24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Sam Smith announced his next single on Twitter Friday morning. It will be "Like I Can," another soaring track from Smith's debut album, In The Lonely...
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Watch One Direction's "Steal My Girl" video now!
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Gather round, Taylor Swift fans. We're in the home stretch until her new album, 1989, drops Monday (Oct. 27), which means we are likely...
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Three days from now, Led Zeppelin fans will get treated to a whole bounty of new goodies to geek out on. On Oct. 27, the band releases expanded,...
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
"John Wick" hits theaters today, and it's the best example of action movie making in a long time.
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Here's what a celebrity edition of 'Are You The One?' would look like.
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
We rounded up the best Drake merch for his birthday.
24 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Fresh off the triumphant debut of The Big Revival, his 13th Number One country album debut, Kenny Chesney is returning to the road. The country superstar visited ABC's Good Morning America on Friday to announce the Big Revival Tour, which will hit arenas, amphitheaters and stadiums next year. The trek, which the singer estimates will hit about 55 cities, kicks off in Nashville on March 26th, Chesney's 47th birthday. Watch Kenny Chesney Strip Down New Single For Intimate Show "I can't think of a better way to celebrate," he says. "I've been ready to get out there for a long time. Now that we're announced I'm fired up! This new music brings a new energy to the show, and it's gonna take what we do to a whole other level." The stats for the Tennessee native's previous tours prove the singer has plenty to live up to with this latest road trip. Since 2002, he has sold over one million tickets — making him the only country act in Billboard's Top 10 Touring Acts of the Past 25 Years. Although the supporting acts for the Big Revival Tour have yet to be revealed, Chesney teased, "We're going to be mixing up the lineup, too: different markets will have different acts playing with us. A few will be on all the stadium shows, some doing pieces – but I promise everybody who's coming out rocks hard, and understands turning a crowd on." Chesney's previous tours have included opening acts such as Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood, as well as outside-the-box artists Grace Potter and Uncle Kracker. For the four-time CMA Entertainer of the Year, the tour is all about his fanbase, dubbed the No Shoes Nation. "I've missed that sense of community and that passion for the music," he said. "There's gonna be some stuff from the new record and songs people haven't heard in a while. There's gonna be a whole lot of music and some surprises… I didn’t know if I could take the music as far as we were able with the album. That's the beauty of giving things time to be what they're meant to. We're already working on next year's video. I've seen the stage – and the lights. As the set list comes together, and we start locking down rehearsals, this is gonna be a wild night. I hope the fans are ready." Cities and dates on the tour will be revealed soon. Related Hear Kenny Chesney's Dynamic 'Revival' Watch Kenny Chesney's All-'American' 'Today' Show Appearance Kenny Chesney Is 13-Time Country Album Chart Topper
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Is it always the right time to talk about High School Musical? Bet on it. But it's especially apropos today (Oct. 24), because it's the anniversary...
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Selena Gomez told her fans she can't be bothered with haters and encouraged them to talk about what makes them special with the #shareyourbeauty hashtag.
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Here's why "Insurgent," Shailene Woodley's upcoming sequel to "Divergent," is going to feel a lot different than the first one.
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Fans of the Jem and the Holograms toy line and animated TV series from the ‘80s have every reason to be excited about the upcoming movie about the...
24 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
When Ryan Bingham released his first album, Mescalito, at the age of 26, he already sang with the grizzled grit of someone twice his age. He'd spent the previous decade living in his truck, competing in a string of southwestern rodeos to help pay for gas. His parents were alcoholics. His friends were bull-riders. The whole thing sounded like a country song, which was one of the reasons Bingham's biographical songs — which hitched themselves to mid-tempo grooves on Mescalito, then rocketed their way toward roadhouse-worthy rock & roll territory on his second release, Roadhouse Sun — packed such a natural, nuanced punch. He wasn't some suburban kid dressed up in outlaw threads. Dude was the real deal. RS Live: Oscar Winner Ryan Bingham Years later, Bingham — now a Grammy and Oscar-winning, thirty-something adult, with four studio albums and the critically adored Crazy Heart soundtrack under his belt — is prepping another release. Fear and Saturday Night hits stores on January 20, 2015. Bingham wrote most of the album's 12 tracks alone in an airstream trailer, parked in the mountains of California without electricity or cell phones. The seclusion gave him creative clarity that resulted in songs inspired by an unstable childhood, and by the deaths of his mother to alcoholism and father to suicide. Bingham recorded most of the album live, with a brand new band whose lineup includes two members of the blues-rock outfit Rose Hill Drive. Jim Scott, who engineered Tom Petty's Wildflowers and co-produced Wilco's Wilco (The Album), produced the sessions. On the album's kickoff single, "Broken Heart Tattoos," Bingham imagines himself as a parent, giving advice to an unborn child while an electric guitar and lonely harmonica waltz in the background. The rest of the tracklist is below. Ryan Bingham, Fear and Saturday Night tracklist: 1. "Nobody Knows My Trouble" 2. "Broken Heart Tattoos" 3. "Top Shelf Drug" 4. "Island in the Sky" 5. "Adventures of You and Me" 6. "Fear and Saturday Night" 7. "My Diamond Is Too Rough" 8. "Radio" 9. "Snow Falls in June" 10. "Darlin" 11. "Hands of Time" 12. "Gun Fightin Man" Related Neil Patrick Harris Will Host 2015 Oscars Junky Star & the Dead Horses Song Premiere: Ryan Bingham, 'Guess Who’s Knocking'
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Paris-based music streaming service Deezer announced Friday it has acquired Stitcher, an app that streams, organizes and recommends podcasts. The...
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Eden xo After fronting Jessie and the Toy Boys, who tallied two Dance Club Songs hits in 2011-12, pop singer/songwriter (and former Britney Spears...
24 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
A new voice has weighed in on the Kesha and Dr. Luke controversy: Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips. In an interview with Radio.com, Coyne...
24 October, 2014 - Yahoo.com
By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Online music service Deezer is acquiring radio and podcasting app Stitcher, adding a vast catalog of talk radio programs that the company hopes will make it stand out in a crowded streaming music market. Deezer said the acquisition will give it access to roughly 35,000 radio shows and podcasts, including popular talk radio programs such as This American Life and BBC. Deezer did not disclose financial terms of the deal for Stitcher, which was founded in 2008 and has raised nearly $19 million in funding, according to media reports. Stitcher’s service is built-in to 50 different car models, according to Deezer.
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
YG and Fergie team up for 'L.A. Love (remix).'
24 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Fifth Harmony hit us with their brand new single "Sledgehammer," and it's so good.
24 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Ben Gibbard knows what you're thinking about the new Death Cab For Cutie album, their last to feature founding member Chris Walla. He's thinking it too. Death Cab for Cutie Lose Founding Member "Oh, there is undoubtedly a line in the sand here," he says. "The position we're in – it's a blessing and a curse – is that people feel very strongly about the period of this band in which they got into us. We're fighting against people who say 'Why can't you make a record like the one I heard when I was 20 years old?' And the answer is we can't. We can just move forward, and create a new period." But this is a little different than debating the relative merits of, say, Transatlanticism or Plans. Walla's decision to leave the band after 17 years not only shocked fans, but represented the end of an era. Death Cab For Cutie is now a three-piece, and their latest album is the first not to be produced by Walla. But, as Gibbard puts it, neither of those things are necessarily bad. "I make no comparisons as far as cultural significance with this band, but I think about Wilco, and the changes they've gone through over the years, and how there have been moments in that band where people have left and you've thought 'How are they ever going to continue?'" he says. "I look at them and I think 'We've lost a very talented musician, but there are other very talented musicians with new perspectives and new ways of looking at creating music.' It's on us to make this a good period." If Gibbard sounds callous, that's not his intent. Footage of Death Cab's final show with Walla made it clear it was an emotionally charged moment for the band. But these days, he's filled with a desire to move forward – "There were a lot of emotions on all sides," he says of the way things ended. "But there was no 'Fuck that guy.'" – and thrilled by the prospects of reinvention, beginning with the man chosen to helm the new album, producer Rich Costey. "Working with Rich exposed our strengths and weaknesses. This is the eighth record we've made as a band, and we're all at-or-nearing 40 years old, so I was fearful we'd think we knew better than the producer on how we should sound, or how a guitar part should go," Gibbard says. "But Rich was the kind of guy who will tell you 'Yeah, that's not working; you guys have to come up with something else.' And that really united us. We were united by the idea of 'Look, we want to make a really good record.'" "We were all really excited to work with someone who could give us a new view of our band and the music that we make," bassist Nick Harmer adds. "It's the first time I've ever been produced by an outside guy. We had to forge a relationship of trust very quickly; we knew he was going to push us into new territory, we were hoping at the end of it we'd still be recognizable." They are. Walla plays on the entire album, and despite what some may have feared, his absence behind the console did not allow Gibbard's dance-y leanings to run roughshod ("If I was looking to cash in on the Postal Service, I would have fucking done it in 2005!" he shouts in mock-outrage). Instead, it feels like the next logical step in Death Cab's career. New songs "Beverly Drive" and "Good Help" are earnest forays into pop, just like earlier singles "Soul Meets Body" or "Crooked Teeth," while the foreboding "Black Sun" and the somber, spacious "No Room in Frame" sound like natural evolutions of the expanses they explored on Narrow Stairs or Codes and Keys. "I feel that this band has worn two different hats over the years; the albums tend to be fairly lush and atmospheric, and the live shows have tended to be rock shows. I'm really proud of how Rich captured us playing together," Gibbard says. "Everything has an attack and a punch to it; the right things are crisp, and the right things are ugly, and he's done such a wonderful job of making high-fidelity sounds and low-fidelity ugly sounds exist together. There are keyboard elements on it, but this is more of a rock record than the last one." There is still no title or release date for the new album – Gibbard did say it would feature 11 tracks – though, presumably, both will be announced shortly. After all, it's apparent that the new version of Death Cab For Cutie is raring to go. For a band that's always discussing its past, the departure of Walla presents a rather unique opportunity: the chance to create an entirely new history. "If this has done anything, it's galvanized the relationship between the three of us, and changed the dynamic of the band," Gibbard says. "And I would hope that our reputation is a function of the work we do moving forward. Chris was a huge part of this band for years, but a lot of bands have lost members and evolved in ways that are exciting and new. And we want to be one of them." Related Watch Death Cab for Cutie Say Goodbye to Chris Walla The Postal Service Say Goodbye In Chicago Death Cab for Cutie Return to Studio to Record Eighth Album
24 October, 2014 - NEWS.com.au
LUCINDA Williams has a new double album. Just think of it as one for now and one for later.
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