All under the age of 16, brothers Jonny, Robbie and Tommy Mizzone are from New Jersey, a US state that's better known for the rock of Bruce Springsteen than the bluegrass of Earl Scruggs. Nonetheless, the siblings began performing bluegrass covers, a
When a group from the Philadelphia Orchestra found itself delayed on the tarmac for three hours waiting for their flight from Beijing to Macao as part of the 2013 Residency & Fortieth Anniversary Tour of China, a quartet of musicians decided to ....
Pandora Media Inc. (P), the biggest online radio service, said a 40-hour monthly limit on mobile users imposed earlier this year has cut music streaming and content costs as intended, while the audience continued to grow.
You don’t have to wait until March 12 to find out whether David Bowie’s first album in a decade is more Tin Machine than Low; the long-awaited The Next Day is already available, streaming in full on iTunes for a limited period pre-release.
I just saw a jaw-dropping music video that I'm calling the most important video you'll likely see this year. It's called "Food Fight" and was put together by Earth Amplified and it rips right to the core of what's really killing inner city Americans:
Immortal Technique (Felipe Coronel) is a revolutionary. Born in Peru, he immigrated to Harlem, NY and eventually ended up in prison. He left with a new focus on music. His aggressive style gained him instant notoriety as a battle rapper.
Our voice might be hoarse, but the show goes on. This week, we’ve got a new album from Major Lazer, a new comic from Marvel, and a new show from one of the minds behind South Park. That’s three for three, in case you were keeping track. Three what? W
Beck’s astonishing 10-minute recreation of David Bowie’s “Sound and Vision” racked up more than 300 thousand Youtube views in the last week, and now Beck and music video director Chris Milk are releasing an all-new way to experience the performance.
While the Metal genre may typically inspire thoughts of demonic rituals and satanism, and a Christian church may lean towards the complete opposite direction, a minister in England shows that they can live in harmony.
In response to my recent article, "Schools as Black-Holes," Michael Belkin sent me the lyrics to a song performed by his Seattle-based band The Refusers (reportedly the number 2 ranked band in thet city) titled "Robot Factory."