Apple set to release its new 5G iPhone 12 lineup in two stages starting with the 6.1-inch models first, report claims

The news was revealed by well-known Apple product predictor Ming-Chi Kuo, who believes the tech giant may offer promotions or discounts on the AirPods this holiday season.

Dil Ko Maine Di Kasam: Asim Riaz, Himanshi Khurana share poster for Arijit Singh’s latest music video

Sharing the post, Asim wrote, “Yaar ke sang sab kuch, ya phir kuch nahi! #DilKoMaineDiKasam releasing on 10th August.” The poster shows a shirtless, bruised Asim playing the piano while Himanshi looks longingly at him. She is seen lying on the piano in a black dress.

La Cañada Flintridge Update Regarding Music In The Park Canceled Through End Of August

Each year the City hosts the Music in the Park Summer Concert Series. The outdoor concert series invites the community to enjoy live music at Memorial Park beginning on Memorial Weekend. This year has been a challenging year due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The City continues to work on responding to the pandemic by prioritizing […]

Universal Music’s Midyear Earnings Were Just OK on Paper, But Pretty Good for During the Pandemic

The first wave of music’s Q2 earnings reports — from Spotify, SiriusXM and UMG, all last week — reinforce the importance of the subscription streaming model in today’s music business, and its necessity during a pandemic-created economic recession. In spite of sharp declines in physical product and merchandise sales, and although advertising-supported services suffered from […]

A northern soul

By mid-1977, the instantly intimidating and incendiary Fall were blasting tinny sound into cryptic song, fronted by that creepily normal looking maniac first spotted violently heckling Paul Weller – ‘fucking Tory scum’ – when the Jam played the Electric Circus. The Fall’s first show seemed to be played in front of an audience that consisted […]

‘The narrative is we don’t sell records’: the black female singers uncredited by the UK industry

Elisabeth Troy’s gut felt fine when working with producers such as MJ Cole – she sang on his Top 10 UK garage hit Crazy Love in 2000. But then the industry started to silence artists. “MJ Cole was doing an apprenticeship at the label I was signed to,” she says. “He was such a lovely […]

Pop star Arlissa opens up about prejudice in the music industry:

Upon moving to the US, she felt she had the freedom to do exactly what she wanted but admits reaching that point has been a constant battle. “I would say, if you are a person of colour, people, particularly labels and mainstream outlets, try to put you in a box. They think, ‘Oh, you’re a […]

‘Folklore’ Is Sending People Back To Taylor Swift’s Early Albums

By contrast, no albums saw a lift in streams when Lover debuted last year. Unlike Folklore, however, Lover did have a traditional rollout that included pre-album singles. But even when you include the week leading up to the album’s release — when song “Lover” was made available — the lifts still weren’t as significant as those […]

Broadway’s ‘Sing Street’ Musical From ‘Once’ Team Postpones Opening Until 2021-22

Directed by Tony Award winner Rebecca Taichman (Indecent), Sing Street follows a group of Dublin teens in the 1980s who form a new wave band to escape troubled home lives and small town drudgery. The score includes a smattering of ’80s hits by MTV-era groups such as Duran Duran and Depeche Mode, and choreography by […]

Apple Music vs. Spotify: The best music streaming service for you

Apple Music and Spotify are the two biggest names in music streaming. But with similar catalogs and the same monthly subscription fee ($9.99, £9.99 or AU$11.99) it can be tough to work out which is the better option for you. Part of your choice comes down to where you listen — so figuring out which […]