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

TOP 17 Songs of 2017

As 2017 draws to a close, it's time to reflect on all the great music that was released during the last year and made an impact. The year gone by was a successful one for artists like Portugal. The Man and K. Flay, for example, who have been making music for some time but finally got the attention of the mainstream, whereas, newer artists like SZA and Sofi Tukker gathered momentum early in the year and steam-rolled through festival appearances and appeared in numerous online playlists shared throughout millions of social media profiles. From the ubiquitous tracks that were beaten

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 6/10/2017 – Paramore Tops Chart, Arcade Fire Debuts

With summer approaching and festival season kicking in, lots of new music is getting released, some of which is in the top 10. The new album by Paramore, After Laughter, was released last month and the track “Hard Times” takes over the top spot. New tracks by Royal Blood and Arcade Fire make their debut, as both bands have new albums coming out within the next two months, Royal Blood to release How Did We Get So Dark? and Arcade Fire will release Everything Now. Check out this week's Top 10! 15124

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 5/13/2017 – Spoon Maintains Top Spot, Paramore Debut

Spoon maintains the top spot with the title track of their latest and ninth studio album, “Hot Thoughts". The band, originally from Austin, TX has been together for over 20 years and continue to garner critical acclaim, which has been overwhelmingly positive for their latest LP. Bleachers vault to the runner-up spot with "Don't Take The Money" from their fortchoming release, Gone Now, due out on June 2, 2017. Paramore debut on the chart with "Hard Times" from their recently released album After Laughter. Check out this week's Top 10! 14956

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 4/29/2017 – Lorde Reigns on Top, Sir Sly Debuts

Lorde continues her reign on top of the B-Sides top 10 chart with “Green Light”. The New Zealand artist will be all over North America in 2017 in support of her second studio album Melodrama, set to be released in the summer of 2017. The new track “High” by Sir Sly makes its debut and Spoon make their leap up to the top three. Check out this week's Top 10! 14883

B-Sides Top 10: Week Ending 4/15/2017 – Lorde Retains Top Spot Coachella Weekend

Lorde stays on top of the B-Sides top 10 chart, as “Green Light” continues to its reign ahead of the highly anticipated sophomore release Melodrama, slated to be released this summer. “Scared to be Lonely” by Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa makes its debut as well as “Dance” by POWERS. Upward movement by Chris Lake and others keeps the pressure on the top spot as LP is locked in at the runner-up spot. Check out this week's Top 10! 14805

PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS: Austin City Limits 2013- Day Two

The second day of the Austin City Limits Music Festival was highlighted by the diverse sounds and weather that had the crowd fanning themselves during the day and bundling up at night. Headliners, The Cure gave a solid performance as lead singer, Robert Smith was animated and vocally strong. Not one for a lot of stage banter, Smith and co. let the music speak for itself, performing twenty six songs to a crowd that had skewed older but was also filled with some of Kendrick Lamar's audience. Lamar, the only rapper at the festival, had performed before the goth-rock headliners to

Top 10 Artists to See at ACL this Year

Austin City Limits kicks of this Friday, and the city is more than excited for all the fun.  Zilker Park will be flooded with tens of thousands of people for two weekends full of great music. While seeing the major acts like Muse and The Cure is expected, it’s always fun to explore some new sound. Check out these 10 artists below and see what appeals to your ear buds. 5622