It's been five years since the last Best Coast album, the longest stretch in the band's history. That's because its primary songwriter and frontwoman, Bethany Cosentino, had a lot of things to figure out.
2020 finds the Recording Academy’s board facing their biggest woman problem yet: their newest CEO and president, Deborah Dugan. Dugan was placed on administrative leave 10 days before the 2020 Grammy Awards following allegations of workplace bullying. Instead of going quietly into the night, she’s chosen to fight back.
Seven women who absolutely changed the game in music in the 2010s by fighting the system, by blowing everything up and doing it their own way, and by speaking out when they saw injustice.
In a climate where fans and stans make the news cycle largely for bullying, when they attack en masse after beefs, slights, insults, bad reviews, or any disparagement of their favorite artist, encouraging positivity and diplomacy should be top of mind for anyone with a big microphone and a lot of followers. Online bullying has serious real-life consequences.
When Ariana Grande wanted to surprise fans and drop “7 Rings” at the last minute on the weekend, she called Republic Record's exec Wendy Goldstein.
Since the Las Vegas shooting and the 2018 shooting at a country bar in Thousand Oaks, CA that killed 12, more and more country stars have been speaking out about gun control.
Two of the deadliest shootings in modern American history have taken place in Texas: the killing of 20 people in an El Paso Walmart and the 2017 Sutherland Springs shooting of 26 in a church. So what’s going to happen to Texas gun control laws? If they keep trending the way the current legislature is moving, they’re only going to become more lenient.
Yola is a 36-year-old Black, British woman who is putting her own spin on country — plus folk and Americana — despite the long and historic struggles in those genres for Black women.
How well do you know yourself at 22? If you're Sophie Allison, who records music as Soccer Mommy, you know yourself pretty darn well. And you know your craft even better.
Ingrid Andress signals huge changes for women in country radio by breaking records that women haven't touched in far too long.
Miranda Lambert talks about writing her 2019 album, Wildcard; meeting her husband; and being the star of tabloid magazines.
There’s a new trend on YouTube for beauty haul lovers: the dumpster dive haul. People are illegally hitting the dumpsters of stores like Sephora and Ulta after hours to pillage their discarded testers and damaged and expired products
I did not read the Fifty Shades trilogy, and I never will. I didn’t see Fifty Shades of Grey in theaters. I queued it up on HBO one bored night, and discovered that it’s an instant cult classic.
The nominees for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2017 Academy Awards are taking a stand.
It’s not just that the show uses song cues from the John Hughes era of new wave, new romantics, goth, and post-punk that jumped off the screen at me. It’s how the show uses modern tracks that create a similar sound.