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Adam Levine hits the stage to belt out his band Maroon 5‘s song “Maps” on The Today Show on Monday morning (September 1) in New York City. The 35-year-old singer and the band also performed their song “One More Night” for the energetic crowd on the Labor Day holiday. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
Sounds like: Madonna, Kate Bush, Giorgio Moroder Song: Salt Ashes - If You Let Me Go What's so good? Do you ever accidentally set you alarm for PM instead of AM? Well, I did last night, and I wok up just in the nick of time to write this premiere. Salt Ashes' newest single has a very uplifting quality. Show More Summary
Summer once again subsides into the sweetness of September. This calls for a song, September in the Rain, not that there is much that could be called rain in these parts. But the Arizona monsoon looks to be over, the...
Remember when everyone knew this song? What happened? Sure, we all know how the politicians turned against working people. But why did unions give up on getting their message out and building public support? How did they lose it? How do you think they can get it back?
After Super Smash Bros. launches on 3DS, you can walk along to your personal anthem from its soundtrack. If you're lucky enough, your song might land on the dual-disc sampling offered to Club Nintendo members, which would ensure you'd have a copy to...
Sounds like: Tinariwen, Tamikrest Song: Bombino - Amidinine What's so good? For Tuareg guitarist and singer-songwriter Omara “Bombino” Moctarin, being a musician is more than a profession -- it's a lifestyle that's taken him from a government uprising in northern Niger to no. Show More Summary
Tattoos usually hold a deep meaning to those who decide to permanently plaster them on their skin. Unsurprisingly, people find music as a source of inspiration for their body art. From instruments, meaningful song lyrics, gear and portraits...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Royal Teeth, Walk The Moon, Givers Song: Wolf Gang - Lay Your Love Down What's so good? Wolf Gang is a four-piece band from London, England comprised of Max McElligott, James Wood, Gavin Slater, and Lasse Petersen. Since...Show More Summary
The Purple One previews his two forthcoming albums with two more tracks.
Calvin Harris, hitmaking dance producer, and John Newman, rising soul singer, have released yet another snippet of its collaboration “Blame,” available Sept. 7. While last month’s preview seemed to reveal the song’s intro, the new teaser appears to pick up right where that left off. Newton’s distinctive vocals heard over a spare synth melody and... More »
Sounds like: Wolf Parade, Broken Social Scene Song: Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #2 (Laika) What's so good? It's throwback Monday. Deal with it. Arcade Fire's "Neighborhood #2 (Laika)" traces itself all the way back to 2005 when it was released as the second official single off Funeral. Show More Summary
Ever heard of the phrase “Follow your heart?” We see it everywhere from the cartoons we saw growing up to lines in songs and graphics on T-shirts. It’s a way of life to some people, creating a seemingly passionate and romantic way of living to the fullest. Choosing to follow your heart is a bold Keep Reading ?
Sounds like: Colin Meloy, Tarkio, The Shins Song: The Decemberists - Los Angeles, I'm Yours What's so good? It's Labor Day in the USA which means that most artists -- with an eye for the global landscape -- will hold back on any newShow More Summary
"I have lots of songs to write about. Lots of things to write about." So says a teenage Katy Perry -- then Katy Hudson -- in a newly unearthed video from 2001 posted to Vimeo by award-winning cinematographer and videographer Jim Standridge. "I...Show More Summary
Anti-establishment punk band lends their song "You Might Think He Loves You For Your Money".
David Guetta is reportedly hard at work on his next proper studio album. According to the French DJ, he wants to put together a collection of songs that is “timeless.” Although the idea of a “timeless” dance tune sounds like a pipe dream, Guetta seems determined to make it happen. Show More Summary
Remember when a song about unions was actually played on the radio? It was 1973, and the band was the Strawbs. "Part of the Union" went to No. 2 on the UK charts. My beloved dad was a union member, and he'd come home and talk about contract negotiations at the dinner table. (Guess that's where my interest in politics began.) What about you? Any union households out there?
If aliens came to Earth and used these song lyrics to understand how we experience summer, here's what they'd learn