Inasmuch as We are always engaged when a release is surrounded by art of a much deeper degree than the standard formula of a simple work of art. Such is the case with the upcoming album by veteran Belgian producer and DJ Uni Son’moments of unity‘ on We Play HouseRead More →

“Featuring Kilo Kish” and “by Kilo Kish” have different success. Although Kish’s upbeat, cheerful voice turns twisted, maniacaland sparkling in his collaborations with Vince Staples and Gorillaz, this range rarely carried over to his solo work, especially his early music, which tended to be indistinct despite its diartic accounts ofRead More →

Amazon Music presents award-winning artist Tyler, The Creator’s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST LIVE, streaming on Prime Video Thursday, March 31 The special concert will be streamed live from downtown Los Angeles on Prime Video, the Amazon Music Channel on Twitch, and the Amazon MusicRead More →

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) – Excitement and anticipation are in the air as HUBFEST returns this weekend after a two-year hiatus, HUBFEST is set to return this weekend. The annual event begins Saturday at 9 a.m. and will continue until 5 p.m. “Normally we have around 30,000 people throughout the day.Read More →

“I was so nice until I woke up / I was polite until I spoke,” sings Maren Morris on “Humble Quest“, the title track from her third album, out today (March 25). It’s been three years since the release of Girl, the second set that made Morris a star inRead More →

Top artists have made headlines for striking music rights deals with deep-pocketed investors who acquire their music publishing and recording rights. Over the past two years, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Nicks, Bob Dylan and Shakira, among others, have made such arrangements. But artists who crave cash and want to capitalize onRead More →

Every year, NPR Music participates in the SXSW Music Festival, whether it’s hosting a stage or simply attending hundreds of shows at the annual event in Austin, TX. In 2020, the festival was canceled due to the pandemic, but returned last March as an online festival. We have scheduled aRead More →

Romey Veteran Madison and Milwaukee rapper Romey, a longtime Milwaukee Bucks fan, will host halftime at an upcoming Milwaukee Bucks game on April 7 performing his new anthem “Fear The Deer (Championship Anthem).” which pays homage to the organization that inspired it. Romey, real name Jerome Hunt, tells Madison365 heRead More →

Comparisons were perhaps inevitable given her voice – a brassy alto propelled by a raspy projection – but Jensen McRae wears Tracy Chapman’s affecting on his sleeve. The 24-year-old’s austere folk songs center on lonely guitars, with bluesy grooves and linear narratives delivered in second person. Yet the most strikingRead More →

Whether it be batman emo Where Machine Gun Kelly goes viral covering Paramore, pop punk is officially back for another revival and Avril Lavigne is in the game. The 37-year-old singer who first rose to popularity in 2002 as a teenager with ‘Complicated’ and ‘Sk8er Boi’ released a new recordRead More →

Regardless of the choice, every professional industry is competitive, but none have been as cutthroat as music and entertainment. With thousands, if not millions, of talented people vying for the chance to get noticed, the competition has only intensified with available streaming platforms available to all. Yet despite fierce competition,Read More →

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Imagine this: you’re about to take a great shot, but you can’t because an alert pops up saying your phone’s memory is full. We’ve all been there! Fortunately, Consumer Reports has some quick tips to help you declutter your phone and get back to business. ItRead More →

A growing record collection is an exciting thing. By getting yourself a decent record player, you’ll not only get the most out of the sound from records, but you’ll keep them sounding good longer. Cheap turntables, usually those under £100, can damage your vinyl records over time. More advanced decksRead More →

Even with Miranda’s imprimatur, the “Hamilton” creator, Tony, Emmy and Grammy winner “Encanto” might have seemed like a long shot as a mainstream pop hit. The album is a pan-Latin fusion that draws inspiration from Colombian folk styles like vallenato and bambuco, with touches of salsa, Broadway bomb and SpanishRead More →

February 20, 2022 The annual Tommy Jarrell Celebration – to commemorate the life and music of the influential local musician, is scheduled for February 24-24. 26 at the Historic Earle Theater in Mount Airy. The celebration includes concerts, a competition for young people, workshops and a film screening. The popularRead More →

Powerhouse vocalist Victor Hawkins has created a new series of videos to highlight the hidden issues and experiences faced by artists working in the cutthroat music industry. Tāmaki-based R&B and soul singer and songwriter Tāmaki Makaurau accompanies the release today of his own video for the uplifting anthem “Lost Ones,”Read More →

Dedicated EarthGang Mirror country, their first major label, with many Atlanta sounds. Staging their hometown’s rich musical heritage in the form of a wacky carnival, Olu and WowGr8 fused the drum lines of Battle of the Bands and the funk of Dungeon Family, trap bounce and call and Sunday serviceRead More →

Hous3 Of Commons (HOC) is a group of producer-artists. Their goal is to produce breakthrough songs and build a successful discography across all platforms. HOC’s path to success. includes collaborating with other Canadian musical artists and industry professionals to create consistent, high-quality musical content. HOC was founded in 2018 andRead More →

“Marchita” (“Withered”), her breakthrough record released in January, finds Mexican singer-songwriter Silvana Estrada in full bloom of love loss. With titles such as “Te Guardo” (“I Guard You”) and “Tristeza” (“Sadness”), Estrada, who is 24, admits that “Marchita” is “all about grief and longing. … I needed to make thisRead More →