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US singer Ciara has enraged fans by playing for just ten minutes in a show in Christchurch. Will Aussie audiences get the same treatment?.... More »
Neo-soul, jazz and hip-hop fans heartbroken by the recent cancellation of the big-ticket Soulfest festival have banded together to salvage the weekend with their own smaller, more intimate event,...
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Burt Bacharach needs little introduction. In a landmark 50+year run on the charts, Bacharach’s music continues to set industry records and creative standards..... More »
All you need to know about the DJ who is now at the helm of BBC Radio 1's Official Chart show.... More »
Lawyers for the rapper confirm the case regarding payment of his album advance will go forward in LouisianaLil Wayne continues his $51m (£34m) lawsuit against Cash Money Records and label co-founder Bryan “Birdman” Williams over the payment of his advance, despite new reports that the rapp.... More »
Snoozy radio hits “I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask for More,” recast with three people. 8:30 p.m. at Dosey Doe, 25911 I-45 N., The Woodlands; 281-367-3774.
Rap fest, featuring Ty Dolla $ign, Rich Homie Quan, Mack Wilds, DJ Drama, Sage the Gemini, Young Jeezy and IAMSU!
Country singer from these parts just released “Bridges,” featuring duets with legends…
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The Association of Independent Music (AIM) have announced the nomination for their annual awards, with London Grammar leading the way with four nominations.
The trio have been nominated for Best Album (for debut album If You Wait), Best Indie Breakthrough, Live Act and Track of the Year (for their single ‘Strong’) for bash in London on September 2…
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With their label citing bands like Surfer Blood and Dirty Beaches as major influences, new Tiny Engines outfit It Looks Sad. does these groups justice by successfully implementing classic surf rock, guitar pop, and post-punk sounds. The group’s aesthetic then realizes itself when put under frontman Jimmy Turner’s distressed vocals, offering up a listen at once both fresh and familiar…
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Imagine being catapulted through a portion of the ’80′s, picking up four fine musicians and then landing around 1966, ’67. That would be my short description of The Empty Hearts, a new band consisting of 4 giants from the ’80′s – Wally Palmar of The Romantics on lead vocals, Elliot Easton of The Cars on lead guitar, Andy Babiuk of The Chesterfield Kings on bass and Clem Burke, the wonder-drummer of Blondie behind the kit…
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Michael Cera dropped a surprise album a few days ago, becoming 2014’s new male Beyonce.
The title of the album is “True That,” and you can stream …
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Because it’s July in Washington and there’s no A/C backstage, tiny jewels of sweat are forming on DJ Mustard’s brow, decorating the tiny script tattoo on his right temple. “10 Summers,” it reads — the name of his new album, but also his vow to stay relevant for a decade. Read full article >>
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After encountering problems with ticket sales for three of his Atlanta concerts, Garth Brooks held a meeting with Ticketmaster. Now, he’s adding even more shows in the Southern hub.
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If you are a die-hard fan of later singer Michael Jackson, do not miss a new video that was released on microblogging site Twitter Thursday. His Twitter account released a short film titled “A Place …
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Bandit Town, just west of North Folk, Calif., is in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, and will soon host the All Night Campout, a weekend music festival taking place Labor Day weekend, Aug. 30-31.
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