• Artist Spotlight With Music Producer and Performer, MartyParty

    Veteran producer Martin Folb, more famously known as MartyParty, has been traversing sonic landscapes on an endless quest to create what he calls "purple music." Hailing from South Africa, but finding a home in Miami, Florida, MartyParty has lived multiple lives, all of them working together in…

    Huffington Post
  • Zac Brown Band Take Chances at Jekyll + Hyde Tour Opener

    Zac Brown and his band of nimble-fingered shredders never shy away from taking risks and don't back down from broadening an already exceedingly eclectic sonic palette. And Friday night in Nashville, where — following a warm-up show Wednesday night in Tupelo, Mississippi — the band officially opened…

    Rolling Stone
  • 'Transitory' Orphan, New Girl's 'Slow Southern Style' and More TV Tunes

    We may not have that new religion that’ll bring you to your knees, but we do have an all new TVLine Mixtape! What follows is an array of songs recently featured on your favorite shows, including artist and album information in case you want to add them to your personal collection. Spoilers…

    TVLine.com
  • Minnesota Music!

    Minnesota has a long and storied history of music making. From the Hutchinson Family Singers during the Civil War to the Andrews Sisters in World War II to Bob Dylan, Prince, funk, punk, and beyond, the creation and enjoyment of music is central to our cultural life. Currently on display in the…

    Huffington Post
  • Charlotte Moss on Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Gypsy’

    “Gypsy,” a song by Fleetwood Mac, stirs the soul of interior designer Charlotte Moss and gives her more confidence to take chances.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Fun.'s Andrew Dost Talks Writing Film Song With Jack Antonoff, 'Nebulous' Future of Their Band

    Fun.’s future, according to Dost, is “sort of all nebulous. I’ve just started reconciling that it’s not going to be on any timetable I’m concerned with. So I’m going to keep doing my thing, treating it like a loose collective.”

    Billboard
  • They Might Be Giants Hope to Build a New Career Arc 25 Years After ‘Flood’

    “So much of our culture right now is people at work looking for a good reason to stop working. They just want to take a break, so they’re grazing on viral videos. I feel like this Dial-a-Song project fits in with that, but hopefully it’s a little more meaningful than that and will have some…

    Live Nation
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    Bedingungslos

    Music video by Kate, Ben performing Bedingungslos. (C) 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (GERMANY) GmbH

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  • Grooveshark Shuts Down After Eight Years

    Music streaming service Grooveshark has ceased operation. The now-inactive site merely displays a message from the company, noting that a settlement agreement with major labels progressed the immediate shutdown. According to Exclaim, Grooveshark — which launched in 2007 — had been served with a…

    Rolling Stone
  • WATCH: Jimmy Butler enthusiastically sings Taylor Swift

    Often caught jamming out to Taylor Swift before and after games, Jimmy Butler's love of the pop singer is well documented. 

    CBS Sports
  • Roger Waters Slams Silicon Valley's 'Rogues and Thieves'

    Roger Waters is the latest artist to slam streaming music as the Pink Floyd great accused Silicon Valley execs of being "rogues and thieves" for the way they have reshaped the music industry. In a new interview, Waters talks about how difficult it is for an artist to thrive in an age where...

    Rolling Stone
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    Remembering Ben E. King, Who Sang 'Stand By Me'

    The song that was an American original endured the generations with a simple message.

    ABC News Videos
  • Featured New Artist: Exes , With Exclusive Video Premiere "Marshall"

    "Marshall" by ExesRiding on the wave of excitement around a new Sony/ATV licensing deal, newcomers L.A.-based indie pop-punk rock band Exes vault on the alternative music scene after being "Birthed in a bedroom studio after a lifetime of screaming the choruses 'El Scorcho' and 'Your Little Hoodrat…

    Huffington Post
  • Romeo Santos and Enrique Iglesias sweep Latin music awards

    CORAL GABLES, Florida (AP) — Romeo Santos and Enrique Iglesias swept the Billboard Latin Music Awards, but Jennifer Lopez may have stolen the show.

    Associated Press
  • The 'Oops!' That Funked Up Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars

    getting sued. After similarities emerged between “Uptown Funk” and The Gap Band’s 1979 song “Oops Up Side Your Head," Ronson and Mars ended up having to concede co-writer credits to all five members of the '70s funk group.

    Live Nation
  • Eric Clapton celebrates 70th birthday by rocking the Garden

    NEW YORK (AP) — It was Eric Clapton's birthday celebration, but it was the sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden that got a gift as the guitar god enthralled during a two-hour concert that included some of his biggest hits and guest stars including John Mayer.

    Associated Press
  • De La Soul raises over $600,000 on Kickstarter for first new album in a decade

    Last month, hip-hop masterminds De La Soul announced they were funding their first studio LP in 11 years on Kickstarter.

    The Verge