Before there was Danity Kane, there was Dream. P.Diddy’s OG girl group was formed in the early 2000’s, during pop music’s golden days, and quickly topped charts with their 2001 hits “He Loves You Not” and “This is Me.” Last week the original lineup reunited to sing “He Loves You Not” a capella — and they still got it! Click “continue reading” to hear Dream reunited.
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Janet Jackson officially announces her comeback in 2015 with the promise of new music, a new world tour, and a new movement. The legendary popstar announced the news via video and social media campaign using hashtag #ConversationsinaCafe. Click “continue reading” to watch the official announcement via video.
Kacey Musgraves will release her sophomore album, Pageant Material, on June 23. The album features her current single “Biscuits,” which is climbing the charts at country radio. Musgraves co-wrote all tracks on Pageant Material and also co-produced with Shane McAnally and Luke Laird. Click continue reading to see the official tracklist.
Nate Ruess releases dynamic new single “ahHa” from upcoming solo album Grand Romantic, which is due out June 16th. Ruess describes new single as “the evil twin” of “Some Nights,” Fun.’s album opener. Click continue reading to get your first listen to “ahHa” and to see where Nate Ruess will be performing this summer.
Bleachers announced new tour dates with Charli XCX this summer as they embark on a co-headlining tour. The first leg of the tour kicks off July 21st in San Diego and will be supported by B∅RNS. Click “continue reading” to see a full list of tour dates.
Get to know The Unknown, an impressive alternative band fronted by multi-instrumentalist and former One Republic member, Tim Myers. The Unknown is gearing up for the release of it’s debut album, Album One, on April 28th. Click “continue reading” to listen to lead single “Are You Ready For Me” now from The Unknown.
Brandon Flowers brought his Sunset Strip vibe to Webster Hall in New York City this week to perform songs from his forthcoming solo album The Desired Effect. The Killers frontman, dressed in full on lounge singer lamé, performed lead single “Can’t Deny My Love” and “Dreams Come True” from the new album along with “covers” of his band’s hits including “Mr. Brightside,” “Jenny Was a Friend of Mine,” and “Human.” Flowers even worked in a cover of Robert Palmer’s “Simply Irresistible” just because he could. Click “continue reading” to see photos of Brandon Flowers at Webster Hall.
Raptor Group, Roc Nation and Live Nation have once again partnered for the fourth annual Raptor House to show how technology has impacted media, music, sports, and entertainment industries. Some of this year’s Raptor House performers included Nick Jonas, Big Sean, Elle King, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears. And while the revolving door of celebrities never seems to stop, the likes of Jason Schwartzman, Rainn Wilson, Elijah Wood, and David Morse all paused briefly to have their photo snapped. Click “continue reading” to see photos from the Raptor House at SXSW 2015.
Brian Sendrowitz, frontman for indie pop band Beat Radio, truly believes that music should be a communal experience. And while it’s been nearly two years since Sendrowitz dropped Hard Times, Go!, he’s back with a split 7-inch vinyl shared with friend Maia Macdonald’s new band, Kid in the Attic. The limited edition split 7-inch vinyl was pressed with only 250 copies via Sendrowitz’s imprint, Awkward for Life, and includes Beat Radio’s song “Invisible Cities” and Kid in the Attic’s (aka KITA) “Roles Reversing.” Click “continue reading” to listen to both singles and learn how to order a limited edition copy for yourself.
Last Friday, the siblings Sierota, better known as Echosmith to all the “Cool Kids,” recently performed to a sold out crowd at Webster Hall in New York City. The pop band is currently on tour in support of their 2014 release, Talking Dreams, and appear to be riding high on breakout hit “Cool Kids” and current single “Bright.” Click “continue reading” to see photos of Echosmith performing at Webster Hall in New York City on February 27, 2015.