Kacey Musgraves performed at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los Angeles alongside Coldplay’s Chris Martin. Martin played piano while she sat atop a giant glowing rainbow and sang “Rainbow” from Golden Hour, one of the best albums of 2018. Musgraves performed the song at this year’s Grammys, where … More »
Coldplay just wrapped up their interminable A Head Full Of Dreams era with a career-spanning documentary of the same name, and it looks they’re about to start a new one. This time, though, it’s not just a new album cycle; they seem to have changed their band name to Los Unidades. More »
Oh, Father John! The recording artist occasionally known as Josh Tillman has been pretty quiet as of late, focused on touring in support of his most recent album God’s Favorite Customer, but he let loose a bit at the end of his show in Belgium yesterday. More »
Coldplay famously compared their most recent full-length, 2015’s A Head Full Of Dreams, to Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows — the epic conclusion of a lengthy saga. So although Chris Martin and company have backpedaled the notion that it’s Coldplay’s final album — they’ve already released another record, last year’s … More »
If you haven’t seen Crazy Rich Asians yet, you should. Aside from being an overdue and important turning point for representation in mainstream movies, it’s hilarious and heartwarming throughout. And it often makes deeply effective yet specific use of rom-com tropes and structures, like when a Mandarin cover of Coldplay’s “Yellow” soundtrack’s the film’s climax. More »
Soon after his passing earlier this year, a rough version of Avicii‘s joint track with Coldplay, “Heaven” managed to surface unfinished. Now, longtime Avicii collaborator, Carl Falk, who worked on the 2015 Stories album, has revealed in a social media post that he is finishing not only “Heaven,” but songs, plural: a strong indication there is likely a full-length, post-humous Avicii project underway.
The previously-shared “Heaven” demo featured Coldplay’s Chris Martin on lead vocals. Judging by Falk’s Instagram post, the final version will, as well. The rough cut, with its rippling, mounting melody and halcyon lyrics are wonderfully emblematic of Avicii’s signature sound. One can’t help but feel Avicii’s spirit alive and speaking through the track’s lyrics, “And I think I just died and went to heaven.”
In 2005, Coldplay released their third album, X&Y. In many ways, it was one of those collections where a band starts to sound exactly like everyone’s most basic idea of them. The subtle hints of something weirder that lingered at the edges of Parachutes and A Rush Of Blood To The Head, the element that … More »
Snail Mail’s debut album, Lush, is out today, and we really love it, enough to put it at #3 on our Best Albums Of The Year So Far list. Lindsey Jordan played the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn last night for her album release show — and as one of the first … More »
In the time since Avicii‘s passing, fans have scoured the web for new music the producer might’ve been working on before his death at the end of April.
Avicii fans have uncovered an unreleased collaboration between the producer and Chris Martin: “Heaven.” The two powerhouses were seen working together and were featured in a scene in Avicii’s documentary, “True Stories.”
The song’s cheery vibe is bittersweet in the wake of Avicii’s passing, featuring a lighthearted melody and emotive vocals from the Coldplay singer.
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A little over a month ago, the world lost the beloved DJ and producer, Avicii. Prior to his passing, Tim was busy working on a followup to his 2017 EP Avīci (01). In doing so, Avicii hit the studio and worked with a number of artists including Chris Martin from Coldplay. Avicii and Chris Martin
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