Overall, "5 Seconds of Summer" is a delightful debut from a group that cannot be easily pigeonholed, and is worth paying attention to. Which track on 5 Seconds of Summer's first album deserve multiple plays? Check out our track-by-track review of "5 Seconds of Summer."
Interpol frontman Paul Banks walks onto the deck of the Frying Pan, an antique ship that’s now a floating bar and grill docked at a Hudson River pier on Manhattan’s West Side. Smooth jazz plays in the background as he makes his way past plastic tables filled with stay-at-home dads nursing lunch-hour pints and tourists -killing buckets of Corona and plates of soggy fries. “Let’s sit in the sun,” says Banks, wearing a backward baseball cap and blue suede Adidas sneakers. He settles into a portside chair and rummages around in a worn black gym bag for a pair of shades.
A recent lawsuit filed by Beats Electronics highlights the brand's ongoing struggle with phony products and is a fascinating peek into the sophisticated distribution network of counterfeiters spread throughout Asia.
It's a rite of passage for modern-day teen idols: Make your "Today" show summer concert series debut; have hundreds of fans (mostly teenage girls) camp out in Rockefeller Center to get a glimpse of your performance.
"Sometimes I’ll look back at old pictures where I’m a little heavy and dressed funny and think, ‘How did I get chicks all the time?’” Linda Perry is not sharing this personal insight with a close friend.