This Week’s Music: Dido, Suki Waterhouse And Calpurnia

This week's column highlights the dancey return of Dido and the musical singles of two actors turned singers: Suki Waterhouse and Finn Wolfhard.

How To Fall Asleep Listening To Your iPhone Without Draining The Battery

If you’re the type of person who loves to fall asleep while listening to a perfect sleepytime playlist, you’re not alone.

This Week’s Music: Kindness, Marina, And Tindersticks Release New Songs

This week we highlight Kindness' new collaboration with Robyn, Marina's new single from her awaited fourth studio album, and Tinderstick's song for the movie "High Life".

Finally! Ariana Grande And Starbucks Team Up For New Drink

The Cloud Macchiato is made with whipped cold milk foam that has a light, fluffy and silky-smooth texture. It's also a nod to one of Grande's favorite things.

This Week’s Music: Jonas Brothers, Carly Rae Jepsen And Solange Release New Songs

This week was a packed one for pop music, with the comeback of the Jonas Brothers and two new songs from Carly Rae Jepsen. Solange makes her return.

13 Songs To Add To Your Smoke Sesh Playlist

Every toker has their favorite playlist to jam out to while they light up. Here are some super chill songs you need to add to yours right now (and no, Smoke Two Joints by Sublime didn’t make the list).

This Week’s Music: Kehlani, John Mayer And Julia Jacklin Release New Songs

This week's column highlights Julia Jacklin's amazing new album, John Mayer's new kind of sad song, and Kehlani's much awaited comeback.

This Week’s Music: Jenny Lewis, Wet And Avril Lavigne

Jenny Lewis is back with a country ballad, Wet releases a new indie song, and Avril Lavigne shows us her new pop weirdness.

Meme Of The Week: Kacey Musgraves Wins A Grammy And Becomes A Meme

She become one of the most viral parts of the awards ceremony when her hilarious and shell-shocked reaction to winning the night's most coveted Grammy was caught on camera.

Science: Music Turns You On In The Same Way As Sex And Drugs

We all know intuitively that sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll provides pleasure in most humans. But why? Here's the science you've been waiting for.