Who doesn't like to start their morning off with a Danish quintet? I'm referring to a band that plays exceptionally well versus a plate full of pastries by the way.
I want to mourn the death of an icon by watching tributes on a so-called music station. Yauch and the Beasties were pioneers in the hip hop and pop culture world. This news hurts. It's time for MTV to return to its roots.
Eric Hutchinson is currently in the midst of a jam-packed U.S. headlining tour in support of his new album, which has already generated a lot of buzz, thanks to his extremely catchy single "Watching You Watch Him."
As I found out soon after meeting him, there's more to Adam Tyler than shaking his moneymaker and glamming it up. He's a Berklee-trained musician who should soon become a household name -- especially on the dance scene.
Their first album, Hopes & Fears, spawned the epic hit "Somewhere Only We Know." Now Keane is back with their fourth release Strangeland after a near four-year hiatus.
Eric Benét's The One will be released on June 5 and has already spawned a hit single in "Real Love," and its follow-up "Harriett Jones" was the #1 added song to urban AC radio last week. The album also features appearances by Lil Wayne and Shaggy.
This week's A-Sides features an eclectic mix of artists who, I feel, are about to really take off like a kite operated by a specialized kite owner.
It's hard to believe the last time Shirley Manson, Butch Vig, Steve Marker and Duke Erikson made music together, Dubya was in office and Justin Bieber was just learning geometry.
I caught up with Mike Love and asked him about The Beach Boys' new album, the tour and getting the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers back together.