The music business has changed dramatically in the last couple of decades since the massive expansion of the internet, the development of music file compression algorithms, and the concept of anonymous file-sharing services. The business has perhaps been slow to respond to the technological change having attempted, often through the law, to try and stem the tide of illicit file sharing with scant regard for the fact that those who use such systems to obtain digital goods, such as music, are now...
For some artists, the announcement of a Christmas album and tour might symbolize a valley in their career, though it often results in a lucrative holiday season. In the case … Click to Continue
Ashley Tisdale visits Times Square to dish on her upcoming album, "Symptoms."
The best way to understand multi-instrumentalist, singer, rapper and producer Masego’s unique blend of music he calls “TrapHouseJazz” is to see him create it in action. In a 2017 one-take YouTube video made in collaboration with French producer FKJ, Masego deftly navigates a narrow studio cluttered...
Why bother making a show about fictional characters who come to Los Angeles trying to make it and sing a lot when you can just find those people in real life (take that, La La Land!). Netflix’s new reality show Westside follows nine musicians in Los Angeles, intercutting documentary scenes
Ah, the days of optimism! Tell me, oh muse, of that lost golden era, of new hope looking forward to the future that would never end. Oct. 24, 2008, autumn leaves falling, recession blooming, election looming, phones growing smarter, media going social, and here came High School Musical 3: Senior Year.
“Opening Night” includes performances by Pusha-T, Teyana Taylor, Valee and 070 Shake. Sheck Wes will not perform “due to unfortunate circumstances.”
'It might still be in America but who gives a f***, you know?'
As Apple Music continues to expand with content and features, the service is picking up three new distributors to offer music, music videos, lyrics, and concert footage.
Seth Kaufman sends his video for "Godot the Musical," saying: "It is, I venture, the funkiest promotional book video ever made. The script appears in my new book Metaphysical Graffiti: Rock 'n' Roll & the Meaning of Life. So I decided to shoot it as a video. It recasts Vladimir and Estragon as hype-men waiting for 'The Master G' to come and rap."