No, really. Los Angeles rapper Kendrick Lamar will go to the place planes cautiously avoid. On the spookiest day of the year. To give a special performance.
Q&A: ‘Divergent’ Music Supervisor, Randall Poster Talks About The Influence of ‘Yeezus’ & Ellie Goulding On Film’s Soundtrack
Poster talked to Radio.com about how he recreated the ‘Divergent’ team’s musical vision of a dystopian future.
We finally got the full track listing of the Divergent soundtrack and it’s of Twilight proportions.
Ellie Goulding and Zedd are both set to feature new songs on the upcoming soundtrack for sci-fi flick Divergent, set to hit big screens on March 21.
Goulding will kick off the tour in New York City with a show at the Theatre at Madison Garden on March 12.
The romantic short, which was actually shot entirely on a phone (the Nokia Lumia 1020), depicts Goulding playing the titular “Issy” role.
The female bill was as wide-ranging in all corners of pop as Perry’s latest effort, “Prism,” so not only was the benefit concert Perry’s creation, it also served as a celebration of the new album.
The twins told Radio.com that they’re excited to perform alongside Katy Perry and the three other ladies on the ‘We Can Survive’ bill, but even more excited to be associated with the Young Survival Coalition.
The tracklist for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ soundtrack has been revealed and it features a few well-known artists alongside some familiar up-and-comers.
Goulding’s loungey take on the song includes an acoustic guitar and a little piano, along with the British singer’s raspy delivery, adding a little sexiness to the ballad.
We caught up with Goulding to talk about the expanded reissue of her 2012 album, Halcyon, as Halcyon Days, now bolstered with 10 additional new songs and set for release next Tuesday, August 27.
Ellie Goulding’s music has long been measured against the men she’s with — from the BBC DJ who inspired her current album, Halcyon, to EDM headliner/heartbreaker Skrillex. With this video collaboration with fellow Brit electronic […]
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Last night at his annual pre-GRAMMY party, Clive Davis honored his friend, Whitney Houston. The music exec, whose new book about his career, The Soundtrack of My Life, comes out February 19, played a rarely […]
If you’ve never witnessed Ellie Goulding perform live, now is your chance. Her latest music video “Explosions” combines footage from several of Ellie’s concerts and gives fans some behind-the-scenes access. Filmed in black and white, […]
Everyone’s got an opinion, so we’ve pulled together the #1 songs at the top of the best music lists in 2012 for your compilation of the very best songs of the year. Amazingly this year […]
Entitled “The Forgotten,” Green Day seem to be taking the place of Twilight author Stephenie Meyers’ favorite rock band Muse, who are surprisingly absent from the final film’s soundtrack.
Sources say the split is down to not being able to make their long distance relationship work.
“I’m not afraid anymore. It’s gone past that point now. I get scared before shows, but it’s like an adrenaline nervousness excitement.”
It documents the highs and lows of her relationship with an ex. “I just felt like I needed to reground myself, back out in the countryside and not have anything effect me or lose my focus,” the singer says.
Expect songs from Christina Perri, Ellie Goulding and Green Day.
The singer also dishes on her inner darkness and her close celeb pal and polar opposite, Jessie J.
The singer makes the song her own with a stripped down acoustic version.
The singer learned how to drive and witnessed livestock running around while writing her new album.
The singer lends her voice alongside emotional scenes from Dakota’s new film.
In addition to playing guitar, writing, and singing the songs, Goulding picked up another duty on her newest album: producing. It means she is directing her own art with a depth most artists only dream of.
“He’s young and he has fun just like all of us. And he should be allowed privacy and I think that was unfair,” said Goulding.
The DJ confesses he never thought Florence Welch would sing on “Sweet Nothing.”
Shot on a picturesque beach in Malibu, Goulding is out to show that all is not as it seems when you first enter her dream world. Things take a dark turn with the black t-shirt Goulding’s nose begins dripping with blood.