To commemorate the 20th anniversary of Lilith Fair, Glamour Magazine interviewed Sarah McLachlan and the other women (and men) who got the festival on its feet for an oral history, full of background tidbits, reflections on how far things have come, and how far there is to go when it comes to women’s representation in…
Lurking within the 18-track, 69-minute album the Weeknd released in November, Starboy, is a tight collection of sweet, often housey R&B that’s as nostalgic as it is prescient. Drake’s Views could easily be pared down to a collection of pop containing non-obvious dance songs that eschew EDM brashness for pulsing…
In a masterfully sly move, Kim Kardashian has posted to her Snapchat account footage revealing that, despite what Taylor Swift has claimed, the pop star signed off on Kanye West’s lyrics for “Famous,” the first single from Life Of Pablo. The videos capture the phone conversation in which Kanye obtains Swift’s approval.
All your favorite major label musicians—Taylor, Gaga, Katy, Jennifer Hudson, Yoko Ono, Amy Grant and Kacey Musgraves, among many more—have joined the music industry’s titans in asking for reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
What was meant to be a profile of a band—of British duo The Last Shadow Puppets, for Spin—instead became a thinkpiece: this happened because one member of that duo, Miles Kane, decided to sexually harass the writer, Rachel Brodsky, during their interview.
On Sunday, January 17, Amber Coffman, a member of the band Dirty Projectors, was having breakfast with two girlfriends at a bar in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. They spent part of the time venting about their experiences with harassment from men, a conversation that picked up the following night at Coffman’s house between…
Last night, Lady Gaga was honored as Woman of the Year at Billboard’s Women in Music event. During her acceptance speech, Lady Gaga outlined the difficulties women face breaking into the music industry in a very Gaga-like way.
If you asked the average music fan to list their favorite producers, they might be familiar with some of the huge names—Rick Rubin, Timbaland, or Pharrell, for example. But most music producers fly under the radar, and most casual listeners would be hard-pressed to even name a female producer.
The powers that be sitting at the controls of the music industry will likely be implementing a global release date that would result in all new music around the world being released on a Friday. Here in the US, our street dates occurs on Tuesdays.
Sometimes you hear that the music industry is dying, that no one's buying records anymore and there are no true rock stars left. But according to a new list put together by the folks at Billboard, 24-year-old Taylor Swift raked in a metric shitload of cash last year.