Myspace and ICECREAM teamed up to give Mac Miller fans a free show at the legendary House of Blues in Hollywood. Special guests Tyler, the Creator and Taco of Odd Future, as well as The Internet, joined the rapper on stage for a night they won’t forget.
With a hand in records by Jay Z, Daft Punk and Robin Thicke, no producer had a more dominant—or exciting—year than Skateboard P. But that’s nothing new. Pharrell’s killer catalog stretches back over 22 years. What better way to honor music’s man of the year than with an exhaustive look back on his catalog? Dive in.
It’s been a great year for hardcore, but even fans of the genre may have missed a few albums that flew under the radar. Luckily, we’ve rounded up the best of them here: From Helta Skelta to Weekend Nachos, here are 13 (for ’13) overlooked records worth checking out.
Another year marks another run of great singles from a host of artists—and an even richer batch of songs just below the surface. These handpicked lesser-known cuts might not have made the charts, but they’re still worth spending some time with.
From Philip Glass to Usher, composer Nico Muhly has collaborated with musicians from every end of the spectrum, but his biggest accomplishment this year was Two Boys, a major opera about the emotional pitfalls of social networking.
Baby, it’s cold outside, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend the entire winter being totally bummed. Here are some reasons the chilly season is a chill one, along with some totally not brrr-ing activities to do.
From Miley Cyrus and Amanda Bynes to Bill Clinton and Prince, everyone has been whipping out their phones to snap selfies this year. We rounded up our 25 favorite game-changing ones and gave them awards. Who caught our lens?