Elaine Stritch, Tart-Tongued Broadway Actress and Singer, Is Dead at 89 + MORE
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Blues legend B.B. King was in hospice care Friday at his home in Las Vegas, according to a longtime business associate with legal control over his affairs..... More »
Since the RIAA began counting streaming numbers towards album certification, everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Coldplay has bagged themselves a platinum plaque — even if K. Dot’s bosses aren’t hanging it on the wall, so to speak. However, the biggest success since the rule change is.... More »
Tame Impala have recorded a Deezer Session video for “Let It Happen” that was filmed in Paris.
The Australian band’s new vid features a barefooted Kevin Parker (and his bandmates) performing at Le Geode (in the French capital) in front of a giant mirror ball-esque monument.
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Rio de Janeiro-based producer Gabriel Cyr will release his first effort as Teleseen on July 22. The EP, dubbed Anamorph, fuses together diverse musical elements from ethiopian jazz, Afro-house, samba, and dub techno to assemble a shapeshifting mosaic of sound…
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Festival season is officially underway in Chicago. If you’re coming for Pitchfork or Lollapalooza, don’t miss out on what the rest of the city has to …
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Ms. Stritch became a living emblem of show business durability and perhaps the leading interpreter of Stephen Sondheim’s wryly acrid musings on aging.
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In celebration of his 27th birthday, R&B crooner Jeremih has let loose No More, his new collaborative EP with producer Shlohmo. The six-track collection features previously released songs, “Bo Peep (Do U Right)” and the title track, as well as a collaboration with Chance The Rapper called “The End”…
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There is one way to ensure the music of the summer reverberates into the fall and beyond. It is by discovering the song of the soul. The No. 1 hit will not be found on Billboard’s charts or iTunes but inside of you and is waiting to be sung. It is music that will last forever.
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Just in case there was any confusion, Lana Del Rey is “The Saddest, Baddest Diva in Rock.” Thus proclaims the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone, shot by photographer Theo Wenner, which depicts the “Shades Of Cool” singer snuggling up to a kitty cat in bed.
Even lying down, the 28-year-old singer’s hair is somehow still teased up to a Priscilla Presley-level bouffant because what even is gravity…
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Adelaide singer-songwriter Sia has scored her first #1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Her sixth studio LP 1000 Forms of Fear debuted at #1 on the ARIA chart on Saturday and last night entered the US chart in the peak position, her first #1 album on both charts.
According to Neilsen SoundScan, 1000 Forms of Fear sold 52,000 copies in its first week…
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Ultramantis Black is a pro wrestler and, for more than a decade, a standout in the great Pennsylania-based wrestling indie Chikara Pro. More recently, he’s become a recording artist, one who just released an EP of frantic blitzkrieg hardcore (with members of Pissed Jeans backing him up) on the metal giant Relapse…
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This one time I stumbled on to some Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta and oh, my God, what was that? I remember a fiery exchange and then, before I could tune out, there were fists and hair extensions in the air and everyone ultra pissed and I was hooked. At least for the rest of the hour. It was all just too brilliant and my chest ached because of it…
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