Former teen singer/actress Jojo has a new mixtape coming out called “Agape.” “We Get By” offers a taste of the new music.
You’d be forgiven if the news that INXS are calling it quits failed to turn many heads. The Australian band, for all intents and purposes, ceased to exist for many after lead singer Michael Hutchence’s lifeless body was found in a Sydney hotel room almost 15 years ago. There was no New Order-esque transition into something different, though not for lack of trying – assuming “ searching for a new frontman on a reality show ” and “ putting together a bizarre covers/tribute album with guest vocalists ” counts as “trying.” But I’m not going to say nor hear a bad word about [...]
The patron saint of heartbroken tweens returns with – comparatively – her most adult album yet, “Red”. Popblerd has the review!
New Pornographers front man delivers a third solo effort, heads for the woods.
Muse’s sixth studio album includes some genre-hopping, but doesn’t fail to delight.
Cher Lloyd is the latest pop challenger from across the pond. Will her American debut, “Sticks & Stones,” catapult the “X-Factor” contestant to the top of the charts?
Alanis Morissette is back with “Havoc and Bright Lights”, her first release since 2008′s “So-Called Chaos”. Popblerd has the review!
Who’s bad? We’re bad!! Check out the latest Blerd Radio podcast, which is a tribute to Michael Jackson on the 25th anniversary of the release of his classic 1987 album.
Christina Aguilera is on the comeback trail. The superstar (and “Voice” judge) returns with the Max Martin-produced “Your Body.”
After tackling Radiohead, Pink Floyd, and Beatles records, Easy Star All-Stars give the King of Pop the reggae royalty treatment with Easy Star’s Thrillah. Read our review!
Singer/songwriter Julian Velard’s latest EP, “Person of Interest” is a melodic pop treat. Read our review and then get thee to buying!
A decade or so ago, Joss Stone was a novelty of sorts. A young British woman with a deep knowledge of classic soul, she debuted with an album of somewhat obscure ’60s and ’70s R&B covers, recorded with the assistance and blessing of the likes of Latimore, Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson, Little Beaver and Betty Wright.She (at least partially) opened the door for the commercial success of the Amy Winehouses and Adeles of the world. The album revealed a voice that [...]