NPR's popular music department will host their very own showcase at this year's SXSW in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, March 18.
If there's one thing we can all agree on when it comes to SXSW, it's that there is a little bit -- or sometimes, a lot -- of something for everyone.
The digital version of Bjork's Vulnicura may have dropped earlier than anticipated, but the physical release of her latest album will hit stores on schedule.
James Bay makes "FourFiveSeconds" his own.
It’s been more than a year since L.A. indie-pop outfit Echosmith dropped their debut long-player, but they're still captivating us with their performances.
This week, I find myself in the awkward position of defending a piece of music I pretty much despise: Robin Thicke's grating, sexist "Blurred Lines."
Modest Mouse have unveiled yet another new track from their upcoming LP, Strangers to Ourselves.
We’re closing in on this year’s Record Store Day, and in preparation, Rough Trade will host a press conference announcing the 400 releases that can be expected.
Third Man Records has unveiled some very exciting details for a White Stripes Record Store Day exclusive vinyl release.
In a recent interview, Noel Gallagher opens up about his brother's focus on fashion, Kanye West and why he's not necessarily the biggest fan of Maroon 5.