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Governors Ball 2015 Day 3 Review & Recap: The Black Keys Rock, Lana Del Rey Rolls & Our Feet Hurt

After two jam packed days, on Sunday (June 7), Governors Ball 2015 came to a close. If each day had its own genre sorted out, this would be the indie rock day. After sets from deadmau5, Drake, Florence ...

Governors Ball 2015 Day 2 Review & Recap: Deadmau5 Goes Silent, Ryan Adams Speaks Out & So Much EDM

The rain had settled, just in time for all of the fields to turn into a muddy mess for day two of Governors Ball 2015. After a hip-hop fueled day one with sets from Drake, Future and more, Saturday (June 6) was filled with EDM. Led by superstar ...

Governors Ball 2015 Day 1 Review & Recap: Florence + The Machine Wails, Drake Spits Fire & We Spot Stars!

Last year, it was scorching hot at Governors Ball. This year, it was raining. The opening hours of New York City's major music festival were marked by just the slightest yet most irritating drizzle, but that rain couldn't keep the music at bay.

Back of The Billboards: 'Sylva' by Snarky Puppy

Society always celebrates the records that top the Billboard 200 album chart. Back of The Billboards is a Music Times weekly segment that looks at the opposite end: the new record that finished closest to the back of the Billboard 200 for the ...

Florence + The Machine 'How Big How Blue How Beautiful' Album Review: Junk Mail

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 Book and Ryan Middleton chat about Florence + The Machine' new album How Big How ...

Eminem 'Phenomenal' Review: New Song from 'Southpaw' Soundtrack Packs a Punch

There's little denying that Eminem is a phenomenal rapper, and now he is the "Phenomenal" rapper. Today (June 2), right at the drop of midnight, Slim Shady dropped his latest new track from the soundtrack to the upcoming boxing drama Southpaw.

Nate Ruess, Beck 'What This World Is Coming To' Review: New Single Details Heartbreak [LISTEN]

When you throw together Nate Ruess' solo career and the music of 2010s Beck, what do you get? As it turns out, Beck's sound takes precedence and you get the heartbreaking, stunning acoustic jam "What This World Is Coming To."

Back of The Billboards: 'Gold' by B.B. King

Society always celebrates the records that top the Billboard 200 album chart. Back of The Billboards is a Music Times weekly segment that looks at the opposite end: the new record that finished closest to the back of the Billboard 200 for the ...

Muse 'Reapers' Lyric Video Arrives Ahead of 'Drones' Release

We're just a little over a week away from the June 8 release date of Muse's new album Drones, but that hasn't stopped the new music from arriving early. Today (May 29), the hard rocking trio dropped its latest new lyric video for the thrashing, ...

Flume 'Some Minds' Video: 'Holdin On' DJ Dances In Sydney Opera House

Flume has unveiled his first single of 2015 "Simple Minds" featuring Miike Snow vocalist Andrew Wyatt. In addition to the song, the "Holdin On" producer has released an accompanying music video that features Flume floating and dancing around the ...

Icona Pop 'Emergency' Review: New Song with Erik Hassle Channels Urgent Summer Energy [LISTEN]

It's been three years since Icona Pop smashed into the international music market with its massive hit "I Love It," and now the Swedish pop duo are back with another chaotic, high energy pop single. And, you better get ready, because this is an ...

Nero Share Single "Dark Skies" From 'Between II Worlds' [REVIEW]

UK electronic trio Nero have unveiled yet another track from their upcoming artist album Between II Worlds. The new single "Dark Skies" was unveiled on their website over the weekend, requiring fans to log in to their Spotify account and add the ...

EDC New York 2015 Review: 10 Best Things From Day 2, Eric Prydz, Tchami, Dixon

Day two has come to a close and that means Electric Daisy Carnival New York 2015 has ended. There were good times to be had with outstanding production, quality music across four stages and good people. We recapped for you yesterday the 10 best ...

EDC New York 2015 Review: 10 Best Things From Day 1

Day one of the fourth edition of Electric Daisy Carnival New York is in the books and we are ready to celebrate some of the best moments of the day. Encompassing everything from the best people to the best sets, we give you the lowdown of what ...

Back of The Billboards: 'My Favorite Things' by Joey Alexander

Society always celebrates the records that top the Billboard 200 album chart. Back of The Billboards is a Music Times weekly segment that looks at the opposite end: the new record that finished closest to the back of the Billboard 200 for the ...

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