COUNTDOWNS, MUSIC, ROCK

OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/16/14)

Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust is back and bad in this week’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown, taking the number one spot away from Like a Storm, who falls to number three with Love The Way You Hate Me. Starset’s My Demons makes … Continued

HEALTH, LIFESTYLE, NEWS, NEWS AND ISSUES, NFL, POLITICS, SPORTS

Civil rights, scapegoats, and social media: Unscripted brings us up to speed

From Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ recent resignation to Buzzfeed’s growing role in political coverage, Unscripted with Chuck Todd left no story unscrutinized in this week’s news cycle. Todd ventured to Austin, Texas, last week for a Civil Rights … Continued

COUNTDOWNS, COUNTDOWNS, MUSIC, ROCK

LIQUID METAL: The Devil’s Dozen (4/12/14)

In this week’s Liquid Metal Devil’s Dozen countdown, Killer Be Killed takes the number one spot with Face Down, while Kyng sits at number two with Burn The Serum. Meanwhile, Whitechapel comes in at number three with The Saw Is … Continued

COUNTDOWNS, COUNTDOWNS, COUNTRY, MUSIC

THE HIGHWAY: HOT 45 Countdown (4/12/14)

In this week’s Hot 45 Countdown, Luke Bryan’s Play It Again grabs the number one spot yet again, while Brantley Gilbert climbs up to number two with Bottoms Up. Thomas Rhett is at number three with Give Me Some Of … Continued

ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC, POP CULTURE, ROCK, TV

Valyrian steel or Liquid Metal: SiriusXM soundtracks Game Of Thrones

Now that HBO’s Game of Thrones is on its fourth season (!!!), our thoughts have turned to dragons, wolves, Valyrian swords, golden hands, kings, queens, feuding families, bloodcurdling battles, and, of course, hot sex scenes. (Erm, did we just say … Continued

COUNTDOWNS, COUNTDOWNS, MUSIC, ROCK

OCTANE: Big ‘Uns Countdown (4/5/14)

Pushing Gemini Syndrome back to number two in this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown, Like a Storm’s Love the Way You Hate Me is back at number one. Meanwhile, Pop Evil is at number three with Torn To Pieces, Thousand Foot … Continued

MUSIC, ROCK

Remember Kurt Cobain on the 20th anniversary of his death + hear Nirvana’s Road to the Rock Hall

Since his untimely death in 1994, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain has been immortalized by the music industry via countless posthumous awards, editorial profiles, and Best Of lists. In fact, Nirvana, a legendary alternative/grunge three-piece that’s gone on to sell more … Continued

MUSIC, POP

Watch Jack Antonoff of Bleachers perform I Wanna Get Better

You might already know singer-songwriter Jack Antonoff as either one-third of indie-pop outfit fun., Lena Dunham’s be-speckled BF, or even the former lead singer of NJ-based indie-rock project Steel Train. These days, however, Jack’s rocking a side gig called Bleachers … Continued

JAZZ/STANDARDS, MUSIC

Celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month on Real Jazz and Watercolors

Airing Tuesday, 4/1 through Wednesday, 4/30 on Real Jazz and Watercolors You may associate April with rainy days and not-quite-winter, not-quite-spring temperatures, but if you’re a jazz aficionado, it means something else: Jazz Appreciation Month on SiriusXM! From April 1 through 30, Real … Continued

MUSIC, POP, ROCK

Watch Vance Joy perform an acoustic cover of Bruce Springsteen’s Dancing in the Dark

You might already know folk-pop prince Vance Joy (aka Australia’s James Keogh) from his Spectrum hit, Riptide, but did you know that the shaggy-haired singer also has a special gift for stripping down ’80s pop hits and morphing them into … Continued