The trailer for The Dark Knight Rises is finally out, and the final film in Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy looks very promising.
The only thing that’s surprising about the NFL’s announcement is the realization that Madonna hasn’t played the Super Bowl before.
You should familiarize yourself with these songs right now because you’re going to be hearing them all winter.
Less than 24 hours after Brett Ratner stepped down as Oscar producer amid controversy surrounding a recent anti-gay slur he made, Eddie Murphy has followed suit.
Four years ago, Leslie Feist—who performs under her last name—released The Reminder. Its hit single “1234” (remember the whimsical music video that accompanied it?) became so pervasive that the snippet used in Apple’s iPod …
So Lou Reed and Metallica have teamed up to create an album. Wait, it gets weirder.
The swimming baby is all grown up and that dollar bill he’s chasing is worth about 60 cents.
Here’s a question for you: If a band releases an album that’s not its best work, but is still better than most music produced by most other bands, would you praise it?
It’s been nearly five months since Ryan Adams released something. For the famously prolific songwriter, that’s practically an eternity.
Hey, remember when Jack White was in the White Stripes? Remember when he started his two other, bands, the Dead Weather and the Raconteurs? Remember when he worked with Insane Clown Posse. Wait, what?
Last night at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, Tyler, the Creator, the 20-year-old member of the nihilistic underground rap collective Odd Future, beat out indie pop newbies (Foster the People) and overhyped music industry …