The Rolling Stones announce five more Australian shows (and an Auckland one) + MORE Dec 4th
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Ray Price, a running buddy of Hank Williams Sr. who went on to become one of the finest pure voices in country music over the next 60 years, died Monday under home hospice care in Texas. He was 87 and had announced last year he was suffering from pancreatic cancer. He continued performing until the .... More »
With the current comeback of the vinyl format, fans of T.Rex are in for a treat this Christmas with the Demon Music release on 15 December 2014 of T.REX – THE VINYL COLLECTION, an 8 album box set..... More »
The Australian Victoria Secret model uploaded the racy snap saying 'Woke up in good spirits goodmorning,' as she attempts to put the ugly brawl of earlier in the week behind her..... More »
Heavy alternative artist Brody Dalle has announced her debut UK tour as a solo artist, which includes dates in Manchester and London.
With her debut solo album Diploid Love set to be released on April 28th, Brody has checked the next thing on her list by announcing this tour.
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Scottish sad-rockers Frightened Rabbit put out their new Aaron Dessner-produced album Painting Of A Panic Attack earlier this month. Today, they stopped by SiriusXM to play a live in-studio session, during which they covered Bruce Springsteen's "Streets Of Philadelphia" with all of the world-weary m.... More »
Lorde escapes the bustling city life, for more calmer surroundings in her new video “Team.” Capturing our ears this year with her breakout song “Royals,” the 17-year-old New Zealander escapes to a different world, where teens move among themselves in a place where acceptance is not based on criteria those have become accustomed to in regular society…
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DJ Earworm has done it again. For the past few years, this audio-visual genius has expertly collaged together a definitive musical mashup of the preceding 12 months’ biggest hits, weaving them together in ways that seem both utterly impossible and also totally oh-right-of-course-it-all-sounds-kinda-alike…
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REMEMBER Friday? Rebecca Black’s cringe-worthy music video from 2011 that everyone is still trying to forget? The singer sat down to relive the song and got a taste of her own medicine.
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Everyone knows Police and Thieves, but there was more to Junior Murvin than that one song. Here’s the proofWhen Junior Murvin died on 2 December, from complications related to diabetes and high blood pressure, it was more like a song had died: Police and Thieves. Early obituaries talked about that and absolutely nothing else, as if that tune sunmmarised the singer’s entire 40-year career…
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Well, we figured they wouldn’t fly half the world away just to play in Adelaide, and this morning The Rolling Stones added another six dates to the Australasian leg of their tour, hitting Perth, Melbourne*, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Victoria’s Hanging Rock.
The tour is dubbed 14 ON FIRE, being billed as a string of ‘One Night Only’ shows – so obviously tickets will be snapped up quickly on December 16 when they go on sale, with a pre-sale from next Monday…
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Earlier today we named Kanye West’s Yeezus our favorite album of 2013, and now we’ve got some news about his followup album (i.e., the one he’s compared to Born In The U.S.A.).Read More…
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When you think Pharrell Williams, you don’t automatically think rapper — but the Neptunes producer got his start penning rhymes for Teddy Riley and topped charts rapping with Snoop Dogg. On his upcoming solo album, there will be none of that.
Pharrell has confirmed that he is working on a new project, but it looks like the LP will sound more like “Get Lucky” and “Blurred Lines” and a lot less like “Drop it Like It’s Hot…
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Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead became a ‘celebration’ of ex-PM’s death and Radio 1 was right not to play it in full, says trustThe BBC Trust has rejected a complaint about Radio 1’s decision to cut down Ding Dong! The Witch is Dead, which hit number 2 in the charts following the death of Margaret Thatcher, describing it as an inappropriate “celebration of death”…
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