There have been rumors swirling that Harry Styles from One Direction is going solo. We have the truth confirmed here!
Bust out your best moonwalk as DJ M-Rock pays tribute to the king of pop with his mixtape of Michael Jackson’s pop classics, remixed for a completely new feel.
Sun is going down indeed – and way too soon these days. A new one from the Canadian pop trio, heavy on the reverb and the 50’s nostalgia. From this year’s debut, Violent Hearts.
The strikingly original classic captures all the fun, and unforgettable music of John, Paul, George, and Ringo at the height of Beatlemania! It’s a wildly irreverent day in the life of one of the world’s great rock ‘n’ roll bands. A treasured piece of rock history that remains influential to this day.
A little burlesque for you? The Sandwitches are a trio from San Diego.
This Week: Coldplay’s neon spray-painted fifth album; Justice’s return is not completely triumphant; Surfer Blood continues their pop craft on a four-song EP; Deer Tick’s liveliest album yet; Denver foursome Woodsman get loud.
This Week: DJ Shadow pulls from endless sources; Brooklyn’s Exitmusic is dreamy but lacking substance; We Were Promised Jet Packs’ sophomore effort is fun; Zola Jesus just might cross over; Feist is back after four years with Metals.
Seattle hosts yet another amazing music festival September 3rd-5th. Act featured include: Hall and Oates, Wiz Khalifa, Big Boi, YACHT, Phantogram, Broken Social Scene and many more.
This week: indie-tribal rockers WU LYF make a dangerously solid debut, Junior Boys keep doing what they do best, Sebadoh re-releases a 1994 favorite, Marissa Nadler gets honest, and Mathemagic’s airy beach pop doesn’t disappoint.
Today we have the debut of a new mix from LA & Mister Music, who have made a name for themselves taking the hits of the year and giving them a unique spin