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Drake and Diddy Brawl at Miami Nightclub + MORE

Drake can’t escape the drama. After being caught in the middle of Chris Brown and Karrueche’s breakup, the “0 to 100″ rapper had a physical confrontation with Diddy at a Miami nightclub on Monday morning. The fight reportedly erupted at DJ Khaled’s birthday party out.... More »
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Elbow at Hammersmith Apollo: re-energised romanticism + MORE

Accompanied by two violinists and a new drummer, the famously lugubrious band offered up a dynamic set.... More »
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Florida guitarist arrested for breach of peace after rocking out to national anthem + MORE

Florida resident Lane Pittman jammed out the US national anthem on his electric guitar at an Independence Day party, only to be arrested by police..... More »
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Abba reunite for first public performance in 30 years + MORE

Fans delighted by impromptu singalong to Me and I at a Stockholm gala to celebrate 50 years since Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson metThe four members of Abba performed alongside one another for the first time in over 30 years in Stockholm this weekend. On Sunday, at a private gala to mark 50 year.... More »
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Is the album dead? Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Elton John hit by dramatic US sales slump + MORE Nov 4th

As artists speak out over rise in streaming, industry tries to adapt to new habits of digital consumersLou Reed's album sales may have risen 607% in the US last week, one of many tributes to New York's rock 'n' roll poet of the streets, but that did little to dispel the black mood that has descended.... More »

Album reviews: September 2013

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Album reviews: September 2013Come back here next Friday for reviews of albums released on Monday Sep 23

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‘The Way’ singer lets her fans know she’s feeling better, preps ‘haunted’ Friday the 13th plans.

By Jocelyn Vena

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Dreamtrak – Odyssey part 2: New musicSelf-confessed Scooter addict Dreamtrak’s new single is so long it’s been split into two parts, the second of which now has a retina-burning videoMaking fairly new producers who prefer to let the music do the talking sound interesting can be quite a challenge. So I asked London-based producer Dreamtrak, aka Oli Horton, for some facts about himself and this is what he sent over: he’s obsessed with Antiques Roadshow and German techno pop merchants Scooter (he once went to one of their gigs despite having a broken leg)…

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Audio engineering pioneer Ray Dolby dies

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Audio engineering pioneer Ray Dolby died on Thursday at his San Francisco home. He was 80. Dolby, whose name you might recognise from the DVD collection in your living room, is renowned for his work in noise-reducing and surround-sound audio technologies – pivotal to the music and film industries. Dolby had been suffering with Alzheimer’s disease for several years and was diagnosed with acute leukemia last July…

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As Grace Potter & The Nocturnals’ Grand Point North festival kicks off today in Burlington, here’s our December 2013 cover story on the group, which focuses in part on last year’s installment of the fest….

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Savages is on its second U.S. tour in less than a year, including a stop Monday at Metro. This impatient touring schedule also seemingly fits the music: always moving, never resting, and apparently on the prowl.

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Arguably the vibraphone’s greatest innovator, Gary Burton and his four-mallet technique — the “Burton grip” — revolutionized the instrument’s melodic and harmonic possibilities. Even so, the New Gary Burton Quartet is an extension of the vibes’ percussive roots. The band (one of 21st-century jazz’s finest) that took the stage Thursday night at Blues Alley for Burton’s 70th-birthday tour was one comprehensive, well-honed rhythm instrument…

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New Oz Music: Miami Horror, Cut Copy, Geoffrey O'Connor, more From a penal colony to the next musical capital of the world, here’s some new Australian music.

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Arctic Monkeys cover Drake on Radio 1

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Arctic Monkeys cover Drake on Radio 1Arctic Monkeys have performed a cover of Drake’s ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’ on BBC Radio 1.
The band performed a version of the Canadian rapper’s latest hit (which had charted at number 6 on the UK Singles Chart on Sunday) during their appearance on the Live Lounge yesterday (September 13)…

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