Category Archives: Music
by Lauren Baughman A few weeks back we introduced IA, a brand new Vocaloid diva to hit the scene, who made her US debut earlier this month at Continue?
by Lauren Baughman The Vocaloid world is the talk of the town today after the appearance of Hatsune Miku on last night's episode of the Late Continue?
by Lauren Baughman With the creation of Yamaha’s VOCALOID program, the pop music scene is slowly becoming invaded by unlikely stars. After Continue?
by Bill Thomas With Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel's October 14 release inching ever closer, the soundtrack is pretty much an inevitability, Continue?
by Maryroma Morris Marvels Guardians of the Galaxy is the second highest grossing film on the US Box office chart this week. The film has been hugely successful Continue?
by Maryroma Morris The name FKA Twigs has been buzzing around Londons music scene, and bouncing off the lips of hip hop scene kids. But Continue?
by Dan Isaksson Naoko Sasaki, she's the faint heartbeat of harmonious electronic music that wails through the hidden alleys and bars of Japan. Continue?
by Rex Wagner We've all heard the songs on the radio and we've all heard the same common themes that appear in what seems like every single Continue?
by Brian White Violinist Taylor Davis, who's known on YouTube for her covers of video game and movie themes, released a cover of the main theme Continue?
by Gabe Carey #8days8videos Weird Al Yankovic's latest album, Mandatory Fun, which released earlier this week to generally favorable reviews, Continue?
By Bill Thomas Well, hello there everyone! I have finally emerged from my hole--one dug from a shovel formed from wild stars--to bring Continue?
by Bill Thomas So, this is a thing that actually happened: as Rolling Stone has reported; Monster Energy used parts of five different Beastie Continue?
by Bill Thomas So, we all knew that Wilco's Jeff Tweedy was going to be releasing a solo album, but there has finally been some news Continue?
by Bill Thomas Modest Mouse just finished up a bunch of tour dates, but they didn't think it was enough; so they did what any self-respecting Continue?