Extreme sports gamers will rock to four songs from Chinese punkers Brain Failure on the upcoming release for Microsoft's XBox, Amped 3, due out in November.
Many artists and several labels have joined in the relief effort for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Indie rock, for the first half of the year, was defined by two acts, the White Stripes and Bright Eyes. No acts have surpassed their position, commercially or critically in the last five months, but…
Musician and producer Brian Eno unveiled a sound installation in Beijing Friday, his first in China and the second in a series sponsored by the U.K.'s British Council.
Marketing's a funny thing -- it can make a group hip or stale, make it ride a critical wave or turn it into a pop favorite. Never has that been more clear than at a show by these two teen-pop…
The world is ganging up on Hollywood. In a slap in the face to the U.S., member states of U.N. cultural body UNESCO have voted to protect their film businesses against creeping globalization -- in…
James Taylor will be honored as the 2006 MusiCares person of the year on Feb. 6 during Grammy Week festivities. Taylor's philanthropic work includes helping protecting the environment via the Natural…
Mariza, the budding Portuguese superstar, was in a talkative mood Wednesday night. The tall and stunning fado singer not only expressed appreciation in her remarks, she took a rapt audience deep into…
Courtney Love will publish a memoir about her time with her late husband, rocker Kurt Cobain. Book, to be published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux, will contain many previously unseen photos of Cobain…
Hurricane Wilma has forced MTV to cancel the Video Music Awards Latin America. Kudocast was skedded to air live from Playa del Carmen in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula today.
Oooh, baby, is it ever a wild world. Yusuf Islam, who went by the name Cat Stevens in the late 1960s and 1970s before retiring from pop music, was named songwriter of the year by England's performing…