Eminem.Jason DeCrow/AP Eminem saw his sales increase dramatically after his Super Bowl halftime performance last month. The Recording Industry Association of America declared that he was now the best-selling artist of all time based on singles sales in the United States. Other top musical artists on the organization’s list includeRead More →

The 2022 Billboard Music Awards will air live on both coasts on Sunday, May 15. The show airs on NBC at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. The awards show will return to its usual home of Las Vegas after two pandemic-era shows in Los Angeles. It will beRead More →

With each passing year, the music continues to change and discover new sounds. 2021 has been no different, and artists continue to leverage popular social media platforms to their advantage, including the trendy app TikTok. A long list of artists has made waves over the 12 months, but these 10Read More →

Award-winning South African musical artist Rhandzu Lucretia US-based singer-songwriter and producer Will Diehl in concert Award-winning South African musical artist Rhandzu Lucretia South African and American musical artists meet for a virtual collaboration between World, Pop, Jazz – Xitsonga and English – for songwriting during the pandemic. Working remotely withRead More →

You have listened to their songs over and over. Now it’s time to find out which artists are in the running for a iHeartRadio Music Awards. iHeartMedia and FOX Entertainment announced the 2022 nominees on Thursday, and fans are sure to see some of their favorite stars on the list.Read More →

Justin Bieber is the only artist with two hits nominated for Song of the Year at the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Awards. He’s in the running with “Peaches” (featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon) and “Stay,” his collaboration with The Kid LAROI. Other Song of the Year nominees include Ed Sheeran’s “BadRead More →

Photo by Lindsey Byrnes Agender, the Los Angeles quartet, cooks up the kind of ravishing, restless post-punk that’s not for the faint-hearted. Describing themselves as creators of “schizo, synthetic, paranoid” music, their songs juggle feelings of existential dread and a powerful “fetishism of femininity”. Originally the solo project of AustralianRead More →

Fender Musical Instruments Corp. launched Player Plus Studio Sessions: Powered by Fender. Amid lockdowns and social distancing, artists have struggled to find inspiration and support. Fender’s global program aims to fulfill the creative aspirations of independent artists around the world by bringing them back to the studio and providing themRead More →

Fender launched Player Plus Studio Sessions, allowing unsigned artists to earn 10 hours of recording time in a professional recording studio. The artists’ tracks will be judged by a panel of industry experts, including Nile Rodgers of Chic, Emily Kokal of Wolfpaint and Ashley McBryde. Fender says the initiative wasRead More →

Billie Eilish is changing the musical game with her new Gen Z perspective. While most artists produce their best work in a recording studio, Eilish prefers a more intimate experience. Here’s why the ‘Ocean Eyes’ singer hates the studio and how she came to record happier than ever at home.Read More →

Pirate, whose revolutionary self-service studio model has become the UK’s largest network of recording facilities, launched in the US after 12 months of planning. With the opening of new studios in Los Angeles added to the three recently opened in New York, Pirate’s affordable, keyless, contactless and 24-hour accessible conceptRead More →

Photo by Bruce Swedien/ Star Tribune by Kyndell Harkness On a pleasant spring afternoon, the man with the white walrus mustache and ergonomic cane sat outside the Minneapolis recording studio he had founded 60 years earlier. He fielded questions from high school students and local music schools. And he toldRead More →