If you care about music and you use the internet, you've no doubt read the recent essay in which Pomplamoose opened a window into their finances.
YouTube Music Key could be the start of something much, much bigger.
The guys in U2 are more or less alone among their peers when it comes to being utterly open about their quest to maintain a grip on their audience.
What do we talk about when we talk about 1989? Well, these days, mostly we talk about Taylor Swift.
It's hard not to love the convenience of streaming music.
On the eve of releasing his 14th studio set, 'Boxers,' Matthew Ryan was lucid enough to take part in a sprawling conversation with us.
Matthew Ryan's 'Boxers' is the 14th studio album in a recording career that's made a proud tradition of venturing, torch aloft, into the darkness of the human heart and raging against the dying of the light.
Commercially, the Call were barely a footnote; but for certain listeners, their albums contained some of the most emotionally resonant rock of the '80s.
How foxy is Mitsubishi's new Outlander Sport? Foxy enough to make the moon fall in love with it, apparently -- and to resurrect Bobby Caldwell's career-defining hit 'What You Won't Do for Love' for a new commercial.
Some of us still haven't gotten used to the idea that video games have trailers now, but if any of 2013's new games deserve one, it's the highly anticipated 'Call of Duty: Ghosts.' And for proof, here's a commercial that highlights the upcoming title's graphics and gameplay to the strains of Eminem's 'Survival.'