His voice just brings on the feels and there’s nothing you can do to stop it.
On the occasion of its 10th anniversary, and a long overdue release on vinyl, how one soundtrack kicked off the indie revolution and predicted the way we listen now.
These artists are basically harmless. Until a friend or loved one tells you that one of them is their FAV.
There was confetti and cymbals and flowers and everyone had a jolly time.
Who knows. But they dined together at Rihanna’s favorite spot on Sunday.
Y’know, other than “Happy.”
Time to “consciously couple” with sexiest band around.
Even after the “conscious uncoupling,” Chris Martin is still rock’s most starry-eyed romantic.
It’s going down. I’m yelling, “WHERE IS KESHA?”
He also falls in love with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’s Ziyi Zhang.
Those hoodies, shoes, and jeans. Amazing.
Malaysia-based Lego fan Adly Syairi Ramly created these delightful images using an iPhone 5.
They didn’t get what they wanted or needed, either.
Surprise: Their sixth album will drop in May.
The band is working on a studio album, its first since 2011. And they’ve released a spooky video for a new track, “Midnight.”
No, it’s not just Switchfoot.
It was very brief, but still.
Imitation is flattery, or something like that. Or influence? That’s the nice word for it.
Do you love Britney enough to get her lyrics tattooed on your back? Here are 20 people permanently branded with pop hits.
Brooklyn rap, meet English rock.
Eddie Vedder sings Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney fronts Nirvana, and more from the superstar Sandy charity gig.
Ahhh, the intense pain of unrequited love! We’ve all been there at some point, even Taylor Swift.
The Piano Guys turn radio pop into lovely neoclassical pieces. It’s easy on the ears, and sorta amazing to watch.
The clip for “Hurts Like Heaven” is an animated version of their Mylo Xyloto comic. The story is a bit hokey, but this is one of their best songs.
“Princess of China” looks like if Baz Luhrmann directed “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” — and Chris Martin and Rihanna get super intimate in this new video. You think Gwyneth is jealous?
Regardless of your feelings about Coldplay, this impromptu cover from last night’s Coldplay performance is incredibly touching. Stay for the end, when Chris Martin adds the line “we’re sending all our love to the Beastie Boys.” Indeed.
Seriously, check out this mash-up featuring Sean Paul, Coldplay, Nicki Minaj, and Childish Gambino. It even has Macaulay Culkin. Macaulay freakin Caulkin!
I like this. Way better than I thought it would be.
Random things are random.
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This LEGO music video of Coldplay’s 2008 hit single took two years to make, and all that work paid off big-time. Anyone else think it’s better than the original video?
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