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Bowie to release 'bonkers' new album, 'Blackstar': report + MORE

Well into his "Golden Years," David Bowie refuses to quit. .... More »

Jack DeJohnette, Made in Chicago, album review: 'rewarding' + MORE

Jack DeJohnette teams up with classy jazz musicians and the range of expression these five players draw from their instruments is astonishing.... More »
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Eddie Vedder and Chris Martin team up for surprise set at Global Citizen Festival — watch + MORE

Two of rock’s preeminent frontman joined forces today for a surprise set at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City. Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and Coldplay’s Chris Martin shared the stage for a brief three-song set that included Pearl Jam’s “Nothingman”, Crowded House’s “Do.... More »

For country singer Sam Hunt, onstage growing pains + MORE

Sam Hunt isn’t prepared for the level of fame he’s achieved. The breakout country star and blatant borrower of urban-contemporary flourishes admitted as much to the fans who packed the Fillmore Silver Spring on Saturday.Read full article >>.... More »

Zayn Malik Throws Some Little Mix Shade + MORE

Sometimes breakups can be a clean cut, but when your life is followed this closely by the media, the fallout can seem like it lasts forever. And the recent shade that Zayn Malik threw at ex-fiance Perrie Edwards on Sunday is dragging it out even longer. It was a subtle move, but the former One D.... More »
Stream: Flying Lotus’ new album You’re Dead!Super-producer Flying Lotus will release his fifth studio album, You’re Dead!, on October 7th via Warp Records. In anticipation, the album is streaming in full for the next 24 hours. It’s accompanied by a short film titled Psychedelic Death Trip by Xavier Magot. Watch below.
The follow-up to 2012’s Until the Quiet Comes spans 19 tracks and includes collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Herbie Hancock, ex-Dirty Projectors member Angel Deradoorian, Snoop Dogg, and Thundercat…

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New Video: Keyshia Cole Feat. Future “Love Letter”
Keyshia Cole and Future close out a busy Friday with double the action. Earlier, the R&B songstress released the song-video for “N.L.U.” featuring 2 Chainz, while the Atlanta rapper debuted the video for “Monster.” The two end the day off by coming together on the song “Love Letter,” a collaboration off Cole’s upcoming Point of No Return LP…

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Black Sabbath is up for one more album and one more tour.

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Making a living as a touring musician sounds like a pretty sweet deal. In fact, the general consensus is that it’s the only way to make a living as a musician these days. But just how much of a…

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Jazz Listings for Oct. 3-9

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A selected, critical guide to performances in New York City.

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You've Got 24 Hours to Listen to Flying Lotus' New RecordFlying Lotus’ new album, You’re Dead, is alive! FlyLo’s fifth album is <a href="http://flying-lotus…

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The singer’s Dressed to Kill tour will now last until February 2015.


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Flying Lotus ponders life after death, fusion, expansiveness, sonic collaborations and Queen epiphanies. His new album is out Tuesday.Flying Lotus ponders life after death, fusion, expansiveness, sonic collaborations and Queen epiphanies. His new album is out Tuesday.

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Finding fresh feet: Robert Plant, Augie March, U2How does an artist confront their legacy? The three albums here all address that question in some sense. But is there really such a thing as a legacy? And if there is, does it exist only in retrospect, as a marker in the “golden” past against which artists are measured and, almost by definition, found wanting?

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Counterbalance: The Flaming Lips' 'The Soft Bulletin' (Sound Affects)And though they were sad, the 137th most acclaimed album of all time rescued everyone. They lifted up the sun. A spoonful weighs a ton. A 1999 neo-psychedelic masterpiece is this week’s Counterbalance.

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It has been ten years since singer Melissa Etheridge battled breast cancer and survived. With the release of her 12th album coinciding with Breast Cancer Awareness month, the 53-year-old is opening up about staying healthy and beating the disease.

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American Folk Blues Festival ’64 review: The epitome of Folk BluesORIGINALLY recorded 50 years ago and later released on L+R Records, it’s hard to believe the age of these recordings as they sound as fresh, new and exciting as they did all those years ago.

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If you’re only going to follow one pop star on Instagram, the obvious choice is Miley Cyrus. Her Instagram is a veritable haven of art projects that turn into art installations, new tour costumes and installations, childhood pictures of herself photoshopped into memes, and so so so much more…

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