With Olivia Colman on vocals. What more do you want?
The former 'Baywatch' star's new album features covers of the Jesus and Mary Chain and Echo and the Bunnymen, as well as members of Ministry and the Cars.
'Hello Happiness' is Chaka Khan's first album in 12 years. As funk's standard-bearer, her dynamic voice is enough to stand the test of time—and genres.
Miller recorded a pared-down version of "Dunno" from 'Swimming' and a cover of Billy Preston's "Nothing from Nothing."
Fifteen artists got together to cover every song on Jepsen's pop masterpiece, and all the proceeds from the album's sales are going to Immigration Equality.
We sat down with Skatune Network to talk their (dare we say brave?) quest, being black in a predominantly white scene, and the future of ska.
Craig Finn, John K. Samson, and members of Tigers Jaw, The Menzingers, and more kick in songs for 'Don't Stop Now,' with proceeds going to RAICES.
Lindsey Jordan and Harriette Pilbeam joined Alvvays onstage on the last night of their tour.
'The Lillywhite Sessions' is, Walker says, "just an extension of what I was doing in middle school, when I’d drink a gallon of milk and barf it up at the lunch table."
His Triple J cover of RHCP's "Porcelain" came out alongside a slinky new song called "Python."
Katie Crutchfield and Lindsey Jordan dedicated their cover "to all the heteros."
The pair performed "You're Still The One" from 1997's 'Come On Over' at Madison Square Garden.