Kiss From A Rose, Don’t Cry, Prayer For The Dying. Remember all these memorable hits? Seal, the Grammy Award winning artist with the smooth, soulful voice, is about to release… READ ON
The new Michael Cera film Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World has a soundtrack that boasts four new songs by Beck under the pseudonym Sex Bob-omb and two versions of a… READ ON
This week, The Black Crowes offer up Croweology, a two-disc retrospective featuring newly-recorded acoustic versions of favorites from the band’s impressive 20-year canon along with a cover of the Gram… READ ON
Whatcha Say singer Jason Derulo is raising the mobile karaoke bar for iPhone and iPod touch users with The Derulo iOKi App, which has expanded on usual mobile karaoke features… READ ON
The Win Butler-led, seven-member Canadian band Arcade Fire is back with their third album to date, The Suburbs, which took three years to make and finds inspiration in Springsteen-esque American… READ ON
Remember Steve McMorran from Trading Yesterday? He’s baaaaack, with a brand new band and more melodic, evocative songs.
But don’t listen to us…check out the new video for “Say The… READ ON
Ryan Seacrest woke Ke$ha up with some good news Tuesday on his KIIS-FM radio show, telling the burgeoning pop star she’s been nominated for three MTV Video Music Awards for… READ ON
Kings of Leon may have been the headlining act of the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival this weekend in San Francisco, but never count out the old dog on… READ ON
“We’re very stocked to play for…America!” Pop rock band Runner Runner blogs for from the Green Room and backstage on Jimmy Kimmel Live. See who was brought to tears. And… READ ON
“You broke the quick-giving heart of a kid and you’re now coming back to a man,” the band Dawes sang during its intimate set at the Chase Freedom Lounge during… READ ON
Canadian wonder twins Tegan & Sara have just kicked off a two-month US tour and there’s a lot going on in their world, so let us bring you up to… READ ON
Our brand-new star, Tamar Kaprelian, is off the road and home for a minute. With our little Vado camera, she records herself at home and at her piano “where I… READ ON
California metalcore band Avenged Sevenfold’s fifth studio album, Nightmare, is the first since the passing of drummer Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan on December 28, 2009 from an accidental overdose at… READ ON
Last night, on a balmy summer evening in Brooklyn, Rufus Wainwright gave New Yorkers a magical musical experience as part of the “Celebrate Brooklyn” festivities.
Not about to let the… READ ON
The streets of downtown Los Angeles were filled with the music from the original good girl gone bad, Rihanna. Her first headlining tour in North America has been a major… READ ON
Fresh off her sold out performance at NYC’s The Bitter End, singer/songwriter Emma Lasry will be performing live at the Rockwood Music Hall in New York City on August 2,… READ ON
They may be on strike with MTV, but that won’t stop Pauly D., Snooki, The Situation and JWoww from dropping some mighty big beats this week with the release of… READ ON
We’re on tour with Tamar “New Day” Kaprelian and her “peeps.” This week the lovely singer video blogs from Ann Arbor Michigan, and “sings a little song” just for us!… READ ON
AMERICAN HI-FI– Stacy Jones (singer/guitarist), Drew Parsons (bass), Jamie Arentzen (guitars) and Brian Nolan (drums)–has just released the video for “Lost” from their forthcoming album, FIGHT THE FREQUENCY.
The album… READ ON
This week, Crowded House releases a new album, Intriguer, and kicks off a U.S. tour that wraps up in September at House of Blues in Chicago. Here, frontman Neil Finn… READ ON
Pop-soul newcomers Nikki & Rich are bringing us a little of Everything, this summer. Harkening back to the sound of classic ‘60s girl groups, hip-hop with some R&B thrown in,… READ ON