The Crystal Method are not happy with Russia

The Crystal Method's song "High Roller" has been used by Russia to score a video of drone strikes in Syria. The nineties electronic duo responded in kind this morning to condemn the unauthorized use of the song and show their support for the people of Syria: October 29, 2015 A statement from THE CRYSTAL METHOD: "It has come to our attention over the last 24 hours that the Kremlin via Russian state broadcaster VGTRK have used our song 'High Roller' as the soundtrack to some shocking drone footage from Syria.

Robin Thicke testimony: “I was high and drunk every time I did an interview last year”

By: Anthony McCartney, AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Footage of Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams testifying about the creation of the song "Blurred Lines" that was a key element of a copyright infringement trial earlier this year has been released, showing Thicke repeatedly acknowledging he was drunk and high during interviews promoting 2013's biggest hit song.

Adele details new album, “25,” quarter-life crisis

Where there's smoke, there's fire. Lately, there's been enough smoke from camp Adele to make your eyes water. Most recently, Reverb reported a snippet of a new Adele song had likely been teased on a commercial for "X Factor," our first taste of new material in the four years since her last album, "21." Since releasing "21," the British songstress has won several Grammys and an Oscar for her song featured on the recent James Bond flick, "Skyfall." Now, Adele has released a progress report on her social media detailing fans on her forthcoming album, "25." True to the album's title, Adele's note reads like a diary page written from the tail-end of a quarter-life crisis: I haven't got time to hold on to the crumbs of my past like I used to.