Sia, Janelle Monáe, James Blake, Death Cab For Cutie, and Mitski, among other notable acts.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
A film about music should have good music.
Natalie Portman wastes her time in a two-hour cinematic extravagance.
Plus, details on the film’s soundtrack and score, which was written by Scott Walker.
A tale of two sisters featuring original songs by Sia and Scott Walker.
The pop superstar has teamed with French dance clothing and accessories company Maison Repetto.
Paul McCartney, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Tom Waits, and others threaten SiriusXM boycott over Music Modernization Act
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, Katy Perry, Sia, and more have also vowed to boycott the satellite radio provider.
Taken from the soundtrack to the upcoming Parton-related film, Dumplin’.
Brady Corbet’s sophomore feature follows Portman as a pop singer on the rise.
The “Chandelier” pop star got the runs after running into Trump backstage on Saturday Night Live.
The reclusive singer-songwriter reunites with director Brady Corbet, who he previously worked with on 2015’s The Childhood Of a Leader.
Director Ava DuVernay personally asked the R&B singer to contribute to the upcoming film.