Last week RedEye premiered "Read My Mind," one of my favorite tracks from "Television Fuzz," the debut full-length from former RedEye Rock 'n' Vote winners the 92s. Now, the full album is finally here.MORE>>
Teaming up with singer Pia Mia for a powerful futuristic tune, Chance the Rapper brings a staggered defiant verse to this Clams Casino-produced track off of the soundtrack for "Divergent" (out March 11, with the film itself being released on March 21.)MORE>>
In the past year and a half or so, independent rapper Macklemore undeniably has become one of the biggest faces in hip-hop.MORE>>
The wait is almost over: On March 4, 2012 RedEye Rock 'n' Vote winners The 92s will release their debut full-length, "Television Fuzz." I'm excited, and you should be too.MORE>>
March roars in like a lion with noise-rock legend Bob Mould and fiery Indiana MC Freddie Gibbs, and out like a lamb with comparatively mellow R&B stylists How to Dress Well and Sam Smith. In between, music fans will be treated to a diverse array of concerts from on-the-rise groups (Bastille, Saintseneca), arena stalwarts (Kings of Leon, Miley Cyrus) and one teenage singer, Lorde, still riding high from her recent Grammy triumph. Here are the month's 30 best shows. --Andy Downing for RedEyeMORE>>
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Mantras about living in the moment don't come much more vivid than the chorus of "Keep Me in the Dark," off Chicago electro-poppers The Noise FM's recent album "Attraction." "Whatever you've done before, just keep me in the dark," Alex Ward sings, "Whatever you've got in store, just keep me in the dark."MORE>>
Despite country music's recent surge in popularity, the uninitiated still may not know who to listen to outside of, say, Carrie Underwood. RedEye reached out to Billboard magazine's Andrew Hampp and Annie Reuter, a New York-based writer focusing on country music for outlets like CBS radio, via phone for their tips on navigating the modern country scene.MORE>>
American soul singer Fontella Bass, who topped the R&B chart in 1965 with the so...
American soul singer Fontella Bass, who topped the R&B chart in 1965 with the song "Rescue Me," died in St. Louis. She was 72.