The singer of Alsarah and The Nubatones discusses her new album 'Manara' and shares the video for single "Ya Watan."
'Blond(e)' is interested in the physical process of determining identities, the endless task of self-definition and self-improvement.
The follow-up to ‘Summertime ’06’ premiered on Beats 1 this afternoon.
It's a jungle out there
And drummer Tomas Haake spilled the beans about the extreme inspirations for new album 'The Violent Sleep of Reason.'
It’s the title track for their long-awaited new album and, yes, it’s quite sultry.
He might be high. They both might be high.
She's collaborated with everyone from Weezer to Death Cab, and now she's stepping out on her own, combining a love of pop and classical.
Earlier this month, London nightclub Fabric closed voluntarily following the deaths of two 18-year-old concertgoers due to drug overdoses over the past nine weeks. The club's license was then suspended, and put up for review. (A hearing...Show More Summary
Stream the new album, For This We Fought the Battle of Ages, and read an emotionally intense interview with guitarist/vocalist Vernon.
Make America Rage Again.
The LA duo have penned an end of summer anthem that encourages pleated pants, ill-advised affairs, and escape.
Here's what happens when the world's most beloved heavy music trailblazers announce a last minute show in a pub and it sells out in 11 seconds.
Since officially launching back in 2013, the Moving Castle collective, home to talents like Manila Killa, Chet Porter, Robokid + more, has quickly established itself as the prime destination for several of the dance music industry’s most eclectic, promising visionaries. Kid Froopy is the latest to join the ranks of the impressive Moving Castle roster […]
Plus new tracks from P Money and Krept & Konan.
The accidental indie pioneer reflects on his post-American Football catalog.
Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign by Hirax's Katon de Pena, iconic Motörhead’ frontman Lemmy Kilmister will never have to leave his favorite bar.
He definitely did some dirt there back in ’74.
At 70 years of age, most of us are thinking about slowing down and enjoying a well-deserved rest. But not John McEuen. The banjo maven has 50 years of professional music behind him and says that he is as excited about his new project, Made In Brooklyn, […] The post John McEuen – Made In Brooklyn appeared first on Bluegrass Today.
Who is sexing to Muse? Why? Wait, I don't want the answer.