Three years after releasing their debut single, “Pumped Up Kicks,” Foster the People are back and singing about the trials and tribulations of attempting to grow up and not fade away.
Back in their home country of England, London Grammar is already a sensation, but as they make their way across the States for the first time, they hope to win over the American public.
One Direction create a scene wherever they go and having screaming fans follow them everywhere is something they admit they still aren’t quite used to.
J. Cole addressed his eager and ecstatic audience at New York City’s Irving Plaza last night (June 19) with mild, playful caution: “If you came to hear the hits, this is not your night.”
As a crowd of eager fans waited outside their hotel for a glimpse of the British boy banders, Radio.com asked them to recall the first time they heard their song on the radio.
“Fans always want to know what we like and what we don’t like,” Niall Horan said. “So we wanted to show them what we like, smell-wise, on girls.”
The excitement surrounding forthcoming release of Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories has spilled over into the art world with a new art show in San Francisco.
The latest take on Daft Punk’s soon-to-be dance classic ‘Get Lucky’ comes in the form of a screaming goat tribute, titled ‘Goat Lucky.’
Daft Punk mania has reached the comedy circuit. With the French dance music duo releasing a series of “Collaborators” videos featuring the likes of Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers leading up to the much-anticipated May […]
It’s quite possibly the single most buzzed-about song in the world right now, one many thought they’d heard early in the week, but really hadn’t. Where previously-released bits and pieces of Daft Punk’s new single, […]