Emeli Sandé is undoubtedly the reigning queen of new British soul. The New York Times reports that her debut album, Our Version of Events, has now spent 63 weeks at in the top 10 of the U.K. album charts, besting the Beatles’ 62-week run with their debut, Please Please Me.
The story of an indie band who changed their name, their sound, their homebase and ended up on the final “Twilight” soundtrack.
“‘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.
Her fear of the dark, linked to insomnia, may be what gets creative types like Goulding out of their beds and into writing, even in the wee hours of the morning.
When she covered the most depressing song of the summer, Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know,” earlier this year, it was unexpected to say the least.
With a soulful voice and a beard that can rival any indie-folk artist, Alex Clare’s break-through single has taken the summer by storm.
She’s a mother, a wife, a “Survivor,” a Grammy winner, and now an award-winning journalist. Beyonce seems to be the pop star who can do it all.
For their latest album, Picture Show, Neon Trees looked to Hollywood for inspiration and came out with something a little bit dark and ended up coming full circle on their feelings about Los Angeles.
Adele’s latest album, 21, has sold 9 million copies worldwide and has spent more time at #1 than any album since Santana’s Supernatural (1999-2000.) The album is a highly personal collection of powerfully emotional songs […]
In honor of Independence Day next Monday, this week’s Mindful Monday quotes and inspirational songs are all about freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of these things–both internally and externally. Our list includes uplifting, positive songs from artists […]