Log in or Sing up if not registered

With the kind of hubris that only comes with being twenty-three years old, Scotland’s Calvin Harris launched his career with the cheekily titled 2007 album I Created Disco. The title may have been off-base, but Harris’ LCD Soundsystem-inspired electro-funk was punchy enough to catch the attention of Kylie Minogue, who enlisted him to co-write and produce two songs on her album X. In 2008, Harris broke out of the electro-pop underground with “Dance Wiv Me,” a collaboration with Dizzee Rascal that debuted at #1 on the UK pop charts. Harris’ sophomore album, Ready for the Weekend, appeared in 2009. As carefree and eager to please as its debut, it also boasts polished production skills and a range of influences from 80’s funk, French house, trance, Euro-pop, and even a smidgen of rock ‘n’ roll.

News

Ellie Goulding will postpone the launch of the new album. It seems that Ellie Goulding is too busy touring ...

Brian May, guitarist of Queen, has joined forces with other artists to protest how Donald Trump uses their music ...

Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith will release a solo album of country music.

'We're All ...