Robert Plant aims for nuance in album 'lullaby and … The Ceaseless Roar' + MORE
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DJ Khaled turned Columbus Day into his personal holiday on Monday. Along with debuting two new singles and accompanying music videos, Khaled kept the surprises rolling with “I Don’t Play Around With My Paper” co-starring featuring Future and Rick Ross. Ending the busy eventful da.... More »
She called Houston "simultaneously one of the best crowds I've had on this tour. And shy.".... More »
Chris Cornell has recorded a poignant cover of the Prince-penned "Nothing Compares 2 U," made famous in 1990 when Sinéad O'Connor included it as a single on her sophomore record, I Do Not What I Haven't Got.
Released as a tribute to the Purple One, who wrote the song in 1985,….... More »
The next video from Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint album is on the way and it looks like it will be for the track “The Night Is Still Young.” Earlier today, Nicki releases a short teaser for the upcoming visual, to give her Barbs something to look forward to this week. We can’t.... More »
She’s back. Nearly a year-and-a-half since the release of Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?, K. Michelle presents her third album, More Issues Than Vogue.
The R&B songstress flies solo for most of this 12-track set, with Jason Derulo appearing as a guest on “Make the Bed,” T-Pain on.... More »
As much as anyone, Robert Plant deserves credit — or blame — for bringing the adjective “histrionic” into the vocabulary about rock music. As the frontman for Led Zeppelin, Plant used his pliant voice to create a signature vocal style, hitting melodic heights that defied gender…
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The Vamps had already borrowed heavily from Simon & Garfunkel‘s ’60s classic “Cecilia” for their Meet The Vamps spin on the song, “Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart)”. But to give their rendition a little extra boost for its official UK single release, the pop-rock boy band enlisted the featured vocals of 15-year-old Vine crooner Shawn Mendes…
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Muse may have begun work on their new album in London, after a photo was posted to Twitter seemingly showing the band’s equipment in AIR Studios.
Twitter user John Aiggins took a snap of flight cases emblazoned with Muse’s logo, bragging that it was “Not a bad way to spend a evening working@AIRStudios@muse”
The band have previously discussed their seventh record, admitting that it is expected to be released next summer, and is likely to be ‘rockier’ than the group’s more recent albums…
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The entrancing chords of Coldplay’s, Viva La Vida warmed the hall at Camp Brotherhood, a retreat center on the slopes of Mount Vernon, Washington. Thr…
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Recently reformed California metalcore favourites Atreyu are getting ready to kick their comeback into full gear and, in the lead up, drummer and clean vocalist Brandon Saller has told Music Feeds…
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FKA twigs is a 26-year-old Londoner whose debut full-length album, “LP1,” feels emotive yet inert, like R&B paralyzed in its own desire. When possible, her music is best experienced via her music videos, which remind us that time is actually still ticking along because her body is moving. Read full article >>
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Step aside, burgeoning pop starlets — it’s time for a true seasoned Queen to show you how it’s done.
As we’ve known for the past month, timeless treasure Barbra Streisand is set to drop her highly anticipated duets record Partners on September 16, a collaboration with some of today’s most gifted male voices in music — from Billy Joel to Lionel Richie to Andrea Bocelli…
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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek has claimed artists’ reservations about streaming royalties will be mollified in “just a few years.”
Speaking to CNN Tech Correspondent Laurie Segall, Ek said: “[…] we just last week had an artist announcement where we basically said if there would be 40 million subscribers paying for a service like Spotify, it would be more than anything else in the entire music industry, including iTunes…
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It’s not uncommon to hear about record labels ripping off bands by failing to pay royalties or using other kinds of financial trickery. But it’s not every day you hear about the labels themselves being on the receiving end, with a UK executive today admitting to the theft of over $1 Million over 10 years…
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If you call your band Fucked Up, include song lyrics like “Until we both ejaculate/ Ride the wave,” and have a frontman who has, on several occasions, body-slammed concertgoers, then you’re probably not in it to make people feel all warm and fuzzy.
Surprisingly, those sentiments will inevitably wash over you after watching the Toronto hardcore outfit’s new video for “The Art of Patrons”…
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