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Ke$ha and Dr. Luke. (WENN.COM file photos)

Dr. Luke suing Kesha's mom

Superproducer Dr. Luke has hit Kesha's mother with a new lawsuit alleging she lied about the pop star's sexual assault claims against him in a bid to break their contract.

Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips. (WENN.COM file photo)

Flaming Lips top this week's new music

Picture yourself in a boat on a river with Wayne Coyne, his Flaming Lips, and a crew of “fiends” that includes My Morning Jacket, J Mascis, Miley Cyrus, Moby, Maynard James Keenan and Puscifer, Tegan and Sara, Grace Potter, Oxygen, Autumn Defense and several more.

Bush's Rossdale talks 'Man on the Run'

Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale was surprised as anyone when his British rock band’s 2011 reunion disc, The Sea of Memories, spawned a No. 1 alternative hit with The Sound of Winter.

Neil Diamond (QMI Agency files)

Diamond dives into deep end with new LP

It’s hard to conceive that the man responsible for such pop gems as Cherry Cherry, Holly Holy, Sweet Caroline, and Cracklin’ Rosie – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg – would describe himself as “a scared, nervous writer.”

Pink, Dallas Green join forces for 'You+Me'

Just call them rebels without pause. When pop singer Pink (real name: Alecia Moore) decided she wanted to make a harmony-heavy acoustic-folk record with Dallas Green (of City and Colour and Alexisonfire fame) under the moniker You Me, she didn’t hesitate.

Stevie Nicks. (Reuters)

Nicks tops this week's new music

Who wants Stevie’s leftovers? No? Your loss. Fleetwood Mac’s gypsy queen empties her freezer, enlisting an all-star band to record songs she penned between the ’60s and mid-’90s.

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