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Emerging singer-songwriter Zella Day covers a lot of territory on her debut album, but she says it’s all about rock and roll.
“I just feel like as far as R&B and black music, there hasn’t been anything like this in a long time.” We have to agree with you, Leon.
Years & Years singer Olly Alexander left a burgeoning acting career for music, and considering the success of single ‘King,’ it was a smart decision.
For Mickey Guyton, a career in the music industry was always the plan, she just took a roundabout way to get there that included a devastating breakup.
Mission accomplished for the former President George W. Bush: Without him, there might be no Algiers, a band whose protest songs strike first for their intensity rather than their message.
This folk-turned-hard rock band from London is coming to America in hopes of becoming a band that will charm you.
Sam Outlaw stands out for being different and for this reason, he hopes he can turn new fans onto country music. His Ry Cooder-produced debut, Angeleno, comes out June 9.
When Kelsea Ballerini began writing songs at 13, she had no idea the music she was writing was country. Then she discovered Keith Urban and Taylor Swift.
Bringing people together is important for this half Mexican, half Japanese rapper from Chicago.
With ‘Overload,’ British pop trio Life of Dillon may already have the song of summer 2015. And summer is still a month away.
Old Dominion’s experience as songwriters writing for Dierks Bentley, The Band Perry & Tyler Farr has helped them land a major career boost—opening for Kenny Chesney’s Big Revival Tour.
The man behind “Bills” wants to make music that hinges on something more than a great hook. “I want to make music that people feel like they connect with,” he says. “I really want to make music for everybody.”
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“The whole record is so personal. I was avoiding this when I was talking to journalists before. I was avoiding the idea that any of it was personal at all.”
Allie X does not want you to know much about her. Perhaps, because she’s still trying to figure out who exactly Allie X is herself.
Courtney Barnett’s songs focus on the boring things in her life. The things the average person tends to overlook, but she somehow makes sound poetic.
Striking Matches’ debut album ‘Nothing but the Silence’ shows that amazing things happen when Sarah Zimmermann and Josh Davis put their voices—and their guitars—together.