I've come to measure my years not by the arrival of January 1st, but rather by the arrival of the annual Coachella lineup announcement. This year is no different than any other in regards to the amount of disappointment plenty of people feel the need to express, but it is different in regards to the diversity of the lineup, including a list of headliners that for the first time in a while features not only no big time reunions, but also no rock acts. Let's take a look at some of the smaller font talent featured for the multi-weekend event.
February is here, and with it, the 2015 Grammy Awards. LL Cool J will be licking his lips as host for the fourth consecutive time in a year full of as many familiar faces, as it is new ones. There's a few huge surprises here, the biggest probably being that T-Swift didn't get a Best Album of the Year nod, yet Beck did. Ms.Swift did pick up a nomination for Record of the Year however, a category in which she is surrounded by newcomers Iggy Azalea, Sia, Sam Smith, and Meghan Trainor. Despite the surprises, and sometimes questionable nominations, we
Don't freak out, but this Sunday is Mother's Day. You still have some time to get yo mama something fancy, so don't sweat it! B-Sides knows how hard moms around the world rock, so we decided to pay tribute to moms everywhere by picking our favorite moms who literally rock. Here's our list of the most rockin' moms in rock n' roll: 8831
Beyoncé may not be classified in the alternative music genre, but she showed some of that punk rock attitude by releasing a brand new “exclusive visual album” without any hype, any forewarning or the now-accusomed "leaks". The self-titled effort release is accompanied by a video for each track. Referencing the video release to each track, Beyoncé stated, “I see music. It’s more than just what I hear. When I’m connected to something, I immediately see a visual or a series of images that are tied to a feeling or an emotion, a memory from my childhood,
Some of the music's most popular artists have come together for a charity album, ‘Rhythms Del Mundo: Africa’, the latest project from Artists Project Earth(APE). The album features mostly remixes from well-known artists such as Coldplay, Beyoncé, Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mumford & Sons, Plan B, Bruno Mars, REM and Fleet Foxes alongside African musicians. APE travelled to Mali to record African musicians, Toumani Diabaté, Bassekou Kouyate, Ali Farka Touré Band, and Rokia Traoré. Sessions also took place in Kenya, South Africa and Swaziland. Members of Miriam Makeba’s band and Senegalese musicians also added to