There's a reason why Skrillex was nominated for a Grammy as best new artist. His dub-step music is paving the way for a new generation of electronic artists and revitalizing the genre. Not only is Skrillex the best new electronic artist, in my humble opinion he's also the very best on the planet.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo film composer has revealed that an early 2012 release followed by possible live shows is in store for his project consisting of himself, his wife Mariqueen Maandig and long-time collaborator Atticus Ross.
David Guetta has just released an official lyric video for his latest single, "Turn Me On" featuring Nicki Minaj. The song is the follow-up to Guetta's certified platinum and first ever Top 40 #1 single, "Without You" featuring Usher. Both tracks appear on Guetta's latest album, Nothing But the Beat, which has sold 1.5 million copies world-wide since its release in August.
One of my favorite bands ever has been left wandering the musical landscape for the past decade trying to come to grips with maintaining relevance. What does the band that helped launch 'nu-metal' in 1994, do now? They re-invent themselves again.
Korn's tenth studio album, 'The Path of Totality', will be released on December 6. Despite being an experimental effort loaded with electronic sounds, rock magazine Revolver has named it the top record of 2011; Check out singer Jon Davis' thoughts on the honor.
I recently caught up with guitarist/vocalist Charlie Scene of Hollywood Undead to talk about the band's latest release 'American Tragedy Redux' and if he's worried how fans will react to their songs being remixed. We also spoke about an upcoming new studio album and how Scene promises to bring back party anthems before summer 2012.
Grammy award winning DJ/Producer David Guetta, has been on a roll since the August release of his album Nothing but the Beat, landing two platinum singles and his first ever top 40 number one. This Tuesday, he stopped by the Ellen Degeneres Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform the #1 smash, "Without You" with Usher.
Blur frontman Damon Albarn's virtual band is at times absolutely mind-blowing and at times coffee-shop coma inducing. Thankfully this singles collection leans more to the positive side of Gorillaz and after listening to it I've wiped the band's last disastrous studio effort 'The Fall' from my mind.