CD Review: Engineers, “Always Returning” + MORE

 

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Taylor Swift Calls Her Haters ‘Sexist’ + MORE

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Bjork Announces New York Tour Dates Surrounding MoMA Retrospective + MORE

Earlier this week, Björk finally officially announced the March release of her new album Vulnicura, but that's not all that the Icelandic art-popper has up her sleeve in March....... More »
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Watch ScHoolboy Q’s New ‘Blank Face’ Album Trailer + MORE

We knew that ScHoolboy Q's new album Blank Face was due out July 8, fronted by the lead single "Groovy Tony," (as well as the Kanye West collaboration "THat Part") and now the TDE rapper has offered up an album trailer to tide fans thirsting for the project. It's just over 90-seconds long, and it'.... More »
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Album Review: Helen – The Original Faces + MORE

Grouper’s music is openly personal on record, but deadpan and noisy live. Be it the downtrodden whispers of 2008’s Dragging a Dead Deer Up a Hill or the solace of last year’s Ruins, Liz Harris dons her moniker with the intent to fill the air with smoke and draw shapes in its clouds. I.... More »
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Alexa Ray Joel finds her own comfort zone + MORE

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Jack White pays tribute to John Peel on tenth anniversary of deathJack White has described John Peel as “the most important DJ who has ever lived”.
The ex-White Stripes man, the band that Peel had famously proclaimed as “the most exciting band since punk or Jimi Hendrix,” was speaking to Mojo Magazine on the 10th anniversary of the DJ’s death to reveal the influence the Liverpudlian had on his career…

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Candy Hearts Cover Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off"Oh my goodness! Candy Hearts have posted a video of them performing an adorable cover of Taylor Swift’s (already platinum) single “Shake It Off,” which can be viewed below.The band are currently on the road in support of their recently released album All The Ways You Let Me Down, which is out now via Violently Happy Records…

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The playlist: hip-hop  Your Old Droog, Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$ and moreJoey Bada$$ and Your Old Droog bookend this weeks selection with a 90s revival, all drawled flow and boom bap beats while Kendrick Lamar innovates but alienates with a bizarre voice experimentRap fans love a bit of intrigue and rumour. Does Doom actually send out impersonators for live shows? Did Suge Knight actually dangle Vanilla Ice off a balcony? Lets not even get into Tupac/Biggie…

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Swifty kicks ass on the cover of British Vogue, as she admits, “finding someone is the last thing on my mind”…

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News: 16 highlights of Laneway Festival 201516 highlights of Laneway Festival 2015

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Mary J. Blige – “Nobody But You” (Co-Written By Sam Smith)Mary J. Blige will release her London Sessions album at the end of the November. One of her collaborators on the record was Sam Smith, who co-wrote at least two songs. The first was lead single “Therapy,” which we heard last week. Now here’s another, “Nobody But You,” which sounds a lot like what Smith does on his debut album (and I’m pretty sure that’s Smith’s vocals chopped up in the background)…

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Would one of these ‘good looking’ friends be Harry Styles perhaps…?

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News: UNIFY music festival has already sold out3000 tickets gone in just three hours.

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Glastonbury tickets: how to get them

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Everything you need to know to guarantee yourself a trip to Worthy Farm next summer

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Ed Sheeran dedicates song about crack-addicted prostitute to David CameronDedication at private gig may have been more awkward obligation than a genuine desire to celebrate the prime ministerThose lamenting the absence of a new wave of political angst among younger generations songwriters shouldnt raise their hopes too high, after one of its leading exponents dedicated a song to David Cameron at a recent gig – even if it was a number about a prostitute addicted to crack…

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Ontario’s Festival of Small Halls revives rural hubsSmall Halls Festival brings music, food and more to Clearview Township, about 90 minutes north of Toronto.

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CD Review: Engineers, “Always Returning”The group Engineers return with the album Always Returning, their fourth effort. Problematically, for a record from a band that up to now has had limited access to the U.S. market, it is difficult to gauge their growth. Specific to this album, the band is practically all-new with longtime multi-instrumentalist Mark Peters being joined by drummer Mark Linley and keyboardist Ulrich Schnauss, so Always Returning acts as a sort of debut for an established entity…

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According to a press release, the ensuing memory-triggering aroma at Knotfest 'will infest your brain, body and clothes for days after the festival is …

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