Do any young artists stand a chance this year? Sadly, no.
‘Filth and Wisdom’ Star Eugene Hütz on Taking Direction From Madonna and the Sexual Power of Accordions
'The guy who rocks the chicks is the guy with an accordion.'
In the trailer for her new film, a trio of characters represent the, uh, complexities of Madonna's personality.
Major-label competitor Live Nation is considering outsourcing their distribution to … major labels!
Oberst returns with a pretty great collection of loose, fun, death-obsessed folk ballads.
CBS will not be held accountable for the Super Bowl halftime show, but will Justin Timberlake be held accountable for his crappy ESPYs song?
Plus: More Emmy semi-finalists announced, and Hollywood is still making loads of money.
The next time you pay $600 for a balcony seat at a Madonna concert, guess who gets a cut? Madonna.
What's happening in this week's issue of 'New York'?
The god-awful video for "4 Minutes to Save the World" sends us back through Madge's checkered promotional past.
For her eleventh album, she worked with Pharrell, Timbaland, and Justin Timberlake, three guys that everyone's sick of. The results? Not bad!
Plus: New music from 50 Cent and the National!
Plus: Radiohead gets remixed and Lupe Fiasco unplugs!
Mimi and Madge set 'Billboard' Hot 100 records with their worst songs ever.
But there's a happy ending! Here's our list of ten artists who, unlike R.E.M., overcame their slumps.
Hilarious shenanigans — from the Rolling Stones' fifteen-foot inflatable onstage penis to Dylan's conversion to Christianity — have always been part of rock and roll.
Plus: Madonna on what it would take to get her to sing "Like a Virgin" again.
Plus a new track from Silver Jews, Snoop's country move, and a Peaches remix of the B-52s.
Deciphering the cover of Madge's new album.
How is the Justice League movie anyway?
Plus: Madonna Gives Album Faintly Lewd Name!
Plus: Chinese Democracy is never coming out!
Plus industry news on Will Smith, Michael Mann, and Captain Kirk.