Taylor Grey on how her new single 'Back To Bite' reminisces the early 2000s while talking about feminism and empowerment
Taylor Grey on how her new single 'Back To Bite' reminisces the early 2000s while talking about feminism and empowerment

Just one year after the release of her debut album 'Space Case', Taylor Grey is back with a chic twist to the not-so-average break-up song

Barbra Streisand set to release new album 'Walls' on November 2
Barbra Streisand set to release new album 'Walls' on November 2

Streisand's new album 'Walls' will remind listeners of all that has gone wrong with the world and will force you to think about this age that we are living in.

14-year-old singer Aja9 talks about her newly released single 'Limbo' and what lies ahead in her musical career
14-year-old singer Aja9 talks about her newly released single 'Limbo' and what lies ahead in her musical career

Aja9's new song, 'Limbo, explores the bipolar nature of the teenage years where no one is too young nor is anyone too old.

The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown returns with new solo album, shares lead single 'First World Problems'
The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown returns with new solo album, shares lead single 'First World Problems'

Titled 'Ripples', the album is Ian Brown's third full-length effort and comes nine years after his sophomore solo record 'My Way'.

Spin Doctors' Eric Schenkman's new solo album 'Who Shot John?' to see January launch
Spin Doctors' Eric Schenkman's new solo album 'Who Shot John?' to see January launch

Produced by Schenkman himself, 'Who Shot John?' marks the guitarist's third studio album and arrives on January 11 through VizzTone Records

Bruce Dickinson dismisses Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as 'an utter and complete load of bollocks'
Bruce Dickinson dismisses Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as 'an utter and complete load of bollocks'

Although Iron Miden is one of the most enduring heavy metal acts in the world, they have never even been nominated to the Hall of Fame

Thom Yorke teases new 'politically charged' solo album set for 2019 release
Thom Yorke teases new 'politically charged' solo album set for 2019 release

The upcoming album is 'improvised with a lot of sounds and effects' with longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and will arrive next year, the Radiohead frontman confirmed

Listen to William Shatner and Iggy Pop sing 'Silent Night' in Shatner's upcoming Christmas album
Listen to William Shatner and Iggy Pop sing 'Silent Night' in Shatner's upcoming Christmas album

'Shatner Claus - The Christmas Album' features a host of guest spots including Henry Rollins, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Ian Anderson, Todd Rundgren and more

Tool to embark on month-long Europe tour in 2019 while fans wait eagerly for new album
Tool to embark on month-long Europe tour in 2019 while fans wait eagerly for new album

The monthlong trek will see the prog metal icons play a mix of headlining shows and major festivals like Rock Am Ring and Download Festival

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross from Nine Inch Nails drop score for Jonah Hill's 'Mid90s': Stream
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross from Nine Inch Nails drop score for Jonah Hill's 'Mid90s': Stream

The Oscar-winning duo and NIN bandmates unveil the original score for Jonah Hill's directorial debut which explores the 90s-era skateboarding culture of Los Angeles

Marty Friedman announces US headlining tour from January 23
Marty Friedman announces US headlining tour from January 23

‘ONE BAD M.F. Live!!’, his latest album, is out now on Prosthetic Records. The tour kicks off at San Diego and wraps up on February 24 in Baltimore.

Kesha shares music video for 'Here Comes the Change' from upcoming Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic film
Kesha shares music video for 'Here Comes the Change' from upcoming Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic film

The song features on the forthcoming film 'On the Basis of Sex', loosely based on the life of a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Britney Spears thanks fans on 20th anniversary of 'Baby One More Time'
Britney Spears thanks fans on 20th anniversary of 'Baby One More Time'

The 36-year-old pop star also shared a 30-second clip that included some behind-the-scenes footage from the iconic 'Baby One More Time' music video

Def Leppard, Tool and Slipknot to lead line-up at 2019 Download Festival
Def Leppard, Tool and Slipknot to lead line-up at 2019 Download Festival

Other bands included on the performance bill are Die Antwoord, Whitesnake, Slash, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Reel Big Fish, Skindred, and Underoath

Ben Stiller's high school punk band Capital Punishment out with new song 'Confusion' after 36 years
Ben Stiller's high school punk band Capital Punishment out with new song 'Confusion' after 36 years

"It was so much fun after 30-plus years to be playing again," says Ben Stiller on Capital Punishment's new single

Cardi B drops new single 'Money', a nod to her mixtape roots
Cardi B drops new single 'Money', a nod to her mixtape roots

'Money' comes as the rapper's first solo release since her debut album 'Invasion of Privacy' earlier this year

New music video for Zero, Imagine Dragons' song for Disney's 'Ralph Breaks the Internet'
New music video for Zero, Imagine Dragons' song for Disney's 'Ralph Breaks the Internet'

Imagine Dragons’ lead singer Dan Reynolds says the song reflects the film’s emotional themes, particularly issues of identity and loneliness that affect a generation that is more connected than ever before

Ozzy Osbourne lines up New Year's Eve's Ozzfest, on the road to recovery
Ozzy Osbourne lines up New Year's Eve's Ozzfest, on the road to recovery

The 'Prince of Darkness' is to return to stage sooner than expected after a staph infection forced him to reschedule the last few North American dates of his 'No More Tours 2' tour

Chris Stapleton, Tim McGraw, Brett Eldredge and Dierks Bentley to headline 2019 Country Thunder Arizona
Chris Stapleton, Tim McGraw, Brett Eldredge and Dierks Bentley to headline 2019 Country Thunder Arizona

America's favorite country music festival, Country Thunder, announces stellar line-up for the Florence, Arizona leg of 2019 with names like Stapleton, Eldredge, McGraw, and Bentley

Azure Ray releases quirky video for new single 'Palindrome' ahead of EP launch
Azure Ray releases quirky video for new single 'Palindrome' ahead of EP launch

The video for the single 'Palindrome', directed by Alan Tanner, is available on YouTube and makes for an immensely entertaining and quirky watch

Lauren Jauregui, Fat Joe, PrettyMuch and DJ Nasty to perform at MTV's midterm 'Election Afterparty'
Lauren Jauregui, Fat Joe, PrettyMuch and DJ Nasty to perform at MTV's midterm 'Election Afterparty'

The 'Election Afterparty' kicks off when polls close in Florida and will celebrate the efforts of young people across the nation getting out the vote

Toni Braxton is all set to start her 'As Long As I Live' tour in support of her 'Sex & Cigarettes' album
Toni Braxton is all set to start her 'As Long As I Live' tour in support of her 'Sex & Cigarettes' album

The tour begins on January 19, 2019, in Columbia, South Carolina, and runs till March 3, 2019, in Los Angeles. Sisters With Voices will be special guests.

'The second release is harder': Singer Nonô on setting the bar with her new track 'Nothing to Me' and hitting all the right notes on her way up
'The second release is harder': Singer Nonô on setting the bar with her new track 'Nothing to Me' and hitting all the right notes on her way up

With her debut single 'Bite' already making waves among popular tracks on Spotify, Nono has dropped another new single titled 'Nothing To Me'. Here's the story behind her journey.

Paloma Faith releases beautiful cinematic video for new single 'Loyal'
Paloma Faith releases beautiful cinematic video for new single 'Loyal'

The video sees Paloma and her lover working through the struggles of a relationship. The album, ‘The Architect – Zeitgeist Edition’, is out November 19 on RCA.

'Anthem of the Peaceful Army' review: Greta Van Fleet's debut LP is exactly what you'd expect. Nothing more. Nothing less
'Anthem of the Peaceful Army' review: Greta Van Fleet's debut LP is exactly what you'd expect. Nothing more. Nothing less

Michigan rockers Greta Van Fleet finally unleashed their highly anticipated debut full-length effort, and they do it own their own terms — with loud guitars and even louder wails

Sarah Brightman shares 'Hymn', the title track of her first new album in five years
Sarah Brightman shares 'Hymn', the title track of her first new album in five years

The best selling classical crossover singer will also embark on a massive world tour in support of the album starting November.

Trent Reznor on Nine Inch Nails’ Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nomination snub: “I honestly couldn’t give less of a sh*t”
Trent Reznor on Nine Inch Nails’ Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nomination snub: “I honestly couldn’t give less of a sh*t”

The Ninch In Nails frontman, who although previously nominated, has been snubbed for three consecutive years now and simply doesn't care any more.

Cloud Nothings share blistering new album 'Last Building Burning': Stream
Cloud Nothings share blistering new album 'Last Building Burning': Stream

The Cleveland-based noise-rock quartet returns with their fifth studio-effort as they explore a range of new themes and sounds.

Spirit Award unveil their dark and haunting sophomore album 'Muted Crowd': Stream
Spirit Award unveil their dark and haunting sophomore album 'Muted Crowd': Stream

The Seattle psych rockers return with 'Muted Crowd', an album that deals with many dark themes including cults, hopelessness, gun violence and the paranormal.

The Good, The Bad and The Queen's new album set to arrive in November
The Good, The Bad and The Queen's new album set to arrive in November

The Damon Albarn spearheaded supergroup, The Good, the Bad and the Queen, return with their sophomore record a decade after the Dangermouse produced self-titled debut album

Album review: Saxon transports us back to a forgotten era on the reissue of debut live album 'The Eagles Has Landed'
Album review: Saxon transports us back to a forgotten era on the reissue of debut live album 'The Eagles Has Landed'

Four decades into their career, Saxon transport us to the birth The New Wave of British Heavy Metal in an immersive concert experience on the reissue of their debut live album.

Female Filmmakers Festival 2018: Sharon Oreck sounds off on the wild world of music videos with Jenn Nkiru and Alma Har’el
Female Filmmakers Festival 2018: Sharon Oreck sounds off on the wild world of music videos with Jenn Nkiru and Alma Har’el

All three female filmmakers have completed numerous iconic music videos, including Madonna’s Like a Prayer and Apes**t by Jay-Z and Beyonce.

The 1975 drop anthemic new single 'It's Not Living (If It's Not Without You)': Stream
The 1975 drop anthemic new single 'It's Not Living (If It's Not Without You)': Stream

In the run up to their third studio LP 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships', The 1975 have released the fifth teaser from the album.

The Beatles release previously unheard acoustic take of 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps': Stream
The Beatles release previously unheard acoustic take of 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps': Stream

The previously unheard version features Harrison on guitar and McCartney on harmonium, and is the first taste of the forthcoming reissue of the 'White Album'.

Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic open to more Nirvana performances, but it won't be a "regular thing"
Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic open to more Nirvana performances, but it won't be a "regular thing"

“But it’s delicate territory, and you can’t treat it like just another show,” says Dave Grohl on the possibility of more Nirvana reunion gigs materializing in the future.

'Power' star Rotimi Akinosho promises his new music is going to "blow people away"
'Power' star Rotimi Akinosho promises his new music is going to "blow people away"

Akinosho, who is best known for playing Dre in the Starz show 'Power,' says he wants to do everything and not put himself in a box

Former Ghost members’ lawsuit against frontman Tobias Forge dismissed
Former Ghost members’ lawsuit against frontman Tobias Forge dismissed

The former 'Nameless Ghouls', whose identities remained a mystery until the 2017 lawsuit, have also been ordered to pay half of Forge's legal fees for the inconvenience caused.

Nashville-based singer Janelle Arthur talks first on-screen role in upcoming country drama 'Runnin' From My Roots'
Nashville-based singer Janelle Arthur talks first on-screen role in upcoming country drama 'Runnin' From My Roots'

The American Idol Top 5 finisher discusses her new acting career, upcoming music, influences, and fulfilling her childhood dream of performing at the Grand Ole Opry

Watch St. Vincent perform new, stripped-back version of 'New York' on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Watch St. Vincent perform new, stripped-back version of 'New York' on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The performance came from the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where Kimmel is taping his show all week. St. Vincent recently released 'MassEducation', a minimalist reworking of her latest album.

Rostam Batmanglij has reportedly worked on new music with former Vampire Weekend bandmate Ezra Koenig
Rostam Batmanglij has reportedly worked on new music with former Vampire Weekend bandmate Ezra Koenig

“Our creative relationship continues just as we said it would, and our friendship endures,” Rostam said of his relationship with longtime friend and former Vampire Weekend bandmate Ezra Koenig.

Kevin Parker and Theophilus London debut new music as 'Theo Impala': Watch
Kevin Parker and Theophilus London debut new music as 'Theo Impala': Watch

The duo performed under the name 'Theo Impala' at the Peppermint Club in Los Angeles, debuting new music that could be part of a larger collaborative project

Olly Murs and Rowan Atkinson bust the 'Moves' in video for new single featuring Snoop Dogg
Olly Murs and Rowan Atkinson bust the 'Moves' in video for new single featuring Snoop Dogg

Written by Ed Sheeran and Steve Mac, ‘Moves’ is a slice of pure pop joy and is featured as the end credits track in 'Johnny English Strikes Again'

[Exclusive] Spirit Award frontman Daniel Lyon details upcoming album 'Muted Crowd' and the band's recent fascination with cults
[Exclusive] Spirit Award frontman Daniel Lyon details upcoming album 'Muted Crowd' and the band's recent fascination with cults

The Seattle-based psychedelic-rock trio is all set to release their sophomore album 'Muted Crowd' on October 19. Frontman/multi-instrumentalist Daniel Lyon takes us through the new record in this exclusive interview.

Thom Yorke unveils new song 'Hands Off the Antarctic' in collaboration with Greenpeace: Listen
Thom Yorke unveils new song 'Hands Off the Antarctic' in collaboration with Greenpeace: Listen

The song raises awareness for Greenpeace's Protect The Antarctic campaign and comes with a video featuring footage of the area gathered by Greenpeace's own ship - 'Arctic Sunrise'.

Winamp is being rebooted as an all-in-one music player
Winamp is being rebooted as an all-in-one music player

The highly customizable music player which swept the internet during the late 90s is set to make a comeback as a “platform-agnostic” interface that integrates all your music and playlists from multiple sources.

Watch Florence and the Machine's intimate 3-song performance at NPR's 'Tiny Desk'
Watch Florence and the Machine's intimate 3-song performance at NPR's 'Tiny Desk'

The British indie rockers stopped by NPR's offices for a soulful rendition of their songs 'June' and 'Patricia' from the latest album 'High As Hope', followed by 'Ship to Wreck'

Arctic Monkeys announce new B-side single‘Anyways’, unveil new documentary: Watch
Arctic Monkeys announce new B-side single‘Anyways’, unveil new documentary: Watch

The documentary short film, titled 'Warp Speed Chic' presents behind the scenes footage and the making of their recent LP 'Traquility Base Hotel + Casino'

Indie-pop artist Layke talks about being "a punk rock child at heart" and wanting to put good art in the world
Indie-pop artist Layke talks about being "a punk rock child at heart" and wanting to put good art in the world

Layke's dream like sequences make her tracks lean more towards begin dream-pop although she does not like to categorize in genres.

Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato: The loneliness of celebrity is becoming all too real and fans need to rally
Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato: The loneliness of celebrity is becoming all too real and fans need to rally

2018 has proved to us that pop stars have a rocky life and we intentionally or unintentionally contribute to their mental well-being