Are you ready to heat up your summer when these new songs hit the radio this July? You better be!
Lollapalooza is one of the most anticipated festivals of the summer, bringing a slew of different artists, genres, activities and fan bases to the windy city of Chicago each year.
The lineup for Lollapalooza 2013 might be the most buzzworthy yet. Aside from headliners like the Cure and Nine Inch Nails, a myriad of popular acts (2 Chainz, Ellie Goulding) are going to rock the stages this year.
English cutie Ellie Goulding will re-release 2012's 'Halcyon' later this year with a smattering of new tracks. The first official single from the album is 'Burn,' which Goulding co-wrote with Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic. It's uplifting and uptempo, a synth-heavy track that plants a toe in the EDM world. While 'Burn' is undeniably catchy, it's not the singer's most memorable track to date.
Here's another match-up that's going to make choosing the best British pop solo act even more difficult! We've got the Battle of the 'E's in this poll, specifically Ellie Goulding and Emeli Sande, who are both indie singer-songwriters at heart, but have made significant splashes in the Hot 100.
If you're like us, you're wishing you were in Gulf Shores, Ala. on a sandy beach listening to quality tunes at the 2013 Hangout Festival.
In our case, we can't be in two places at the same time (drats!), but we can catch all the action at this year's Hangout festivities via livestream! Yes. Please.
Sci-fi thriller 'The Host' is shaping up to be a big movie with an even bigger soundtrack. The film adaptation of Stephanie Meyers' (yes, the 'Twilight' author) novel will hit theaters on March 29 and it's musical accompaniment, which was produced by Alex da Kid and Meyers, is boasting some big names.