Recently, the 2015 Grammy Award nominees were revealed. Some of them had been expected (aka Taylor Swift), and some totally took us by surprise (James Franco – what?). SiriusXM wants to honor these nominated artists with a look back at some of their … Continued
Brit rockers Bastille stopped by The Morning Mash Up on Hits 1, where they opened up about everything from whether or not it was acceptable to call in sick to work because you’re hung over to what’s on their tour … Continued
Brit-rock collective Bastille have great taste in music, and it’s not just because they write super-catchy, arena-filling singles (see: Pompeii) and pick great songs to cover. During a recent stopover at SiriusXM, we asked the band: Hey, what other bands … Continued
In this week’s Alt Nation Alt-18 Countdown, The Griswolds hold onto their number one position with Beware The Dog, along with fellow bands Bastille and Young The Giant staying at two and three from last week. Three songs made their … Continued
Not sure if you noticed, but our video of Sam Smith covering Whitney Houston’s How Will I Know basically blew up the Internet last week. In fact, we STILL can’t stop watching it over and over and over and over … Continued
Bastille reclaims #1 with Pompeii for the 5th time! Where did your Most Wutchuwanted Songs land?
Governors Ball came and went this weekend, and SiriusXM was there for it all on Randall’s Island along with the rest of the Tristate area’s music fans. Boasting a lineup comprised of basically every genre, from garage rock to indie to hip-hop, Gov … Continued
In this week’s Top 15 on The Pulse, Neon Trees takes the top spot for the third week in a row, while O.A.R.’s Peace comes in at number two and Bastille’s Pompeii falls to number three. Now, back in spring of … Continued
Bastille makes a comeback! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
For the fifth week running, Bastille’s Pompeii grabs the number one spot in The Pulse’s Top 15 Countdown, and Neon Trees’ Sleeping With a Friend follows suit at number two for the fourth week. Meanwhile, 2008 had Sara Bareilles’ Love … Continued