RedEye's Dana Moran says Taylor's new record lacks the personality that makes her work special.
Run the Jewels, FKA Twigs and Death From Above 1979 highlight the month.
The British pop group is set to play Soldier Field next August
There will be a new Chance the Rapper full-length in 2014. In a lengthy interview with Billboard Magazine yesterday, the Chicago native revealed a lot of new information with the biggest announcement being that his next project will be out before the end of the year. Despite a consistent stream of one-off singles throughout this year, this will mark his first full release since 2013's breakout "Acid Rap." Here's 5 things we learned about the record.
Chief Keef has reportedly been dropped by Interscope Records
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At the Foo Fighters show at Cubby Bear last week, Dave Grohl teased the crowd about a possible show across the street at Wrigley Field some day -- following the leads of friends Paul McCartney and Pearl Jam. "Maybe we'll even play Wrigley Field one day," he said. "We'll be back soon, I hope. Might not be at the Cubby Bear."
In some respects, time hasn’t been on Hozier’s side recently. He was only in town for three or four hours while performing at Lollapalooza, preventing him from checking out the Chicago blues that influenced him or seeing sights from “The Blues Brothers,” which he’d watch on repeat as a kid. Despite a willingness to participate in pretty much any skit while in studio to perform at “Saturday Night Live” (where he says Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd and Steven Spielberg were in attendance), there wasn’t time to make that happen.