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Seal, Bleachers, Walk the Moon and more music reviews
In this batch of reviews, R.E.M. drops the 25th Anniversary expanded edition of “Automatic for the People,” Seal is the latest artist to issue a collection of renditions of standards, Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers visit “ MTV Unplugged,” pop rockers Walk the Moon release a new record, DJ and re-mixer
Bleachers' Jack Antonoff talks new album, latest projects
The band's frontman reveals the inspiration for the 1980s vibe on their new album, "Gone Now."
The Beatles, Shakira, Little Yachty and more album reviews
This week the Beatles celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” by reissuing the classic album, Shakira returns with an eclectic and globally-minded, guest-filled record, rapper Lil Yachty drops his proper debut album, alt-country singer Justin Townes Earle releases
David Beckham Is 'Very Proud' to Be UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
David Beckham said he is “very proud” to be a UNICEF goodwill ambassador as he visits New York City to celebrate the 70th year of the fundraiser for the organization that works to support and protect the world's most vulnerable children. “It was founded 70 years ago to the day, just after World War
Angel Olsen, the Wedding Present, James Vincent McMorrow and Zomby Music Reviews
Perhaps due to the Labor Day holiday, this wasn’t that strong a release week. The coming weeks will see a massive onslaught of new releases as we get closer to Fall. Still this week singer-songwriter Angel Olsen makes a powerful impression on her latest, British alt-rock legends The Wedding Present
Britney Spears, De La Soul, Carly Rae Jepsen and More Music Reviews
This week we listen to Britney Spears’ latest, hip-hop legends De La Soul release their first album in 11 years, Carly Rae Jepsen releases eight songs that didn’t make it onto her “Emotion” album in honor of that album’s first anniversary, Ingrid Michaelson releases a brand new album, members of
Will Chris Sale's offseason adjustments win him a Cy Young?
I'd rather be a sparrow than a snail Yes, I would, if I could, I surely would --El Condor Pasa Six years can go by quickly. That's the time it takes for the largest land bird in the world, the condor, to go from chick to full maturity. The Chicago White Sox turned over their entire roster between
Carly Rae Jepsen On Re-Recording 'Everywhere You Look' for 'Fuller House'
"Fuller House," the reboot of the beloved sitcom "Full House," hits Netflix today. The theme song, "Everywhere You Look," has also been rebooted -- it's been re-recorded by Carly Rae Jepsen , who said she "jumped at the chance" to do it. "We are sticking to the original tune. I think it would be a
Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, Beach House and More Music Reviews
This week Miley Cyrus drops a surprise album after hosting the MTV VMAs, The Weeknd releases his latest installment of intoxicating R&B-flavored pop, Beach House continue to make more enveloping dream-pop, rap-rockers Crazy Town return after a 13-year break, Yo La Tengo deliver a spiritual sequel
How MLB walk-up music became a designated hit
Walk-up music -- the unofficial soundtrack of the baseball season -- didn't begin with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1994. But longtime Philadelphia publicity director John Brazer's "Lenny Dykstra" moment is an interesting marker on MLB's musical timeline. Brazer was responsible for the music played