The British musician on the creative process, following the muse, and his new single “Believe in Me.”
Which was your favorite featured video this week? Choose between videos by Lion Babe, Stromae and The Vaccines.
For those looking for this type of Burning Man-esque experience, without all of the metropolitan yuppies playing make believe for a few days in the desert, find Desert Dwellers during their six-month...
We pick some of the brightest sounds of the underground, from Britain's Du Blonde to Singapore's Pastelpower.
SM Entertainment announces that the group would be releasing the EDM-heavy “Catch Me If You Can” on April 22, the group’s first single since a line-up change in 2014.
Taking chicha away from the Amazon jungle and into the big city, the Lima-based sextet places more emphasis on the dance potential of the music than its psychedelic qualities.
MTV Iggy staff compiles their picks for the best, brightest and most exciting live acts at the 2015 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Featuring Los Rakas, Kiesza and Tame Impala.
SM Entertainment’s newest girl group is the little sister with the Lolita complex who wants to grow up to be like big sisters Girls’ Generation, while stealing all of f(x)’s cool clothes.
The "illegally loud" Massachusetts band discusses lineup changes and their thoughts on getting “wa-a-a-a-a-sted.”
From Irish noisemakers Girl Band to Japan's cacophony bunch Melt-Banana and beyond, check out some of the latest, most riveting sounds of noise rock.
As heralded by the duo's new single “Bad Love” Summer Camp’s third album 'Bad Love' is a return to the '90s. The track is another pop paean to—what else—the worst kind of youthful love. Listen here.
The multitalented idol talks collaborating with Avicii, globalizing Chinese music and pop culture, and how film and music go hand in hand.
Released last week (March 30), Sings showcases Angélique Kidjo's wholesome and touching vocals, melding with backup singers and the full classical ensemble.