VIDEO: INTERVIEW – Elle King at Austin City Limits 2018

Over the past few years, Elle King experienced numerous highs and lows after the release of her debut album, Love Stuff in 2015. The album was a breakthrough for King, as the track "Exes and Oh's" hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Rock Songs Chart, and topped the AAA, Hot AC, and Alternative Radio charts and earned her two Grammy nominations, achieving double platinum sales. Though King’s hard work was paying off professionally, personally, she was falling apart. “I was struggling with mental health issues and exhaustion and literally felt like I was losing my mind,” she

B-Sides Top 25 Songs of 2015

2015 was a great year for music as some talented new artists such as, Halsey, Elle King and Vince Staples had strong debuts while the year also saw the emergence of twenty one pilots, who had memorable appearances at major festivals and whose fans lined up for their U.S. shows days before showtime. The veterans Muse, Modest Mouse and Beck came back with new music during the year and the collaboration of EDM stalwarts Martin Garrix and Tiesto superceded expectations. Check out the list of the top 25 songs of 2015. 13120

B-Sides Top 15 Of The Summer of ’15

As summer winds down and school gets back into session, B-Sides looks back at the songs that made the soundtrack to the summer of 2015. Lots of new artists were in rotation over the summer including, Halsey, Coleman Hell, Vinyl Theatre as well as established bands such as Muse, twenty one pilots and more. 12276

VIDEO: Interview – Elle King Talks Love Songs, The Donnas, Love Stuff

Elle King is no stranger being in the limelight. The daughter of comedian Rob Schneider and actress London King. Her parents divorced while Elle was quite young, but she still showed an interest in performing. Although she had a few minor acting roles (Deuce Bigalow, The Benchwarmers), King had a passion for music and experienced recognition for the song, "Playing For Keeps," which was featured as the theme song for VH1's "Mob Wives Chicago" and chosen for the national TV ad campaign for "Mad Men." The track was featured on her debut EP, The Elle King