Thursday, March 12 2015
North Carolina indie-folk group Lowland Hum shares a gorgeous new video for the anthemic "Odell".
SXSW has staked out its own distinct territory by spotlighting commercial comedies that are vital to the movie business but rarely show up at festivals such as Sundance, Toronto or Cannes.
Steve Gunn and the Black Twig Pickers are one of the most interesting bluegrass/Americana offshoots in recent memory.
This morning Björk shared a new video from her recent Vulnicura project.
Madonna opens her strong new album with “Living for Love", a jubilant house jam about moving beyond a debilitating breakup. But love, of course, is only one of the things that pop’s most paradoxical superstar is living for these days.
Hear the first single from the Virginia singer/songwriter Pat McGee's upcoming self-titled album, "Overboard".
For Empire, Fox is following a model similar to that of “Glee.” The network partnered with Columbia Records to release the music after each episode. The label also signed Smollett and Gray, to solo deals.
There Is Something I Want You To Do reminds us that happiness, like morality, is fluid and that we must guard it accordingly.
Wednesday, March 11 2015
With "Lonesome Town", Danish composer and songwriter Emil Friis has crafted a "Coen brothers sonic film."
The waifish vocals and electronic pulse of CHVRCHES meets a rock sensibility with the latest by the Los Angeles outfit Howls, "White Noise".