Five full Coachella 2014 sets that you need to watch: OutKast, Arcade Fire and more

Coachella 2014 -- Day 3

Watch some of the best sets from Coachella 2014 with full performance videos from OutKast, Arcade Fire and more.

Foster the People adds Red Rocks show to its summer tour

Foster The People

The Monday after their set at Coachella 2014, Foster the People has added a Red Rocks Amphitheatre show to its summer tour.

Coachella 2014 live stream day three: Watch Arcade Fire, Disclosure, Beck and more

Coachella 2014 -- Day 1

Catch sets from Arcade Fire, Disclosure, Beck and more with the Coachella 2014 live stream.

Coachella 2014 live stream day two: Watch Pixies, Lorde, Skrillex and more

Coachella 2013

Watch performances from Pixies, CHVRCHES, Lorde, Skrillex and more through the Coachella 2014 live stream.

Ranking the absurd song titles on Morrissey’s new album

Morrissey has outdone himself with his new album's song titles. Photo by Stephane De Sakutin, Getty Images.

Morrissey has shared the tracklist for his upcoming album, “World Peace is None of Your Business,” and he’s out-Morrissey’ed himself with the titles.

Watch: Drake dons a disguise and asks people what they think of him

Drake w/ Waka Flocka Flame & J. Cole @ Comfort Dental Amphitheatre 5/13/12

What would you be willing to say to Drake’s face? Would you make fun of his time on “Degrassi”? Maybe you’d try to make him cry.

Mad Men final season: The five best music moments

"Mad Men" season six starts on Sunday, so we've compiled the list of best songs from the '60s drama. Photo by AP Photo/AMC, Michael Yarish.

As the final season of Mad Men kicks off on Sunday we look back through the shows many great music moments.

Earth, Wind & Fire’s Philip Bailey on his trek from Denver to the rock hall of fame

Earth Wind and Fire @ Red Rocks

For all his accomplishments in Earth, Wind & Fire, which range from multiplatinum album sales and Grammy awards to a coveted spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, singer Philip Bailey has always viewed the band as a means to an end.

Stephen Colbert taking over “The Late Show” is good news for music fans

CBS announced Thursday, April 10, 2014, Stephen Colbert will succeed David Letterman as the host of ├ČThe Late Show.├« (Photo by Jason DeCrow/Invision/AP, File)

There’s quite a bit to like about Stephen Colbert: He has run for president, he’s obsessed with Lord of the Rings, but most importantly, he has great music taste.

Watch: Real Estate on Letterman

Real Estate @ The Fox Theatre

Real Estate brought its masterfully chill indie-rock to “The Tonight Show with David Letterman” on Wednesday.