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Global Yodel: A Guide to Brooklyn With Ra Ra Riot + MORE

Global Yodel sat down with singer Wes Miles to chat about finding inspiration in Brooklyn, and why touring through Asia is always a good time. Read more: Music, Ra Ra Riot, Caveman, Brooklyn, Williamsburg, Travel News.... More »
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Remembering Bill Paxton's 1980s New Wave Band Martini Ranch + MORE

Before becoming a household name for his acting roles in movies like Aliens, Titanic, and Twister, Bill Paxton was also a member of 1980s New Wave....... More »
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Justin Bieber Makes A Return To Instagram And Suddenly Life Is Good Again + MORE

The singer quit Instagram in August 2016 but is back to promote his Super Bowl advert..... More »
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Kenny Rogers Talks Phish Collaboration at Bonnaroo + MORE

In a new interview with the Asbury Park Press, Kenny Rogers discusses, among other things, his sit-in with Phish at Bonnaroo in 2012 when he joined the band during their headlining set for a take on his 1978 classic, "The Gambler." "It was so much fun, they were so receptive," he said.&nbs.... More »
Somewhere in-between all those Tim Tebow commercials and the Seahawks breaking the spirit of the entire Denver Metropolitan Area, Bruno Mars put on a halftime show for the ages during Super Bowl XLVIII … specifically females, aged 12-24 (the Red Hot Chili Peppers were on hand to appeal to males 18-34)…

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The song is thought to be the first cut to be taken from the star’s new LP with his group, 3rdEyeGirl…

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How That One Song helps you discover definitive tracksThe developers behind This Is My Jam have built a site that helps music fans find the one song that best defines each new band. By Alex HernAlex Hern

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Pixies Tiny Desk Concert

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February 3, 2014 This three-song set features a 2014 tune called "Greens and Blues," a song yet to make it onto a Pixies release called "Silver Snail," and 1989's …

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Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 96
With Bottom Feeders we take a look at the songs on the Billboard Hot 100 that only got a little love. It’s an A-Z look at songs that charted no higher than #41 in the decade. Take a listen, enjoy and comment. And don’t forget, information on the top 40, airplay and bubbling under charts are on pages 2-3…

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Transition periods for artists vary greatly, depending in some part on the proximity of the “new” and “old” sounds an artist contributes to each record. London four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club play things a little too close to the rulebook: elements of their previous work (see Flaws and A Different Kind of Fix) flow very well with their new release, So Long, See You Tomorrow, but a repressed, uninspired, deceptive sensation tingles throughout…

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The Growl Bassist Viciously Assaulted After Laneway, Donation Campaign LaunchedA member of Aussie rockers The Growl was viciously attacked over the weekend, leading the band to put together a fundraising campaign to help foot the costs of medical attention for his injuries. Frontman Cameron Avery (who is also a member of Tame Impala) explains that The Growl’s bass player, Marc Earley, was “the victim of […]

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Didn’t Even Plug In Their Guitars For The Super BowlThe Super Bowl Halftime Show is a marvel of swift, mechanistic spectacle-creation. Think of the logistics involved: Both teams leave the field, and then a state-of-the-art stage, complete with crazy light displays, is immediately assembled as thousands of onlookers take the field. And all this happens without in any way damaging the valuable playing surface…

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Many R&B singers have recorded music about their divorces, and every R&B musician has mined his or her love life for material. That includes singer Toni Braxton and producer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. Read full article >>    

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Franz Ferdinand Boss Takes Back Implication Pharrell Ripped Him OffFranz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos has backtracked on his implication that Pharrell Williams pinched the riff from “Take Me Out” for Paloma Faith’s recent single “Can’t Rely on You…

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Arctic Monkeys to headline Reading and Leeds Festival
It has been confirmed that Arctic Monkeys will headline the 2014 Reading and Leeds Festival.
Speaking to NME, drummer Matt Helders said: “We’ve got a lot of history with the festival. It’s the first festival I ever went to – we all went together as kids, with Nick [O’Malley] as well. We were 15 or 16 and it was a big deal going to a festival like that on your own”…

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Chris Brown should stay in rehab, not jail, says judgeA Los Angeles judge turned down a prosecutor’s request Monday to send R&B singer Chris Brown to jail, citing his progress in a live-in rehabilitation program and continued good behavior.

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