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  • Coachella 2014: 10 rising acts you should know now

    Coachella 2014: 10 rising acts you should know now
    This post has been updated. See below for details. The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is a mere two weeks away, so those looking to impress with underground knowledge better start cramming. Few souls are more in demand than geeks armed...
  • 'Frozen' soundtrack tops Billboard 200 following best sales week yet

    'Frozen' soundtrack tops Billboard 200 following best sales week yet
    "Frozen" has stopped the competition cold -- again. The soundtrack to the smash-hit Disney film topped the Billboard 200 on Wednesday, reflecting sales of 202,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan, in the week ending March 23. With a 104%...
  • Echo Park's NO rides the shifting landscape of rock in L.A.

     Echo Park's NO rides the shifting landscape of rock in L.A.
    Bradley Hanan Carter feared the worst about his future. The New Zealander singer-songwriter had spent much of the 2000s with his rock band, Steriogram, that was on a major label and had a track in an Apple commercial. Since landing in L.A. though, his...
  • Grouplove is beyond 'Tongue Tied' in new album 'Spreading Rumours'

     Grouplove is beyond 'Tongue Tied' in new album 'Spreading Rumours'
    Christian Zucconi was nobody's idea of a Hollywood slickster when he ambled onstage one night last month at Club Nokia. Gawky, wild-haired and wrapped in what appeared to be a secondhand bathrobe, the frontman of L.A.'s Grouplove was there to perform with...
  • Album review: The Neighbourhood's 'I Love You'

    Album review: The Neighbourhood's 'I Love You'
    In a memo sent to journalists covering this month's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the Neighbourhood asked that its early-afternoon set be photographed only in black and white. A silly request? For sure. But it's one entirely in keeping with...
  • Grammys 2013: The performance mash-ups to dread

    Grammys 2013: The performance mash-ups to dread
    The best thing the Grammys telecast attempts to do is also its most tricky feat to accomplish: the artist pair-up. For every Elton John and Eminem, there's a Stevie Wonder and the Jonas Brothers. For every Mumford & Sons and Bob Dylan, there's a record-...
  • SXSW 2012: The music stories to watch

     
    Rock 'n' roll brings the headliners to South by Southwest, but the tech sector brings the registrants. The annual industry gathering, spring break party and brand bonanza is already underway in Austin, Texas, but it isn't until Tuesday that the one-time...
  • SXSW 2012: Meet the busiest man in Austin, Texas

     
    Yes, South by Southwest is overwhelming. Plotting and sticking to any sort of schedule with this much happening is nearly impossible. Yet no one, perhaps, has it harder than Tom Windish. At Electric Guest....
  • 'The Voice' recap: The battle rounds, part 2

     
    "The Voice": A recap of 'The Voice' battle rounds, part 2....
  • A month at No. 1 for "We Are Young" and fun.

     
    For the fourth straight week, New York-based pop-rock band fun. has the No. 1 song in America with its anthem "We Are Young."...
  • Album review: Ting Ting's 'Songs From Nowheresville'

     
    Can a single song on a 10-track record ruin an entire album? Can one three-minute tune be so ill-conceived that its terribleness eclipses what’s good in the other nine songs? Yes. When popping on the British duo the Ting Tings’......