision could've been worse for streamer, but it's certainly not good news…