LCD Soundsystem broke up in 2011 following a decade of existence and three critically-acclaimed records. A source has confirmed to Billboard that the James Murphy-led band is “definitely reuniting” in 2016.
Frank Sinatra, who would have turned 100 this year, conjured up his last top 40 hit in 1980. But the ambitious triple album that included "Theme From New York, New York" also yielded the most cosmically zany, critically savaged recordings of his career.
The UCLA chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is under investigation by the organization’s national office after members of the frat threw a “Kanye Western”-themed party with some attendees wearing blackface, the LA Times reports.
Although Selena Gomez’s pop career thus far has been defined by radio-ruling smashes, the singer has four full albums’ worth of material worth exploring. Where should novices start? Here are our picks for the seven non-single Selena Gomez songs that can be placed on a pedestal next to any of her fan favorites.
Ciara, best known for her sultry bedroom jams and dancefloor bangers, is delving into a whole new musical realm with her newest release, a cover of The Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black" for Vin Diesel vehicle The Last Witch Hunter.
Sony may or may not be trying to sell its music publishing giant Sony/ATV, which the company co-owns with the Michael Jackson estate -- things are not as simple as a slapping a price tag on the Beatles catalog.
If you read this headline and thought, “Didn’t Beach House just release an album?,” you’re right. The dream pop duo released its fifth studio album, "Depression Cherry," on Aug. 28 and it just announced that its follow-up is coming Oct. 16 via Sub Pop.
Brother duo R. City (Theron and Timothy Thomas) have made their mark on the Billboard Hot 100 with their song “Locked Away” featuring Adam Levine and now they’re gearing up for the release of their debut album What Dreams Are Made Of (Oct. 9).