Wednesday morning (Jan. 4) arrives with bad news for European fans of Justin Vernon and his electro-folk conspirators. Bon Iver just axed his 2017 European tour, canceling 21 dates between Jan. 22 and Feb. 20.
We’re saddened to share some absolutely gut-wrenching news from the camp of L.A. metalcore outfit Of Mice & Men -- vocalist Austin Carlile is quitting the band due to life-threatening complications from a lifelong battle with Marfan syndrome.
As we look ahead to 2017, here are ten bands and solo artists ready to reach a greater audience than ever before. Our list includes Hey Violet, Maggie Rogers, Amber Coffman, Girlpool, Sorority Noise and more.
Earlier this week, Billboard took on the monumental task of picking the best holiday song from each of the past 50 years. Yes, 50 -- and we even picked runners-up for most of 'em. Now we want to hear from you.
Welcome to the new episode of the Pop Shop Podcast’s Headliner Interview, Billboard's weekly long-form talk with a compelling, inspirational voice in the world of music, hosted by staff writer Chris Payne. This week’s subject is the British indie pop band Glass Animals, discussing its 2016 album "How To Be a Human Being."
Nine Inch Nails announced a new EP last week and now they’ve shared a track from 'Not the Actual Events,' a day ahead of its Dec. 23 release date. Listen to “Burning Bright (Field on Fire),” a sampling from the project Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have called “unfriendly” and “fairly impenetrable.”