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The most promising young rapper the city has produced in some time, A Boogie may have cracked the code at creating a new New York style..... More »
Drake is going “Back on Road” and this time, he’s bringing Young Thug along for the ride.
On Sunday (Jan. 1), Drizzy and Thugger cryptically announced that that they would be touring together on the 6 God’s forthcoming European run, “The Boy Meets World Tour.”
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Peter Gabriel hasn’t released new, original music since 2008′s “Down To Earth”, his Oscar-nominated theme song to WALL•E. However, during a concert in Turino, Italy this week, the Genesis frontman debuted a brand new song titled “What Lies Ahead”.
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Zedd breathed new life into MAGIC!‘s No. 1 hit “Rude” by remixing it during his August 1 Lollapaloooza set.
Essentially, the German producer transformed the reggae-leaning pop song into a rollercoaster of a dance anthem. He ditched the song’s original backbeat for chugging synths, fizzy melodies and whooshes necessary to make “Rude” feel like a momentous occasion – as it should have, given that his set was one of the night’s last…
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As a little preview of their upcoming stadium tour that starts in a week, Rihanna joined Eminem on stage during his headlining set at Lollapalooza. The frequent collaborators performed “Monster” and “Love The Way You Lie” and, more surprisingly, Rihanna provided vocals on Eminem’s “Stan” from 1999′s The Marshall Mathers LP…
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Rihanna and Eminem are set to go out on a co-headlining tour in less than a week, and the duo offered a little taste of what’s to come during the latter’s Friday night set at <a href="http://www.spin…
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All these years have passed since Tori Amos first landed on the scene with her "Little Earthquakes" album in 1992 and there's still no one handling a piano quite like this …
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Opening night at the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music in Santa Cruz was all that it should be: Three new works by three composers of vastly different temperaments and interests were performed at the city’s Civic Auditorium. Dylan Mattingly looked to the Middle Ages for inspiration, Andrew Norman to video games: Zoom! SMACK…
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Korn are seeking submissions from fans to help them make their latest music video for new single Hater. The single comes off the World Tour Edition of the band’s latest album, The Paradigm…
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For the last three decades, JJ’s Blues, an iconic San Jose dive bar, has illustrated heresy: You can create something important in Silicon Valley without making money.
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Drake’s 5th annual OVO Festival will be missing a big name on Monday. Chris Brown, who was set to make a surprise appearance alongside the Canadian superstar, will not make the trip up north due to issues with the Canadian government and getting across the border.
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TMZ reports the R&B singer and Drizzy were to make a reunion appearance on stage Monday night, where they were to debut their new collaboration…
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Chicago, IL — Anybody can hook a teddy bear to a giant pole and hoist it up in the air so their friends can find them at a big festival. But now that flower crowns are played out and some of us have finally gotten the message that Native American headdresses are not a cool… Read more »
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“This is a dance song,” Arcade Fire anchor Win Butler said Friday night as he introduced the single “We Exist” during the first of two nights at the Forum. He undersold it.
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Like Jack White, professional wedding band Arcade Fire have covered an absurd amount of songs during their world tour. Already we’ve seen the band tackle songs by The Smiths, R.E.M., Blondie, The Clash, Prince, and Creedence Clearwater Revival. During their show in Los Angeles on Friday night, they preceded their performance of “Here Comes the Night Time” with a mash-up of Jane’s Addiction’s “Been Caught Stealing” and Guns N’ Roses’ “Welcome to the Jungle”…
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