It’s rare to find a pop star who inspires just as much virulent hatred as he does fervent support — but Lebanese-born British singer Mika is just that star.
OohLaLa Festival enchanted audiences last week with vibrant pop music and culture.
It looks inconspicuous enough online: “09.27.09: Los Angeles, CA — Hollywood Forever Cemetery (sunrise show).”
Justin Vernon might be a deity, hidden beneath a shaggy, unkempt mane and rugged blanket of facial hair.
Despite disbanding in 2005, The Get Up Kids come together for nationwide tour to promote the re-release of its landmark album.
A Fine Frenzy’s debut record garnered much critical acclaim in 2007, and for good reason.
Global indie acts bring life to upstate New York at 2009’s All Tomorrow’s Parties NY.
Muse, The Resistance Warner Bros. Length: 54 min. Now available Anyone looking for Muse’s signature soaring vocals and epic dynamic swells will not be disappointed by its newest release, The Resistance. That being said, after the album leads with “Uprising,” a bustling call to arms against the proverbial “they,” it follows with track after track […]
Annual a cappella concert featured a diverse lineup of personalities and talent.
Rick Rubin eases The Avett Brothers transition from indie act to major label darlings.