You’ve played air guitar, drummed on your desk and hummed along to the hundreds of hit songs, jingles and themes they recorded. Who are they? The Wrecking Crew.
The English singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding made her New York City concert debut on Thursday, September 30th with a very well-received show at the Hiro Ballroom in Chelsea.
Klaxons performed material from their new album, Surfing The Void, as well as songs from their 2007 Mercury Prize-winning album Myths Of The Near Future at their stellar September 20th concert at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom.
Paul Weller, still one of rock’s best interview subjects, gave a great interview to XFM Manchester’s Clint Boon last week.
Newcomers The xx have been named as winners of this year’s Mercury Prize for their self-titled debut album during ceremonies held tonight (Tuesday, September 7th) at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Ellie Goulding has released the fourth single, “The Writer,” from her Lights album. She will be playing two special shows in America, in L.A. and NYC, later this month.
Rarities abound in Tom DiCillo’s ‘When You’re Strange: A Film About The Doors’ An interview with the filmmaker.
Like many longstanding bands, the Buzzcocks have something of a built-in fanbase that will come to see them whenever they come to town. But the Buzzcocks do not take their fanbase for granted at all. They delivered a fantastic, high-energy show that left everyone happy.
Kate Nash recently dropped by the Leicester Square studios of XFM London to discuss her new album, My Best Friend Is You, with DJ John Kennedy.
Kate Nash is making the promotional rounds in the run-up to the release of her second album, My Best Friend Is You. (The album is being released next Monday, April 19th, in the UK and the following day in the United States.)