Emblem3, who rolled deep on last season's 'X Factor,' just dropped their debut, 'Nothing to Lose.' E3 are armed with cray cray catchy songs -- come on, try and deny that you sing 'Chloe' at the top of your lungs in your car -- that they co-wrote and deliver in a fresh, sun-splashed way that combines our favorite elements of Hot Chelle Rae and One Direction.
Zachary Cole Smith, frontman of the dreamy indie rock outfit DIIV, recently sat down with PopCrush to talk about festivals, his band’s second album and a collaboration he cooked up with his girlfriend, Sky Ferreira.
Things are going smashingly well for Capital Cities. The duo released 'In a Tidal Wave of Mystery' this month, and their single 'Safe and Sound,' which shares its title with a Taylor Swift track, enjoyed a stint at No. 1 on the alt radio charts. They're also making their moves in the pop format. Who knew that two dudes who met on Craigslist would find their way to pop music success?
While Kendall Schmidt might be famous for being one quarter of Big Time Rush, there's a lot more to this boy bander than meets the eye. We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Kendall in person, and the super charming singer got to dish on his one true love -- his Heffron Drive side project with Big Time Rush guitarist and longtime pal, Dustin Belt.
Carly Rae Jepsen had the feel good hit of the summer last year with 'Call Me Maybe,' and all eyes are on the Canadian singer as she works on the follow-up to her second album 'Kiss.' She told PopCrush a little secret about her new album, and that's the fact that she's been writing in two different styles and those are "folkier and dancier."
Jessica Sanchez was the runner-up on Season 11 of 'American Idol,' losing to Phillip Phillips, who has gone on to have a platinum-plus career on the back of his coronation single 'Home.' Sanchez is not lagging behind, though. On April 30, she is set to release her dance-oriented debut, 'Me, You & the Music,' a beat-drenched record that is much younger and groovier than what we saw from her on 'Idol.'
When you hear Matt & Kim tracks, you just want to dance and shake your booty, which is exactly how Kim Schifino gets in the mindset before a gig. The indie-pop duo may have finished up a tour with Passion Pit and Icona Pop, as well as gigs at SXSW and Ultra, but they still have a slew of festival gigs and one-off concerts in the queue, including a huge vitaminwater® concert on April 3.
Despite the fact that South African songstress Nikki Williams has made waves with her viral hit 'Kill F--- Marry,' she assures us that the song's lyrical content comes with a disclaimer: "I don't necessarily want to kill anyone, but if I don't like a person I'm just like 'bleh.'"
That less-than-hyped feeling is something we're all familiar with, and so when