RSS FeedEditorial Emissions

Artist Update: Usher

Usher Covers Foster The People’s “Pumped Up Kicks” The iconic R&B and urban musician Usher just released a new CD, Looking For Myself, yesterday.  It’s his 7th studio album, and decided to try some different publicity moves this time around.  Most still expect this new record to debut in the #1 spot next week after […]

On The Verge: Zammuto

2012 is proving to be a massive year of touring for Zammuto. The acclaimed quartet, fronted by Nick Zammuto (formerly of avant-folk duo The Books), today announce a string of dates supporting indie-pop megastar Gotye, the Belgian-Australian crooner responsible for perhaps the biggest breakout of the year, “Somebody That I Used to Know“. The announcement […]

Artist Update: Metric

Today, June 12th, marks the U.S. release of Synthetica (MMI/MOM+POP), Metric‘s fifth full-length studio album.  Guitarist and album producer, Jimmy Shaw, describes Synthetica’s enthralling balance of futuristic and organic sound on the new record as “[…] the culmination of everything we’ve done.  We’ve always had a sound in our heads that we hoped to realize. […]

Artist Update: FIDLAR

FIDLAR (Fuck It Dog Life’s A Risk)  is very excited to premiere their “No Waves” video on “The video pays homage to the VHS era, emanating greasy production values, as it flickers through home-shopping commercials, exercise videos and a talk show before launching into the campy ode to ’90s TV shows and homemade hangout […]

Video: Young Empires – “White Doves”

So, the music industry has done it again. Yes, below, you will see a video, and quite honestly, its a solid song from Young Empires. Here it is, the first single, “White Doves” which is off their new album “Wake All My Youth”. WHITE DOVES — YOUNG EMPIRES from Miles Jay on Vimeo. However, Young […]

Artist Update: Best Coast

The Southern Cali duo of Best Coast have been touring behind their latest project, The Only Place. They also somehow found some time to make another music video. The first single, also called “The Only Place”, debuted yesterday. We will be posting a live show review of them soon. It was also just announced that […]

Video Of The Week: St. Vincent “Some Of Them Are Old” (Brian Eno Cover)”

Of course this is the weekend that Bonnaroo kicks off. So that means you are probably going or wishing that you were. At least those of us who can’t will be able to watch it on youtube. This week Dallas artist St. Vincent released a new music video for “Some Of Them Are Old”, a […]

Artist Update: Megadeth

After just performing at Rocklahoma this past Memorial Day weekend, Dave Mustaine and Megadeth were playing Metalfest in Croatia on June 5th when there show was suddenly halted by rude concert-goers throwing anything they could find.  Eyewitnesses at the concert report that when Dave came out on stage with Megadeth there were some drunk and […]

On The Verge: Haim

We first told you about the new band Haim (sounds like Time)  a couple of weeks ago. The name is taken from their own last name. Dennis randomly came across their song “Better Off” and introduced us to them. In the short time since, the R&B/folk group was named as part of MTV’s The Six […]

Artist Update: Killer Mike “Big Beast”

Nothing like a new banging track to help push us towards the weekend. The ever-radical Killer Mike has just debuted the Thomas C. Bingham directed music video for acclaimed single “Big Beast” featuring Bun B and T.I.  Resembling something akin to a Robert Rodriguez film, the three MC’s go full-throttle as they maintain their own […]

« go backkeep looking »
Page 43 of 70« First...102030...4142434445...506070...Last »

Music Emissions music community
Music Emissions
Rate, Recommend, Review

© 1999 - 2013 Music Emissions
Acceptable Use | Privacy Policy | Built by Scanland Development
Facebook | Twitter