Satan’s power has led mankind astray, and Annie Lennox, Barenaked Ladies, and 98 Degrees are here to remind us of that fact.
Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin has gone to the notorious “pharma bro,” who seems to be looking for companionship.
On A Head Full of Dreams, they’ve lost even the ability to excite with gentleness.
He deserves to. But Academy members would have to overcome their historic bias against hip-hop, as well as against music that won't play well at Starbucks.
Thanks to Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo, Kenny Leon, and a lot of star power
The Stone Temple Pilots singer, now dead at 48, brought an old idea of rock stardom to a new era.
Like it or not, their halftime booking is a reminder they're the biggest youngish rock band going.
Major Lazer's “Lean On” is the top-streamed song of the year, probably because it encapsulated a lot of its trends.
What’s M.I.A.’s “Borders” video really about?
Twenty-five years ago, the lip-syncing models were dethroned—and a class of more sophisticatedly manufactured stars took their place.
On Alanis Morissette and Demi Lovato’s American Music Awards duet
She’s followed one of the best-selling albums ever with a symphony of self-deprecation.
The multi-platinum Irish singer returns with her first new album in seven years, Dark Sky Island.
Terrorism is antithetical to the ideals of most music.
One heartthrob act giddily recycles; the other solemnly pushes ahead.
“WTF,” her comeback single, is pure rhythmic pleasure.
In saying he's gay, Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos shrugs off expectations.
Art Angels’s weird, giddy pop songs are perfect for when you need to annihilate enemies.
Forget taste. Give in to ‘Adventure of a Lifetime.’
“Sandra’s Smile” is a powerful statement of weariness.