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Two weeks after announcing their new album Kintsugi, Death Cab For Cutie shared the first single from it -- a somber, reflective indie rock song....... More »
WE’RE used to seeing an awful lot of Miley Cyrus’s body, but this is a new one. The pop star posted a very revealing pic online over the weekend. WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES.... More »
“In 2015, Taylor Swift created her squad. By the end of her tour, the entire world had joined,” a voice narrates in a trailer for The Squad, a....... More »
We caught up with Spencer West on the We Day red carpet in Toronto and asked him to share the deets on how he became an opener for miss Demi Lovato on her world tour. It turns out Spencer was lucky enough to host Demi on a Me To We trip in East Africa for her 21st birthday, ‘She was so in.... More »
After Brian Johnson was forced to stop touring due to health issues, AC/DC announced that Guns N' Roses' Axl Rose would be temporarily joining the band as their new singer. And tonight in Lisbon, Portugal, the GNR frontman performed his first show with AC/DC, singing hits like "Back In Black" and "T.... More »
The South Bay musician, who returned to jazz after a near-fatal injury, died suddenly March 2. A concert in his honor will be April 12 at Cafe Stritch in San Jose.
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Last summer, news surfaced of a mad Canadian dentist named Michael Zuk, who successfully purchased John Lennon’s rotten molar with plans to extract the DNA and use it to clone the Beatle legend. Fast forward 18 months and Michael Zuk is still at it. In an interview with UK’s Channel 4, he explained that he still intends to clone Lennon once the technology is far enough advanced…
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Singer Chris Brown’s modelling agency Legendary Faces has been threatened with legal action by model Stasiya Maria who alleged that the company is using her image without permission. The model said …
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In terms of status few bands top the Pixies. As John the Baptist to Nirvana’s Jesus Christ, the Boston quartet ruptured rock & roll in the late 1980s, offering up a derangement of the senses matched to razor-sharp arrangements. Frontman Black Francis sounded like he was channelling both sides of David Lynch’s Blue Velvet: Kyle MacLachlan’s innocent and Dennis Hopper’s sociopath.
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Was it Flea’s enthralling bass line in “Higher Ground”? Or the octave-shifting sounds of Anthony Kiedis’ yells in “Sir Psycho Sexy”? Or how about the masterful drumming by Chad Smith in “Can’t Stop”? Maybe John Frusciante’s screeching guitar chords in “Around the World”? We might never know which exact songs the agency used, but we do know this: The CIA used songs by <a href="http://www…
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It’s easy to lose oneself in the harmonious voices of electro-soul twosome Denitia and Sene. And it’s even easier to be mesmerized by the video for their newest single, “Divided…
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The Malian master singer and his band were on top form – though the acoustic tour that he has long promised has still to materialise
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A$AP Ferg continues his assault on recent popular rap cuts. Before hitting the Coachella stage this weekend, the Trap Lord remixes Future’s Honest single “Move That Dope.” Fergenstein delivers a rapid fast flow over Mike Will Made-It’s deafening production.
Listen to Ferg’s remix below, as A$AP Mob’s new album is due later this year…
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