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Ne-Yo Talks Crowd-Sourced Concept Album: 'This Is Me and My Fans' First Collaborative Effort -- and Not the Last' + MORE

For his sixth studio album, Non-Fiction (Motown, Jan. 27), Ne-Yo took a different approach. Instead of looking inward for the 19-track set, the 32-....... More »
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Madonna releases six songs from new album after 'Rebel Heart' leak + MORE

Madonna has released six songs from her new album months ahead of schedule after tracks were leaked in what she called “artistic rape” and a “form of terrorism”..... More »
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Glenn Cornick, Original Bassist in Jethro Tull, Dies at 67 + MORE

Mr. Cornick was a founding member of a British band that began with a blues sound and expanded steadily in scope..... More »
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Korean Official Commits Suicide After K-Pop Concert Disaster + MORE

Just a day after a grate collapse at a concert by K-Pop band 4Minute killed 16 fans in attendance, the government official in charge of the event's safety has been reported dead of an apparent suicide....... More »
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Don't Panic! Taylor Swift Is NOT Dating Hozier + MORE

The pair are apparently "just friends" after they were seen hanging out at the Grammy Awards on Sunday....... More »
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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic takes on bad grammar in ‘Blurred Lines’ parodyWho knew that a “Weird Al” Yankovic song could be educational? “Word Crimes,” the music satirist’s single from his new album “Mandatory Fun,” is a send-up of common grammatical errors, set to Robin Thicke’s 2013 hit song “Blurred Lines.”

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Also on tap: Joshua Redman; the Preservation Hall Jazz Band with Allen Toussaint; and Ravi Coltrane, Joe Lovano and Steve Coleman paying tribute to John Coltrane’s ‘A Love Supreme.’

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Roadkill Ghost Choir make undeniable arena-ready rock ‘n’ roll. On their new single “Slow Knife”, the Florida-based outfit sounds like what would happen if Parachutes-era Coldplay were more inspired by Tom Petty and The Band rather than Radiohead and Travis. There’s still the Chris Martin-inspired atmospherics, but the guitars are more twangy than spacey, with frontman Andrew Shepard’s drawl slowly seeping in the textured arrangements…

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Watch: 20 Years Later, Nas Drops Video For 'Illmatic's 'Represent'

Nas continues to celebrate a double decade of Illmatic with a spanking-new video for track nine, “Represent.”

The video, shot at the YouTube Space Los Angeles, finds Nas plopped down on a couch, puffing from a cigar and watching black-and-white footage of his own old videos (“Nas Is Like,” “One Mic”) and the 1924 silent flick The Thief of Bagdad, the soundtrack from which DJ Premier sampled for the classic record…

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New Music: Adrian Marcel f/ K Camp & Problem – ‘2AM (Remix)’It’s “2AM” somewhere, and time for the remix. Adrian Marcel calls on “Cut Her Off” hitmaker K Camp and Compton’s own Problem for the remix to his hit, which originally featured Sage the Gemini.The Oakland-bred singer, who is the protégé of Raphael Saadiq, released his mixtape 7 Days of Weak last year and is working on his Universal Republic debut.

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Some familiar faces join Jack Antonoff and Bleachers to celebrate the release of their new album Strange Desire, via this “Telethon” dubbed “Thank You Very Much.”

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Because the pop-punk gods have willed it, new details have emerged regarding blink-182′slong-awaited seventh studio album. Take off your pants, and rejoice.
On July 14, guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge posted a teenage throwback photo of all three band members on his personal Instagram account…

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Peace, Music and the All-Too-Familiar MudThe Hudson Project, held at the farm that was supposed to host Woodstock, ended its three-day run with a torrential rainstorm that stranded hundreds in their cars, some for many hours.

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Latin American music formed a strong thread at this gig by three jazz virtuosos, who also form the rhythm section of Wayne Shorter’s quartet

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Dexters to release new single 'Cloudfest'Dexters are set to release new single ‘Cloudfest’ on September 1st via Acid Jazz Records backed with live favourite ‘These Scenes’ as the B-side.

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Conor Oberst Rape Allegations Revealed To Be Total BullshitEsteemed singer-songwriter Conor Oberst has been submitted to some pretty nasty media scrutiny and online accusations since he was made the subject of a rape allegation late last year, but now his accuser has issued a public statement retracting her accusations, saying the whole thing is nothing but BS…

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