Back in their home country of England, London Grammar is already a sensation, but as they make their way across the States for the first time, they hope to win over the American public.
Nine Inch Nails took the stage at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival today to play their first show since 2009, treating fans to new songs off their upcoming album, Hesitation Marks, due out September 3.
One Direction create a scene wherever they go and having screaming fans follow them everywhere is something they admit they still aren’t quite used to.
Adele made a rare public appearance on Friday (June 21) to pay tribute to the man responsible for first giving her a record deal.
As a crowd of eager fans waited outside their hotel for a glimpse of the British boy banders, Radio.com asked them to recall the first time they heard their song on the radio.
“Fans always want to know what we like and what we don’t like,” Niall Horan said. “So we wanted to show them what we like, smell-wise, on girls.”
Trent Reznor has revived his legendary industrial band for a series of 2013 concert appearances, and now they have a new full-length on the way as well.
Daft Punk have quite successfully captured the imagination of not just the music world but the pop culture public at large, and done so in a way that both steals a page from KISS and strives for classic album status.
Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello teams up with producer Jacques Lu Cont to transform Depeche Mode’s latest single into a dance-floor stormer.
While Walk Off the Earth’s unique take on popular songs like Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” and Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” have wracked up millions of views, don’t call them a cover band.