Kings of Leon, Isle of Wight Festival 2014, review + MORE

 

Today’s News & Buzz

 

Latest News & Posts
indie

New Music: Rass Kass & Apollo Brown Feat. Royce Da 5’9″, Xzibit & Bishop Lamont “Giraffe P*ssy” + MORE

Detroit producer Apollo Brown follows that early hip-hop blueprint, when one producer and one MC would band together for a full-length project. From Trophies with D.I.T.C.’s OC to Daily Bread with Hassaan Mackey, it clearly still works. Brown’s latest collaboration comes with veteran We.... More »
record

Alexandra Shipp Is an Uncanny Aaliyah in Lifetime Biopic Trailer + MORE

It seemed for a while there that the forthcoming Lifetime biopic about the life and career of groundbreaking R&B singer Aaliyah might not ever even happen....... More »
writer

Everything Everything lead celebration of Manchester Central Library + MORE

Band take over library for a week to celebrate revamp and to highlight arts cutsQuestion: what can you find in a library? Answer: everything. True, but this week the correct answer will actually be Everything Everything, as the Manchester rock band of this name are staging an anarchic takeover of th.... More »
band

How Taylor Swift Reduced Her Fans to Tears + MORE

The singer connected with a few of her biggest supporters in a heartwarming way..... More »
singer

Listen to Pete Doherty’s tribute single for Amy Winehouse + MORE

Pete Doherty has unveiled his tribute track to Amy Winehouse, a song called ‘Flags of the Old Regime’. The Libertines man wrote the delicate track shortly after Winehouse’s tragic death, and will be released on March 9 through Walk Tall Recordings with proceeds going to the Amy Win.... More »
Who do you think Justin Bieber should date next? Lucy Hale? Maybe Chloe Moretz? Or perhaps he should ask out Sarah Hyland? Why this particular list of lovely ladies? Well, they all have one thing in common: the shape of their faces — a shape they share with Justin’s on-again, off-again love, Selena Gomez…

Continue Reading On news.mtv.ca »

The Spitalfields Festival lives up to its reputation for surprising juxtapositions, albeit with moments of pitiless minimalist monotony

Continue Reading On www.telegraph.co.uk »

Frankie Rose might’ve just released her solo LP, Herein Wild, last August, but already she’s back with new material as Beverly, her latest side-project with Drew Citron of Avan Lava. On July 1st, the duo will drop their debut album, Careers, via Kanine Records.
We’ve heard two album cuts thus far, “Honey Do” and “You Can’t Get It Right”; now comes a droning, reverb-drenched rocker entitled “Planet Birthday”…

Continue Reading On consequenceofsound.net »

Download the 2014 XXL Freshmen Mixtape
Between the individual freestyles, cyphers and roundtable discussions, there’s always plenty of post-cover content when it comes to XXL‘s annual Freshmen lists. Rounding out this year’s edition, XXL has finally debuted the 2014 Freshmen mixtape, hosted by DJ Drama. The 21-track project includes brand new material from the majority of the rookies, as well as a few guest spots from veterans like 2 Chainz, Fabolous and Lloyd Banks…

Continue Reading On www.missinfo.tv »

‘I will miss you everyday’, Jade posts

– www.couriermail.com.au

LIKE lyrics from a heart-rending ballad, Samantha Jade posts a moving tribute to her mother, saying she will miss her everyday “especially on my wedding day.”

Continue Reading On www.couriermail.com.au »

Tim Lee and Biggzy back soon
Earlier this year, former Hot 30 duo Tim Lee and Carla ‘Biggzy’ Bignasca announced they were ‘getting the band back together’.
The pair started a Facebook page and said they wanted to return to the airwaves as a team.
Last night, something interesting appeared on that page, a banner stating ‘Tim Lee and Biggsy…

Continue Reading On www.themusicnetwork.com »

Who knew the Burn singer was as big a fan of Geordie Shore as us…?!

Continue Reading On www.mtv.co.uk »

Keith Urban, Nicole Kidman serenade hospitalized children with 'Amazing Grace'Country music star and “American Idol” judge Keith Urban is a busy man. But while he was recently Down Under preparing for his next tour, he still found time to bring a little “Amazing Grace” to a children’s hospital with wife Nicole Kidman.Urban and Kidman visited Monash Children’s Hospital in Victoria, Australia, on Friday.

Continue Reading On www.today.com »

Fans Organise Imaginary Gig, Foo Fighters Confirm They’ll Play ItFoo Fighters have played a lot of interesting places in the road to their new studio album: Mexico, New Orleans, pizza parlours – but one place Dave Grohl and his merry rockers have yet to grace is Richmond, Virginia. Something which the residents of the American city, who haven’t seen a concert from the band […]

Continue Reading On www.tonedeaf.com.au »

New Music: 2Pac x !llmind “#Tupacsquiat (BoomTrap Remix)”
Having previously paired Biggie and Jay Z for an art-inspired collaboration-that-never-was, !llmind brings together two more late legends on this new cut, “#Tupacsquiat.” On what would have been his 43rd birthday, the veteran beatsmith gives 2Pac’s “Life Goes On” the BoomTrap treatment, which is easily one of his most experimental productions so far, while Naturel provides the Basquiat-inspired artwork…

Continue Reading On www.missinfo.tv »

A reinvigorated Kings of Leon left the weary crowd in exultation, says James Lachno

Continue Reading On www.telegraph.co.uk »

‘I will miss you everyday’, Jade posts

– www.dailytelegraph.com.au

LIKE lyrics from a heart-rending ballad, Samantha Jade posts a moving tribute to her mother, saying she will miss her everyday “especially on my wedding day.”

Continue Reading On www.dailytelegraph.com.au »

When the beautiful babble of rap music starts pouring from open car windows, that’s how you know it’s summer. And when the rappers behind that babble are inventing their own language out of squeaks and groans, that’s how you know rap music has changed. Forever? Or just for now? That’s still up for discussion, but here’s what isn’t: Rap’s magic is currently found in the voice, not on the lyric sheet…

Continue Reading On www.washingtonpost.com »

Comments are closed.