Inviting and intelligent, Suzanne Vega's first album in six years is an 11-track examination of New York City — some personal, some observational, some fictional — with each track taking the shape of…
"We Are the Night" strays from the Chemical Brothers signature catchy rhythms and dark tones, opting for a softer sound that quickly becomes a bit long winded.
Maybe the world doesn't have room for another sensitive piano-playing chanteuse, but it's going to have to open up some space for L.A.-based singer-songwriter Alison Sudol, who records under the…
The shortlist for this year's Nationwide Mercury Music Prize was revealed Tuesday, with two former winners featured among the dozen nominees.
Most of the attention surrounding this release party for Mark Ronson's recorded debut, "Version" was focused on the scene and what A-list names might be making it. That's a shame, since the…
The hipster and indie aud for the Os Mutantes show at the El Rey was much younger then you'd expect to see for a band that broke up in 1978. Although the songs played were older than most of the aud…
Universal Music Group has pacted on two significant deals to boost its presence in mainland China.
Steve Greenberg, who left the major label world only to parlay discoveries of "Who Let the Dogs Out" and Joss Stone into a major label job, has rejuvenated his indie label.
While it's hard for some to forget the 2004 incident in which the group's rented bus accidentally dumped raw sewage off a bridge onto a boatload of sightseers and the Chicago River below, the Dave…
E! is headed to the Dogg house. Cabler has greenlit production on a half-hour reality skein focusing on hip-hop superstar Calvin Broadus Jr., aka Snoop Dogg.
For someone going through the rock version of a mid-life crisis, Chris Cornell looked and sounded like a very relaxed and happy man at the Wiltern. There were even signs of maturity.