Since forming in 2015, DNCE has has the kind of success most bands just starting out would kill for. Their pop-rock tunes, wild style, and colorful personalities have won over a legion of fans, and kept them busy with interviews, appearances, award shows, and touring. Now with two American Music Award nominations for “Favorite Duo or Group… More »
Nashville alternative/pop artist, MERGES, mixes a sound all her own as she blends atmospheric R&B with a nocturnal sense of wooziness…if that makes sense. Perfect for those nights when all you want to do is lie on the floor and rethink your life, there’s no escaping the depths of your mind while listening to this… More »
If you’re not familiar with the glorious sounds of Nashville artist, Fleurie (real name: Lauren Strahm), you’re in for a real treat! The singer captured my attention last summer with her gorgeous sophomore EP, Arrows – a collection of honest storytelling set to a dreamlike soundtrack of lush synths, piano and angelic vocals. The singer… More »
Toronto’s The Nursery first caught our attention in early 2015 with their killer fuzzed out synth-rock vibes with their single, “She Speaks The Wave.” Now, the band is gearing up for the release of their new EP, Digital Ashes on July 26– a collection of songs that tell a story of dystopian futures in the… More »
Vinyl Theatre just want to cultivate a community of music fans – something we all strive for, especially as music writers. The Milwaukee electro-pop trio all met in college by bonding over their favorite bands and that has become a mission for them as well as their fans meet at their shows and become friends…. More »
Singer/songwriter, Anya Marina, made a big splash in 2009 with hits like “All The Same To Me” and her contribution to The Twilight Saga: New Moon soundtrack, “Satellite Heart.” A few albums and EPs later, the singer is back with a new full-length, Paper Plane, out this Friday, January 29 and a super-catchy new single,… More »
It’s pretty obvious that Taylor Swift is winning right now. After a killer year touring the world on her 1989 World Tour, the singer left her mark on 2015 in an explosive way with her video for “Out Of The Woods” – which knocks all of her previous videos out of the, um well…woods. We… More »
Pia Mia just dropped a new video for her single, “Touch” and after one spin, I’m basically obsessed with everything about it. Yes, the song is killer. I love the Justin Bieber “Where Are U Now” EDM undertones, clean vocals, and moments of breathy vulnerability as she tells the story of just wanting sweet human interaction… More »
Buzznet, I think it’s time to get back into my old writting roots and bring you some up-coming bands you should be listening to. I recently got to pick
Since “Love Who Loves You Back” is the lead single of new Tokio Hotel album, Kings Of Suburbia, I thought to create a gallery with some backstage photos, mainly with people who joined the shooting posing with the band. I remind you the song is available on iTunes for the download (also in USA) and… More »
The await is OVER!
Here we are: Tokio Hotel just uploaded their lead single’s official music video of “Kings Of Suburbia“
In the last
I hope all of you are fine and you are having a great Friday, but I have something could make turn your day in a better
Ok guys, we have waited a little bit longer but it worthed it and also it’s been such a challenge to calm down after have watched Tokio Hotel‘s new
Yesterday we were all waiting for the second music video from Tokio Hotel‘s Kings Of Suburbia album, as previously announced by the band, but unfortunately we have to
I hope you all liked my video for “Too Cool To Dance” and that it got you up on your feet and dancing the night away! I thought it would be fun
This is what all you Aliens have been waiting for!
On Sunday Tokio Hotel tweeted to Aliens to ask them anything about “Run, Run, Run“
give me even a bunch of seconds (or should I say minutes) for to catch my breath and calm down….
ok, I’m fine. More or less.
Tokio Hotel just tweeted to the
In Taylor Swift‘s new video for ‘Shake It Off’ she channels different eras of pop culture and dance. From 80s aerobics to classic ballet, it’s all in there. However, it looks like Taylor may also have been channeling some of her famous friends in the video. She’s famous for her relationships, and has never shied… More »
Have you ever heard a cover of a song and immediately thought “Wow, that was better than the original”. When listening to emerging artist Sarah Joy’s cover of Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking