Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’
Friday, December 5th marks the day of the 57th annual GRAMMY nominations, announced by Pharrell and Ed Sheeran on CBS This Morning. Airing on Sunday, February 8th, 2015, every category has been revealed except for the coveted Album Of The Year prize. It will be announced by LL Cool J as he hosts A Very GRAMMY Christmas, which airs tonight on CBS.
One of the most widely-discussed artists of 2011 among the indie press, the elusive Josh T. Pearson was finally captured early this year by Mute Records, who released his acclaimed album, Last of the Country Gentlemen. Here the folks at Mute offer us his heart-wrenching interpretation of “O Holy Night.”
Looking for holiday gift ideas? Well, nothing says “I love you” like a DIY mixtape-style playlist.
From Modern Holiday Songs to Classics Reimagined, in today’s Spotlight we bring you the greatest gift of all: a free playlist featuring MP3.com’s best holiday music all wrapped together and ready for download! Plus, we also throw in a head-banging rendition of “White Christmas” from a former NIN member. Can you guess who?
For anyone planning to open presents this December 25th, we’ve assembled some pop tunes to keep moods merry, to get hips shaking, and to keep Aunt Peggy from slipping in her mix of spiritual music–or any other kind of yawn-inducing songs, for that matter.
For our money, some of the best Christmas songs are the classic Christmas songs and the fun of discovery comes with digging up new interpretations of the “oldies.” Here’s a gift of three free tracks (though we’re still working on tying a ribbon around an MP3).
If you don’t know Mayer Hawthorne, you don’t know one of the grooviest retro-soul singers to hit the scene in the past few years. But here’s a good place to start: a sexy, slinky reading of “Christmas Times Is Here” that’s as smooth as those PJs you buy your best guy or girl.
The holidays are upon us, and with that comes a crush of new and old songs about winter wonderlands, Christmas cheers, Santa, sleighs, and talking snowmen. After years of listening to the same old tunes by Dean Martin, Vince Guaraldi and Frank Sinatra, it’s time for something a little more… festive.Listen to these hot and free holiday tunes that will jingle your bells.