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Susan Sacirbey: When Music Is Like "Sex on the Beach" + MORE

A variety of ingredients, all stirred-up with the beach as the backdrop and intoxicating -- that was the music scene in New Jersey this past summer, almost over but maybe a few more warm breezes of sound before the end of the year. Read more: Music, Asbury Park, Stone Pony, Jersey Shore.... More »
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Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ Trailer: Which Familiar Faces Check In? + MORE Oct 18th

Writer/director Wes Anderson found himself with an indie hit on his hands last summer with "Moonrise Kingdom," an irresistible story of young love that took the filmmaker’s colorful and balanced visual style to new heights. Luckily for Anderson’s fans, he hasn’t wasted.... More »
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Reggie Watts Name Checks 600 Aussie Towns In Hilarious New Rap + MORE

It’s been said before, but Reggie Watts is a man of many talents. In addition to being a comedian, actor, musician, and beatboxer, he’s also the leader of the house band on The Late Late Show With James Corden. The afro’d polymath now has another string to add to his bow, however. .... More »
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New Music: 50 Cent Feat. ScHoolboy Q “Flip on You” + MORE

50 Cent’s fifth solo album, and first since departing Interscope Records, Animal Ambition hits stores in five days. The one collaboration many fans were eagerly awaiting was “Flip on You,” featuring TDE’s own ScHoolboy Q. Originally intended for the L.A. rapper’s Oxymo.... More »
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Hendrix’s final interview animated + MORE

Jimi Hendrix’s final interview before his death has been turned into an animation. The interview, conducted by Keith Altham, took place in London on September 11, 1970, he died just a week later on September 18. In the recording, Hendrix discusses songwriting, politics and the state of music. The.... More »
Reimagining The Beatles, Elton John and Billy Ocean on this week’s Anti-Hit ListPlus: Silverkeys has the happiest song of the week. Or is it merely the happiest sounding song?

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Hot Seat: Paul Carey, The Music Management

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The career path of an artist manager can sometimes be as rock ‘n’ roll as the story behind the artist. British exec Paul Carey cut his teeth as a publicist to the stars, before taking a different journey toward artist management. At London-based LD Publicity and later the Outside Organization, Carey worked with some of the giants of British music — David Bowie, Elton John and The Who…

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From NH7, one of our team of experts bringing you the best new music from around the world: Cutting edge electronica with an organic feel from this New Delhi-based producerWatch on YouTubeSome of the sexiest night-time grooves this side of the fence are being produced up in New Delhi by Nikhil Kaul aka Frame/Frame…

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Music Review: Michele Rosewoman’s Latin Jazz at Dizzy’s Club Coca-ColaMichele Rosewoman’s set at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola promoted her new album with New Yor-Uba.    

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The ‘Blurred Lines’ singer said his first thought was, ‘Let’s make them talk.’    

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Thom Yorke compares Spotify to a “fart of a dying corpse”Thom Yorke has slammed Spotify, labelling the streaming service as “the last desperate fart of a dying corpse”.
The Radiohead frontman removed Atoms For Peace material from the music website earlier this year, claiming the company for not paying artists enough, but has hit out at them again, comparing them rather unfavourably to flatulence from a soon-to-be deceased body…

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Lauryn Hill released from jail

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Singer Lauryn Hill has been released from jail and will spend the next three months under house arrest.

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Review: Cam'ron Returns To Form With 'Ghetto Heaven, Vol. 1'Cam’ron is still one of hip-hop’s quirkiest lyricists
Cameron Giles might not be hailed as one of the best rappers doing it right now, but he’s still one of the most popular. More than a decade after Diplomatic Immunity dropped and forever changed New York’s hip-hop landscape in terms of beats, slang, and the color pink, Cam’ron’s significance to the national rap scene has barely budged, even if it does tend to piggyback on his past…

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Britpop Was A Government Conspiracy Claims My Bloody Valentine FrontmanMaybe the years of dangerously excessive volumes have finally gone to his head, but Kevin Shields has got an interesting theory on the glory days of British music in the 90s. Following on from the The My Bloody Valentine frontman claiming his influential shoegaze band were banned from the UK’s coveted Mercury Prize for being […]

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Lauryn Hill marks her release from prison with a blistering new single. For the past three months Lauryn Hill has been behind bars for tax evasion. Hill chose to mark her release on Friday with a new single, “Consumerism.”

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Gary Barlow – Let Me Go: New music

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Gary Barlow – Let Me Go: New musicBarlow’s back with a solo track. But it sounds more like a Mumford mimick than a mature next moveReading on mobile? Click here to watch The last time Gary Barlow released a solo album was back in 1999 (last year’s Sing was basically a glorified compilation EP so doesn’t count). Peaking at Number 35 in the UK, Twelve Months, Eleven Days’ lack of success was brought into sharper focus by the vertiginous rise of his former bandmate Robbie Williams…

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The 20th anniversary reissue of Nirvana’s final album reminds us of the angst, torment and claustrophobia of being a phenomenally successful rock star

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Yes, there are some critics who wish Miley Cyrus would quit all the twerking and the foam finger play, but Nelly isn’t one of them. Actually, the veteran hitmaker is rooting for the controversial pop star.
“I’m excited to see somebody throw some stuff right back in a lot of people’s face,” Nelly said when he sat with MTV News correspondent Sway Calloway on “RapFix Live” on Wednesday…

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