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In honor of his 47-city “These Days…” tour, Ab-Soul drops his “47 Bars” freestyle for your weekend listening pleasure. Over The Alchemist-produced beat, the L.A. rapper calls out the dudes wearing dresses (“It do cost a lot to live this here lifestyle”), hi.... More »
KEVIN Mitchell wears his heart on his sleeve on new Bob Evans album, which shines a light on how tough it can be to support a young family as a musician in Australia..... More »
To toast the new year, one of the world's most aggressive rappers has released a brand-new song that couldn't be more tender.
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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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This double-bill featuring London-based Rahman and French-American Terrasson showed how the jazz piano trio forges new musical relationships
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Great atmosphere, great sightlines so its a shame about the muddy sound, substandard bars and the general tatty feel of one of Londons leading venuesCapacity: 4,921.Who plays there: Every band that can sell 4,900 tickets, or 9,800 tickets or 14,700 tickets (the multi-night stand at Brixton is commonplace)…
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Tei Shi is a Brooklyn-based bedroom-pop type with roots in both Canada and Colombia, and last year, she self-released her Saudade album; we posted her track “Nature Vs. Nurture.” She’s now recorded her own version of “No Angel,” the song from Beyoncé’s self-titled album that Chairlift’s Caroline Polachek co-wrote…
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Jessie J just might’ve stolen the summer.
The UK singer with pipes of gold blew fans away last week with her latest single “Bang Bang,” a girl-power posse cut that was crafted along with hot chicks NIcki Minaj and Ariana Grande.
But the song, which quickly topped iTunes charts in the U.S. and several other countries, is just beginning its ascent…
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The successful concert promotion group behind Houston’s Free Press Summer Festival has secured land just north of downtown Houston to build a three-stage music venue complex with two indoor stages and an outdoor stage.
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Beyonce and Jay Z’s bundle of joy, Blue Ivy, clearly took after mom as a newborn. But if you’d like to see a little one who looks like dear old dad, you’re in luck — if you look outside the family.A Reddit user recently shared a shot of a toddler that is a perfect match for Jay Z.
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It’s safe to say Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N***a” is the most jacked beat right now, and as fate would have it, French Montana lends his BX touch to the BK kid’s street anthem. While rumors about an official remix starring some pretty big names continue to circulate, French’s remake should suffice just fine for now, especially with scandalous lines like, “Bitch ain’t loyal, she fucked Breezy, hoe / Believe me, you can ask Weezy, hoe / Heard she fucked Puff like a week ago…
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Stereosonic, set to play five cities over November and December to a total of 360,000 people, has signed a five-year deal with global ticket marketplace Viagogo.
The deal comes at a time when the biggest number of global EDM fans are considering coming to Australia to catch the festival.
The festival’s John Curtin explained, “We looked at other services on offer and firmly believe that Viagogo offers the best in category, world-class ticketing service that we want to provide to all of our festival attendees…
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Jarvis Cocker has modestly admitted that he had always thought that he’d be famous.
The frontman didn’t initially find success with the band, having to wait 15 years after they had formed to hit the big time, but Cocker has insisted that they all knew deep down that they were destined for stardom…
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