Pink And Dallas Green (You + Me) Take A Lo-Fi Approach To Their Pastoral “Break The Cycle” Video: Watch + MORE

 

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Charlotte Crosby Twerks Upside Down In New Video And She's Mint At It! + MORE

The Geordie Shore lass shows off her moves during a tour of her crib....... More »
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The real reason Bono wears sunglasses all the time + MORE

Bono has really tried to endear himself to people this week: First, apologizing for the whole “U2 album suddenly showing up in your iTunes library” thing. Now, he’s explaining that the reason he wears his signature sunglasses all the time is not because he’s an aloof rock star — but becaus.... More »
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Chris Cornell Says Studio Owner Has No Rights to Temple of the Dog Masters + MORE

Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell said Tuesday that the co-founder of a famed Seattle recording studio has no legitimate claim to own the master....... 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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Spice Girls reunion tour in crisis + MORE

THE Spice Girls’ 20-year reunion tour is in crisis because Mel C refuses to take part without Victoria Beckham..... More »

Beyonce proves baby bump was real

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BEYONCE has finally squashed rumours of her fake Blue Ivy pregnancy, releasing intimate footage showing her bare baby bump.

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The Legends We Were Meant to Be: An Interview with Sondre Lerche (Feature)Sondre Lerche dealt with a difficult divorce going into the sessions for his latest album, Please, but it’s the greatest thing he’s ever done, and tells us about the saxophone solo that may have changed his life (yes, it’s on the record).

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Pink And Dallas Green (You + Me) Take A Lo-Fi Approach To Their Pastoral “Break The Cycle” Video: Watch
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You + Me (Pink‘s side project with Dallas Green AKA City And Colour — it’s a little confusing) debuted heartstring-tugging folk ballad “Break The Cycle” yesterday (September 22) and immediately won us over with its powerful message and understated production…

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For years now, the folks at Rockabye Baby! have been repackaging some of our favorite rock songs from Radiohead, the Beatles, and Metallica into cutesy, instrumental lullabies for children. It’s no easy feat reimagining something as ferocious as “Enter Sandman” as sleep-time appropriate, but they’ve taken on the task rather brilliantly…

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Just back from the Monterey Jazz Festival, our jazz writer offers his take on the plethora of high-quality performances there. Here is his attempt to distinguish the excellent from the superb — 10 snapshots of the superb, among musicians at the 57th annual festival.

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This summer, we learned that Pink Floyd would be releasing its first album since 1994′s “The Division Bell,” and the band’s fans rightfully went a little bonkers. Well, some details have finally emerged about the new work, which is being released Nov. 10 on Columbia Records. Every song on “Endless River” is instrumental, with the exception of “Louder Than Words,” which features lyrics written by novelist and songwriter Polly Samson, who is married to guitarist David Gilmour…

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Elly Jackson, singer of English electro pop outfit La Roux, claims to have made no profit from almost eight million record sales. Jackson said that despite hit singles, like Bulletproof, and…

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Gerard Way Streams Debut Solo Album 'Hesitant Alien'It’s here! Gerard Way’s debut solo album Hesitant Alien can now be streamed in its entirety below.The ex-My Chemical Romance frontman’s long-awaited release drops September 30th via Warner Bros.

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Applications are open for the 2015 Indent Partnership Grants program, developed for young people to stage youth music events.
Funded by ArtsNSW, this grants fall under two categories: The Grass Roots Grant, aimed at entry-level events like band comps, open-mic and band nights, it’s set at a maximum of $2,500 and The Event Development Grants, available to those who successfully acquitted a Grass Roots Grant in 2014…

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Arab Idol as “an amazing ­experience”.The Japanese singer made waves across the region after stunning the judges at her Dubai audition with a dazzling rendition of the Fairuz …

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So U2, which used to push the boundaries with deep, powerful lyrics, and dark, moody, sonic landscapes, puts out this very not good record. Easily their worst, in fact. And as a publicity stunt to “get it out to as many people as possible,” they make the album available to everyone for free.
Read more: Ipod, U2, Itunes, Apple, Kim Kardashian, Sharon Osbourne, Music, Satire, Comedy, Comedy News

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There is a space where existential nuance and personal confession all exist in the rhythms of a dreamscape universe. This is the world of Pell, and with his recent album Floating While Dreaming, he transports us to a universe of varied influences manifested in ambient sounds and serious hip-hop grooves…

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CD Review: Brandon Schott, “Verdugo Park E.P.”Brandon Schott has never done a recording that hasn’t sounded good — be it power-pop or a pretty ballad — so there was no doubt or concern that his brand new E.P. Verdugo Park would sound equally pleasing. Comprised of three songs, the extended single acts as entre to a forthcoming full-length, but also nods to the era where pop music, rock, and pop culture became dominant forces and not just eccentric preoccupations…

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