Incubus Members Head To School, Orchestra

Having just completed a year-and-a-half-long tour in support of its 2006 album "Light Grenades," Incubus is planning to take a break while its members pursue a variety of endeavors.

RZA: ‘Bobby Digital’ To Live On In Comics, Films

It took RZA seven years to get back to Bobby Digital. Now, if he has his way, we'll be seeing a lot more of the character.

Debut Freebass Album Expected Next March

Freebass, the rock act featuring former Joy Division/New Order bass player Peter Hook, Mani from the Stone Roses/Primal Scream and Andy Rourke of the Smiths, is planning to release its as-yet-untitled debut album in March 2009.

George Clinton Goes ‘Gangster’ On New Album

George Clinton is getting by with a little help from his friends on his next album -- a list that includes the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Carlos Santana, Sly Stone, RZA, System Of A Down bassist Shavo Odadjian, El DeBarge and gospel singer Kim Burrell.

UNKLE Gives ‘X-Files’ Theme A Fresh Spin

When "X-Files" heroes Fox Mulder and Dana Scully wrap up their second big-screen search for the truth this summer, audiences will exit to two tracks by U.K.-based electronic/rock artist UNKLE.

Exclusive: Miley Cyrus Grows Up On ‘Breakout’

Miley Cyrus is a superstar to millions of teens around the world as Hannah Montana, but it's a more grown-up Cyrus that emerges on her new album, "Breakout." The set is due July 22 via Hollywood; first single "7 Thing" rockets 70-10 this week on the Billboard Hot 100.

Oates, Mustache Make Cartoon Crime-Fighting Team

John Oates wants people to know that he is nothing like what he was when he had a mustache. The Hall & Oates principal is firm about the distinction, because if things go as planned, his mustachioed image could appear on TV in cartoon form kicking ass, rocking out and wearing tight pink pants.

Jim Jones Introduces Byrd Gang, Preps New CD

Rapper and Diplomat Records CEO Jim Jones is introducing his new rap group, Byrd Gang, through the debut album, "M.O.B.," due July 1 via Asylum.

‘American Idol’ Sets Auditions For New Season

Auditions for the eighth season of "American Idol" will begin July 17 at the Cow Palace in San Francisco.

Keyboardist: Phish To Explore ‘Possible Futures’

In the wake of increasing chatter that a Phish reunion may be in the cards in the coming months, keyboardist Page McConnell issued a statement confirming the group's members plan to meet to discuss their options.

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