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EXCLUSIVE: Interivew With Natalie Stovall and The Drive

The movers and the shakers in the country music industry all say that Natalie Stovall and The Drive are going places and after hanging out with them and seeing a live show, it's easy to see why. They really do have the total package - the talent, the ...

Q&A with 'Girls' Music Supervisor Manish Raval

Today the new Girls soundtrack, Girls Volume 2: All Adventurous Women Do, hits stores. Music Times sat down with the brain behind the music selection, music supervisor Manish Raval to talk about how he snagged exclusive tracks for Girls, what the ...

EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Publicist Bernie Ilson Talks About The Beatles on 'The Ed Sullivan Show'

It was 50 years ago today when The Beatles made their first appearance in the U.S. on The Ed Sullivan Show. The Fab Four went on to become one of the most iconic bands in music history. It was 1964 and not everyone was convinced that the British ...

Paul Oakenfold and Danny Howard: Eras Apart, Ambitions Alike

Paul Oakenfold is a world-renowned DJ, who's been ranked top in the world during his 30-plus year career. Danny Howard has rapidly found his footing in the scene after winning a competition on BBC Radio 1. Despite obvious differences in career ...

Australian Dance-Pop Group The Griswolds Records Stateside for Upcoming LP

The Griswolds are at a turning point. They are a fun band that wants to make “fun, happy party music” that you can sing along with, but now they have an added pressure of living up to both a label and producer that have continuously delivered in ...

Jillette Johnson Reflects on the Journey to 'Water In A Whale'

It's a cold November night in Brooklyn. Singer-songwriter Jillette Johnson is back home, finally. She has laundry to pick up and a show to prepare for. We meet at the Blue Bottle Coffee shop around the corner from her home to talk about the year ...

Jim Brickman Feels 'Magic of Christmas' in Melodies of Hymns and Carols

Pianist Jim Brickman has put out more Christmas albums than he can keep track of, but he loves the melodic lines of the season's favorites enough to reinterpret them again and again.

Matteo Setti Coming 'Home for Christmas' to New York City

Matteo Setti got his "big break" from Luciano Pavarotti. He also sang lead in a Queen cover band. Which is to say the Italian vocalist can handle a wide range of styles. The performer is turning his attention to swing for the Christmas season ...

Traumahelikopter and Working Hard: Dutch Punks and a Love/Hate Relationship at CMJ Music Marathon

This isn't traumahelikopter's first time at the rodeo. The Dutch punk rockers have stretched themselves thin at South by Southwest and Record Store Day already this year, but the CMJ Music Marathon is just one more avenue to get the attention of ...

Dir En Grey Bringing Bigger Show and New Approaches to 'Ghoul 2013' Tour

Dir En Grey got a little tired of playing its old songs. So it reconsidered six previously released tracks for its new EP 'The Unraveling.' Grey is bringing the heavier versions of its older music, and a bigger stage set up on its current American ...

Q&A: Meet Sultry Singer Rachel Ann Weiss

Singer-songwriter Rachel Ann Weiss has the smooth, rich voice reminiscent of her influences Adele and the late Amy Winehouse, with her main inspiration, Jeff Buckley. She hasn't been blinded by the spotlight much yet. There's buzz of the debut album ...

Emile Millar scores another soundtrack win with 'Parenthood,' aims for broader music success

Hearing one's music coupled with a television program watched by an average 6.57 million viewers during its third season sounds like an ideal situation for an indie performer such as Emile Millar, but it wasn't his first time at the rodeo. His lyrics ...

Brooklyn Punk Band Cinema Cinema Interview

Cinema Cinema is a two-piece atmospheric punk band from Brooklyn made up of cousins Paul Claro on drums and Ev Gold on guitar and vocals. The band recently played three shows at the CMJ Music Marathon 2013 throughout New York City.

London Quintet Duologue Revitalize Electro-Rock Music With Genre-Blending Sonic Experimentations

Electro-folk rock band Duologue has returned to New York City for their second year of CMJ. Music Times sat down with Tim Digby-Bell and Seb Dilleyston earlier this week at the Bowery Diner to talk about their album, the songwriting process behind ...

Anberlin Remixes Catalogue For 'Devotion,' and Doesn't Mind If The Song Doesn't Remain The Same

Alternative rockers Anberlin have released 'Devotion,' a compilation that revisits and remixes 2012's 'Vital,' and they don't mind if it sounds off the wall. After all, says frontman Stephen Christian, isn't that the point?

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