NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – OCTOBER 29: Caitlyn Smith performs at Spotify’s new podcast launch … [+] with country icon Reba McEntire at the Bridge Building on October 29, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Terry Wyatt / Getty Images for Spotify) Getty Images for Spotify Many are quick to denounce countryRead More →

My creature comforts throughout Melbourne’s last lockdown have been cooking shows, food documentaries, and cookbooks. One thing they remember (other than how hungry I am) is how excited I am about the wide variety of food out there. My favorite moments are the cooks enthusiastically sharing a recipe, its historyRead More →

American singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat released an official statement on Wednesday (local time) indicating that she had decided to quit her country group “Gone West”. ‘Gone West’ was a country-pop group with band members Colbie Caillat, Justin Young, Jason Reeves and Nelly Joy. Sharing a written statement on Instagram, Caillat informedRead More →

In a recent video, Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg took the time to address the situation surrounding his trending music tastes on Twitter. Although Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg has quit Twitter altogether, the internet personality often finds himself on the trending tab. Recently, PewDiePie was trending on Twitter because his recently played artistsRead More →

It’s been a month since the coronavirus pandemic hit. For many it’s a manic transition to make because the various motion control commands have been long enough for new habits to form and now many have already started commuting to work. We sympathize. So here are AUGUST MAN’s top musicRead More →

It’s Friday afternoon, so it’s time for another one of our rarer-than-expected recaps of the best new music that’s popped up over the past few days or so. There are favorites such as The Waterboysback with another piece of their new Good luck Researcher LP, and Bill CallahanPassing us anotherRead More →

Flowing Karma, a group of young musicians in wheelchairs, gave their first live concert on YouTube. An initiative of Chandigarh Spinal Rehab, it is the only Indian group on wheels. Nearly 3,000 views and still on the rise. Fluid karma, India’s only wheelchair music group, is thrilled with the responseRead More →

Jim steinfeldtGetty Images 1 “Ain’t Nobody” by Chaka Khan and Rufus (1983) 2 Kim Wilde’s “Children in America” ​​(1981) It’s the kind of song that makes the soundtrack to a cheeky teenage comedy like Distraught, which featured The Muff’s revival of the timeless success in the film’s opening scene. 3Read More →

The rock trio of Coyote man captivated listeners with their swashbuckling tunes in the rock metal genre with progressive instrumentals. They handed out exquisite numbers like ‘Death before dishonor‘,’Blatherskite‘ and ‘Remains‘ of the searched album ‘Precognition’. In my opinion, the tunes are spellbinding and have stunned the audience. The bandRead More →

The sleep-deprived first few months of parenthood are tough for everyone, but as a busy classical cellist, Anna steinhoff often found herself struggling to stay awake while performing, having “very successful performances” and “some downright embarrassing” due to her fatigue. Steinhoff and her husband, Justin roberts, a Grammy-nominated rock musicianRead More →

Christmas is here. Or, to put it another way, “Christmas Time is Here” is here. Simply put, this is the season when mainstream and indie pop music collectively decides what the world needs is more renditions of “Christmas Time is Here”, Vince Guaraldi and Lee’s holiday standard. Mendelsohn writes forRead More →

You’re wearing 90s clothes. You fondly remember 90s brands. Even looking at a choker makes you, well, choke. If you’re a certain age (meaning my age), there’s also a slice of pop songs that defined the decade—no, all your life. Icons from that era are doing comeback gigs and hostingRead More →

Rock band Listener exclusively presents the brand new music video for “There’s Money in the Walls”. Hailing from Kansas City, Listener is made up of singer and bassist Dan Smith, drummer Kris Rochelle and guitarist Jon Terrey. By creating self-labeled ‘spoken music’, the band describes their sound as an ‘almostRead More →