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Tove Ebba Elsa Nilsson, the pop singer known as Tove Lo, emerged out of Sweden last year with "Habits (Stay High)," a song that pulled no punches in its description of coping with a breakup in the…   Read Story »
Between 1988 and 1989, I spent a year in England, and with the possible exception of Michael Jackson, the Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue was the absolute biggest thing in music in the UK at that…   Read Story »
What are you doing right this second? Reading this article, right? And maybe toggling between several other tabs, blasting some music, sipping some iced coffee, and/or twirling your hair? Maybe…   Read Story »
Every few years, a musician achieves that rare combination of commercial dominance and critical acclaim -- and therefore inspires lots of copycats -- only to willfully retreat from the spotlight.…   Read Story »
We need to have a conversation about Coldplay. Chris Martin's band has been a punchline since that first fresh-faced beach walk, and there are some good reasons for that. When your debut album…   Read Story »
Which album are you gunning for at the Grammys? If you're a regular reader of this site, chances are you're hoping Daft Punk gets lucky with an Album Of The Year win for Random Access Memories, or…   Read Story »
Back in 1995, Kylie Minogue was still a recovering Aussie teen idol when she and Nick Cave recorded "Where The Wild Roses Grow," a duet for Cave's Murder Ballads album. This was a legitimately…   Read Story »
It's frustrating when texting "Haiti" to 90999 is the best most of us can do to counter the overwhelming devastation in that country, but that's a reflection both of our limited day-to-day resources…   Read Story »
Tonight the British music industry packaged their self-image for all to YouTube. The nominations were very Duffy with a side of Coldplay, and Duffy wound up being the main dish, but poor Chris Martin…   Read Story »
In case you didn't know, yesterday (12/1) was World AIDS Day. To help mark the occasion, Bono added a wing to his organization (RED): RED(WIRE)'s a new website that will feature exclusives from…   Read Story »