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Scorpion found in London home of BBC 6 Music presenter Ben Watt + MORE

Daughter of musician finds European yellow-tailed scorpion in bedroom, believed by London Zoo to have travelled in suitcaseThe former Everything But the Girl musician Ben Watt called in zoological experts after his daughter found a scorpion in their north London home.The creature is believed to be a.... More »
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Chris Brown Performs on ‘The Tonight Show’ + MORE

Breezy’s back. Chris Brown lit up late night with an electrifying performance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Thursday. Backed by The Roots and dressed in all red, the R&B superstar performed the Diplo-produced title track off his upcoming album X and his hit.... More »
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Teenage Head: The band that (unintentionally) inspired Canadian punk + MORE

Teenage Head stormed onto the music scene in ’75, shaking up a stagnant industry with stripped-down sound.... More »
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Podcast: A Waste of Time With ItsTheReal & Sickamore + MORE

This right here is a must listen for anybody trying to break into the rap industry. With their first podcast of 2016, ItsTheReal sit down with Sickamore, the long-time DJ, blogger and A&R behind some of the best rap releases of the last few years, including YG’s My Krazy Life and Travi$ .... More »
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Meet Vicky Pattison’s New Favourite Band, FooR + MORE

They’re “the next biggest thing” apparently….... More »
Though oceans apart, Australia’s Jagwar Ma and England’s Temples inhabit similar spaces of psychedelic stoner rock. It’s no surprise, then, that the two have teamed up to release a split LP for this year’s Record Store Day. Due out April 19th — sadly only in the UK — the 12-inch sees the bands remixing one another…

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David Letterman’s pending Late Show retirement is a win-win for one lucky potential successor – his protege, Craig Ferguson reports The New York Post.

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Paolo Nutini admits to suffering from stage frightPaolo Nutini has admitted that he suffers from stage fright.
The raspy-voiced Scottish singer-songwriter may be a tad apprehensive about performing in front of people, but has insisted that it is these ‘nerves’ that drive him to actually take to the stage.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, Nutini said: “It’s a challenge stepping out in front of all those people…

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The summer's biggest acts: Damon AlbarnFind out where to catch the biggest and best of the festival season. The man who has previously headlined Glastonbury festival

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Nirvana and Stevie Nicks to Take Over 'Tonight Show'This year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction is set for Thursday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and Jimmy Fallon’s team over at The Tonight Show isn’t letting the occasion pass uncelebrated…

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Sky Ferreira Performs “I Blame Myself” On ‘The Tonight Show’: WatchSky Ferreira visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on April 4 to perform “I Blame Myself,” a highlight from her ’80s-inspired, lo-fi pop LP Night Time, My Time. Despite all that glittered and glowed on stage – her gold blazer, her silver socks, the lasers throughout – Ferreira was commanding enough to direct all attention to her lyrics, particularly a chorus that’s both defensive and defeated: “You think you know me so well / I just want you to realize I blame, I blame myself……

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Eminem and Spike Lee Shoot ‘Headlights’ Video in DetroitEminem’s next video will be a Spike Lee joint. Earlier this week, the hip-hop superstar teamed up with the iconic director to shoot a video for his next Marshall Mathers LP 2 single “Headlights” in his hometown of Detroit.He snapped an Instagram photo of him and Spike on set. “Spike came out to The D for the ‘Headlights’ video… Coming soon,” tweeted Em…

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Watch Sky Ferreira Play The Tonight Show With LasersSky Ferreira made her late night television debut on Late Night early last year, and last night she visited Jimmy Fallon’s new home at The Tonight Show a more self-assured and dynamic performer. Plus: lasers. She sang Night Time, My Time’s latest single “I Blame Myself” and in a backstage Q&A about the song reveals that it will soon get a music video, “something people wouldn’t really expect from me…

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Notoriously fascinating Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor will make his Austin City Limits debut tonight, performing tracks from the band’s latest Grammy-nominated album Hesitation Marks. As is customary with ACL performers, the frontman sat down for an interview, which you can view below. The 14-minute talk focuses on Reznor’s decision to reboot Nine Inch Nails after nearly six years…

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New Music: Wiz Khalifa – ‘Man of the Year (Remix)’Wiz Khalifa keeps on rollin’ with “Maan!,” his remix to ScHoolboy Q’s “Man of the Year,” which he dropped for his Taylors on Twitter. The kush connoisseur smokes and smokes some more “’cause real Gs smoke when they want” on the unapologetic stoners’ anthem…

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How four Swedes in spacesuits changed the course of pop, by Fraser Nelson    

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Foo Fighters pay tribute to Kurt Cobain

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Today marks the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death. Countless tributes to the Nirvana frontman have poured in, including one from Foo Fighters, which features former Nirvana members Dave Grohl and Pat Smear. On the band’s Facebook page, they posted a photo of Cobain along with a stream of The Beatles’ “In My Life”…

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They say (“they” as in Charles Caleb Colton) that imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. Although Nirvana was only a band for seven years, essentially ending twenty years ago today following Kurt Cobain’s suicide, their influence inspired a generation of youth just aching for a hero. Arcade Fire’s Win Butler recently stated it perfectly, when he said that the band’s breakout…

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