Wake up on Sundays with the music news that may have flown under the radar this week. Specializing in anything but the bottom-of-the-barrel pop-culture fluffery, Sunday Morning Coming Down is for the serious music fan wanting in-depth analysis, opinions, and a dash of post-hangover attitude.
Or: Why no one cares who’s inducted.
"Do you wonder what it's like living in a permanent imagination?"
Dozens of independent labels face extinction due to the tragedy.
At least one independent label gives Spotify the bird.
This could get uglier than the divorce.
Thoughts on the passing of Amy Winehouse and rap’s biggest duo make retailers mad.
A preview of the biggest nerd music festival of the year!
Nine months later, both Dream Theater and Mike Portnoy's new band unveil new music. Let the debate begin.
Apple gets in bed with the major record labels. Censorship controversy ensues.
Rebecca Black squares off against Ark Records, and the famous video is already a casualty.
The heart of "DIY" rap and an artist that's made professional and personal turnarounds talk to BlogCritics.
How a new, bipartisan legislation may decide the future of the legality of online streaming.
Is this a hell of a week to be a Pink Floyd fan or what?
A close look at the profit and pitfalls of the major music labels.
Is the life-support plug about to be pulled on Warner Music Group?
One half of Panic! talks about triumphantly rebounding from the past two years.
Or: How the world united to hate an adolescent girl.
Wherein Bob Geldof makes an ironic statement without even realizing it.
The real—and untold—stories of the retirement of Phil Collins.
Paul McCartney, Prince, and more heavyweights discover the joy of music that isn't theirs.