French electronic duo Daft Punk hung onto the top of the U.S. chart for a second consecutive week as "Random Access Memories" enjoyed rare sales legs. The pair's Columbia album tracked sales of…
Getting lucky had nothing to do with Daft Punk's ascent to No. 1 on the U.S. album chart with its new "Random Access Memories." The French dance/electronic duo of Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo and…
That which you hate today you're gonna love tomorrow. And you're gonna love "Get Lucky." And the person who's gonna hook you is Nile Rodgers.
Drafthouse Films has nabbed North American rights to Jeff Howlett and Mark Covino's rockumentary "A Band Called Death" in advance of its screening at the South By Southwest film festival next month…
An interesting if accidental companion piece to recent docu hit "Searching for Sugar Man" -- in which a U.S. musician unwittingly helped fuel anti-apartheid sentiments in 1970s South Africa -- "Punk…
They're not John, Paul and Ringo, but Nadia, Masha and Katia -- aka Pussy Riot -- are now among the most famous rockers in the world. In "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," they also appear to be the…
Released in France as a TV movie under another title, this vibrant evocation of the contemporary European punk scene impresses, but looks oddly, unavowedly time-warped, as if unfolding in punk's…
A mentally challenged punk band is the unusual subject of the unusually thoughtful "The Punk Syndrome."
Poly Styrene, the ungainly, vivacious British singer whose band X-ray Spex mocked both society's conventions and punk rock's excesses, died April 25 in England. She was 53.
Admirably ambitious if awkwardly titled.
British punk rock impresario Malcolm McLaren, who managed the New York Dolls and the Sex Pistols and was a recording artist in his own right, died Thursday in Switzerland. He was 64.