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Imagine Dragons, DJ Khaled, 311, Prince and more album reviews
This week, Imagine Dragons return with their third album, DJ Khaled releases a double-length, star-studded affair, the members of 311 prove they still have incredible momentum on their twelfth album and Vince Staples drops rhymes over a very experimental backdrop. In addition, it is a really big
Blink-182, Maxwell, Bat For Lashes and More Music Reviews
This week the members of Blink-182 return with a new lineup, Maxwell drops his first new album in seven years, Bat For Lashes releases a concept album, pop-band American Authors release a new record and we listen to the new offering from Canadian, reggae-influenced band Magic! Blink-182’s
Review: The Bangles Latest Album 'Puts Their Whole Career on a Different Level'
This week, turntable legend DJ Shadow makes a strong comeback, The Avett Brothers release their latest album, The Bangles reissue their earliest work, jazz/R&B singer (and friend of Prince) Kandace Springs releases her full-length debut and Jenny Lewis forms a super-group with members of Au Revoir
Prince's Private Life and the Women He Romanced: Part 3
Growing up in Minneapolis, Prince was the child of a pianist father and a jazz singer mother.
A Look Back at the Music of Prince
The music legend was a seven-time Grammy winner with hits like "Purple Rain" and "1999."
The Tremendous Legacy Left Behind by Prince Rogers Nelson
Modern rock, pop and R&B would not be same had Prince not emerged out of Minneapolis in the late seventies. He was a strikingly unique character who played by his own rules. He was unlike any other performer seen up until that point. He an ace arranger and writer who could play a wide variety of
Eurythmics Singer Dave Stewart Reflects On His Career
Dave Stewart is most famous for being one-half of Eurythmics , but a look through his credits and his new book, the aptly-titled “Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This,” reveals that for the last 40 years or so, he's done so much more. From co-writing the theme to “Ruthless People” with Mick Jagger to
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
'The Voice'' Recap: Usher, Shakira and Blake Steal One Artist Each
Find Out What You Missed On Last Night's Episode Of the Singing Competition.
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Dum Dum Girls, David Crosby, Gaslight Anthem and More
This week we listen to the latest from alt-rock band Dum Dum Girls, singer-songwriting legend David Crosby, New Jersey roots-rockers Gaslight Anthem, underground quirky chanteuse Eleni Mandell and the latest solo record from the Indigo Girl Amy Ray. There's a wide selection as always and it's time