The New York Metropolitan Opera's first performance of 'The Death of Klinghoffer' was met with vociferous protests Monday as demonstrators, including former New York City mayor Rudy Giuiliani, gathered outside the Lincoln Center to denounce the performance as anti-Israel and anti-Semitic.
Users of the Google Play All Access subscription service will see a new feature on Tuesday. Activity-based radio stations are the first signs of Google Play's integration of Songza, the Internet radio service Google acquired in July.
FKA Twigs’ mesmerizing 2014 debut certainly sounds like a sexy, stylish future, so for the folks at Google, bringing the singer/dancer/artist on for an ad was a smooth move. In a new two-minute commercial video for Google Glass -- titled #throughglass -- Twigs moves and dances and contorts with the device on, looking far cooler than any of us could ever hope to.
In this week's reader mailbag, yet more odd coincidences connecting Mary Lambert and Madonna; a look at the longest-leading No. 1s ever on Billboard song charts; and hit songs with quirky time signatures.
In a new exclusive behind-the-scenes video, Lorde explains her role building the 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1' soundtrack, which goes far beyond her own song songs "Yellow Flicker Beat" and "This Is Not a Game."
Annie Lennox, former member of the Eurythmics, has been doing lots of interviews in order to promote her new album, Nostalgia. Lately, those conversations have often returned to a different topic: Beyonce.