Feist Dominates Juno Awards With Five Wins (Billboard)
MS: Taking single of the year for "1 2 3 4," album of the year and pop album of the year for "The Reminder," Feist took the accolades in stride, joking that her family, who attended the event, were rarely in the same room, let alone one involving a red carpet.
Rock band Coldplay helps you sleep (Reuters)
MS: Britons like a dose of rock band Coldplay to help them fall asleep, a survey from hotel chain Travelodge found on Monday. The band, whose frontman Chris Martin says he avoids caffeine and alcohol and is known for a lifestyle that is anything but rock 'n roll, came top in a poll of music choices to help you nod off.
"I'd hate me too!" (Salon)
MS: You may be sick of Moby, but he won't hold it against you. His 1999 album "Play" was the kind of early success that can cast a shadow over an entire career: It sold 9 million copies, every song was licensed for some commercial purpose, and it injected techno music into the American mainstream consciousness -- almost overnight. That kind of quick fame doesn't come without cost, and Moby has since admitted he became the poster child for selling out. "If I wasn't me," he says now, "I'd hate me too."
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