30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Have you ever heard an instrumental track and thought, "man, it would be cool if that had lyrics?" Deke Dickerson and Los Straitjackets set out to...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Officials in Virginia are trying to determine if evidence links the suspect in the Hannah Graham disappearance, Jesse Matthew, to a previous murder case in the area.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
When all is said and done, what will One Direction's legacy be? Surely the U.K. quintet will be remembered as one of the biggest boy bands in the...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Pharrell becomes an animated character and finds himself inside a video game in his new "It Girl" video.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Dignity isn't easy when you've been ditched. Learn whether you have enough maturity for those other fish in the sea.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Hong Kong is in the midst of an uprising led by young people taking to the streets to demand a democratically elected government. So what is the 'umbrella revolution?'
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
A small but significant change to U.K. legislation comes into effect Wednesday (Oct. 1) that will enable people to freely parody copyright protected...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Taylor Swift talks making the transition to a pop star and why when people trash talk her, it only causes her to write great songs.
30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Thus far, Pharrell's Girl has produced two pop hits: "Happy" the chart-topping single that first appeared on the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, and "Come Get It Bae," which featured supporting vocals from Miley Cyrus. Now, six months after the album's release, its cool closing track is getting the busy, high-concept video that might push it toward becoming hit number three. 45 Best Albums of 2014 So Far Produced by Takashi Murakami, the man behind Kanye West's Graduation artwork, the video renders Pharrell into – and in the style of – various cartoons and video games. At one point, he's skateboarding (under his giant hat) through a Sega-esque beach level; at another, he's shown in Pokemon-style widescreen. Eventually, there is an interstellar Mount Rushmore featuring Murakami, Pharrell and a cute little dog. Back in March, Girl became Rolling Stone's first four-star record of the year. "Girl is a simple, even slight record," Jon Dolan wrote in his review. "And that's definitely meant as a compliment. Everyone in pop owes him a favor, but the superstar cameos are few and easefully turned: There's Timberlake harmonizing on the mirror-ball fantasia 'Brand New,' and there are the robots of Daft Punk vocoding along to the spiraling astral-groove come-on 'Gust of Wind.' The music is just as uncluttered as the track list, riding the light, euphoric vibe Pharrell established on the album's Number One hit, 'Happy.' The only requirement for getting into this club is admitting your own joy." Related Pharrell Turns the Apollo Into 'American Bandstand' Pharrell, Miley Cyrus Team Up for New Vid Robin Thicke Was High While Recording 'Blurred Lines'
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
By adapting her own novel, "Gone Girl" author Gillian Flynn had to make some tough decisions.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
The Apple Watch is on display in Paris. No joke.
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Julian Bunetta tells us all about the meaning behind One Direction's new track, "Steal My Girl."
30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Zac Brown Band want to know if you can do the fandango. Watch Richie Sambora Jam With Zac Brown Band Last Friday night, the group debuted a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" during their performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. Filled with quadruple-stacked harmonies, twinkling piano and plenty of guitar muscle, the cover was the result of an entire year's worth of practice, with Brown and company wanting to make sure they'd nailed down every inch of Freddie Mercury's rock-opera power ballad before playing it live. Backstage, the guys reportedly told country radio DJ Bobby Bones that "Bohemian Rhapsody" was the hardest cover they'd ever tackled. That's saying something, since Brown and company have spent more than a decade covering songs that require a good bit of rehearsal, including the Charlie Daniels Band's "Devil Went Down to Georgia," Metallica's "Enter Sandman" and Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir." Recently, the group even teamed up with the Doobie Brothers for a souped-up duet of "Black Water," one of the highlights from the upcoming tribute album Southbound. They unveiled a live version of that song earlier this summer, performing with the Doobies themselves during a sold-out show at Fenway Park. On October 11-12, Zac Brown Band will head to Charleston for the fourth installment of their own music and food festival, Southern Ground. The band will headline the event on Saturday and Sunday nights, with a host of other bands — including Gov't Mule, Abigail Washburn, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Blues Traveler and the Old 97's — filling out the lineup. Related Doobie Brothers Get 'Funky' With Zac Brown Band Watch Zac Brown Band, Dave Grohl in Studio Fall 2014 Is Packed With Must-See Country Tours
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Watch the first trailer for "Taken 3" a.k.a. "Tak3n."
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Pioneering digital music store eMusic has announced a return to its indie roots, telling members that it will no longer sell releases distributed by...
30 September, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Spend 30 minutes or so with Sons of Bill — say, in the conference room of the BMI building in Nashville, hours before the band is due to kick off an international tour with a show at the Americana Music Festival — and you'll be thrown into a conversation that moves multiple miles a minute, jumping between topics such as Wilco, Slayer, The Sound and the Fury's Quentin Compson and Big Star's Chris Bell. Led by three Virginia-bred brothers, Sons of Bill is the sort of family band whose sheer energy makes everyone want to be part of the clan… as long as you can keep up. Greatest Musical Moments From Americana Fest You can't blame the guys for moving fast. After taking the entire summer to rest and recoup after nearly a decade's worth of touring, Sons of Bill are back with a new album, Love & Logic. It's a classic roots-rock record for the modern age, filled with B3 organ, acoustic guitar, envelope-pushing arrangements and the sound of three siblings whose voices were born to mesh. Ken Coomer, who co-founded Wilco in the mid-Nineties before refashioning himself as a producer for artists like Will Hoge, recorded the album in his Nashville studio. "Ken knew about the hangups that can happen when you have a band with multiple songwriters," says James Wilson, who shares frontman duties with his brothers Abe and Sam. "He'd been in a band that had gone through some serious growing pains and transformations. Just look at the difference between Being There and Summerteeth. It's huge. We wanted to push ourselves to grow like that, and Ken helped us negotiate the way." One of the album's highlights is "Lost in the Cosmos (Song for Chris Bell)," a slow-burning power ballad written for the Big Star musician. Abe Wilson took three years to finish the song, slowly chipping away at a tune that examines the challenges of being an artist in a world that doesn't always reward the artistic lifestyle. [Watch the song's music video, shot in the band's hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, above.] "James and I were listening to a lot of Big Star," Abe remembers," and we decided that Chris Bell really needed a song of his own. The Replacements have already given Alex Chilton a song, but Chris needed some love, too." Like the rest of love Love & Logic, "Lost in the Cosmos (Song for Chris Bell)" moves between the foundations of roots music — pedal steel, strummed acoustics and triple-stacked harmonies colored by Virginia accents — and a swooning, sweeping sound that owes more to Pink Floyd's space-rock than anything else. The rest of the album stays somewhere between those wide goal posts. "This feels less like a rebirth for the band, and more like an arrival," says Sam, whose guitar solo gives "Lost in the Comos" a jolt of energy during its second half. "You never want to make the same record twice. With this one, we were all on the same page from day one… and we're happy with where it took us." The final three months of 2014 will take Sons of Bill across most of the western world, with their current cross-country tour giving way to some U.K. dates after Christmas. Related Best Country Songs for the Silver Screen Watch Kristian Bush's 'Trailer' Stunt 10 New Artists You Need to Know Now
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
Katy Perry orders pizza in Las Vegas club while partying with Diplo.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Last week, Billboard reported that the Harvard Business School had taken a close look at the release of Beyonce's surprise, self-titled album,...
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
New York singer-songwriter Vérité has only released a handful of songs in her young career, but those entrancing indie-pop tracks have made quite an...
30 September, 2014 - MTV.com
This kitten's stealth skills are severely lacking.
30 September, 2014 - Billboard.com
Tim Fite realized he had become too dependent on his iPhone when the Brooklyn artist, songwriter, and comedian started feeling phantom vibrations in...
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