Justin Bieber’s new single What Do You Mean? has overtaken One Direction’s Drag Me Down to become the most streamed Spotify track in its debut week. Ahead of the pop star’s new November 13 record, the 21-year old’s track racked up 21 million streams in…
John Lydon may not go by Johnny Rotten in his band Public Image Ltd., but the same surly, snarling persona remains. And in our interview, he’s as willing as ever to tell it like it is on everything from vinyl to Kim Kardashian.
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Rolling Stones' guitarist Keith Richards doesn't like rock, heavy metal, or rap, according to a new interview with the New York Daily News. He calls rock "like a dull thud," heavy metal legends "great jokes," and rap for "tone-deaf people."
Sennheiser's HD 400 line of headphones has been popular for quite a while due to its combination of sound quality and low price point. Now three new models in the line have been announced at IFA in Berlin.
JBL shows off a deluge of new headphones at IFA 2015, including three new series, the Everest, Reflect, and Grip. With everything from customizable noise cancelling, to Bluetooth wireless sharing, and sweat resistant exteriors, there's something for everyone.
In a recent interview, an Apple Music exec explained that the team is still working out some serious kinks in the system, explaining that there is plenty of work to be done before the system is running on all cylinders.
Kid Rock will host a weeklong celebration of Johnny Cash from September 8 to 12. The network will air films, docs and special programming including Johnny Cash: American Rebel, which features interviews with his children and delves into the icon's legacy.
Philips has unveiled a new kind of multi-room sound solution at IFA 2015 in Berlin. Called Izzy, the system uses Bluetooth to connect multiple speakers together and source music from any music service on your phone or tablet.
Panasonic revealed at IFA today that its iconic brand Technics will relaunch a series of turntables. The remade turntable features "direct drive motor control technology" that Panasonic says will improve sound quality.
Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal claims that Apple blocked the platform from live streaming a Drake performance. Drake’s manager said Apple had nothing to do with the decision not to include the rapper on the live stream, but Tidal stands by its…
Earlier this year, Bose announced a sequel to its SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker, and now it's giving the same treatment to headphones, unveiling the new SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II, inspired by its QC25 design.
Revisit the most memorable moments of the 2015 VMAs: from Nicki Minaj throwing shade at the pop star host and Justin Bieber breaking into tears post-performane to Kanye West announcing his 2020 presidency bid. It wasn't all good, but it certainly wasn't dull.
Beck, St. Vincent and Taylor Swift sang together on Beck's recent electropop jam "Dreams" during Swift's performance Tuesday night in L.A.. The indie darlings join a long list of guests that T-Swift has brought onto the stage during her "1989" tour.
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New music functionality on Vine gives users the ability to add music directly from their phones. Users can add a song from the app's new music library, or upload a track themselves, and then 'snap to beat' to create "seamless loops."
A private security firm is helping a water district full of celebrity homes identify and penalize those not adhering to new laws governing water usage. Tyga, Kylie Jenner, and several other big-name celebs have already been cited.
Even though she's expressed upset over not being nominated for Video of the Year, Nicki Minaj has confirmed that she will be opening this year's MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), set to air live this Sunday.
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