In anticipation of tomorrow's announcement of this year's GRAMMY award nominees, we've compiled some of our favorite live performances and interviews from last year's hottest nominees. Let us know in the comments section if you think any or all of these artists stand to receive recognition this year!
Whether you agree with the Recording Academy or not, the GRAMMY Awards do give closure to the past year in music. And, anytime an indie-name star gets a nod, we can't help but cheer. In preparation for the GRAMMY Nominations Concert on Nov. 30th 2011 (10pm ET/9pm CT on CBS), this whole week we're highlighting GRAMMY Award-winning artists as well our friends who are still GRAMMY-less, plus a few other cool surprises. Did we mention all come with a Free MP3?
Just in time for Thanksgiving we're bringing you Volume 5 of our RCRD LBL Essentials Playlists. With new songs from The Antlers, Lindstrom, The Wombats and others, RCRD LBL Essesntials Volume 5 will have you rocking out all weekend long.
For Part 2 of our Thanksgiving Spotlight we're hooking you up with even more music for the holiday. Here at MP3.com we believe that every occasion deserves a soundtrack, so with that in mind, here is fodder for your Thanksgiving soundtrack.
New York independent label Triple Crown Records are proudly credited with not only launching the careers of some of the world's most loved alternative rock bands- but also with the championing of exciting new talent.
Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. Christmas usually gets all the attention, but Thanksgiving is way more lowkey and enjoyable. To me, Thanksgiving is all about the fundamentals. There's nothing better than spending time with your family, eating as much as humanly possible, and passing out while watching football. With Turkey Day right around the corner we thought we'd put together some music to get you in mood for this great American tradition.
Our catalog is so full of great music, it would take us 10 years to share it with you one cut at a time. Can you wait that long? We didn't think so. So how about of trio of tunes that combine ambient, reggae and dub into a stew that'll free your mind (and fill your music player).