Sounds like: Kidkanevil, Robot Koch, Mike Gao Song: Daisuke Tanabe - Paper Planes What's so good? New music from Japanese producer Daisuke Tanabe is just what the doctor ordered. His productions are creative, unapologetically intricate,...Show More Summary
The follow-up to 2012's Confess should arrive in October.
“My way is the only way” is a lyric you’ll hear in the glorious new song by guitarist Gus G. called “Blame It On Me”, which also features vocalist Mats Levén. This is taken from his Century Media album, I Am The Fire. The song is nice and heavy with a pop touch, may this […]
When you’re up in the mountains, what do you think of? What do you listen to? For the folks in Eluveitie, you may await a call, and that’s what they did in their new song from their latest album, Origins (Nuclear Blast), to be released next week Tuesday (August 5th).
Redditor francisflute drafted a 1,400-word epic imagining the final book the the A Song of Ice and Fire series if every fan theory turned out to be correct. Here's some highlights: Read more...
While country/western has never appealed to my tastes, I have to say that this song is pretty entertaining. It might actually be the only country/western song to contain clever, thought-out lyrics. Plus, it's got some serious societal commentary and genre criticism delivered with all the (completely-warranted) sass it needs. Show More Summary
Kingfisher (Topshelf) is the new album from Prawn that will be out in a few weeks (August 12th to be exact) and the band would like to share a song from it with you. It’s called “First As Tragedy, Second As Farce”, so have at it and have fun.
T he story goes that Sin came to the earth when Adam and Eve ate from an apple. So it’s only fitting, that the man behind the 1989 song Sin from the triple platinum album, "Pretty Hate Machine", is now reportedly joining Apple. According...Show More Summary
One man. 21 video game theme songs. A whole lot of really, really silly costumes. Read more...
With National Day just around the corner, we shine the spotlight on Singaporean cultural icon Dick Lee – composer of "Home", arguably the most popular National Day song of all time. Read the rest of the story at: In Conversation: Singaporean Cultural Icon Dick Lee
In our Walkmen cover story, Hamilton Leithauser talked about how Frank Sinatra was a big influence on him in the lead-up to 2012?s Heaven and his recent solo album Black Hours — he even bought the same vintage mic that Sinatra had used to record his songs. In a Lagniappe Session for Aquarium Drunkard, Leithauser [...]
Really though, this is the perfect theme song for the troubled 10 year olds of Tumblr.
Vin Diesel has proved he can sing a song by Sam Smith — and Sam Smith thinks Vin Diesel was pretty flippin' awesome when he was singing it.
Holding the unofficial title of Song of the Summer has officially become a big deal in the music business. While music fans are still debating this year's top pick, we've collected seven memorable songs of summers past.
To atone for exposing you to Call of Duty‘s verbal atrocities, we present James Earl Jones – the voice of Darth Vader and Mufasa – reading Walt Whitman’s A Song of Myself. Read along here. Recorded in 1973 at 92nd Street Y.
Hilary Duff shows off her toned arms in a sleeveless top while exiting a gym after a workout on Wednesday (July 30) in West Hollywood, Calif. Earlier in the week, the 26-year-old entertainer dropped the new music video for her latest single “Chasing the Sun.” PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Hilary Duff Hilary [...]
An astonishing number of artists, from Willie Nelson to Carol Channing, have covered Billy Joe Shaver’s songs. Here are four artists who covered Mr. Shaver’s songs and one who recorded a song about him.
Beyoncé and Jay Z might be headed for a split if you believe the newest batch of rumors, this time from Media Take Out. According to the site, Beyoncé Knowles recently laid down a track with Nicki Minaj. On said track, Bey raps about her life — and reportedly makes direct remarks about her marriage.
This video for this version of the song "Seattle" is cut with scenes from Here Come the Brides, a sitcom that ran from 1968 to 1970 and concerned a shipment of "marriageable women" that landed in Seattle after a lumber tycoon's wood chucks threatened to leave work because they weren't getting laid. Show More Summary
Janelle Monae has just released a catchy new dance anthem for her song "Electric Lady" and the video has everything you’d expect from the Outkast descendant — cupcake-baking ladies, a retro-futuristic sorority setting, light saber group dancing and a groovealicious...