• Music Review: Mumford & Sons go digital; songs go thud

    Mumford & Sons, "Wilder Mind" (Glassnote)

    Associated Press
  • Apple reportedly having problems inking last-minute streaming music deals

    Just days before the launch of iTunes Radio in 2013, Apple was still trying to make last-minute deals with record labels to get the service off the ground. In the case of iTunes Radio, which debuted at WWDC two years ago, Apple didn't have all the labels on board until Friday, the week before the…

    The Verge
  • Rocker Noel Gallagher goes for eclectic feel on 'Chasing Tomorrow'

    By Jennifer Atkinson NEW YORK (Reuters) - Singer/songwriter Noel Gallagher believes his second solo album, "Chasing Tomorrow," includes some of his best ever work with a range of instrumental melodies and an eclectic feel to it. The former lead guitarist and songwriter with the British rock group…

    Reuters
  • An official request to get Sir Foster, the Hawks' awesome organist, to play 'Pony'

    -- And there is one song every human being on earth enjoys, and that song is "Pony" by Ginuwine. -- With all these things considered, we would like to officially request, as a website, that Sir Foster play "Pony" at tonight's game. We believe this would a) spread awareness of Sir Foster and his…

    SB Nation
  • Music Review: Zac Brown Band eclectic on 'Jekyll + Hyde'

    Zac Brown Band, "Jekyll + Hyde" (Southern Ground/John Varvatos/Big Machine/Republic Nashville)

    Associated Press
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    Love And Hip Hop: Atlanta: Season 4

    Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta follows the lives of Atlanta’s hip-hop elite as they take on the trials and tribulations of juggling both their professional and personal lives…which often intersect and unravel for the whole world to see! After 3 seasons of ups and downs in both personal and professional…

    Internet Video Archive
  • StubHub adds band merchandise sales, VIP offers

    Online concert ticket-reseller StubHub is getting into the band merchandise business.

    Los Angeles Times
  • Music Review: Stapleton's solo CD takes road less travelled

    Chris Stapleton, "Traveller" (Mercury Nashville)

    Associated Press
  • There’s A Good Chance You’ve Already Heard This Year’s Song Of The Summer

    May is here, which means one thing for an entertainment writer such as myself: We’re rapidly coming up on summer, when summer blockbusters start creeping into theaters and the race for the “song of the summer” kicks into gear. I’ve previously looked into what makes the song of the summer (a…

    FiveThirtyEight
  • FKA Twigs, Run the Jewels, Beggars Group Lead Libera Awards Nominations

    FKA Twigs, Run the Jewels and Aphex Twin are among the leading nominees for this year's 4th Annual Libera Awards, a celebration of the independent music scene that caps A2IM's Indie Week conference next month in New York City.

    Billboard
  • 5 Seconds of Summer Debut New Song at Tour Kickoff

    It's may not be summer yet, but it's already getting pretty hot for 5 Seconds of Summer fans as the band kicked off their Rock Out With Your Socks Out Tour on Monday (May 4) in Portugal.

    Billboard
  • First Artists Partners Leaving to Form New Agency, Fortress Talent Management

    Robert Messinger, Rich Jacobellis and Randy Gerston will represent such Oscar- and Golden Globe-winning composers as Howard Shore ("The Hobbit"), Gustavo Santaolalla ("Brokeback Mountain") and Philip Glass ("The Hours").

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Live Music and Great Dining: A Mighty New Combo

    Music venues with a strong culinary element are popping up all over the city this year. We've grown accustomed to long-standing food trends in this city: kale, craft beer and food trucks, and a huge boom in the last few years of pizzerias and Asian eateries. Something we haven't encountered is a…

    Eater Denver
  • DJ legend van Dyk unites Middle East with dance music

    He is unlikely to be named a Middle East peace negotiator, but DJ superstar Paul van Dyk says that his music in a way has succeeded where politics has failed. "The Politics of Dancing 3," the German DJ's latest album which was released Monday, brings together artists from around the Middle East in…

    AFP
  • So, James Taylor Has A New Song About The Boston Red Sox

    James Taylor can expect a Bronx cheer from Yankee fans for this.The honey-voiced singer-songwriter has penned a song about his beloved Boston Red Sox and their long-suffering fan base.It's called "Angels of Fenway," and it premiered Sunday with a video on the scoreboard at the Yankees-Red Sox game…

    Huffington Post
  • HBO Orders an '80s-Set Music-Video Comedy from David Fincher

    Did you know that at one point, music was just music? Like, you would listen to a song on something called a "radio" and you'd have to make up the singer's face in your mind because it was a purely aural medium. But then the 1980s came along and the music video came into the mainstream thanks to…

    TV.com
  • Music Monday (5/4): This Week's New Albums + Videos

    Our guide to this week's album releases also features the week's top new music videos from artists like Muse, Alabama Shakes, and Major Lazer, plus brand new streaming music from the likes of Disclosure, Miguel, Tame Impala, Surfer Blood, and more. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at…

    Metacritic
  • Next in Apple's crosshairs? Free music streaming at Spotify

    A report says Apple's latest tactic to catch up in the streaming-music race is pushing labels to cut off free listening options at rivals like Spotify, which has the Department of Justice sniffing around.

    CNET