Under the covers. Three simple words. Three words that, when taken together, can—depending on one’s own proclivities—conjure up opposing images in the mind: naughty or nice, salacious or modest, dangerous or safe. Now, take these same three words and make them the title of the new album by singer-turned porn star-turned singer Colton Ford, and the brain activity intensifies.
E.M.D's Youngblood music video. Is this E.M.D's new number one hit ?
"American Idol" runner-up Adam Lambert, who has been coyly noncommittal about his sexuality since becoming a sensation on the TV talent show, will come out in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine in next month's edition.
Diane Birch may be the only new artist this year that sounds like an old favorite yet possesses all the freshness and allure of a significant breakthrough talent. Bible Belt is only her first album, but critics have already compared her to such iconic talents as Carole King, Laura Nyro, Elton John, and Alicia Keys. Fan response has been equally overwhelming: a week before its official June 2nd release date, Bible Belt debuted at #13 on the iTunes Pop Album chart.
Britney Spears music video - If U Seek Amy.
Powered by attitude, ambition, and adrenaline, The Sounds have earned an ardent global fan base with their frenzied live performances, applying punk-like provocation to a euphoria-inducing combination of soaring melodies, staccato guitar riffs, bubbling synths, and boisterous beats. On their new album, Crossing the Rubicon, the band—comprised of vocalist Maja Ivarsson; guitarist Felix Rodriguez; bassist Johan Bengsston; keyboardist Jesper Anderberg; and drummer Fredrik Nilsson—apply cunning hooks to intoxicating insolence, simultaneously honoring and defying every rock cliché in the book.
It takes but a listen to Thriving Ivory’s self-titled debut to hear the indelible sound of timeless rock for modern day music lovers. This is a band that effortlessly matches musical grandeur with visceral emotion and cinematic melodies, creating songs that embed themselves into the listener’s consciousness. The San Francisco quintet’s lyrics enchant with imagery that conjures transcendent spirits of ghosts and angels, yet the words also possess the power to ground listeners in the poetry present in everyday life.
Original Signal Recordings (OSR) is proud to announce the release of "Crossing The Rubicon", the highly anticipated album from Swedish quintet The Sounds. Set for a June 2nd release, "Crossing The Rubicon", follows up the successful "Dying to say this to you", which caught the attention of many for it’s fist-pumping rock, club anthems and sexed up new wave.
Representative Virginia Foxx (R - NC) is a horrible person, Lee Waters writes on his blog. Listen to his song called Virginia and he will donate everything that he earns on this song to The Matthew Shepard Foundation. He is dreaming about a big check... so why not help him.
Dance music sensation Erika Jayne’s third single, “Give You Everything,” is now available on iTunes. The surefire hit follows the heat from smash singles “Roller Coaster” and “Stars,” which both rocketed Jayne to #1 on the Billboard Dance charts and made her a favorite on dance floors across the world.