Incubus is one of the “Untouchables” — a band that has been in the industry for over 20 years and continues to remain equally nostalgic and relevant. Although the band hit a rough patch with their last album, If Not Now, When?, which was met with mixed critical and fan reactions, they powered through and continued to do what they do best — make memorable, timeless music.
Fetty Wap rose up fairly quickly and became a rapper of many firsts: the first male rapper with three songs to occupy the top 20 spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart since Eminem did so in 2013; the first male rapper in four years to have concurrent singles reach the top 10 on the same chart since Lil Wayne did so in 2011; and, with his fourth single, “Again”, Wap became the first act in the Hot Rap Songs chart’s 26-year history to chart his first four entries in the top 10 simultaneously.
On Oct. 18, the band played an intimate concert for the MusiCares Foundation, an organization dedicated to helping those in need within the music community. The band’s selflessness shined through as they utilized their talent to contribute to the cause; their dedication to helping others proved to be just as strong as the band’s passion for creating great music.
Break-up songs usually find a home on one end of the pendulum — depressingly emotional, "make you want to stay in bed forever" depress-fests, or Alanis Morissette-inspired anger anthems written during a period of (often justifiable) rage, grievance, or pain.
Formed in 2008, Irish alternative-rock band Funeral Suits have clocked up more than 13 million streams with their 2012 single "All Those Friendly People," earning themselves a huge YouTube following and devoted fan base...
If you aren't familiar with Swedish supergroup Astropol, you just may know more than you think about the killer indie-pop band. The talented trio includes established artists Bebban Stenborg of the Shout Out Louds (and currently the lead vocalist of Astropol), producer Bjorn Yttling of Peter Bjorn and John, and Smash.
Skylar Grey gives her take on recent single, "Cannonball," featuring X Ambassadors. She says, "The song is about empowerment, being the underdog, and fighting your way to the top. You know, it’s a competitive world out there, and I think that a lot of people can relate to that, and I thought it would be a powerful message."
After Portland imports Battleme (Matt Drenik – lead singer/guitarist, Chad Savage – bass, JJ Eliot - guitar, Scott Noben – drums) toured relentlessly in 2014 for their sophomore album, Future Runs Magnetic, the self-described “slacker-rockers” quickly got back to work, with frontman Matt Drenik writing and eventually recording the band's third album with his brother Jason (Hairy Patt Band) co-producing.
Cheeky new DIY video depicting Panama Wedding and Jon from Great Good Fine OK spending the day together, cheerfully enjoying spontaneous activities as they bustle about town in Brooklyn. Quite possibly the best music video ever. The cover does much justice to the original track, "Easy Lover," by Phil Collins and Philip Bailey.
LA-based dance-pop duo Cardiknox has debuted a new single and video for "On My Way" from their upcoming 2016 album — the band is also set to tour with The Knocks in 2016! Check out their new video for "On My Way " an awesome montage of vintage runway footage...
Listen to her latest track, and read on as Myers talks about moving to Los Angeles from her native Florida, her dream collaborator, and her love of Southern music.