For Ryan Hemsworth, discovering new music remains as thrilling a prospect as ever; it’s no different now, he says, than when he was a pop-punk-listening teenager, locked away in his Halifax bedroom, browsing the Internet in search of the next big artist.
As M.I.A. works on her fifth studio album, Matahdatah, due out later this year, she hasn't divulged many details about her next LP. But thanks to her Instagram, we now know the popular electronic music producer is involved in the album's process.
What would the national anthem sound like when sung with auto-tune? T-Pain might know, but he decided to ditch his famous synthesizing tool to sing "The Star Spangled Banner" at the Los Angeles Dodgers game Monday (Aug. 31) -- and it was amazing.
Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard dropped a surprise self-titled LP yesterday under a less-expected moniker: Thunderbitch. Just four months after the release of the group's critically acclaimed Sound & Color album, Howard brings hearty rock n' roll on the 10-track 'Thunderbitch', which is streaming free on their website.
Zayn Malik's not the only one taking clothes off for Interview magazine's upcoming #ME issue. Miley Cyrus' cover is out now, along with some other shots of her -- ahem -- spread, and it's all pretty raunchy.
Rita Ora has been teasing a new album for quite some time. But with a new single -- "Body On Me" featuring Chris Brown -- and a current mini U.S. tour to support her new music, it looks like the time is here. Almost.
With SFX's stock recently downgraded and its top executives' pay altered, the financially shaky EDM promoter has now announced it is canceling the One Tribe festival outside Los Angeles as a result of poor ticket sales.
The latest viral dance craze, @iHeartMemphis’ “Hit The Quan” took only four weeks to reach the top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. It climbs 15-8 (chart dated Sept. 12), with airplay, digital sales, and streaming numbers up across the board. Over on the Billboard Hot 100, it bounds 41-23 in its second charting week.