OneRepublic are back on top! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
This week on The Pulse channel’s 2000s & Today Countdown, The Calling’s yearn-pop anthem Wherever You Will Go takes the number one spot… in the year 2002. Today, however, American Authors’ Best Day of My Life is at number one … Continued
Fun. fans will be pleased to know that lead guitarist Jack Antonoff has been hard at work (while on and off tour, no less) on a solo project known as Bleachers, which will be releasing an album later this spring. … Continued
Meet Mitchy and Danielle, aka Oh Honey! They’re the latest Hits 1 #ArtistToFollow and we wanted to make sure you got to know them before the rest of North America! They’ll share the story of how their lives have changed recently, play their latest song, as well as the newest Hits 1 music from 5 Seconds of Summer, Imagine Dragons, Little Mix, Bleachers, and more.
Australian psych-dance outfit Jagwar Ma have a lot of buzz surrounding their 2013 debut album, Howlin’. (I mean, one doesn’t earn a 7.7 on Pitchfork and positive recognition from NME, Drowned In Sound and AllMusic without achieving something of an … Continued
In this week’s SiriusXM U Download 15 countdown, we’ve got the silver-haired St. Vincent at number one with Digital Witness. Next up is Beck with Blue Moon at number two, then Phantogram follows at number three with Black Out Days. … Continued
The Spectrum–spanning the past, present, and future of Rock–provides excellent listening for all generations, which is highlighted by their weekly Baker’s Dozen countdown. This week, Spectrum Certified artist Hozier took the top spot with Take Me To The Church, while … Continued
In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data takes the the top spot with Dangerous. Meanwhile, previously reigning countdown champion Bastille gets knocked down to number four with Bad Blood, Magic Man’s Paris grabs the second spot, and Foster the … Continued
California indie-rockers Young the Giant recently performed a private concert for SiriusXM subscribers at The Studio at Webster Hall in NYC, where they rocked out, harmonized like pros, busted a move or two, and showed off some impressive falsetto (seriously, … Continued
This week, the ’80s on 8 Big 40 Countdown brings us back to 1980. The world was mourning the sudden and unexpected loss of John Lennon and growing accustomed to the idea of 24/7 news on CNN. Meanwhile, kids were … Continued