FOO FIGHTERS debuted "Dirty Water" in Paris.
REAL ESTATE played a mini-set at at the 2017 NON-COMMvention in Philadelphia.
THE KILLS are streaming their Echo Home – Non-Electric EP.
THE WEAK DAYS advance stream Tight.
CHANCE THE RAPPER covered Stevie Wonder during his Tiny Desk Concert.
ARCADE FIRE debuted "Chemistry" in London.
R.B. GREAVES: "Take a Letter, Maria."
PRINCE: Duane Tudahl, author of Prince and the Purple Rain Era Studio Sessions (1983-1984), walks you through the reissue's bonus tracks. ALSO: John Blackwell Jr., drummer for Prince’s New Power Generation, has died at 43, after being diagnosed with “brain tumours” in 2016.
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN: Ten of Their Best.
PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCAST's J. Willgoose, Esq. talks to Morning Edition about the band's artistic process.
THE BEST of 2017 (So Far), according to Pretty Much Amazing.
BABY DRIVER: I forgot to mention yesterday that I caught Edgar Wright's latest flick over the holiday weekend. I enjoyed it quite a bit, though it helps if you think of it more as a musical than a gangster/heist movie (that level of suspension of disbelief will help quite a bit). The weak link may be Ansel Elgort in the title role; he's good, but perhaps not up to the level of performance you get from Jon Hamm or Jamie Foxx here. Or perhaps he plays it a bit more real than he should.
BRAD PITT & SIENNA MILLER have been "spending some time together."
ROB KARDASHIAN & BLAC CHYNA had another dramatic falling out, this time involving explicit photos and allegations.
TUPAC broke off his sexual relationship with Madonna because she was white.
LAUREN CONRAD and her husband, lawyer William Tell, are proud parents to a son.
AMELIA EARHART, who vanished 80 years ago on a round-the-world flight, may have survived a crash-landing in the Marshall Islands.
VALERIAN: The early buzz is generally good, if a bit mixed.
GOAT YOGA is banned from the Congressional Cemetery.
MOM? DAD? There's a bear in my bedroom.
AN ELEPHANT checked out Baraboo, WI, after esacaping from Circus World.
CANUCK THE CROW interrupted mail service at several addresses in East Vancouver.