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Sia’s “Salted Wound”: Listen To The ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’ Soundtrack Cut + MORE

'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Soundtrack Cover Art See the tracklist for the upcoming cinematic tour de sex. .... More »
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It's Red Hot Chili Peppers vs. Drake for No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart + MORE

Red Hot Chili Peppers and Drake are vying for the No. 1 slot on next week’s Billboard 200 albums chart, according to industry forecasters. The....... More »
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Laura Marling laments her lost muse + MORE

AFTER four acclaimed albums singer-songwriter Laura Marling wondered if she would ever write again when her muse left her..... More »
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These Guys Prove That Being Deaf Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Enjoy A Music Festival + MORE

There are many things we take for granted in life, and one of those is having healthy, working senses – imagine a world where you can’t hear music? Sadly for many this is a reality, however, courtesy of some incredible souls, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy live music. You .... More »
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GLASTONBURY: Stone Roses on course to headline iconic festival + MORE

FANS of The Stone Roses are stunned by the news that the band are the bookies' favourites to headline Glastonbury festival..... More »

Album Review: Caribou – Our Love

– consequenceofsound.net

Album Review: Caribou – Our LoveWith the bold title Our Love and the bold goal to create “something for everybody to listen to,” Dan Snaith, aka Caribou, has returned from a four-year slumber seemingly ready to don a cape. But as a cerebral musician who keeps his mathematics doctorate in one pocket and a Lego from his three-year-old daughter in the other, Snaith isn’t trying to explain the complexities of love…

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Toronto-born trumpet player, once called ‘the Duke Ellington of our time,’ worked with biggest international names in music

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HAPPENING RIGHT NOW:  An Interview With Cyndi Dawson of The Cynz
A few months ago, I reviewed a new E.P. release by a local  (New Jersey) band, The Cynz.  They have that driving, frenetic garage-y sound that reminds me of the earliest punk days in New York and a highly charismatic and entertaining front person in singer Cyndi Dawson.  2014 has been quite a year for The Cynz, in that they released the E…

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ArtsBeat: Modest Sales for the Start of Sting’s Musical ‘The Last Ship’The show, Sting’s first foray into musical theater, sold modestly in its first set of preview performances last week, according to box office data.

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Papa Mali and Friends took to Tipitina’s in New Orleans for a special night featuring some new music from the guitarist, who will release a new album in the near future. Rounding out his band was Robert Mercurio on bass, Terence Higgins on drums and organist Joe Ashlar. Dino Perrucci shared some images from the show.

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Hozier’s album makes it difficult not to fall in love with the Irish musician, says Helen Brown

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Balloons, stinky tofu and a brass band: Changsha's indie-rock scene after darkIn the first dispatch from China, Tim Jonze joins Sam Genders of Diagrams for an impromptu gig complete with Pete Doherty postersAs gigs go, you could say this is one with a difference. In fact, lets call it several differences by my rough estimation, about 724 differences (and counting). For one thing, theres a translator on-stage, encouraging the young crowd to blow up the balloons theyve just been handed from the stage…

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Morrissey Returns To The Stage With Band In “Fuck Harvest” T-ShirtsMorrissey took the stage today for the first time since parting ways with Harvest Records earlier this year. He kicked off a European tour in Lisbon and his band came out in t-shirts that read, “FUCK HARVEST,” while Morrissey wore all white with what appears to be some animal rights sticker on his chest…

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AC/DC have apparently leaked Rock or Bust, the opening track from their upcoming album of the same name. The band recently uploaded the track to their Vevo channel under the title Play Ball, the name…

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A Burning night at San Diego Music Awards

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The Burning of Rome, which had a field-leading six nominations, won for Best Live Performer, Best Alternative Album (for "Year of the Ox") and Song of the Year (for "God of Small …

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The Washington Master Chorale gave a multifaceted tribute to a multifaceted artist on Sunday afternoon. Lenny was the artist in question: Leonard Bernstein — mercurial, brilliant, colorful, populist and popular. You don’t sum him up in a single program, and you could come up with a range of different ones (the Washington Chorus offered its own “Essential Bernstein” concert in 2012)…

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High notes elude Carey on tour

– www.dailytelegraph.com.au

MARIAH Carey didn’t endear herself to fans over the weekend, struggling to sing through the opening night of her Elusive Chanteuse World Tour in Tokyo.

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Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood hires Supergrass to cover Inherent Vice trackGuitarist enlists two-thirds of fellow Oxford group to rewire Spooks, Radioheads pixies/surf pastiche from 2006, which will feature in Paul Thomas Andersons upcoming film Radioheads Jonny Greenwood says he has enlisted Supergrass to finish one of his bands unreleased songs. Spooks, which Radiohead have been playing live since 2006, was recorded by members of Supergrass for the upcoming film soundtrack for Inherent Vice…

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