Coldplay, Lorde, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea top this year’s star-studded lineup.
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Well, it finally happened.
From endearing ballad to dance jam in just a few short moves.
The paragon of parody returns with his 14th studio album.
No indie releases and two albums from 2012 found in the top 20.
Jack White, Eminem, Lorde, and Lana Del Rey set to play Atlanta music festival.
Azalea previously said Lorde wasn’t the “appropriate” choice to perform with Nirvana at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
Young singer makes her Canadian debut count with a truly rollicking outing.
“Lorde is not Kurt Cobain’s peer.”
These kids are who the kids are streaming these days.
New Zealand pop star will return to America for a new leg of touring beginning in September.
A plucky young reporter puts together the best bill for the money.
Vocal ranges of music’s singers ranked in order of their octaves.
The first time the Pure Heroine single had been performed on TV.
Kings of Leon, Chance the Rapper, or Darkside? Spoon or Foster the People? It’s time to start planning.
The National, Lorde, Neutral Milk Hotel, The War on Drugs, and more.
Spoiler: Funeral reigns supreme.
“This should not be an accepted standard for young women or anyone in this industry.”
She also discusses Sky Ferriera, PJ Harvey, and that time she snubbed Jared Leto.
We turn back to the clock to a more awkward time in your favorite band’s existence.
Lorde takes issue with publications that “flip flop” between news and review coverage.
“Hey, this might be another revolution.”
Is it the second coming of Yeezus? The rise of St. Vincent? Skrillex even?
Young Australian DJ remixes even younger Kiwi pop star.
The highlights, omissions, surprises, and least interesting.
The National, Lorde, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Replacements, Nas, and more.
It seems like Lorde’s whirlwind of a year has finally caught up with her.
Pearl Jam, Eminem, OutKast, Beck, The Replacements, Lorde, Belle & Sebastian, and more.
Inaugural awards show to take place in Los Angeles next month.
The prophets of Festival Outlook have spoken.