Both fun.'s "We Are Young" and Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know." topped the Hot 100 and the Alternative Songs chart, and did so in quick succession. The success of both those songs after a number of years when songs from the Alternative Songs chart seemed to be almost completely absent from po ... More >>
VH1 spent last week counting down what the channel, and its panel of celebrities and "experts," consider The 100 Greatest Songs of The '00s. They certainly haven't been the first to assemble such a listRolling Stone and Pitchfork and every blog under the sun had their say about two years ago, ... More >>
Lance Armstrong, flanked by two guys accusing him of nothing. Yet.During Lance Armstrong's recent comeback, the Voice kept a fairly close eye on him. Despite what some commenters seemed to believe, we actually have admired the man and his incredible cycling exploits. For years, of course, Ar ... More >>
Yeasayer. Here's hoping things are a bit warmer than this for their shows this summer. Today Live Nation announced a slew of shows at Long Island's Nikon at Jones Beach Theater and New Jersey's PNC Bank Arts Center, and in addition to the many classic rock acts (with "classic rock" now being ... More >>
We have little-to-no stakes in the summer-song horserace, except in a "If I hear that Drake song one more time I'll happily slit his throat with the jagged shards of Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix" kind of way. But we are interested in "Relator," the improbably buoyant Scarlett Johansson/Pete Yorn colla ... More >>
Channeling exuberance and battling self-doubt on the Upper East Side
The Boston-based alt-pop lady hits her peak, right on time
The Improvisational Rock Scene Isn't Just for Hippies Anymore
Music Revolution or a King on the Loose?
Hip-Hop and R&B Artists MIA in Music Industry Struggle
Not Knowing What Else to Do, Singers Sing 9-11 Songs
Its All in the Past Now; Money Changes Everything
NARAS Sifts Through an Arty Bunch in a Don't-Miss Year
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.