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Robin Thicke continues his mission to reclaim his love. After premiering the video for “Get Her Back,” the remorseful crooner pens yet another song dedicated to his estranged wife Paula Patton. On the soulful “Lock the Door,” he sings about a woman who was betrayed by love..... More »
On Dig Me Out -- their third album, the one that turns 20 tomorrow -- Sleater-Kinney said a whole lot. On "One More Hour," staring down the very last seconds of a relationship and trying to savor them: "Don't say another word about the other girl." On "Jenny," surveying the wreckage of what's been d.... More »
As if the battle for streaming supremacy wasn't enough of mess, a $150 million class action lawsuit against Spotify may complicate things even more. More »
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D'Angelo's follow-up to his 2000 soul classic Voodoo has become an almost mythical record at this point, but after last week's news that we'll be hearing it at some point, he's shared the record's first single....... More »
After dropping “Memes” and her “Panda (Remix)” within the last few weeks, Lil Mama has released her latest, a take on Rihanna and Drake’s “Work.”
Over the Boi-1da-produced track, the Brooklyn spitter tries to add her own twist to RiRi’s No. 1 single. A.... More »
A viral music video that’s now been viewed by just under the equivalent of a third of the world’s population has just cracked an historic digital milestone. ‘Gangnam Style’, the breakout single from K-Pop star Psy, has become the first video on YouTube to crack over 2 billion views, just under two years after the horse-themed […]
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Time has a way of creeping up on us. Miranda Lambert knows this well. She’s 30, which these days – especially in country music, where many a Nashville icon has churned out a meaningful album long after grandkids started arriving – is hardly the definition of old…
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No other festival has as many stages, as many incredible culinary offerings, or as many evening and late shows that can take music fans all the way until the break of dawn.
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A lengthy statement on musician’s official website aims to clear up ‘a lot of the negativity surrounding things Ive said or written’ Read the Observer’s full interview with Jack WhiteJack White has published a lengthy apology to the Black Keys, Danger Mouse, Adele, Meg White and "anyone I’ve offended with my comments about my creativity, their creativity, and the music business in general"…
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Jack White has apologised to The Black Keys for comments he had previously made to the press about them.
The singer-songwriter had accused the rockers of copying the musical style of his former band The White Stripes – but has posted a letter on his official website that expresses regret for these comments, as well as seemingly offering an olive branch to Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney…
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Warner Music Australia has responded to rumours surrounding Kylie Minogue’s deal in the UK, clarifying that it has a separate and ongoing relationship with the artist.
UK tabloid newspaper The Sun ran a story some 15 hours ago (also picked up by SMH) quoting an unnamed source who claimed that Kylie has ditched local label Warner/Parlophone after the supposed ‘flop’ of her most recent album…
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