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The Black Keys Brings Down The House In Toronto

The Black Keys Brings Down The House In Toronto

September 17th, 2014

The Black Keys never fail to put on a killer rock show. They are one of those bands that you should definitely go see live. Whether you like their music or not is almost irrelevant. They gave that opportunity to fans in Toronto when they came through the Air Canada Centre last night along with […]

Death From Above 1979 Have Curated The Ultimate Playlist For Us!

Death From Above 1979 Have Curated The Ultimate Playlist For Us!

September 12th, 2014

Yesterday, we premiered Death From Above 1979′s new music video for Trainwreck 1979 and today, we’ve asked the reunited Toronto duo to curate a playlist of their fave music videos just for you! Take a look below or tune in to Much today at 6E/3P to see the band’s latest video along with 11 videos […]

Leighton Meester Releases ‘Heartstrings’ And We Are Feeling It

Leighton Meester Releases ‘Heartstrings’ And We Are Feeling It

September 9th, 2014

Former Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester is aiming to make her big break into the music biz with her debut album, Heartstrings. After a couple of sputtering starts, first with Robin Thicke on Somebody To Love in 2009 and then with Cobra Starship and their 2011 track Good Girl Gone Bad, Leighton is back with […]

Jimmy Fallon Brings Out Classroom Instruments For Meghan Trainor

Jimmy Fallon Brings Out Classroom Instruments For Meghan Trainor

September 5th, 2014

Meghan Trainor has all the right junk in all the right places and Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon, along with The Roots, have noticed. Black Simon and Garfunkel have already covered Trainor’s break-out single All About That Bass, giving it the acoustic treatment. It was only a matter of time before The Roots and Fallon […]

Listen to Shawn Mendes’ New Album Vine-yl

Listen to Shawn Mendes’ New Album Vine-yl

September 4th, 2014

Shawn Mendes is the newest pop sensation to come out of Canada, having gained thousands of fans through his 6-second covers on Vine. It’s the new YouTube, right Biebs? The 16 year-old singing sensation made his late night debut this week on Jimmy Kimmel and in addition to performing two tracks, Mendes also released his […]

Listen To Adam Levine Make ‘Sesame Street’ And ‘Muffin Man’ Sound Cool

Listen To Adam Levine Make ‘Sesame Street’ And ‘Muffin Man’ Sound Cool

September 3rd, 2014

Adam Levine appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week to one, talk about Gwen Stefani’s now famous Emmy flub (Colbert = Cold Bear, not Cold Bort) and to play a game. Natch. I’m sure he also mentioned that Maroon 5′s new album V dropped this week. It was probably in there somewhere. […]

Watch a teenaged Katy Perry talk about Christian Music and Her Parents

Watch a teenaged Katy Perry talk about Christian Music and Her Parents

September 1st, 2014

Rare footage of a teenaged Katy Perry giving a tour of her life on the road as a Christian music performer was released this weekend by Jim Standridge, a producer who was hired to put together a press kit for the future superstar, who was then Katy Hudson. Perry is a typical teen in the […]

Maroon 5 and Gwen Stefani’s ‘My Heart Is Open’ Is Painfully Pretty

Maroon 5 and Gwen Stefani’s ‘My Heart Is Open’ Is Painfully Pretty

August 29th, 2014

What happens when you combine artists with two of the most distinct voices in pop music? A painfully pretty song. At least that’s the case for Maroon 5′s new track My Heart Is Open off their upcoming album V. The five-piece pop rock band recruited Gwen Stefani, front man Adam Levine’s co-star from The Voice, […]

Weird Al Sings TV Theme Songs The Way They Should Be Sung

Weird Al Sings TV Theme Songs The Way They Should Be Sung

August 26th, 2014

The new trend in TV theme songs seems to be moving towards a lot of orchestral pieces with little or no lyrics. You’d be hard pressed to find a primetime show nominated during this year’s Emmys that features the next Remembrandt’s I’ll Be There For You or Phantogram’s California. We are in the era of […]

It’s Official: Iggy Azalea Is The Queen of Recoveries

It’s Official: Iggy Azalea Is The Queen of Recoveries

August 23rd, 2014

It takes a lot to be a performer. You have to have the drive, you have to have the talent, and you most certainly have to have the ability to deal with things not going perfectly. Things never go perfectly. Sometimes you Ashlee Simpson-jig your way off stage. Sometimes you let people talk you into […]

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