pop music

Stephen Christian made a new album and didn’t even have to get arrested
Stephen Christian made a new album and didn’t even have to get arrested
At first glance, one might think that Stephen Christian may have turned a scary corner. TENSION, the impending album from his solo project Anchor & Braille, portends a sea change. The perpetually posi singer has delivered tracks with titles such as “DANGEROUS,” “MADNESS” and “PHANTOM PAIN.” If it weren’t for the curious L...
10 times Billie Eilish proved young women can do anything
10 times Billie Eilish proved young women can do anything
It’s both easy and hard to believe it’s already been a year since Billie Eilish dropped her chart-topping, record-breaking debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?  For one thing, in the time since she released the record, her career has sky-rocketed—she’s broken records, won countless awards and sold out major stadiums.  However, we’re still so...
Matty Healy wants to produce Springsteen-like Taylor Swift acoustic album
Matty Healy wants to produce Springsteen-like Taylor Swift acoustic album
The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has expressed interest in producing a Taylor Swift album.  Healy shared the information on the Neil Griffiths podcast The Green Room on Monday.  Read more: ‘Joker’ star Joaquin Phoenix exits interview over query on film’s violence The conversation began when Healy talked about his position in pop music. He said many fellow pop ac...
Poppy thinks “pop music is dead,” sparks debate
Poppy thinks “pop music is dead,” sparks debate
In a since-deleted tweet, Poppy confirms that she thinks pop music is dead. Last evening, the artist commented on a tweet that quoted her recent interview with BreatheHeavy. Referencing herself, the comment read, “She isn't wrong.” The interview discusses how Poppy wants people to interpret her music, her future plans and the effects of boredom. Read mor...
Why most pop music sounds the same
Why most pop music sounds the same
News outlet Quartz posted a video that might just explain why pop tunes make it to the top of the charts—and it's all because of the “millennial whoop.” Take a look at the full video below. Read more: Listening to music with others reduces stress, study says The “millennial whoop,” as named by musician Richard Metzger, is a sound caused by a shift from the fifth note in a scale to the third, and t
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor explains his disdain for pop music: “It’s insulting”
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor explains his disdain for pop music: “It’s insulting”
During a recent interview with Loudwire, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor explained his disdain for pop music and the aesthetics that surround the genre. “To watch these people basically let a computer go through the motions and do all the work for them, it’s insulting to everyone out there who has more talent and less attention,” he asserts. Hear all of what he ha ...