Courtney Love’s Autobiography: 6 Questions We Hope Her Book Answers
Courtney's got some explaining to do...
10 Surprise Albums We Hope to See in 2014
In 2013, musicians took advantage of the element of surprise. We hope that continues in 2014.
Brooklyn’s Big Ups On Jodie Foster, Homemade Slime + Debut Album ‘Eighteen Hours of Static’
If you’ve been searching for a band that draws inspiration from a Jodie Foster flick -- and the likes of the Descendents, the Jesus Lizard and Pissed Jeans -- and loves to occasionally douse its fans in homemade slime, Big Ups may be for you.
10 Most Shocking Stories of 2013
Full of twerking, Twitter trashing and tragedy, 2013 has been a busy year in the world of music.
The Blues And Greys’ Lindsey Waldon On Jazz and Punk Influences + New EP ‘Bright Lights’
If you’re a fan of MTV’s 'Awkward' or happen to pay attention to songs on TV commercials, you may know the Blues And Greys. But there’s a lot more to them than their single ‘Bright Lights,' and their debut EP of the same name (out now on Wednesday Records) showcases the sound that’s earned them comparisons to Lana Del Rey and Lorde.
Molina Davina, ‘Bodies’ – Exclusive Song Premiere
Musical inspiration can strike at any time, and for Rebecca Davina Bortman (My First Earthquake/Happy Fangs), 'Bodies' began as a tune she recorded on her cell phone one night.
The Killers Call on ‘Glee’ Star Dianna Agron for ‘Just Another Girl’ Video
When you’re releasing a greatest hits album, you can’t help but reminisce about the past. For the Killers, the video for ‘Just Another Girl’ serves as the perfect time machine vessel to visit videos of their past, and they do it with help from 'Glee' star Dianna Agron.
Voyeur Discusses ‘Pain-Inducing’ Writing Process, Love of ‘Self-Obsessed’ Artists
22-year-old musician Robert Seawell has drawn quite a few comparisons to recent Mercury Prize winner James Blake with his new musical project Voyeur, but his debut EP, ‘Little Death’, proves that he has much more to offer than a replicated collection of Blake-like material.
Take a Sneak Peek at the New Rough Trade NYC Store
Chances are, if you’ve been to London, then you’ve seen at least a dozen people walking down the street with Rough Trade tote bags slung over their shoulders. And while the record shop has become the trendy place to go to for purchasing the latest record from the coolest new buzz band or watching them play an in-store gig, that’s kind of the beauty of the place.
Alvvays Singer Molly Rankin on Starting a New Band, Chad VanGaalen’s ‘Weird’ Studio
Last week, Toronto-based four-piece Alvvays premiered the video for their new single ‘Adult Diversion’, which vocalist Molly Rankin classifies as “a nice poppy banger”. It’s certainly a leap from what people may expect from a fiddle-playing descendant of Canadian family folk group The Rankin Family.