Lady Gaga will judge “So You Think You Can Dance” this week, the court date is set for photographer David LaChapelle’s lawsuit against Rihanna, and more.
In honor of Mickey’s kids, we took a look at the Disney divas — from ’90s Mouseketeers Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, to recent series stars like JoBros and Selena Gomez — then and now.
Universal Music Enterprises is re-releasing versions of Nirvana’s “Nevermind” with deluxe editions, exclusive content and more on Sept. 27.
When Samson’s Zoom Q3 HD hit our shores, our reviewers lined up to sign the portable high-definition pocket video camera out for an evaluation. The reason is clear. The Zoom Q3HD addresses sound quality, a feature that every other pocket video manufacturer has neglected to date. .
Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington has revealed that the rockers are not only hard at work on a new record, but that he’d be “shocked” if it was not released in 2012.
Digital DJing has significantly opened up the performing possibilities to what can now be achieved, but it has also introduced a number of issues, which has haunted many of the mixes that I’ve been listening to of late. Thanks to advances in technology that has created the Post-Beatmatching Era, Live Remixing is flourishing. Adding loops, sample hits, and even live instrumentation, is now the norm. With all the sonic possibilities offered by the current crop of controller/audio interface products, such as Native Instruments’ versatile S4, a large variety of sources are available to artistically manipulate into a one-of-a-kind mix. .
In-depth U2 and Pearl Jam documentaries, and a scripted feature directed by Madonna will receive their premieres at September’s Toronto International Film Festival.
Friends and family — including a beehived Kelly Osbourne — said goodbye to Amy Winehouse Tuesday at a private funeral ceremony in London.
Young Jeezy brought out a hip-hop all-star team to celebrate the sixth anniversary of debut album “Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101″ on Monday night.
Radio Disney and Disney Channel have selected three teen pop singers, a country vocalists and a band to compete in the channel’s fourth annual “N.B.T.” (Next Big Thing) contest.