SiriusXM’s Spectrum Certified artists, Iceland’s will be live at The Box NYC on 8/9 at 8 p.m. ET in an intimate gathering of SiriusXM subscribers.
The 25th edition of Lollapalooza is officially underway! We’re airing sets from Bastille, M83, Jane’s Addiction, Saint Motel, Silversun Pickups, Martin Garrix, The Arcs, Flume, The 1975, Big Grams, Bastille, Frightened Rabbit, Joy Formidable, Foals, Mutemath and more on The Spectrum (Ch. 28), … Continued
It’s been 20 years since Chris Martin and Jonny Buckland met at their University College London (UCL) orientation and formed what would eventually become the international sensation Coldplay. Seven studio albums, seven world tours, and seven Grammy Awards later and … Continued
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U.S. Release Date: July 1, 1997 Backstory: OK Computer, widely heralded as one of the greatest albums of the ‘90s and beyond, is the third studio effort released by English alt-rock band Radiohead. While the group’s sophomore record, the guitar-centric … Continued
Think you know everything about Paul McCartney? To celebrate his 74th birthday (June 18, 1942), throw your favorite song by The Cute Beatle on the record player and settle in with this quiz to see just how much you know … Continued
It’s official. We can “give it away, give it away, give it away now” that Red Hot Chili Peppers Radio will launch on Wednesday, 6/15 at 3 pm ET in celebration of the band’s new studio album, The Getaway. Actor … Continued
How would a millennial react to hearing a classic album like it’s something brand new? We believe that music discovery isn’t just about up-and-comers—new music is any music that’s new to you—so we decided to find out. Today is the … Continued
Once again, SiriusXM is stationed down in Manchester, Tennessee for Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The four-day music extravaganza is teeming with talent across several different genres, and sorting through the sheer number of names on the lineup can be slightly overwhelming. … Continued
Backstory: It’s hard to imagine the songs of anyone other than Simon & Garfunkel guiding the young, disillusioned protagonist the 1968 classic The Graduate as he returns to his parents’ opulent suburban kingdom, answers the obligatory stream of post-grad “What … Continued