A final look back at the pop-culture madness before we hit the reset button for 2015.
Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner of The National are curating a new festival, set for July 2015.
Kendrick Lamar unveiled a killer new track as the last-ever musical guest on Colbert.
Lou Reed, Bill Withers and more will join the Rock Hall in 2015, with Ringo Starr earning a special Excellence award.
A new boxed collection of vinyl seven-inch singles from R.E.M. has arrived, and Crave wants to hook you up!
Following the ‘Atlanta’ pilot announcement, Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino has blacked out all of his sites and social media accounts.
A year-recapping playlist of all the best songs released in 2014.
Chris Martin of Coldplay reveals that Bowie rejected a song intended for him to sing on.
Weirdo extraordinaire Reggie Watts will be the bandleader for the revamped ‘Late Late Show’ in 2015. This is very good news.
The worst song of 2014? Possibly. Auto-Tune for days and a glaring lack of structural progression are just the beginning of this collab’s problems.
An unreleased Radiohead song is included in the Inherent Vice soundtrack, performed by Greenwood, Joanna Newsom and more.
Q-Tip contributed lyrics, while Questlove plays on the long-awaited Black Messiah album.
Crave’s picks for 25 of the best concert photos from a festival-packed year of live music.
Finnish DJ bringing a Sandstorm to Future.
Catch your musical heroes wreaking havoc in Triple J studios.
Corgan bringing RATM drummer Brad Wilk and The Killers’ Mark Stoermer to Soundwave
Plus Falling In Reverse, Millencolin and more!
The Hell Not Hallelujah Tour will see goth singer hitting cities across North America, Australia and Europe.
Heavy metal legends “insist” on full-length sets.