The Zutons' song, obvs covered by Amy Winehouse, all started with the real Valerie being arrested.
The latest cut from 'Wanderer' has Chan Marshall deconstructing a mega-hit.
For Polaris Prize's Cover Sessions, the band turns the Arcade Fire cut into a jittery banger.
The Canadian throat-singer and punk icon cover the infamous Iron Maiden single, creating a still applicable portrait of issues facing Indigenous communities today.
Josh Tillman covered Del Rey's "Ride" at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards in Beverly Hills last night. Thankfully, the two LA singers are back in the same territory again.
A newly-released cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's iconic "September" returns the 28-year-old to her pop-country roots, and just sort of washes over the listener. The sheer audacity...
The New York band's Dustin Payseur put a dreamy spin on "Agony."
Watch Lorde perform a rendition of the Springsteen's classic.
New York photographer Darin Mickey provided us with a bit of existentialism.
Who spends a day in a furniture store with a 90s celebrity? I had to find out.
He took a six-week vacation, built a three-necked guitar, practiced the song until his performance became immortal, and then went back to work.
When asked if she'd met Collins, Lorde responded: "I have not and I think I would just melt to a little pool. I think he would be like, ‘Oh no, there’s a little pool in front of me, not a person.'"