Though 2018 has yet to begin, the music industry already has big plans for its latest stars-in-waiting. In the pipeline are a wide range of promising artists, armed with songs and sounds that draw on established styles only to twist them with their own quirks. Here’s a look at those nascent singers and
Every genre produced promising debuts in 2017. From the vintage country of Jade Jackson and the Americans to the innovative hip-hop of SZA and Sampha, a wealth of new artists shook our assumptions about what modern music should sound like. These 10 artists made the year’s best first impression.
Charles Manson leaves a Los Angeles courtroom after telling a judge “lies have been told” about him, on Dec. 22, 1969. Charles Manson, one of the world’s most notorious killers, pined to be one of the world’s greatest rock stars. Manson, who died Sunday at age 83, may have been known to most people
That day in 1999, Petty ambled into the room like a cowboy who just spent too much time on his horse. His hair wasn’t combed, his shirttail was untucked, and his jeans fit loosely. It was just the rumpled, everyday image you’d expect from one of rock’s most low-key but steady hitmakers. Yet, in both
It's not even 2017 yet, but over the past few months these fledgling stars have released singles and EPs promising great things for their upcoming full debuts. From 19-year-old Kaity Dunston, aka Cloves, to the insouciant R&B/pop melodies of Khalid to the newly formed avant-metal supergroup Gone