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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 »

Lauryn Hill Performs Nina Simone's "Feeling Good" (Mixed Media) + MORE

Lauryn Hill stopped by The Tonight Show to perform a take on the Nina Simone classic "Feeling Good", which appears on the recent Nina Revisited: A Tribute to Nina Simone album..... More »

U2 Makes History With Largest Album Release Ever + MORE

U2 made history today during Apple’s live event, releasing their first record in five years, 'Songs Of Innocence,' for free via iTunes — to everyone with an account across 119 countries..... More »

Changing how government manages wildfires could save more homes, officials say + MORE

When it comes to wildfires, some federal officials are tired of playing catch-up and leaving private property at heightened risk of a blaze. "We're really in a negative spiral right now," Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell said before she boarded a helicopter last week to tour of parts of San....... More »

Hundreds Face Drug Charges After Sydney Festivals This Weekend + MORE

Sydney was host to a slew of music festivals this weekend with Soundwave, Future Music Festival and the Secret Garden Festival all in town, keeping NSW police busy with their previously-announced... Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
Canadian police say pop star Justin Bieber has been charged with dangerous driving and assault after a collision between a minivan and an ATV led to a physical altercation in southwestern Ontario.

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Freddie’s dead, but they’ll still rock you

– www.dailytelegraph.com.au

LEAD singers like Freddie Mercury are irreplaceable. So how do Queen stack up with their new American Idol alumnus?

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Rapper apologises for misogynistic picsMax MacKinnon, one half of Australian hip-hop duo Bliss N Eso, has come under fire over his Instagram.

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Prince's new tracks: listen to U Know and WhitecapsThe Purple One has trailed both his solo album, Art Official Age, and his record with 3rd Eye Girl, by teasing two new tracks For a man who once declared, The internets completely over, Prince sure is getting good at exercising the immediate impact and endless promotional capabilities of the web.A week after the surprise news of his long-awaited 3rd Eye Girl release and a separate Prince album both due out at the end of this month the singer has trailed two new songs, U Know and Whitecaps…

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Ivan Hewett’s round-up of jazz releases in summer 2014

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Chris Brown Pleads Guilty in D.C. Assault Case
Chris Brown has accepted a plea deal in his Washington, D.C. assault case.

The 25-year-old singer had been charged with misdemeanor assault for punching Parker Adams in the face outside his tour bus last October, an assault that occurred while he was on probation for attacking Rihanna.
Brown pled guilty to misdemeanor assault and was sentenced to time served…

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Music Review: Miranda Lambert, Rowdy in the CatskillsThe singer Miranda Lambert took her “Platinum Tour” to Bethel, N.Y., mixing noble sentiments and rowdy poses.

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The gig venue guide: The Institute, BirminghamThree venues in one building cater to all tastes from Pissed Jeans to Freddie Gibbs but the Institute feels tired for a place so recently renovatedCapacity: 1,500 (The Institute), 600 (The Library), 300 (The Temple).Who plays there: This is a venue that is well balanced between rockin and dancin, adopting no clear bias towards guitars, turntables or electronics…

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Kele says Bloc Party would need to make new music for tourBloc Party frontman Kele Okereke has shirked at the idea of a 10th anniversary Bloc Party tour.
The star, who is on a hiatus from the band and is set to release his second solo LP next month, has said that artists that go on anniversary tours make him “cringe a little bit,” and that he would much prefer for the group to release new music…

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Riff Raff – “Rookies Of The Future” (Feat. Action Bronson)Weirdo white-rap hedonists Riff Raff and Action Bronson have teamed up a handful of times in the past, most notably on “Bird On A Wire,” the song that convinced more than a few that Riff Raff can rap like a motherfucker when he’s in the right frame of mind. The two have joined forces again on a new song called “Rookies Of The Future,” which has a beat from the veteran haze-rap producer Alchemist but which generally comes off as being more pedestrian than what these two usually cook up…

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Britney Spears Calls Out Her Cheating Ex Live On Stage In Las Vegas: WatchNo one gets away with cheating on our Brit Brit.
Last week, the “Work Bitch” superstar revealed (quite candidly) that she is now single on Twitter (“Ahhh the single life!”), which led to a string of TMZ stories (and a hilarious Instagram) detailing the break-up: Reportedly, ex David Lucado cheated on B, and there’s a tape involved…

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Bluesfest line-up announced

– www.theaustralian.com.au

THE Black Keys, Alabama Shakes and Zac Brown Band are among the headliners for next year’s Bluesfest at Byron Bay

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The Black Keys, Zac Brown Band, Train and George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic head up the fist lineup announcement for Bluesfest 2015.
In May this year The Black Keys saw their eighth album Turn Blue debut at #1 on the ARIA chart and on the Billboard 200. The headline spot on Bluesfest fuels rumours of a full national tour in 2015…

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