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Wilco at Cleveland's Masonic Auditorium: The Second Time is Better Than the First

The only thing better than seeing Wilco for the first time is seeing them for the second time. Watching Jeff Tweedy and his bandmates for the first time is a mesmerizing and mind blowing experience.

Beyonce, Naughty Bow, Arrow Benjamin 'Runnin (Lose It All)' Review

Earlier this week, Naughty Boy teased the release of his big Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin collaboration "Runnin' (Lose It All)," and the BeyHive effectively lost its mind. Now, the full version of the song has arrived online along with a dreamy music ...

Junk Mail: The Libertines 'Anthems for Doomed Youth' Album Review

The Libertines brought that familiar blend in to Anthems for Doomed Youth, doing what they did best just doing it 11 years later. This album felt like magnificent continuity in to what Up the Bracket and The Libertines established all those years ...

Rudimental Share Powerful 'I Will For Love' Music Video

Rudimental are known for their electrifying live shows, the uptempo, soulful music and their powerful, moving music videos. Today, Sept. 11, the group has unveiled a brand new video for their recent We The Generation single "I Will For Love" ...

Disclosure "Hourglass" Featuring Lion Babe Shared From 'Caracal'

Disclosure have unveiled the next single from their upcoming album Caracal, which will be released in just 15 days. The new single "Hourglass" features New York neo-soul duo Lion Babe.

Made in America 2015 Highlights: The Weeknd, Beyonce and Celeb Sightings

Made In America 2015 top moments still has us reminiscing over the Labor Day weekend festival that welcomed thousands of fans on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. With Beyoncé and The Weeknd headlining the two-day festivities, dedicated ...

Electric Zoo 2015: Best & Worst Moments From Chemical Brothers, Glitch Mob, Alison Wonderland

Another Labor Day in the books and we have completed a full Electric Zoo for the first time in three years. The weather gods looked down favorably on New York City, granting the festival perfect weather without a hint of rain and barely a cloud in ...

Electric Zoo 2015 Photo Recap: Alesso, Above & Beyond, Nervo and More

We were on hand at Electric Zoo this past weekend to capture the sights of what went down at the New York City three-day electronic music festival. See some of the highlights in our slideshow.

Electric Zoo 2015 Day 3 Review & Recap: Alesso, The Glitch Mob Close Out Festival

Electric Zoo has hit day 3. Over the past two years, the final day was either canceled the morning of or called to an abrupt halt mid-day, which left more then a few fans unhappy. The festival made it through the day without any major hiccups as it ...

Electric Zoo 2015 Day 2 Review & Recap: Above & Beyond Gets Us Emotional

It is day 2 of Electric Zoo. The sun is shining, people don't have work for the whole day and Above & Beyond is headlining. After a fantastic finish to Day 1 by the legendary Chemical Brothers, it was time to see what would happen on the very ...

Electric Zoo 2015 Day 1 Review & Recap: The Chemical Brothers, Alison Wonderland Shine

Electric Zoo has arrived and her is what went down on day one with The Chemical Brothers, Alison Wonderland, Galantis and more.

Junk Mail: The Weeknd 'Beauty Behind the Madness' Album Review

Welcome to Junk Mail, where a few Music Times staffers email back-and-forth about each week's biggest release throughout the work day. This week, Carolyn Menyes, Ryan Middleton, Johny Blue and Lindsay Haddox chat about The Weeknd's new album, Beauty ...

Nick Jonas Releases Levels Music Video After VMA Performance

Nick Jonas kicked off the VMAs pre-show with his first live performance of "Levels". Later that night he released the steamy music video which showcased his soulful voice as well as his dancing. With "Levels" being the first single released from his ...

OMI 'Cheerleader' Follow-Up 'Hula Hoop' Maintains Sunny Vibes of Hit Single

OMI has had the No. 1 single in the country for six non-consecutive weeks this summer with the reagge pop smash "Cheerleader," but it seemed as though the Jamaican singer had no follow-up lined up. That all changed today (Aug. 28) when he dropped the ...

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