'South Park' Soundtrack No Stretch For Isaac Hayes

R&B legend's reworked 'Good Love' was perfect fit for his character, Chef.

Apples In Stereo Planting Seeds For Space-Rock Album

Upcoming LP recalls Beatles' late-60s experimentation, singer/songwriter Robert Schneider says.

Best Of '99: Gang Starr Play 10 Years Of Hip-Hop Hits

Old-school show celebrates new career retrospective, Full Clip.

Raitt, Colvin, Hornsby, Lindley, Browne Set Dates For Collaborative Tour

Solo artists will join each other onstage during outing scheduled to kick off Aug. 26.

Chris Isaak Song Heats Up Stanley Kubrick's Final Film

Warner Bros. to release "Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing" as single.

Melvins Launch 70-Date Summer Tour To Back Trilogy of Releases

Sludge rockers' two-and-a-half-month outing kicks off at Slim's in San Francisco.

Smashing Pumpkins Break From Studio To Reminisce About Debut

Indie-rock superstars' 1991 album, Gish, is subject of abruptly terminated online chat session.

Brit-Rockers Bush Showcase New Songs At West Coast Dates

Band mixes guitar-rock with synthesizers to reveal new sound at first U.S. gigs in more than two years.

Coolio Tour Cut Short After Van Crash Injures Six

The 18-date outing was in support of a compilation from Coolio's Crowbar Records.

'98's Best: Pearl Jam Begin Tour In Maui

Hawaiian audience treated to first show of band's 1998 world tour.

Blues Power!

Blues plus hip-hop beats. How could they go wrong?

Whaling In The '90s

Whale reinterpret '90s alternative-rock styles -- from hip-hop to sonic collage -- in a fresh and interesting way.

Debut Earthlings? Album Blooms In Desert Studio

Band's eerie, self-titled set comes out of sessions that included contributions by Foo Fighter Dave Grohl.

Cell Phone Symphony In A-Minor ...

Music for office machines, made by office machines ...

Bob Dylan Goes Hawaiian But Forgets To Say 'Aloha'

Folk-rocker's tropical show included such protest songs as 'Blowin' in the Wind' and 'Forever Young.'

Long Live The Empire

Eleven fingers are better than ten, sometimes.

Fun, Fizzy Pop From Sweden

What's MTV?

Six Finger Satellite Lift Off With New Album

Law of Ruins is band's fourth album.

Outbreak Of Beastiemania Grips Pacific Northwest

Tickets for the opening show in Seattle were being scalped for $200 apiece.

Sean Lennon Pops Up In Record Store

Lifts spirits of his fans with a brief, free set prior to his one-night stand in Bay Area.

David Yow And The Jesus Lizard Bare It All

The band's singer may be a mess, but his mates are tight, precise rockers.

For The Red Aunts, The Picnic's Over

Band hits the road one last time on its July tour and then calls it a career.

Creatures Creep Through A Night Of Seductive Rock

Sexy Siouxsie Sioux leads the band and audience through a set of old and new material.

Chumbawamba Serenade In The Name Of Gay Pride

Thousands attending a rally in front of San Francisco's City Hall on Sunday got a surprise dose of the English anarchist rockers.