On April 17, GRLwood introduced their raging rock sound to the world with debut single “Bisexual.” Today, the duo is premiering the feverish video for the track. The clip splices together a compilation basement jam sessions, piles industrial
Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey’s “The Middle” finds itself on top multiple charts in Nielsen Music’s mid-year 2018 dance/electronic roundup. The smash collaboration was the biggest selling song in the genre in the first half the year,
Philadelphia four-piece Queen Jeans are the band you didn’t know you were missing, shimmying around your ears with vibrant three-part harmonies and ‘60s girl group and doo-wop hooks you don’t hear on your typical punk rock bill.
The Vans House Party Series has announced a night curated by Blondie on July 20 in Brooklyn, NY. The iconic band will headline the show and be joined by indie-rocker Liz Phair and former Cherry Glazerr keyboardist SASAMI. Blondie co-founder Chris Stein will also
Before The Twilight Sad took the stage on Sunday (July 8) at the British Summer Time Festival in London's Hyde Park, lead singer James Graham and guitarist Andy MacFarlane spoke to NME about losing friend and Frightened Rabbit front man
Today (July 9), Good Charlotte announced that they'll be kicking f a massive North American tour this fall in support their highly anticipated seventh studio album Generation Rx. The tour will start f in Mexico City on Oct. 12 and will finish in Las
One may be stunned, upon listening to the album, that Moby recorded all 12 tracks Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt alone in his home studio. Of course, that's no strange feat for the storied music maker. He
The drought is almost over. Iggy Azalea surprised fans Thursday (July 5) when she dropped two new singles: the grimy “Kream” featuring Tyga and the similarly dark “Tokyo Snow Trip.” In a recent interview, the Australian rapper compared
A community-building showcase global protest, folk and party music took over a medieval village in Catalunya. And yes, there were clowns. Over the last weekend in June, the Clownia festival took over Sant Joan de les Abadesses,
U2 arrived in Berlin to record the album that would become Achtung Baby the evening before East and West Germany reunified. It was October 1990, and the wall dividing the city had fallen, unexpectedly, less than a year earlier.