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Led Zeppelin on Rhapsody

Welcome, Led Zeppelin!

We thought this day would never come — yet here it is. And it’s time to share the big news with our faithful subscribers: You can now listen to the entire Led Zeppelin discography on Rhapsody. That’s right. From Led Zeppelin IV (aka ZoSo) and Physical Graffiti to Houses of the Holy and Led Zeppelin II, we’re talking about nothing[…]


New Music This Week: May 13, 2014

We have so much new music this week, it’ll make your head spin! Michael Jackson‘s demos have been given the old-school disco treatment (think Daft Punk) on Xscape, with mixed results. Electro-funk duo Chromeo‘s White Women is yet another flashback to the ’70s (again, Daft Punk!), and we love the effervescent pop of “Jealous (I Ain’t With It).” And it’s officially time to get pumped up[…]


New Music This Week: May 6, 2014

Well, here we are with another spate of new releases for you to explore. First up is Lykke Li, whose dreamy-but-dark edge still reigns supreme on her third release, I Never Learn. It’s an ethereal ride, but hang on tight — she’s got some dark twists lined up for you. Speaking of ethereal, Sarah McLachlan releases her new Shine On, and we are particularly fond[…]


New Music This Week: April 29, 2014

This week’s biggest new releases run the gamut from ruminative troubadours to alt rock heroes to Brit-pop pioneers to a flamenco-busker duo. Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne recruited Black Key Dan Auerbach to help produce Supernova, LaMontagne’s most eccentric work to date. Alt fans will want to check out the Pixies‘ Indie Cindy, their first album in 23 years, as well as the gorgeous, introspective Everyday Robots, the first proper[…]


New Albums This Week: April 22, 2014

Another Tuesday, another fine week of new releases for you to discover and enjoy, including Bruce Springsteen‘s four-song American Beauty EP, which captures the Boss in all his fist-pumping glory. In case you’re looking for something a little younger, go straight to Iggy Azalea‘s The New Classic, in which the fashion model with an irreverent potty-mouth gets edgy, street-wise and totally in yo face with help[…]