The Biebz is feelin' unloved.
Yeah ... Despite being an unfunny bazillionaire with good hair who gets to host Saturday Night Live (because SNL's ratings among tweenage girls suck?), Justin Bieber feels he deserves mooooooooore.
Namely, a Grammy. (Or at least a nomination.) 'Cause, like, he's mad ... More >>
See also "Fashion Freakouts at Lollapalooza 2012" -- plus "Day One: M83, Black Sabbath, Die Antwoord, Afghan Wigs, TEED," "Day Two: Frank Ocean, The Weeknd, Twin Shadow, and Others," and "Day Three: Jack White, Sigur Ros, Florence The Machine, and Others."
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God is nonexistent. Need proof? Nickelback is headed our way.
With great displeasure, Crossfade regrets to announce that Alberta, Canada "rock" band Nickelback will soon embark on their Here and Now arena tour, a 39-city trek across the United States and Canada.
On Saturday, May 5, the Chad ... More >>
Whether or not the Black Keys' seventh studio album is the Akron, Ohio group's finest, El Camino is undeniably one of the better records of 2011.
In a year when folk music seemed to dominate the indie scene, the Black Keys' singer-guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney upped their bl ... More >>
For those of you that haven't turned on the TV, listened to the radio, read a newspaper, or spoken to anyone else today, Ohio native LeBron James is signing with the Miami Heat. There have been numerous celebrations, outcries, outrages, jersey burnings, and then some since last night's announceme ... More >>
The Black KeysThe Fillmore Miami Beach at The Jackie Gleason TheaterApril 18, 2010Better Than: Being stuck between rock and a hard placeThe Review:There was one moment during The Black Keys' Fillmore Miami Beach set that entirely defined what the Akron combo does to and for this thing called rock ... More >>
The Black KeysThis Sunday night the Fillmore Gleason is gonna rumble with the roar of The Black Keys. The Akron-born two-piece -- which consists of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney -- is hitting to road in support of their upcoming LP, Brothers. New Times sent over a few quick questions via email; he ... More >>