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

On Radar: EL VY

Early last month Matt Berninger (The National) and Brent Knopf (Menomena, Ramona Falls) announced that they would be teaming up for a new collaborative project under the name EL VY; a project almost ten years in the making. 12254

Recap: Boston Calling Fall 2014

The 4th annual Boston Calling Festival came to a close last night, and even though things didn't go as smoothly as possible, it was still one for the books. The festival seems to have found its rhythm, following a pacing similar to the spring edition of the festival B-Sides covered this past May. 9928

The National Announce Album Release, Tour Dates

The National have announced their self-produced fifth studio album, Trouble Will Find Me, will be released on May 21, 2013. The New York-based band will play a one-off show in Ithaca, NY on May 16 before embarking on a world tour. Front man, Matt Berninger, described the songs as more “immediate and visceral” than their previous work and the new album has "a directness, a coherency and an approachability that suggests The National are at their most confident." 3062