20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Now that Starbucks has changed its employee dress code, these Starbucks super-fans can finally display their Green Siren body art.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
MTV offers up some basic concert etiquette tips in preparation for CMJ.
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Record Store Day 2015 won’t be here until April 18, but plenty of collectible vinyl exclusives are just around the corner. Record Store Day just...
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Performing over the weekend in Chicago, Kelly Clarkson decided to bring her formidable voice to bear on a cover of Sam Smith's "Stay With Me." "I...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Things are getting really interesting in MTV’s Homecoming King and Queen Bracket. You guys have been furiously voting for your favorite celebs in the second round, but now that it’s come to a close, we have to say goodbye to some of our most-admired stars. If you’re not sitting down, then you probably should because... Read more »
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Taylor Bennett, brother to Chance the Rapper, turned himself into police and is now facing an aggravated battery charge.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Britney brings back her Britishney accent for the fake biopic on the life of tennis pro Andy Murray.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
2 Chainz tells MTV News the brokest thing he's ever done.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" soundtrack is finally coming to the format it was intended for.
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Faith Evans has built a strong career ever since dropping her breakthrough debut Faith in 1995, but this year marks a different sort of milestone for...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Find out which of 5SOS' favorite bands you would dig.
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Lorde's curatorial skills remain on-point. The latest addition to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack, which the singer curated, is "This...
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
From his Hamburg origins to signing with Skrillex's label, Etnik's path to the ranks of future techno's rising stars has been short and steep....
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
It's a wild city, so why not look to the wild kingdom for tips on navigating it?
20 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
It's all about that star power. Chris Brown and Ariana Grande Go Medieval Next month's Country Music Association Awards broadcast is luring in pop fans with the addition of Ariana Grande and Meghan Trainor to the performance lineup. Grande, the American Music Awards' reigning New Artist of the Year, will sing with the reigning CMA Vocal Group of the Year, Little Big Town. Trainor, who has several country songwriting credits to her name, will perform her chart-topping earworm, "All About That Bass" with this year's leading CMA nominee, Miranda Lambert. Previously-announced performers on the November 5th show include Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Kacey Musgraves, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, the Band Perry, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. Lucy Hale, of Pretty Little Liars and country music fame, is the first announced presenter of the evening. Paisley and Underwood will co-host for the seventh consecutive year. CMA members have until October 27th to cast their votes for this year's awards. Lambert's name dominates the ballot this year with a record-setting nine nods. Dierks Bentley leads the guys with five nominations. Up for the night's top honor, Entertainer of the Year, are Bryan, Lambert, Shelton, George Strait and Urban. The 48th Annual CMA Awards will air live from Nashville on November 5th at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC. Related Ariana Grande, 'My Everything' Album Review On the Charts: Ariana Grande Earns Second Number One Album Ariana Grande Brings on the Weeknd for 'SNL' Debut
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Having directed the 2005 Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line, James Keach was cautious when meeting with Glen Campbell and his producer Julian Raymond,...
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Director David Ayer is going from "Fury" to "Suicide Squad," so here's what one can tell us about the other.
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Watch Jennifer Lawrence heave an ax into a tree in this new clip from "Serena."
20 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Last year, Nicki Minaj took a firm anti-bra stance. Well, her feelings have taken a turn, at least based on the outfits she wore for an interview in GQ, where she not only wears a regular bra, but a leather bustier with metal accents. It’s like a bra on steroids. The white top is paired... Read more »
20 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Welcome to Young Guns, our series exploring the most notable guitarists from the next generation of six-string legends. For more interviews with the guitarists inspiring us right now, click here. WHO: Throughout his career, 28-year-old guitarist Mark McGuire has aspired to move his instrument beyond its six strings into uncharted zones – or, as he puts it, "take guitar out of the guitar world." A native of Cleveland, Ohio, McGuire first gained notice in the mid-2000s as a member of post-rock quartet Emeralds, a group that took influence from minimalist composers like Philip Glass and Steve Reich, kraut-rock, New Age artists and synth gurus Tangerine Dream. "I wanted the guitar to mimic the sounds of the synthesizer," he explains. After Emeralds split in 2013, McGuire's playing grew even more ethereal, expansive and kaleidoscopic. "I wanted to make things that subtly shift and never overstay their welcome – playing but not playing," says McGuire, who released his third solo album, Along the Way, earlier this year. "Just a couple notes can add so much. I wanted to paint these little sounds – the breeze coming through trees, fireflies, the light shifting – and not do just verse-chorus-verse-bridge type songs." 100 Greatest Guitarists INSTRUMENTAL BY DESIGN: Though some of his newer solo material features vocals, most of McGuire's music to date has been instrumental – a conscious choice. He grew up listening to "chaotic" punk and hardcore like the Locust. "I tried to make music with a lot of dissonance and discord, and it never felt right, like the stuff I was hearing in my head," McGuire says. However, when Emeralds began, he and his bandmates slowly began peeling away conventional markers of popular music – starting with vocals. "Making instrumentals was about going the opposite way from how we'd been programmed," McGuire recalls. An obscure collection of spectral prepared-guitar pieces – 2003's Land of Lurches by Kevin Drumm – paved the way. "That record blew our minds," says McGuire. "It sounded like 2000s-style Metal Machine Music! We started going to the record store and saying, 'Give us the weirdest shit you've got!'" SOUND AFFECTS: A key to McGuire's distinct style is that he almost never plays through an amp. "I started running my rig directly into the computer, tape deck or mixer," McGuire explains. "I found the palette that I could paint with could be more delicate." Another key to his sound is the effect boxes in his signal chain. "I found I could do things with pedals like make something sound like water," McGuire says. "Live, I use two Boss DD-20 Giga Delays, which opened up so many doors — It has way longer delay options than any other, and you can set it to the millisecond." COSMIC BLUES: A crucial event in McGuire's development as a player was when he was hired, at age 18, to play rhythm guitar in the band for the Cleveland theatrical production of Love, Janis – the stage musical based on the life and music of Janis Joplin. While he'd always been experimental, playing in an ensemble led by original Big Brother and the Holding Company guitarist Sam Andrew sharpened his traditional chops. "I played eight shows a week, and learned so much from the process," McGuire recalls. I didn't even have an acoustic guitar until I got one for the show. And I also got a volume pedal: I remember sitting before the show in this great, giant empty theatre doing these little swells, experiencing the resonance and sustain. Immediately, I started playing like that when I got home." FAMILY AFFAIR: "Family is the cosmic model of the universe," notes McGuire, who incorporates the emotions and dynamics engendered by his loved ones directly into his work. His album Living With Yourself, for example, features samples of conversations with his father and brother. "During the making of that record, I really began to understand my parents as human beings," McGuire says. He also recently found out he will soon become a father – a development that's already finding itself expressed in the new music he's creating. "All those things go into what I'm writing about," he says. "There's a story beyond what the music is." Related Is This the End for Classic Rock's Greatest Guitar Makers? Song Premiere: Mark McGuire Travels 'In Search of the Miraculous'
20 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Country legend Alan Jackson is starting a tour in January 2015, but it's not just another trip on the road for the seasoned veteran: it celebrates...
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