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Upon close examination of several Kanye West interviews it becomes clear that all the man really wants is a chance to prove himself in the world of fashion design.
Mumford & Sons tapped into one of the same specific sources of inspiration as Avicii: the ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack. But what does the bluegrass community make of all this?
Radio.com Inside Out: How Thom Yorke Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb with Atoms For Peace
Whether it’s mellowing with age or the lack of pressure on a side project, one thing is certain: this has not been your average press cycle for Atom For Peace. We chronicle the increasingly absurd timeline.
We talked to the early arrivals at Pantera singer Philip H. Anselmo’s show at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre a few weeks back to get a sense of their take on the community and where the genre is headed.
Most metal artists and fans can agree: Sabbath is heavy metal’s ground zero. But what was ground zero for Sabbath? The original lineup hailed from working class Birmingham, England, in the rubble of World War II.
For latest Radio.com Inside Out mini-documentary, Metalheads Talking Metal, we sat down with some of the icons of the last few decades of heavy metal and hard rock to talk about the culture, why it’s so enduring, and how it has changed.
In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we explore the outsiders of reality singing shows: from Adam Lambert on American Idol to Beverly McClellan on The Voice to “burrito slinger” Josh Krajcik on X Factor.
Radio.com spoke with fans of One Direction to see what it is about this boy band that makes them go so crazy. What we found out, though, was that 1D fans aren’t actually crazy at all.
What are you getting when you attend Electric Daisy, or any of the other DJ-heavy festivals? In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we talked to artists and experts about just that.
An uncommon phenomenon hit the country music charts at the beginning of 2013: two top-selling singles — respectively from Carrie Underwood and The Band Perry — that are also murder ballads captured the public’s attention.
In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we explored Thirty Seconds To Mars’ music video history. The band themselves shed some light on their work, as well as a panel of past collaborators.
Following Amy & Adele, we’re now seeing artists like Emeli Sandé, Jessie Ware, Olly Murs, Conor Maynard and Daley make their way into the world. Through interviews with the artists, we explore the phenomenon behind their music and what inspired it.
For the latest Radio.com Inside Out, we take a look at what makes Rock Hall’s class of 2013 so special, asking music experts from EW and Rolling Stone and artists like Skynyrd, Run-D.M.C. and Sheryl Crow to sound off.