The story of an indie band who changed their name, their sound, their homebase and ended up on the final “Twilight” soundtrack.
When you think of Death Cab for Cutie frontman Benjamin Gibbard’s songwriting oeuvre, country music is not among the first things that pop to mind. But a few tracks on his new LP, Former Lives, have that certain twang on them
“‘We gotta write the prom song, come on!’ You know? That feeling of that slow dance,” Gwen Stefani says of the band’s new album.
Wonder how your favorite albums get made? Neon Trees say, in a behind the scenes look at their new album, that for them it started with a concept.
There are a lot of differences between the boy bands of the ’90s, ‘NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, and the new crop today. For one thing, neither the Wanted nor One Direction can dance. It’s […]
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Peter Gabriel[/lastfm]‘s legacy is one that will surely live on for generations to come; and his impact thus far on music as well as the influence he has had on a number of artists […]
From local heroes to international pop successes, the members of Los Angeles neo-psychedelic indie group [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Foster The People[/lastfm] have seemingly accomplished more in the last year than some musicians do in their artistic lifetimes. […]