• Liam Gallagher Blasts Kanye West's "Utter S--t" Brit Awards Performance

    Liam Gallagher took to Twitter on Wednesday evening, Feb. 25, blasting Kanye West for his "utter s--t" performance at the 2015 Brit Awards -- read his tweets!

    Us Weekly
  • Kanye West Apologizes to Beck for Grammys Outburst

    Three weeks after Kanye West blasted the Grammys and album of the year winner Beck, the rapper has taken to social media to apologize. On Thursday, West tweeted, “I would like to publicly apologize to Beck, I’m sorry Beck.” Shortly after, he also made an appeal to Bruno Mars, who he “used to hate…

    Variety
  • Drake's chart dominance is absolutely absurd

    Drake's album If You're Reading This it's Too Late dropped by surprise two weeks ago, and it continues to dominate the Billboard charts. The hip-hop artist currently has 21 of the 50 songs on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart.

    Vox.com
  • FCC begins historic net neutrality vote with this incredible funk music

    As we wait for the Federal Communications Commission to begin its historic meeting about net neutrality and the future of the internet, the FCC would like us to enjoy the smooth bass of New York funk and soul music. Over a static image announcing "TODAY'S PROGRAM WILL BEGIN AT 10:30AM," we've now…

    The Verge
  • 'Glory' Leads Oscar Music Sales Surge

    John Legend and Common's Oscar-winning song "Glory" from the film Selma garnered 28,000 downloads to notch its best sales week to date. The spike anchored a massive 184 percent sales gain for all music featured on the 87th Academy Awards for the week ending the day of the awards (February 22nd),…

    Rolling Stone
  • New albums will come out on Fridays instead of Tuesdays now. Blame Beyonce.

    Beyoncé is certainly a trendsetter in many ways. It's part of the reason the record industry has decided Tuesdays are no longer a good enough day to release new music in the United States. Billboard reports that, after seven months of negotiations, the record industry has decided that it will…

    Vox.com
  • Carly Rae Jepsen Announces New Single 'I Really Like You'

    The Canadian pop singer has revealed she's been working on new material, and she's ready to share the goods, starting with the single "I Really Like You."

    Billboard
  • Why Did Naya Rivera Announce Her Pregnancy on Big Sean’s Album Release Date?

    It’s very interesting that Naya Rivera announced her pregnancy on the same day her ex-fiancé Big Sean released his new album Dark Sky Paradise .

    Wochit
  • Punch Brothers on Defying Genres, Working With T Bone, and Staying Open to Unexpected Opportunities

    There are numerous bands that defy easy genre classification, choosing instead to draw on several different genres and styles to define their own unique sound. One such band is Punch Brothers. Drawing on elements of bluegrass, jazz, classical, pop and roots music, the Brooklyn-based five-piece is…

    Live Nation
  • You can now store 50,000 songs online with Google Play Music

    Google just made its Play Music service a bit more appealing, even if you don’t use a Google Android phone. You can now upload 50,000 songs to your Google Play Music account at no charge; the previous ...

    Gigaom
  • Wolf Alice's hotly tipped debut album gets release date

    The buzz-worthy UK band Wolf Alice, which graced many a "ones to watch" list for 2015, has announced its debut album "My Love is Cool" will be out in June. Longlisted for the BBC Music Sound of 2015, the alternative grunge rock band from London debuted in 2013 with the single "Fluffy" and put out…

    AFP Relax News
  • Paris named host city for International Jazz Day 2015

    NEW YORK (AP) — Jazz musicians from around the world will gather this April in Paris for International Jazz Day, an event UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Herbie Hancock hopes will bring an uplifting "positive message" to a city still reeling from last month's terrorist attacks.

    Associated Press
  • Little Mix Drops Surprise Music Video And Song

    Little Mix is coming out with another album this year, but Mixers now have an extra-special treat because the band secretly released a music video for their new song, "Dreamin' Together," with a Japanese pop group called Flower!

    Huffington Post
  • Drake Calls out Chris Brown in Concert

    As their public feud escalated once again, rapper Drake changed the lyrics to one of his songs to intentionally diss Chris Brown during a concert in New Zealand.

    Jukin Media
  • Listen to Thom Yorke's Minimalist 'UK Gold' Score Contributions

    Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood wasn't the only band member working on film scores during the band's hiatus. Between Thom Yorke's surprise solo album Tomorrow's Modern Boxes and working on the new Radiohead album, the singer managed to sneak in some minimalist soundscapes to help score the…

    Rolling Stone
  • ‘House of Cards’ Composer Jeff Beal on the Upcoming Season’s Score

    It’s not unusual to see a composer conduct his own music in Hollywood. But it is startling to watch one lead an entire orchestra, and record the result himself without a scoring mixer — in the living room of his own house. Oh, and add to that the fact the show happens to be one... Read more »

    Variety
  • Kanye West Apologizes to Beck for Grammy Outburst

    Kanye West has finally apologized to Beck for rushing the stage during the folk singer’s Best Album win at the Grammys Feb 8. “I would like to publicly apologize to Beck, I’m sorry Beck,” West tweeted Thursday. I would like to publicly apologize to Beck, I’m sorry Beck. In a now infamous moment…

    The Wrap
  • Starbucks's Failed Music Revolution

    Starbucks will stop selling CDs at the end of the month, and it isn't hip to cry about it. In this long era of music-sales decline, Starbucks represented the possibility that album shopping could again be a physical experience for a mass market.

    The Atlantic