1. Revisionist History, Part 2: Jimi Hendrix Beats the Beatles! Year-End Hits of Yesterday, Re-Analyzed

    October 23, 2014 11:07 AM EDT Since 1958, when Billboard's Hot 100 began tracking the hits every week, any song that's earned year-end No. 1 was surely built to last, right? Not necessarily. To test that theory, we’ve done a "do-over" for year-end charts prior to 2004, when digital downloads became…

  2. Let Super Junior Color Your World With 'This Is Love' Video

    October 22, 2014 9:49 PM EDT The veteran boy band is bringing fans even more new music and videos with a repackaged version of their latest chart-topping album. Last month, Super Junior 's Mamacita album sold enough copies to top Billboard 's World Albums chart with just three days of sales . With the…

  3. Deeper & Better: Reaccessing Sleater-Kinney's Material Girls

    October 21, 2014 10:55 AM EDT For around a decade starting in 1995 or 1996, the best rock band in America was an all-female trio out of the indie-rock hothouse of Olympia, Wash.'s Evergreen College. And now, around a decade after they went on hiatus in the wake of 2005's heavy-roiling The Woods , Sleater…

  4. Watch Taylor Swift Dance to the Naked Chef's 'Bake It Off,' a 'Shake It Off' Parody

    October 21, 2014 8:11 AM EDT Taylor Swift recently visited England to sing "Shake It Off" on The X-Factor ,  and now she's returned to the U.K. for a guest appearance in Jamie "The Naked Chef" Oliver's kitchen . Despite Oliver's nasty handstand dance moves, Taylor wasn't…

  5. Lisa Mitchell Discusses Her New 'F--k It' Song ‘Wah Ha’: Listen

    October 21, 2014 1:24 AM EDT Lisa Mitchell has never been one to take the obvious route. The Australian singer-songwriter is back in the groove after taking time out to travel and work on a bio-dynamic vegetable farm. The experience of getting her hands dirty on the Victorian site proved to be a creatively fertile one.…

  6. Exclusive: French Super-Trio Apollonia Premiere "El Señor Vador" Off Debut Album

    October 20, 2014 8:18 PM EDT Comprised of Dan Ghenacia , Dyed Soundorom and Shonky , each a respected solo artist in their own right, the French super-trio Apollonia  made its name on relentless groovy deep house productions and marathon back-to-back-back DJ sets in hallowed underground halls like Circoloco Ibiza and…

  7. Code Picks of the Week: Kill Frenzy, Deadmau5, Damian Lazarus & More

    October 19, 2014 8:00 AM EDT Each Friday, CODE curates a diverse selection of the most noteworthy new tunes in dance music. Take a listen for a fitting soundtrack to your weekend. Kill Frenzy -- "All Night Long" [dirtybird] Sporting an enchanting groove, appealing hook and a patient arrangement approach, this…

  8. Surprise Sleater-Kinney Song Stokes Reunion Hopes

    October 17, 2014 5:59 PM EDT Nine years have passed since Sleater-Kinney released The Woods and called it quits. Now, it seems the trio may be getting back together. Yes, get very excited. Stereogum has uploaded an Instagram video featuring a few seconds of a new Sleater-Kinney song called "Bury Our Friends."…

  9. How Digitally Imported Will Become a One-Stop Shop for EDM

    October 16, 2014 12:28 PM EDT The EDM-focused internet radio service's new business model will seamlessly integrate on-demand streaming and retail. Digitally Imported, the Denver-based internet radio service catering to electronic music fans (also known as di.fm ), today announced that it will integrate streaming…

  10. Watch 8-Year-Old Boy Perform Perfect 'Dirty Dancing' Routine

    October 15, 2014 10:55 AM EDT [Insert joke about nobody putting 8-year-old Charlie in a corner here.] Charlie is an 8-year-old fan of Dirty Dancing,  which is already pretty wonderful. But in addition to being a fan of the movie, Charlie can also perform the iconic Patrick Swayze moves. And we mean really groove --…

  11. ‘80s New Wave Icon Gary Numan Returns to Film Scoring for the First Time in 23 Years

    October 13, 2014 6:07 PM EDT Gary Numan will begin work on his 21st album in January following the final leg of his tour behind his 2013 release Splinter and, quite possibly, the completion of his first novel. Exclusive: Gary Numan's 'From Inside' Score Set for Release "I've been putting all of…

  12. 35 Years Ago, Sugarhill Gang's 'Rapper's Delight' Made Its First Chart Appearance

    October 13, 2014 10:00 AM EDT Several years after hip-hop culture began to take shape at parties in the Bronx and Queens, Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" was released via Sugar Hill Records on Sept. 16, 1979. Nearly one month after its release, the watershed single made its first appearance on a…

  13. Gorgon City, BJ the Chicago Kid & Gregory Porter: Billboard Twitter Emerging Picks of the Week

    October 10, 2014 6:38 PM EDT Heading into autumn, Billboard brings you three tracks from our Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart with one theme in mind: feeling good. Whether an inspiring DJ-backed beat, a slow R&B groove, or a lively jazz tune, this week's selections are certain to relax and enliven.…

  14. Code Picks of the Week: Lorde, Galantis, Bear In Heaven & More

    October 10, 2014 3:06 PM EDT Each Friday, CODE curates a diverse selection of the most noteworthy new tunes in dance music. Take a listen for a fitting soundtrack to your weekend. Galantis, "Runaway (U & I)" [Big Beat] The Swedish super-duo continues their crusade to revitalize the big room genre with…

  15. Why 1999 Was the Best Musical Year of the '90s

    October 10, 2014 10:45 AM EDT After focusing on 1994 last week, now, we're wondering what the best year for music was of the '90s. We've already made a case for  1990 ,  1991 ,  1992 ,  1993 ,  1994 ,  1995 ,  1996  and  1997 . Now here are the final two years of the decade --  1998  and  1999 . POP SHOP…

  16. Why 1998 Was the Best Musical Year of the '90s

    October 10, 2014 10:45 AM EDT After focusing on 1994 last week, now, we're wondering what the best year for music was of the '90s. We've already made a case for  1990 ,  1991 ,  1992 ,  1993 ,  1994 ,  1995 ,  1996  and  1997 . Now here are the final two years of the decade -- 1998 and 1999 . If there&…

  17. Party Supplies, Action Bronson & Black Atlass, 'The Light In the Addict': Exclusive Song Premiere

    October 09, 2014 1:15 PM EDT Party Supplies and Action Bronson follow up their collaboration on the acclaimed Blue Chips mixtapes, with their new song, "The Light In the Addict." Their labelmate Black Atlass joins to contribute the smoothest of hooks. Check out "The Light In the Addict" below,…

  18. Pandora Shares New York's Favorite Genres By Neighborhood, from Beach Bar Lounge to i-Pop

    October 08, 2014 3:22 PM EDT If there's one thing music streaming services love doing, it's studies on people's listening habits . (To be fair, who doesn't love trolling through and judging or coveting the songs in John's Jumpin' Jack iTunes Library or Giuliana's Grooves on the wi-fi…

  19. Jason Aldean's 'Old Boots, New Dirt': Track-by-Track Review

    October 07, 2014 4:12 PM EDT Jason Aldean 's Old Boots, New Dirt, the singer's sixth studio album (out Tuesday on Broken Bow Records) is a mixture of the party songs he has become known for -- but also shows a little bit more of an emotional and sensual side than listeners might be accustomed to. As much…

  20. Emerging Picks of the Week: Elliphant, Ryan Hemsworth & Ces Cru

    October 07, 2014 4:00 PM EDT To begin October, we've compiled some of our favorite tracks that landed debuts on the latest Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart. Give them a listen below and be sure to look out for their upcoming projects. Elliphant ft. MØ, "One More" Fresh off a track with Skrillex…

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