An artist/entertainer who can do it all, Tinashe is quickly making herself known across multiple genres and throughout entertainment fields as one of the rawest and most compelling musicians today. She has all the marks of a true artist: fully immersed in her craft — and handling almost all of it single-handedly — ambitiously serious and undeniably fun. Tinashe’s instinct for rhythm accompanies the kind of undressed lyrics that leave any listener feeling themselves, dancing in what she calls a “collaboration” with her fans, especially to her new hit single, “Needs.”
ED's Exclusive Interview with BUSH's Gavin Rossdale
In 1991, a band from the Pacific Northwest was seen for the first time by millions when their video for the song “Smells Like Teen Spirit” aired on MTV. Many music pundits credit that band — Nirvana — and that video, specifically, for ushering in a new era in rock music.
Country Music Legend Tobey Keith
Country Music Legend, Tobey Keith, offers his hilarious ode to the "Green" culture with "Wacky Tobaccy".
"Toot That" to the Banks!
In the future, when people are looking back at this decade on a pop-culture-like show — or whatever the future-television equivalent is — there are certain things you know will make the show: COVID, streaming wars, Zoom calls, telework, the rise of plant-based alternatives and the ongoing proliferation of social media.
Godmsack's final album? They're ready to "Surrender"!
Rock stars and rappers love partying at strip clubs — no surprise there, Captain Obvious. Even so, it seems fairly rare that a veteran rock drummer like Shannon Larkin of Godsmack could vividly recall strip-club escapades from two decades ago. And yet …
He's on his Jax Jones
Jax Jones got his artist name from the English saying, “On my Jack Jones,” meaning to be on one’s own. And that’s exactly how he wanted to carve out his own artistic image.
Walshy talks COVID, getting 'turnt up'
Walshy Fire, a DJ that is part of the group Major Lazer, has a group of friends called the Paradigm Shifters. According to him, these individuals’ aim is “getting people’s brains to grasp that what they know now is rapidly changing,” he said in an interview in November 2019.
Prior to what we’ve witnessed in recent years, a “former exotic dancer” would rarely (if ever) acknowledge herself as such — especially if she found herself in the public eye.
Vince Neil & Nikki Sixx talk "Girls, Girls, Girls"
Back in 2007, Mötley Crüe was celebrating the 20th anniversary of their album “Girls, Girls, Girls.” ED Publications, in turn, celebrated the most popular song in the history of the strip club industry—you guessed it, “Girls, Girls, Girls.” That’s why the Crue landed on the cover of our July 2007 issue, which was accompanied by an in-depth look into the song that helped define an entire industry.
It's "All Down Hill From Here" for Candlebox!
Candlebox was always a bit of an enigma. As a band that formed in the early ‘90s in Seattle, one might assume that they rode the grunge wave to success. But Candlebox wasn’t a grunge band, so if anything, being a pop-rock band from Seattle in the early ‘90s probably worked against them more than it worked for them.
The Struts have opened for mammoth rock names, and in doing so are en route to becoming one themselves. Geth Davies, drummer for The Struts, was sitting in his room drinking a cup of tea when someone sent him a link containing an awe-inspiring moment.