• Noel Gallagher Is Pretty Sure No One Besides Taylor Swift's Parents Thinks She's Talented

    Oasis alum and notoriously opinionated Brit Noel Gallagher dissed Taylor Swift in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, saying he doesn't think anyone besides her parents thinks she's talented

    Us Weekly
  • Spotify's Top 10 most streamed tracks

    The following list represents the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday, Feb. 23 to Sunday, March 2 via Facebook, ...

    Associated Press
  • How One YouTube Star Has Mastered the One-Take Music Video

    Artist, producer, and filmmaker Kurt Hugo Schneider combined his music and filmmaking skills to get "Huge on The Tube" (#HOTT). He crafted an epic one-take Bruno Mars medley starring Max Schneider and Victoria Justice. Eighteen million views and almost 30,000 comments later, Kurt gives a…

    Huffington Post
  • CMA Music Festival 2015 Announces Headliners

    Every summer, the CMA Music Festival takes over the clubs, conference halls and NFL football stadiums of downtown Nashville. It's like country music's own version of South by Southwest, with less BBQ buffets and more pedal steel guitar rigs.  Some of the best moments occur during the off-hours,…

    Rolling Stone
  • Metallica's Lars Ulrich on New Album: 'We Are F--king in It!'

    Metallica may be re-releasing their back catalog and playing a handful of concerts this summer, but those things are not getting in the way of making a new album. drummer Lars Ulrich emphatically tells Rolling Stone "We are effing in it. We've got lots of songs, and we're honing them and tweaking…

    Wochit
  • Remi's 'Raw X Infinity' Wins the Australian Music Prize

    The 23-year-old hip-hop artist's album Raw X Infinity was declared the winner at a ceremony in Sydney on Wednesday

    Billboard
  • Sleater-Kinney and 2.5 Wave Feminism

    Last night, I saw my first riot grrrl concert when Sleater-Kinney took the stage in Pittsburgh for the first time in 19 years.The show was sold-out. It was good. My ears hurt. I recognized about half the songs after marathon listening sessions in the prior weeks. I didn't care when I didn't…

    Huffington Post
  • Bjork museum retrospective tests boundaries of music

    In one of its most complex and ambitious exhibitions, the Museum of Modern Art has designed a career retrospective on Bjork that probes the question -- just how does one put music on a wall? The highlight of the two-floor retrospective, which opens to the public Sunday and runs until June 7, is a…

    AFP
  • A Symphony for Cats

    A team of psychologists at the University of Wisconsin created custom music designed to appeal to cats by mixing beats that fall into the same frequency range that cats use to communicate with one another. The songs also have a tempo  similar to the beat that cats purr to. When researchers played…

    The Atlantic
  • Learn to Grill Steak From Illustrious Rapper Bun B

    The Houston rapper displays his grilling prowess at the rodeo cook-off.

    Eater Houston
  • Brian Wilson Tribute Concert Planned for Los Angeles

    Beach Boys singer-songwriter Brian Wilson will be the subject of a tribute concert in Los Angeles at the end of the month in anticipation of his upcoming new solo album, No Pier Pressure. The show – officially titled "Brian Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of Brian Wilson" –...

    Rolling Stone
  • Conductor Rattle coming home to lead Britain's LSO

    One of classical music's biggest names, British conductor Simon Rattle, is going home to lead the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), he said Tuesday, following news of his departure from the Berlin Philharmonic. The shaggy-haired 60-year-old will become music director at the LSO in September 2017,…

    AFP Relax News
  • Surprising Song Writers: Famous Artists Who Wrote Songs That Others Turned Into Chart Toppers

    What do The Shirelles' "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?," The Chiffons' "One Fine Day," Little Eva's "Loco-Motion," The Drifters' "Up on the Roof," Neil Sedaka's "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," and Bobby Vee's "Take Good Care of My Baby" all have in common? Many people don't realize that these hit…

    Huffington Post
  • Artiphon's Instrument 1 crams most of the music store in one gadget

    We first caught up with the folks behind Artiphon at NAMM 2013, and after taking the time to redesign its Instrument 1, the company is hoping to crowdfund the device. For those that may not remember, the ...

    Engadget
  • Photo Release -- Devon Allman Presents Friday Night Blues in Ameristar's Bottleneck Blues Bar

    ST. LOUIS -- Join us 9:30 p.m. Friday, April 3, as Ruf Recording artist, Devon Allman officially comes home to "his house," the Bottleneck Blues Bar (BBB) at Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles, ...

    GlobeNewswire
  • Off topic: Spock on the money, underwear by the numbers, music evolution, Will Smith’s career

    In Canada, “spocking fives” in honor of Leonard Nimoy. In case you wanted to know, boxer briefs now make up 40 percent of U.S. men’s underwear sales. Did the Beatles start

    San Jose Mercury News
  • To LeAnn Rimes, Nothing Is Sacred

    We don't deserve this, but then again, we don't deserve a number of things that LeAnn Rimes does to us, so here it is: LeAnn did a cover of "Someone Like You," that beautiful song by the even more beautiful Adele. That's right, LeAnn Rimes did something that made us put her name in the same…

    Wochit
  • David Gilmour Plans New Solo Album for Fall

    Pink Floyd frontman David Gilmour will put out his first solo album in nine years later this year. Although he revealed no other details about the as-yet-untitled LP on his website, he has scheduled a number of tour dates in the U.K. and Europe for this September that will coincide...

    Rolling Stone