2018 Grammy Moments: Highs and Lows

The 60th annual Grammy Awards returned to New York City after a 15 year absence and came back with a bang. CBS Late Late Show host, James Corden returned to host the event and allowed the musicians and artists to be the star. Outstanding performances from Kesha and Kendrick Lamar were moving, while collaborations of Cardi B and Bruno Mars along with Elton John and Miley Cyrus turned out to be fun, joyous and entertaining. Here are some of our highs and lows from "Music's Biggest Night". 15922

Dave Grohl Breaks Leg During Concert, Finishes Show Anyway

Lead singer of Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl suffered a broken leg during the band’s set in Gothenburg, Sweden. The band was in the midst of its second song, “Monkey Wrench” at Ullevi Stadium when Grohl appears to have tripped and fell off the stage. It seemed like the band was done for the night, as the rest of the band informed the crowd they’d come back when the band was at full strength and would do a few covers before leaving the stage. During their cover of “Under Pressure”, Grohl was carried onto the stage on a

Top 25 Songs of 2014

Another year has gone by but not without the great memories and appreciation of the amazing music that was released in 2014. The year started off with the "#Selfie" mania brought on by The Chainsmokers only to be replaced by the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge mania that had every celebrity and next door neighbor pouring buckets of ice water on themselves. 2014 ended with new offerings by veterans Weezer and Foo Fighters, capping off a year that brought on strong new artists in the form of Sam Smith, Hozier, Milky Chance, Vance Joy and others. Our Top

Album Review: Sonic Highways by Foo Fighters

The Foo Fighters' new album, set to release tomorrow, November 11, is aptly named Sonic Highways as it was recorded in eight different legendary studios across the country.  The project has such huge importance for the band, they even released a documentary series on HBO with the same name, filming the making of the project, which front man Dave Grohl refers to as "a love letter to the history of American music." 10607

Albums You Need To Own

Taylor Swift released her fifth studio album "1989" last week, and with it, she swiftly(sorry, had to) pulled her entire music catalog from Spotify. Artists are no stranger to demonizing the music streaming app, blaming it for contributing to the decline in album sales in the biz but, not even Spotify or piracy could stop the almighty T-Swift from shattering expectations; selling more than a million copies in her first week. The pop starlet claims that the move is in defense of music, which is a rare commodity that deserves the money it asks listeners to pay for. This got

INTERVIEW: Finch

Finch broke onto the post-hardcore scene with 2002's "What It Is To Burn," a pivotal album in the scene, that the band recently celebrated the anniversary of with a tour which saw them playing the fan favorite front to back every night. The band reformed for that tour after having been broken up for a couple years, and on the fuel provided by their reunion anniversary tour, wrote a killer new album, "Back To Oblivion," their first full length in nearly a decade. B-Sides caught up with the guys at their stop in Boston on Monday, and chatted about the

10 Best Foo Fighters Songs

The Foo Fighters recently announced they were releasing a new album in the fall of this year. Few modern rock bands can boast the success of this group. They have had five of their seven albums go platinum and the other two were certified gold. Needless to say, they're pretty great. Before they grace our ears with new genius lit's look back at their best work from yesteryear. 9803

The Sophomore Slump(Or Lack Thereof?)

Kendrick Lamar took hip-hop by the horns with his 2012 mainstream debut "good kid, m.A.A.d city." This fall promises the release of his highly anticipated follow-up, and the question on everyone's mind is whether it will live up to thy hype, or suffer from the cursed sophomore slump. Kendrick's not the first artist to face such high expectations though. Here's a list of some of our favorite sophomore albums: 9699

Diary From Firefly Music Festival Pt. 2

After the wildly successful first installment of my diary from a music festival I've returned to finish the story. The people are clamoring to find out what it is really like to go to one of these modern Woodstocks. When we last left off I was still settling in at Firefly. After the end of the second day I was exhausted but excited. There was much more to explore in the dusty landscape. Outkast and Jack Johnson were in my future, after all. My journey wasn't even half way over, and things only got better as time went on. 9588

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Foo Fighters

Few bands can get away with shutting the streets down in a town and not be arrested. Foo Fighters are one of those bands. This past Saturday night they did just that at Preservation Hall in New Orleans. 9082

Foo Fighters Announce Indefinite Hiatus

In a brief statement on their website, Dave Grohl announced an indefinite hiatus for Foo Fighters. The news follows up a brief statement the band made at the Reading Festival in the U.K. over the weekend, where Grohl stated, "It's the last show of the tour and it's the last show for a long time.' The band's last appearance in the U.S. included the DeLuna Fest in Pensacola Beach, FL in September and the Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco in August. 2253

PREVIEW: San Francisco’s Outside Lands 2012

This year’s festival circuit is full of old classics and a few new favorites and San Francisco’s Outside Lands is bringing the best to Golden Gate Park. Headliners Metallica, Stevie Wonder, Neil Young & Crazy Horse are obvious must-see acts and Foo Fighters, Beck and Jack White speak for themselves, but a few other stand-out performers deserve a little love. We could give a list of 30 bands that you "have to see" and we know that planning your festival schedule is always a tricky feat, but B-Sides wishes you the best of luck and we hope this gives you a