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Love Letter To A Record: The Jungle Giants’ Sam Hales On How A Bon Iver Album Changed His Life + MORE

Sam Hales of The Jungle Giants shares how Bon Iver's 'For Emma, Forever Ago' changed his "chubby little 15-year-old ginger head" life. The post Love Letter To A Record: The Jungle Giants’ Sam Hales... Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
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Between The Beats: Erol Alkan + MORE

To celebrate the release of his FABRICLIVE album, Erol Alkan invites MTV into his Phantasy studios in our first episode of Between The Beats.... More »
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Aaron Knight Keeps It Lit On His New Single “Roll It” + MORE

Bust out your choice of wrap and prep your lighters for Aaron Knight's new single "Roll It.".... More »
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Madonna’s Cameo-Stuffed New Music Video Is Here, But Not Everyone Is Impressed + MORE

Madonna has just unleashed her new music video for the self-congratulatory single, Bitch, I’m Madonna, which features cameos by just about every big-name celeb who wasn’t already in... Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
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Listen: Foo Fighters Talk Prince, Almost Recording with David Bowie and More on Howard Stern + MORE

As the Foo Fighters landed in New York to promote their final episode of Sonic Highways, the band took some time to visit Howard Stern for an hour and talk about all of the things they wouldn't talk about on Ellen or any other show. Among the topics discussed were the band's impression of Prince's t.... More »
Lana Del Rey Covers ‘Rolling Stone,’ Talks ‘SNL’ Performance And ‘The Guardian’ CommentsLana Del Rey covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone, on stands July 18. Shot by Theo Warner, who also snapped Miley Cyrus last year, the Ultraviolence diva stares straight ahead while laying in bed and holding a grey cat close underneath the covers, appearing (almost) as a self-described homebody.
Based on snippets from her cover story, Del Rey may be fine with that…

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Metal Gods: The 15 Best Judas Priest Songs (Sound Affects)Hot on the heels of the iconic metal group’s new album Redeemer of Souls, Sound Affects combs through Priest’s vast and astounding back catalog to round up its greatest tracks.

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Gerard Way: "I Never Saw My Chemical Romance Going Past 'The Black Parade'"Former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way has revealed in a new interview that he never saw the band going past their 2006 album, The Black Parade.You can watch a clip of Gerard discussing this in more detail below.

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Over 700 independent labels sign Fair Digital Deals DeclarationThe document calls for transparency in digital music deals that would level the playing field between indie labels, major labels and online platforms such as YouTube and Spotify Billy Bragg: YouTube is ‘stupid’ to pick a fight with indie labelsMore than 700 independent record labels from 23 countries have signed a document calling for fair and transparent digital music deals…

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Weird Al Yankovic’s first video of his promised “eight videos in eight days” thing took aim at Pharrell and people he thought were “Tacky.” His second music video has three targets: “Blurred Lines,” lyric videos, and bad grammar.
The comedy singer hits all three with “Word Crimes,” set to the tune of Robin Thicke’s 2013 summer anthem…

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Interpol to play London & Manchester shows in the new yearInterpol have announced they will be embarking on a three date UK and Ireland tour in January and February 2015.
The American rockers announced plans to perform sets in London, Manchester and Dublin on their official website to promote upcoming fifth studio album ‘El Pintor’.
Before coming to the UK and Ireland Interpol will be embarking on a European leg with seven dates scheduled; but if it were up to singer Paul Banks there would be less touring on the books…

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In anticipation of their new album, This Is All Yours, British indie rockers Alt-J have shared the music video for the Miley Cyrus-sampling single “Hunger of the Pine”.
The clip follows a sweat-soaked man racing through a forest. At first we aren’t certain what or who he’s trying to outrun, but then a barrage of white arrows come raining down on him and it’s finally clear: he’s being mercilessly hunted…

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McGowan takes on Instagram haters

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ROSE McGowan didn’t hold back when Instagram commentators said she looked like Michael Jackson.

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Man arrested at Kennedy compound says he was looking for Katy PerryPolice in Hyannis Port say James Lacroix, 53, broke into a home in the Kennedy compound once owned by JFKPolice have arrested a man they say broke into a home in the Kennedy compound once owned by John F Kennedy and told investigators he was looking for singer Katy Perry.Police in Barnstable, Massachusetts, responded to the home in Hyannis Port at about 9…

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Rock band scored a hit with “Sweater Weather.”

Tex-Mex pop act is still asking, “How far is heaven?” 7 p.m. at House of Blues, 1204 Caroline; 713-402-5837.

[…] Lovers:

Tribute to the late Houston DJ, featuring Lil Flip and a host of rap performers. 8 p.m. at Warehouse Live, 813 St. Emanuel; 713-225-5483…

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The singer will have to address questions he ignored the first time around, as he is forced to sit for another deposition…

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On August 15th, Brooklyn indie-pop outfit Bishop Allen will release Lights Out, their first new album in five years. The four-piece previously shared the chirpy and hopeful “Start Again”, and today, they return with “Why I Had To Go”.
In an interview with Noisey , frontman Justin Rice said of the wistful ballad: “It’s very literally a song about coming and going from New York City, but it’s also about what it feels like to be a little bit older and look back—the ambivalence that you feel…

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