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Teleman reveal T In The Park goosebumps + MORE

Dillon Squire (vocals, guitar): “This is our first year playing T in the Park. We found out we had a gig on the T Break Stage about six months ago.... More »

Beck, The Pixies, My Morning Jacket to Headline Boston Calling + MORE

Beck, the Pixies and My Morning Jacket have been tapped to anchor the bi-annual music festival Boston Calling, taking place Memorial Day weekend, May 22, 23 and 24. This is the fifth edition of the f...... More »

Stream: Spirit Animal’s explosive World War IV EP + MORE

We haven’t even gotten to World War III yet, and funk-punk-metal-whatever quartet Spirit Animal are already looking forward to the next one. The Brooklyn band’s new EP is entitled World War IV, but it feels a hell of a lot more like a house party than an international crisis. “World War IV is .... More »

Sam Smith: How A Brit Ruled Soul Music (Again) + MORE

Sam Smith will own the Grammys. Quote us. The blue-eyed singer is 2014’s soul controller. Deal with it. While resting in his Cambridge hometown, UK’s latest import gets real on the annoying fame monster, being gay and those constant Adele comparisons. Photography: Alberto Oviedo He begged us .... More »
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Dig Me Out Turns 20 + 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 »
Jhene Aiko Debuts Otherworldly ‘Souled Out’ Album ArtworkAfter dropping her Cocaine 80s-assisted Souled Out lead single “To Love & Die,” as well as her stress-inspired “Pressure,” smooth soulstress Jhene Aiko’s just revealed the gorgeous cover art for her upcoming debut LP.
Like her Sail Out EP cover, the songstress finds herself at sea…

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Whoa! Katy Perry 'Dark Horse' song soothes fussy babyNeed to comfort a wailing baby? Just put on Katy Perry’s 2013 song “Dark Horse.” The tune worked as a mood-enhancer for one little girl, and the resulting viral video posted on Monday was closing in on 1 million views by Tuesday.

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Jhené Aiko Reveals ‘Souled Out’ Album Cover, Announces Release Date
Jhené Aiko’s long-awaited debut album Souled Out is finally coming this year. Arriving via Artclub/ARTium/Def Jam Recordings, the R&B singer’s LP is set to hit stores on September 9. It’s lead by the singles “The Pressure,” and “To Live & Die” featuring Cocaine 80s…

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Future Islands' 'Doves' Gets Dance-ified by Depeche Mode's Vince ClarkeErasure frontman and former Depeche Mode member Vince Clarke has taken Future Islands’ “Doves” and turned it into a strangely poppy four-on-the-floor banger. This remix from the synth-pop giant (see also Erarue, Yazoo, <a href="http://www…

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Betty Who was tucked away on a side stage during Lollapalooza’s final day, but to the fans singing her hit single “Somebody Who Loves You,” it was the…
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Playing amazing love songs in matching mod suits and edgy adorable haircuts, the Beatles were custom made for a 12-year-old girl to crush out on.
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'They Want My Soul': Music review

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'They Want My Soul': Music reviewEvery sound jabs you on the new Spoon album. Bass lines poke, guitar riffs jostle, drums nudge. Even the vocals blurt.

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The Modern Sky Festival, established in Beijing in 2007, will offer two days of concerts in Central Park in October.

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Jarvis Cocker says Pulp always knew they would be famous
Jarvis Cocker has modestly admitted that he had always thought that he’d be famous.
The frontman didn’t initially find success with the band, having to wait 15 years after they had formed to hit the big time, but Cocker has insisted that they all knew deep down that they were destined for stardom…

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Lil' Kim takes the crown off Nicki Minaj's Flawless verseHip-hop royalty dukes it out again as the self-crowned queens of rap release duelling remixes of Beyoncés FlawlessGiven the long-standing hostility between rappers Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj, perhaps it was only a matter of time before Kim hijacked Beyoncé and Nicki Minajs Flawless remix. In fact, it took less than 24 hours…

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This double-bill featuring London-based Rahman and French-American Terrasson showed how the jazz piano trio forges new musical relationships

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The 5 Reasons You Can’t Miss Kasabian’s Australian TourIn case you had somehow missed it, English alt-rock mainstays Kasabian have made their triumphant return to Aussie shores for a national tour that won’t soon be forgotten. The four-piece dropped their fifth LP, titled 48:13, at the beginning of June this year which witnessed the band once again stretch their creative boundaries, exploring the realms of dance beats, […]

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Watch Perfume Genius Play New Songs “I Decline” & “My Body” At OFF FestivalPerfume Genius was on the lineup for Poland’s OFF Festival last weekend and played two new songs from his upcoming album Too Bright. He started the show off with album opener “I Decline,” which is a true-to-form contemplative piano ballad, and later played “My Body,” which is a much noisier and experimental track…

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