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Emily Haines calmly declares at the end of “Synthetica” that she once “wanted to be part of something,” but it isn’t a regret so much as a revelation. Now on album No. 5, “Synthetica” closer “Nothing but Time” is sweetly opulent electro-rock, the grown-up realization that there’s no rush, and a sign the band has moved well beyond its once ice-cold restlessness.
Celebrating 10 years of "American Idol." To mark the show’s landmark, here’s 10 songs from 10 of our favorite contestants to ever grace the “Idol” stage.
The Offspring have a song and video called "Cruising California (Bumpin' in My Trunk)," and Pop & Hiss, on behalf of all of California, would like to apologize.
Around 1 a.m. last night, Electric Daisy's promoters and public safety officials decided to send all festival-goers off the field and into the stands as a saftey precaution.
An artists panel at the electronic dance music conference EDMBiz dished on their introductions to dance music, the burdens of so much money sloshing around the scene, and how the arrival of attention is affecting the genre's artistry. The Times' August Brown reports.
Beatport is a temperature gauge for how many DJs want to play an artist's track, and a specialized one-stop shop for those hot singles. The Times' August Brown examines a phenomenon with a logic beyond pop charts.
'Neil Young Journeys' is the new concert film directed by Jonathan Demme. It's the third collaboration between Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer, songwriter and guitarist Neil Young and filmmaker Jonathan Demme.
Frank Ocean has been quiet since his stellar debut at Coachella earlier this year, but late Thursday night the Odd Future crooner dropped a mysterious video online teasing his highly anticipated Def Jam debut, "Channel Orange."
The Reocrding Academy is reinstating the Grammy Award category for Latin jazz that sparked protests when it was eliminated last year. It's one of three added categories for the next Grammy Awards ceremony scheduled for Feb. 10 in Los Angeles.
Former bandmates Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, and David Adelstein praise the late Bob Welch, whose work with Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist is being remembered with his passing.
The logistics of EDM present their own set of problems -- how do you move music meant for fields of body-painted teenagers and trippy installation art into seated sports arenas? The Times' August Brown reports from the EDMBiz conference in Las Vegas.
Folksy Mexican-American singer Lila Downs, bluegrass-focused string-quintet the Punch Brothers and French composer Yann Tierson are among the artists slated to appear at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex during the 2012-2013 season. Downs will open the season, one that takes a global approach to music and art, on Sept. Show More Summary
Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer Bob Welch died Thursday afternoon. Pop & Hiss looks at some of his classic songs.
Bob Welch, a member of Fleetwood Mac in the 1970s, has died of an apparent suicide in Nashville. The singer and guitarist, best known for his 1977 hit "Ebony Eyes," was 66.
Is the future in self-contatined, immersive festivals, or introducing dance music into existing live infrastructure?
The CMT Music Awards, which celebrates the best country music videos, announced its winners last night in Nashville, and Carrie Underwood was the big winner.
Andrew Dreskin, the CEO of the online-ticketing firm Ticketfly and an old-guard rave supporter, remembers a time in the sepia-toned days of the early aughts when dance acts were a tough sell for talent buyers. "It was a very lonely....
Bonnaroo, the Midwest's answer to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, launches Thursday in Manchester, Tenn., and it boasts a lineup that includes Radiohead, Phish, the Beach Boys, Skrillex and a seminar on the various hop varieties used to brew beer. Show More Summary
LMFAO's Redfoo and Sky Blu stay in character and play debauchery for laughs and fun at Staples Center as part of Sorry for Party Rocking Tour.
Though “MDNA” offered the 53-year-old pop icon her eighth No. 1 when it pushed 359,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan, the disc quickly plummeted on the charts (sales dropped a record 88 percent the second week it was out). Show More Summary