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Calvin Harris expresses regrets over public break up with Taylor Swift + MORE

Calvin Harris gets real on his drama-filled split with Taylor Swift..... More »
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Ed Sheeran’s ‘Divide’ Rockets to No. 1, Breaking a Global Streaming Record + MORE

The album also performed well as a download and physical album, showing that old formats are still a factor on the Billboard charts..... More »
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Kendrick Lamar drops surprise new album + MORE

One of the biggest acts in the world has released a collection dubbed 'untitled unmastered'..... More »
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Beyoncé releases surprise visual album + MORE Dec 14th

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Stream Erase Errata Lost Weekend + MORE

Erase Errata has returned with their first full-length album in nine years, and the group has roared back to life. Lost Weekend builds on the skittering, confident punk that they made their name on by fleshing everything out. The album premiered over on Noisey earlier today alongside an interview be.... More »
Ten years ago today, one of the most influential American singer-songwriters left us. Johnny Cash spanned the genres of folk, country, rock, rockabilly, and pop throughout his career. He is credited as a driving influence to the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, and many, many more. His music….

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Harvest Festival now "pretty f--king unlikely" to return says AJ “At this point it looks like it will disassociate [sic] into several tours,” says promoter AJ Maddah.

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The Beatles to release new album of rarities 'On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2' A new Beatles album, featuring unreleased recordings and studio banter from the Fab Four’s sessions for a variety of BBC radio programmes, will be released in November.    

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RAC – “Let Go” (Feat. Kele & MNDR) VideoRAC, or Remix Artists Collective, has come a long way since we first came across him (and got him to make a mix for us) over half a decade ago. Just look at the stylish video for “Let Go,” a track which features Kele of Bloc Party and MNDR. Claire had a point when she first described the dance-y track as having “an undercurrent of neuroses,” something that’s even clearer in this unsettling video which finds a man struggling with the fact that his girlfriend can’t control her habit of becoming a murderous cannibal…

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New Music: Drake “Wu-Tang Forever”
The countdown to Drake’s highly-anticipated third solo album Nothing Was the Same is on. One of the much-talked about song titles off the Toronto-native’s junior effort is the Noah “40″ Shebib-produced “Wu-Tang Forever.” The melodic dark cut samples a piano break from Wu-Tang Clan’s 1997 classic “It’s Yourz…

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Janelle Monae may not yet be a household name — but the Grammy-nominated Kansas City, Kan., native is working hard to make sure that changes soon.

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According to multiple media reports, a fan using the Twitter handle @illumivato reached out to band on Aug. 29, begging them to follow her on the social networking site “or I’ll break my dog’s neck.”

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Ray Dolby, audio engineer who pioneered noise reduction, dies at 80Dolby Laboratories founder’s work in music, television and film won him Oscar, Grammy and Emmy awardsRay Dolby, the engineer who pioneered the noise reduction in audio recordings that produced clearer sound for music and cinema, died on Thursday. He was 80.Dolby, whose name became synonymous with home sound systems and cinema, and won an Oscar, a Grammy and two Emmys for his work, died at his home in San Francisco, said the company he founded, Dolby Laboratories Inc…

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Gig Ticket Alert - Franz Ferdinand, John Grant, Disclosure & more Here’s what’s going on sale this week…    

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The Founding Fathers of Alternative Rock, Violent Femmes, will return to New York City for their first Manhattan performance since 2004. The Femmes will take the stage at Central Park’s Rumsey Playfield tonight, for their only Northeast show of the year. Members of Relix…

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