No matter how much the music industry has changed over the years, our love of music remains the same. Whether it's discovering a new favorite band on Pandora or reacquainting ourselves with an old favorite album on Spotify, the draw always has been and always will be the music. We sure do love our iPods, though!
Check out our latest interviews, features and reviews below, along with some new playlists and fun videos.
|Friday Video - Gangnam Style|
August 31, 2012
|Friday Video: 'Incident of 57th Street' live by Bruce Springsteen|
August 24, 2012
|Friday Video: Green Day Live performing 'Holiday'|
August 10, 2012
|Friday Video: 'Revenge' live by A Place to Bury Strangers|
August 03, 2012
|Friday Video: Something by The Beatles|
July 27, 2012
November 14, 2011
Jeff Morgan breaks down the various music services available for streaming your tunes on the web.
October 18, 2011
The Jack's Mannequin frontman offers up the 10 songs that are currently rocking his world (and his iTunes playlist).
September 30, 2010
Guys may not be allowed to show their true feelings, but at least we had albums like Joe Jackson's Laughter & Lust and the "Garden State" soundtrack to lean on in tough times.
Singer/songwriter, frontwoman for The Go-Go's
The former Go-Go's singer recently sat down with us to talk about her new best-of compilation, Icon.
Guitarist for Jane's Addiction
[We did] a pretty long tour with Nine Inch Nails, and we've been to Europe a bunch, so we've been pretty much a band for the past two or three years. It doesn't feel that long.
Panic! at the Disco singer
The whole time we were a four-piece [band], there was this thing gnawing at my conscience. "You have these ideas you should show people," and for whatever reason held them back. I can't hold back; I have to bring all the ideas.
Author and Motley Crue bassist
It’s (being a circus performer) very similar to rock ‘n’ roll, isn’t it? You’re sort of outcasts until society decides that you’re popular, and then when you become popular, you’re then accepted into their arms and adored.
It’s impressive to see a band who defined themselves with all things adolescence find a way to maintain those elements yet grow beyond them at the same time.
If they can deliver three albums that do this much with such a paper-thin gimmick, there might not be anything they can’t do.
"There’s something hopelessly noble about an album aimed so squarely at the heart."
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