Lady A secured its crossover star status with country- and AC-approved hits "Need You Now" and "Just a Kiss," but little in the group's repertoire has elevated it beyond midtempo maestros -- until now.
Mary Lambert, 25, is best known for providing vocals on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Same Love." The Seattle native is now ready to step out on her own, following up two EPs with a debut album due Oct. 14 on Capitol Records.
One Direction is miles away from where it started when it formed in 2010 and was slinging out tasty pop-rock teats, and now holds the title of World's Greatest Classic-Rock Band That Doesn't Really Play Instruments and Wasn't Alive in the 1980s.
A small but significant change to U.K. legislation comes into effect Wednesday (Oct. 1) that will enable people to freely parody copyright protected video, film and TV works without fear of reprisal or legal challenge.
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 impression, with praise coming from Buzzfeed, Neon Gold, Pigeons & Planes and more. “Echo,” the title track from her debut EP, is her third song to hit the Web, and you can stream it exclusively here.
At the time of Beyonce's midnight release, Billboard covered the event as only we can, talking to the people involved and getting the inside scoop. Well, nearly a year later, we've officially been outdone.
Tim Fite realized he had become too dependent on his iPhone when the Brooklyn artist, songwriter, and comedian started feeling phantom vibrations in his pants pocket. So he made an album and an art installation about it.
TV on the Radio are known for taking themselves pretty seriously, but highbrow as they are, they want you to know they’ve got a sense of humor, too. Debuting your new music video with Funny Or Die and enlisting Pee-wee Herman will help with that.