12 new TV shows from 2020 to binge-watch after ‘The Queen’s Gambit’
For every mega-hyped show like Netflix's excellent ‘The Queen‘s Gambit' there are many more that deserve your attention. Here are a dozen new series from this year worth binging...
Pearl Jam, Ben Gibbard, Sir Mix-A-Lot & more playing “All In WA” livestream benefit
The benefit also features Dave Matthews, Brandi Carlile, Ciara, Joel McHale and more and happens June 7.
10 funniest ‘Best New Artist’ wins in Grammy history
The Grammys' 'Best New Artist' category has been the source of much scrutiny and the butt of many jokes for decades. Here are the ten most laughable wins in Grammy history...
Pandora’s “Top Thumb Hundred” of 2018 & artists to watch in 2019
Pandora's year-end charts also include the top rock songs, top hip hop songs, top R&B songs, top Latin songs, top dance/electronic songs, and top country songs of 2018.
Live Nation offering $20 tickets to over 2000 shows this summer
Live Nation is once again offering $20 "all-in" (aka service fees included) tickets to over 2000 shows happening this summer with a promotion they're calling National Concert Week. Those include shows with such artists as Arcade Fire, Beck, Dead & Company, Paramore, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Bon Jovi, The Smashing Pumpkins, Weezer/Pixies, Dwight Yoakam/Lucinda Williams, Janet Jackson, Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers, Alan Jackson, Bush/Stone Temple Pilots/The Cult, Counting Crows/Live, and lots more.
tix on sale: Glassjaw, Kesha/Macklemore, G-Eazy, Lorde, SOPHIE, Low Anthem, more
Plus: Ministry/Chelsea Wolfe, Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Gang of Youths, Dying Fetus, Sorority Noise, Shopping, and more NYC shows on sale.
tix on sale: Lana Del Rey, Thursday, Perfume Genius, Citizen, Mayhem & more
Plus: Sparks, Cut Copy, Mirah, The Shins, The Killers, Everything Everything, Stereophonics, and more tickets to upcoming shows.
YG shares two videos, announces tour with Kamaiyah & more
YG is still riding high off the strength of this year's great Still Brazy, and he's now got new videos for two of its tracks. One is for the great Drake and Kamaiyah collab "Why You Always Hatin?," and it stars both of those rappers in the video. The other is for a remix of "FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)," which has new verses from G-Eazy and Macklemore for some reason.