With this week's release of "The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2," a companion album to March's blockbuster "The 20/20 Experience," Justin Timberlake has now produced 144 minutes of new music within the…
In a week filled with new arrivals, Hawaiian troubadour Jack Johnson prevailed on the U.S. album chart, capturing his third consecutive No. 1 album. Johnson's "From Here to Now to You" (Brushfire)…
Arriving on Tuesday, Drake's third album "Nothing Was the Same" represents the final entry in this summer's trifecta of hugely hyped new releases from hip-hop's biggest names, following Kanye West's…
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"The Last Ship," the new Broadway musical with songs by Sting, has filled in its production timeline, with a Chicago tryout set for this summer prior to a fall bow on the Main Stem. Set against the…
Il Divo, the popular four-member classical-pop group, will tubthump the act’s latest album, the Broadway-themed “A Musical Affair,” with a brief run of Rialto concerts set for the Marquis Theater in…
Though they fundamentally split up last year, Americana duo the Civil Wars has scored their first No. 1 album with their eponymous new release. "The Civil Wars" (Sensibility Music/Columbia) claimed…
Perhaps no major tech world figure has been as proactive about his rock fandom as Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who's finally going solo with his own album "Everywhere at Once."
After winning album of the year in 2011 “The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire are back with a new release scheduled for Oct. 29. The Canadian alt rockers made the announcement via Twitter (in response to a fan)…
Amid a slim field of holiday-week new releases, J. Cole's "Born Sinner" split with tradition and became a late-breaking No. 1 on the U.S. album chart.
Jay-Z is one of pop music's greatest mythmakers, and his most jealously guarded myth is the notion that what he does is effortless. You see this in his insistence on composing rhymes without pen and…
More than a little inspired by the now-classic "Shit People Say in L.A.," one of Buzzfeed's highly shareable series of lists includes Only-in-L.A. observations such as "You refuse to walk anywhere…