- August 16, 2013
- by Variance Staff
Sex pop duo Night Panther has set "Delta" as its new single. The song offers a sample of the band's self-titled debut album, a summer blend of shiny pop sounds and bright falsetto vocals.
Michael Jackson may be gone, but his music certainly isn't. An interesting new mix of "Slave to the Rhythm," now featuring Justin Bieber, made its debut in the U.K. and has surfaced online.
New Two Door Cinema Club set on the horizon? That appears to be the case, as the trio has debuted a new track on BBC Radio 1.
What was Dev Hynes' Wednesday like? Apparently, he was in the studio. The multi-talented songwriter-producer revealed on Thursday morning his cover of Drake's newest cut, "Hold On, We're Going Home."
Well, it's finally here. R. Kelly and Phoenix’s new collaboration, the remix for the latter's “Trying to Be Cool," arrived Wednesday via BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe's radio show.
Eminem broke his silence on Wednesday, premiering a new track titled "Survival" in the form of a trailer for the new Call of Duty: Ghosts video game.
When we first reported that Katy Perry would appear on John Mayer's new album, Paradise Valley, there was certainly some hesitation. One of the greatest musicians of his generation with the girl whose name is synonymous with candy-coated (literally!) pop music?
Days ahead of Earl Sweatshirt's Doris release, the rapper's new collaboration with fellow Odd Future mate Frank Ocean has surfaced online.
Hope you're ready for this all week—or longer. B.o.B has released a guitar-driven cut titled "How 2 Rap," which is written in response to Kendrick Lamar's feisty verse on "Control," but aims at the rest of his fellow rappers as well.
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Ahead of her forthcoming album re-release, Halcyon Days, Ellie Goulding has unleashed another track, this time a dazzling ballad titled "Hearts Without Chains."
He probably wasn't the first guy expected to respond to Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse, but Slaughterhouse's Joell Ortiz has just offered a vicious rebuttal.