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While Neil Young was shilling Pono at this week’s International Consumer Electronics Show, he talked a little bit about his next album in an interview with Rolling Stone. He’s recording it with Willie Nelson’s sons and joked that it would be called The Monsanto Years after the agri.... More »
It feels like just yesterday we were gazing at Katy Perry’s Billboard cover, excited for the spread that was to come. JK, that was yesterday, but new day, new photos and video for us to look at until the big performance on Sunday.
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Billy Bragg is calling out Taylor Swift for "selling her soul to Google."
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In honor of his 47-city “These Days…” tour, Ab-Soul drops his “47 Bars” freestyle for your weekend listening pleasure. Over The Alchemist-produced beat, the L.A. rapper calls out the dudes wearing dresses (“It do cost a lot to live this here lifestyle”), hi.... More »
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Arcade Fire are currently setting Australian roads ablaze as part of their Reflektor world tour. Between dusty deep cuts and tour debuts, Win Butler & Co. certainly seem to be embracing their status as arena-rock majesty. Case in point: At tonight’s gig in Melbourne, the outfit prefaced “Here Comes the Night Time” with a blitzkrieg take on INXS’ sultry cut, “Devil Inside”…
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In New York, we went to interview Erica Ford in Jamaica, Queens, where for 340 days she and her team, I Love My LIFE, had stopped violence — not a single shot, not a single murder happened.
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The new benefit album BOATS raises money for low-caste children in India, and every artist on it uses samples from the Light Of Love Children’s Choir. We’ve already posted the tracks from Four Tet, YACHT, Bear In Heaven, and Keepaway, and today, we get to hear the punningly titled “Upside Dawn,” the first new song in a while from the spacey, cosmopolitan, generally awesome New York band Gang Gang Dance…
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The Brighton event has added 100 names to its festival bill, including Ella Eyre, Jungle, Chlöe Howl and Charli XCX• Kelis signs with UK indie label Ninja Tune – and it suits her100 new names have been added to this year’s Great Escape line-up, including Kelis, Jungle and The Fat White Family. The R&B singer, who recently signed to Ninja Tune for new album Food, will headline the Saturday night of the festival at the Brighton Dome…
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Singer Justin Bieber’s mother Pattie Mallette says that she prays everyday for her son, who is allegedly addicted to drugs. Mallette believes that many people enter the industry with the right values, and they get influenced later, reports contactmusic.com. “I think so many people go into the entertainment industry with amazing Christian roots and they go in with the right morals and they get …
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After topping charts around the world as the uncredited voice of Avicii‘s mega-selling dance anthem “Wake Me Up”, it’s only just that Aloe Blacc now has a smash hit of his own. “The Man”, an irresistible interpolation of Elton John‘s “Your Song”, has exploded since being featured in a Beats by Dr…
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