After being spotted rocking out at The 1975's concert in LA last Thursday with her BFF Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift continues to show her undying love for the group!
Taylor continued to show the group some love last week while rocking a The 1975 shirt while on a shopping spree in LA. Paired with a plaid miniskirt and chunky heels, Swifty looked adorible!
Being obsessed with The 1975, we are all for this new obsession of Taylor's and totally support it!
All we can do now is hope there is a The 1975 and Tyalor Swift colab in the near future.
Ummmmmmmmm excuses me Lady Gaga but what exactly are you wearing? After her last concert of her ARTRAVE tour in Paris she decided to go to nightclub VIP Room where she wore this.
There are just no words when to comes to this getup, so we are going to let these photos and the video do all the talking.
Turn your volume up and prepare to have this song on REPEAT. Mike Taylor is a Philadelphia born artist who fuses pieces of pop culture with infectious melodies. His new song "Body High" premiered today and it's incredible.
Talk about experiencing a body high, this song will have you grooving all day long and dancing all through the night. Talyor performed at several Mad Decent dates this summer and is also featured on DJ Vice's "The World Is Our Playground" he is also a Red Bull Sound Select Artist!
Listen to his new hit "Body High" below and drop a comment on what you think of the song!
We took Ryan Cabrera on an Amoeba Adventure here in Hollywood and it was SO FUN. He showed us his 5 most inspirational records in his eyes, past and present. Watch the video below!
What do YOU think of his album picks?
The American Music Awards were tonight in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the best of the music industry. Some of our faves may have taken home an award but EVERYONE is a winner in our eyes :) Take a look at the full list of winners below!
Did YOUR favorite win big tonight?
Artist of the Year
One Direction — WINNER
Favorite Album — Country
Brantley Gilbert, Just as I Am — WINNER
Garth Brooks, Blame It on My Roots: Five Decades of Influences
Eric Church, The Outsiders
Favorite Artist — Rap/Hip-Hop
Iggy Azalea — WINNER
New Artist of the Year
5 Seconds of Summer — WINNER
Favorite Artist — Alternative Rock
Imagine Dragons — WINNER
Favorite Female Artist — Pop/Rock
Katy Perry — WINNER
Favorite Album — Pop/Rock
One Direction, Midnight Memories — WINNER
Lorde, Pure Heroine
Katy Perry, Prism
Favorite Male Artist — Country
Luke Bryan — WINNER
Favorite Male Artist — Pop/Rock
Sam Smith — WINNER
Favorite Artist — Latin
Enrique Iglesias — WINNER
Favorite Album — Rap/Hip-Hop
Iggy Azalea, The New Classic — WINNER
Drake, Nothing Was the Same
Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 2
Favorite Band, Duo or Group — Pop/Rock
One Direction — WINNER
Single of the Year
Katy Perry Featuring Juicy J, “Dark Horse” — WINNER
Iggy Azalea Featuring Charli XCX, “Fancy”
John Legend, “All of Me”
Pharrell Williams, “Happy”
Favorite Female Artist — Country
Carrie Underwood — WINNER
Favorite Band, Duo or Group — Country
Florida Georgia Line — WINNER
Eli Young Band
Favorite Male Artist
John Legend — WINNER
Favorite Female Artist — Soul/R&B
Beyoncé — WINNER
Mary J. Blige
Favorite Album — Soul/R&B
Beyoncé, Beyoncé — WINNER
John Legend, Love in the Future
Pharrell Williams, G I R L
Favorite Artist — Adult Contemporary
Katy Perry — WINNER
Favorite Artist — Contemporary Inspirational
Casting Crowns — WINNER
Favorite Artist — Electronic Dance Music (EDM)
Calvin Harris — WINNER
Frozen — WINNER
The Fault in Our Stars
Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix, Vol. 1
Its finally here! The incredible singer/song write from Cherry Hill, New Jersery Eric Dash has released the official music video for his soulful track Ms. Sally Jones.
Eric has spent the last couple of months on the Got Cake tour with The Janoskians and is currently in the studio recording his debut album with producer Jack Joseph Puig, known for his work with John Mayer, Goo Goo Dolls, and No Doubt.
Eric takes it to the ice rink to serande an elegant ice skater with his smooth voice in the new video and we are obsessing over it! Check out the video below and let us know what you think!
Punk Goes Pop is a compliation album series organized by Fearless Records that features various punk artists performing covers of pop songs. This year, Punk Goes Pop Vol. 6 was released, and currently stands #1 on the iTunes Alternative Chart and #6 on the iTunes Overall Chart. Among the featured songs and artists is Upon A Burning Body and Ice-T's cover of "Turn Down For What", orignally made popular by DJ Snake and Lil Jon. Upon A Burning Body offers up a great new edge to the song. Rugged vocals and guitar riffs create a much harder feel for the infamous party song.
The video for the track was just released today, check it out below!
After our super epic Amoeba Adventure with Bill and Tom of Tokio Hotel, we took a few minutes to answer some of YOUR fan questions you sent in via our Twitter #BuzznetAskTokioHotel! You guys asked the BEST questions! They had us laughing the entire time; some of their answers are so hilarious. Watch below!
BONUS GIVEAWAY! We will be giving away a SIGNED "Kings Of Suburbia" CD and a signed BUZZNET T-shirt to one lucky fan! Share the video using #BuzznetLovesTokioHotel to be entered to win!
PS the boys have a question for YOU! Be sure to leave your answer in the comments below!
This week, we had the chance to talk to Danielle Sullivan of the Wild Ones about music, touring, and life with the band. The Portland-based group is a dream-pop band, who just released their LP Keep It Safe, earlier this year. Check out the video for the single "Keep It Safe" below!
The Wild Ones are currently touring the West Coast of the US, kicking off their tour today, November 14th, at MUX in Richland, WA and wrapping up on December 4th at The Crocodile in Seattle, WA.
Here is the interview we did:
1. You say your sound is "dream-pop"…can you describe exactly what that is for me?
To me, dream pop is a genre of music that relies heavily on giving the listener an immersive experience. Rich guitar and synth tones are equally as important as the melody. A couple of my favorite dream pop artists are Cocteau Twins and M83. When listening to their records it feels like I'm stepping into a distinctly ethereal world that they have carefully designed. We have put a lot of attention into creating that experience for our upcoming LP.
2. It's kind of a miracle that this LP happened, what kept you all motivated and together during the lows and challenges?
We had our fair share of struggles releasing our LP Keep It Safe due to health and financial challenges. Still, we all believed in the record and were committed to taking it as far as we possibly could. Thomas and I had come a long way since we first started playing in bands at 18, and we were finally on the brink of releasing our own work. There wasn't much that could have stopped us.
3. What's been your biggest accomplishment since finishing that project?
We have been touring like crazy for the past year in support of the re-release of Keep It Safe on Topshelf Records. We are about to embark on our 6th and final tour of 2014. That feels like a serious accomplishment. Since KIS we've also gained an amazing team of people that have believed in and supported us including the excellent gentlemen and women at Topshelf Records and New Community Mgmt.
4. You say you're inspired by everything from German techno to American R&B…what are some of your favorite tunes to play while on the road?
Oh dang, this is a good one. My current tour playlist includes a lot of Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Alvvays, and Grandmaster Flash.
5. So you're called the "Wild Ones"…do you have any wild band stories from the studio or tour to share?
To be honest, the name is a bit of a joke because we are not particularly wild. We enjoy podcasts and The New Yorker.
Guitar Center ambassador Colbie Caillat has just finished a spot with the retailer for their "All We Sell Is The Greatest Feeling On Earth" campaign. Caillat joins the ranks of other artists such as Questlove of The Roots, James Hetfield of Metallica, and Steve Aoki in sharing just how music has shaped their lives. The Grammy winner shares how her music was influential in getting her to come out of her shell, and share her passion with the world.
Check out the full clip below!