I’m stunned at the amount of love out there for this band. The problem with writing about old music is those who remember do, and those who don’t don’t care. It’s a well-known fact that the Beatles and Zeppelin have survived, that Black...Show More Summary
A dream bath for all mankind.
The Flaming Lips were one of the main musical forces behind Miley Cyrus’ messy, self-indulgent, occasionally great surprise album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, and it looks like they’re continuing to support the former Hannah Montana star on her magical journey of self-discovery. Cyrus is kicking off the new season of Saturday Night Live […]
Ontario, Canada, has no shortage of pop and rock stars, and the 45,000 fans assembled at the Rogers Centre in Toronto last night could have been forgiven for expecting Taylor Swift to introduce Drake or the Weeknd as her special guests three-quarters of the way through her set. (Their parents...
It looks like Future has found himself a new lady in his life. The Atlanta rapper is caught in dating rumors with Tyga’s ex-girlfriend Blac Chyna. Continue reading…
photos by Tim Griffin Run the Jewels/Tame Impala/Disclosure @ ACL Fest 10/2/2015 They came onstage blaring Queen's "We Are the Champions" -- and then threw all irony out the window, by actually proving it. Run The Jewels are untouchable. Is...
By all accounts, Green Day’s sixth studio album, Warning, which was released 15 year ago today, had a tough genesis. Marc Spitz’s Nobody Likes You: Inside the Turbulent Life, Times, And Music Of Green Day describes a band caught up in changing musical trends who was also trying to figure out how to stay relevant to an aging fanbase. Show More Summary
Scottish synthpop trio support their new album Every Open Eye.
What We Do In The Shadows filmmaker charged with leading third installment in the franchise.
This article was originally published in August 2005. To pick the Top 10 of anything is a tough task. When it comes to the subject of jazz guitar, the task is enormously difficult. However, these are the ten most influential guitarists (in my opinion), arranged in somewhat chronological order. Each... [ read more ]
Chvrches just released their ridiculously good sophomore album Every Open Eye, and last night, the Scottish trio stopped by The Tonight Show to perform lead single “Every Open Eye.” It sounded great, and Lauren Mayberry is still one of the most charismatic frontpeople working right now. Watch below. Every Open Eye is out now on […]
Sipping from a tall cocktail while sizing up a new setlist, Buster Poindexter (a tuxedoed, pompadoured David Johansen) was deliberately pacing himself. On September 29th in New York, his band opened a two-week residency, their third extended engagement at Café Carlyle since last October. Show More Summary
James McAvoy tapped as replacement for psychological thriller.
Boots aren’t always the most comfortable thing to wear which is why people tend to dread pulling them out. Adidas has decided to shift the paradigm a bit by suiting up one of their most comfortable models in a winter friendly new style. Continue reading…
Morrissey was slated to perform his World Peace Is None of Your Business track "Kiss Me A Lot" on "Alan Carr: Chatty Man" this past March, but had to cancel due to transit issues. Last night, he finally appeared on the program to perform the song. Watch below.
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Sounds like: Anne-Marie, Beyonce, Ella Henderson Song: ASHA - Chapters What's so good? Following her debut single "We Can Do This," ASHA continues her emergence onto the London scene with the moody "Chapters." Over a whispering, elegant,...Show More Summary
Photo by Douglas Gorenstein/NBC Chvrches were the musical guests on last night's episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", and they performed their Every Open Eye single "Leave a Trace". Watch their performance below. Read our interview with Chvrches. Watch Chvrches perform "Clearest Blue" at Pitchfork Music Festival 2015: