Marina's star shines bright and her iridescent pop shines brighter. Froot is her most solid album yet. Her tour continues into the new year throughout Europe.
The artist BOOTS made his name producing tracks for Beyoncé and others. Now he's pushing his career forward and releasing a dark, industrial solo album AQUARIA.
Fierce female Héloïse Letissier, mastermind of Christine and the Queens, headlined Webster Hall following two nights opening for Marina and the Diamonds.
Anderson East finished a run opening for the Lone Bellow in typical fiery fashion before announcing a headlining tour for 2016 the next day.
John Mark Nelson is a promising young singer-songwriter from Minnesota and a listen to his new album I'm Not Afraid should add you to his growing pile of fans.
Blur's bi-coastal arena shows beckoned fans far and wide as the band performed songs from The Magic Whip and lots of other hits and rarities. Their documentary New World Towers is part of the DOC NYC festival this Sunday.
Chris Cornell has an illustrious career in rock and his solo tour distills the power of his work, with bands like Soundgarden and Audioslave and solo, to two elements, his voice and his guitar.
Disclosure's massive sound and awesome lights made for quite a show at Madison Square Garden.
Battles are not for the faint of heart. The three-piece band allowed us to photograph their sound check and the final show of their US tour.
Josh Ritter always has the biggest smiles when performing but his new album Sermon on the Rocks has him jumping for joy.