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Music reviews: Lana Del Rey, Nine Inch Nails, Foster the People
This week, modern chanteuse Lana Del Rey releases her new album, Nine Inch Nails release a vibrant EP, Foster the People return with a surprisingly fresh record, ska-infused pop-punks Goldfinger return after a nine-year break, the Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson drops his latest album and country band
On third album, Foster the People finds the right mix
Music Review: On their third album, 'Sacred Hearts Club,' Foster the People pairs joyous melodies with thought-provoking content and lets you pick where your sweet spot is
In Iowa, Candidates Hope Voters Come for the Stars And Stay for the Stump Speech
At times, presidential politics seems a lot like the “Hunger Games.” Perhaps no one knows that better than Josh Hutcherson, the 23-year-old star of the film series, who turned up in Iowa over the weekend to campaign for Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders. “Wow, Iowa’s crazy, man!” Hutcherson told
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders’ Home Stretch Strategies to Win The Iowa Caucus
As Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders crisscross Iowa in the final stretch before the Caucus, their campaigns are doing everything they can to ensure come Monday, Feb. 1 voters will be standing in their candidates’ corner. Whether it’s speaking to hundreds - or thousands - of supporters at campaign
Music Reviews: The Latest From Train, Mike Doughty, Lia Ices and More
This week offered up an interesting variety of releases. Train release their latest record, while former Soul Coughing leader Mike Doughty releases his second album in a month’s time. Indie singer/songwriter Lia Ices releases her third album, Generationals go back to the eighties, rock producer and
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Foster The People , Enrique Iglesias, Skrillex, George Michael and More
It's a really mixed bag this week, with new releases from Foster The People, Enrique Iglesias and Skrillex, along with a new live album from George Michael, the latest from actress Taylor Momsen's band The Pretty Reckless, retro indie rockers The War On Drugs and the Black Lips and finally we will
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From 311, Elbow, Ledisi, Aloe Blacc and More
It is kind of an odd mix this week. Rap-rock stalwarts 311 return with their latest while beloved British rock band Elbow release their immensely powerful sixth proper studio album. We will listen to a nice slab of smooth R&B from Ledisi and Aloe Blacc's latest. In addition, we will wrap things up
Rubio Spotifies His Current Go-To Songs
Wondering what tunes Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is listening to these days? Well the young Florida senator has taken to Spotify, the popular music streaming service, to share his current go-to songs. First posting the rundown in Politico’s Playbook today, Rubio has cultivated a playlist...
Ke$ha Sets Record Straight About 'Die Young'
A day after distancing herself from her hit song, “Die Young,” Ke$ha is clarifying earlier remarks that she made about being “forced” to sing lyrics she called “inappropriate.” “After such a tragic event I was feeling a lot of emotion and sadness when I said...
Ke$ha: 'I Understand' Why 'Die Young' Is 'Inappropriate'
Ke$ha understands why people might not want to listen to “Die Young” right now. In response to reports that the song’s radio airplay has declined in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., the pop star tweeted, “I’m so so...