Fine Gentleman’s Club

The ten best Kid Cudi songs

Lupe Fiasco doesn’t like Kid Cudi very much. Last night, Fiasco reignited the drama between the two at his Milwaukee show. In a freestyle, Lupe Fiasco spat: “Make sure that you listen to every rhythm that I be spittin’, unconditionally written / P.S.

Tesseract at Summit Music Hall

Tesseract brought its angular, technical metal to an enthusiastic, young crowd at the Summit Music Hall Saturday night. Despite the dark light show, the band bludgeoned forward as a unit, playing quirky, dynamic shifts that made up in musicianship what it lacked it melody.

Psy returns with follow-up to “Gangnam Style”

By: The Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean rapper PSY, who is set to release his first album since becoming an international sensation more than three years ago with the smash hit "Gangnam Style," says the pressure to live up to that success caused him to take his time with his latest project.

Erykah Badu drops “Hello” from new mixtape

Erykah Badu and Andre 3000 have teamed up for “Hello,” a track from Badu’s telephone-themed mixtape “But You Cain’t Use My Phone.” Related: Erykah Badu talks new mixtape, "brilliant genius" Drake Earlier in the month, we heard “Phone Down,” a track about a woman being so captivating that her aura transcends our digital need to stare at our phones.

Dweezil Zappa channels Frank on new album

By: The Associated Press Dweezil Zappa's new album is top-heavy with the influence of father Frank and bottom-loaded with harmony-drenched pop songs. Dweezil has been performing Frank's music for years, but on "Via Zammata," the Sicilian street his family emigrated from, the paternal effect only goes so far.

Puscifer makes way for masked luchadores at the Bellco Theatre

Those who missed the Puscifer concert Tuesday night at the Bellco Theatre missed a spectacle. The show was meant to be enjoyed in the moment, without fans taking cellphone videos and texting--to put a fine point on it, anyone caught messing about on their phones was subject to a verbal warning followed by possible ejection from the theater.