Eminem Admitted He Went 'Too Far' With Homophobic Slur — Here's What He Should Do Next

Yesterday, during a multi-part interview, Eminem admitted that he regretted using a homophobic slur on “Fall,” a track f his latest album, Kamikaze. The line (“Tyler create nothin’/ I see why you called yourself a f—-t, bitch”)

Weezer, Beck, Elvis Costello & More Help Riot Fest Weather Rocky Lead-Up

Two weeks after having to quell doubts it could even happen, Riot Fest placed on a well-attended, hitch-free exhibiting in Chicago’s Douglas Park. The months main as much as its 14th run assaulted it with quite a

Hear New Version of Ramones' 'Don't Come Close' From 'Road to Ruin' Reissue: Exclusive

By the autumn of '78, as they have been about to launch their fourth studio LP Road to Ruin, the Ramones have been a band in transition—not solely of their sound however inside their ranks as nicely.

'Queer Eye' Star Antoni Shares How He'll Soundtrack His New West Village Eatery

Growing up, Antoni Porowski would watch the PBS present Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home on Saturday mornings as a substitute of cartoons. He liked how the 2 would have enjoyable with meals, “[they taught me] it

Billy Idol Announces Las Vegas Residency at Palms Casino Resort: Exclusive

Billy Idol is launching a residency on the Las Vegas Palms Casino Resort in 2019, Live Nation introduced Tuesday (Sept. 18). The 10-show run is the second residency present following the renovation of the property. “Billy Idol

Weezer Cover Blink-182's 'All The Small Things' at Riot Fest: Watch

Blink-182 recently was forced to cancel their fall tour dates, including a headlining slot at Chicago’s Riot Fest due to Travis Barker’s blood clots, but last night Weezer made sure they were there in spirit. Rivers Cuomo and company were

Indie-Pop Favorites The Goon Sax Talk Increased Confidence (and Increased Anxiety) of Sophomore LP 'We're Not Talking'

The Goon Sax have only been in America for a short while, but they've already done pretty solid research into the country's pizza options. They tried deep dish in Chicago ("The cheese was underneath the sauce!" remarks

John Lydon Talks Public Image Ltd Beefs & 'People Deliberately Misinterpreting Me'

He should be enjoying what could be considered a victory lap, but John Lydon isn't having it. The man once known as Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten is celebrating the 40th anniversary his post-Pistols outfit Public Ltd with

Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace on Their Rock 'n' Roll Friendship and Being an 'Outsider Among Outsiders'

‘Bad Reputation,’ a documentary about Joan Jett’s life and career, arrives Sept. 28 More than 40 years into her career, Joan Jett still doesn’t give a damn. That much is clear in Bad Reputation, a documentary (out Sept. 28) chronicling

Joel & Benji Madden on How 'Generation Rx' Helped Rejuvenate Their Band: 'We Feel Like Good Charlotte Belong to Us Again'

The group’s seventh album is out now. When you've been a band for nearly 20 years, it's easy to get complacent with your sound. But when Good Charlotte went into the studio to start making their seventh album,