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Harry Styles, Paramore, Zac Brown Band and more music reviews
This week One Direction’s Harry Styles goes solo, Paramore follow-up their self-titled record with an eighties-style throwback, three-fourths of No Doubt join forces with Davey Havok of AFI to form Dreamcar, Todd Rundgren releases an electro-tinged, guest-filled record and the Zac Brown Band
Review: John Mayer's EP Works But Lacks a Truly 'Magnetic Song'
This week John Mayer dropped the first installment in a series of EPs, Canadian turntablist Kid Koala teams up with Icelandic singer Emilíana Torrini, rock band AFI release their latest, indie-rock duo Foxygen deliver a brief, theatrical and retro-sounding set, we examine the latest from frequent
10% Happier: John Mulaney, Comedian Turned Broadway Star
Mulaney told ABC News' Dan Harris that meditation helped him with anxiety while he was working on his sitcom and after it was canceled.
'The Simpsons': All the Details About Its 600th Episode
Tonight, " The Simpsons " will air its 600th episode, and that milestone is also the Fox series' annual Halloween episode. "Treehouse of Horror XXVIII" starts with a couch gag designed in conjunction with Google wherein you can wear virtual reality glasses to enjoy the experience. The company
5 Things You Might Not Know About The Eagles' 'Hotel California'
"Hotel California" is arguably the Eagles' most iconic song. The hit tune was a billboard chart-topper; it sold over 16 million copies in the U.S. alone and was on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 19 weeks, peaking at No. 1. In 1978, the song won a Grammy award for Record of the Year. Here are five
How Selena Gomez's Record Channels Lorde and Ellie Goulding
This week Selena Gomez switches labels and drops an album of chilled pop, British Invasion band The Zombies burst back onto the scene, indie-rockers The Decemberists release an EP to follow-up this year’s fantastic “What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World,” Tori Amos releases the soundtrack
Music Reviews: The Latest From Mark Ronson, Meghan Trainor, Guster and More
This is the first truly substantial release week of the year with mega-producer Mark Ronson delivering his fourth star-studded effort, singer Meghan Trainor dropping her full-length debut, hoping to repeat the success of her single “All About That Bass” and indie-rock act Guster returning with
Who's That Guy Paul McCartney? Some Kanye West Fans Apparently Have No Idea
Kanye West's emotionally charged new single, “Only,” is dedicated to his late mother and 18-month-old daughter. It's become an instant hit, with a little help from another musical genius, Paul McCartney , on keyboards. Based on their tweets, it appears that some of West’s younger fans don’t’ know
Music Reviews: The Latest From One Direction, Wilco, David Bowie, and More
This week, One Direction return with their fourth album, Wilco drop four discs of rare cuts, David Bowie chronicles his entire career in three discs, Lorde curates the soundtrack for “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1,” Paul McCartney gets the tribute treatment, art-rock outfit TV On The Radio
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Ed Sheeran, Phish, Mastodon and More
This week Ed Sheeran makes his second official splash at mainstream gold, Phish returns after a five-year hiatus, Mastodon bring the rock, Bassnectar explores a wide variety of EDM sounds and RIFF RAFF delivers one of 2014’s most baffling records. As the summer kicks into gear, this proves to be a