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Cheryl FV filmed in BED with which pal of her One Direction boyfriend, Liam Payne? VIDEO + MORE

Former X Factor judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has been filmed sharing a bed with a friend of her One Direction star boyfriend, Liam Payne. But fear not, Cheryl wasn’t cheating on Liam and was instead actually lying next to fabulous Radio One DJ Nick Grimshaw – her fellow former X Factor judge .... More »

Into It. Over It. – “Anesthetic” + MORE

Next week, Into It. Over It., one of the most promising projects to come out of the a-few-years-ago emo revival, will take a big leap forward with the new album Standards. Mastermind Evan Weiss has been playing around with expansive harmonies and lush instrumentation, and the result is a song like ".... More »

Pete Murray Announces Massive 33-Date Acoustic Tour + MORE

Pete Murray and his acoustic guitar are going to be spending a lot of time together this spring. The pair have made plans to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and rekindle their... Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
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A Tribe Called Red Announce First Ever Australian Tour + MORE

Canada’s A Tribe Called Red have just announced they will be touring Australia for the first time. Playing an extensive run of shows down the east-coast as well appearing at Australian Music... Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
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Dr. Dre Opens Up About ‘Detox,’ Abuse Allegations, & Social Anxiety in Rolling Stone + MORE

Twenty-six years after N.W.A’s debut Straight Outta Compton, Dr. Dre and Ice Cube grace the cover of Rolling Stone. The legendary rappers, along with MC Ren and DJ Yella, open up to the magazine about the rise of the world’s most dangerous group, their triumphs and controversies, and th.... More »
La Roux have remained relatively quiet since the release of their Grammy-winning, self-titled debut in 2009. But with a new album rumored to be on the way, the “Bulletproof” synthpop duo are shaking off the rust and returning to the road this June.
The short North American jaunt kicks off on June 1st at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and includes a festival appearance at Governors Ball and dates alongside New Order…

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Kings of Leon fans on red alert following measles outbreakThe Washington Health department issues a statement after a woman suffering from the virus attended the rock band’s show last week Fans of Kings of Leon, and even the band themselves, are on alert following news that a woman suffering from the measles attended last week’s gig in Seattle, Washington. Government officials have instructed everyone who was at the Key Arena show to confirm they have been vaccinated against the potentially lethal virus…

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"I'm a pretty young-ass dude, so just being on the road and dealing with people and going to f—ing different countries and states and meeting these all people, you just learn a lot …

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We predict a riot once the band’s guilty pleasures get out

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Nevermind the Nirvana myths


KURT Cobain’s sudden death 20 years ago created many myths about his life and artistic contributions. Kathy McCabe explains the reality.

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Robert Plant, Arcade Fire and Wilko Johnson to play GlastonburyThe Glastonbury Festival has announced the majority of the acts for their June 27-29 gathering with some of the biggest names

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10 of the best: the Grateful Dead  readers' choiceEarlier this week we listed 10 essential tracks from the eclectic rock band. Here are 10 more, as recommended by
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My attempt to describe the Grateful Dead in 10 songs received a reasonable degree of support but I appear to have committed a cardinal sin by not including Dark Star…

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An unsettling piece evokes the twighlight areas of the mind, says Ivan Hewett    

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Crossing the ocean for a concert? I’m not aloneLed Zeppelin, The White Stripes, ABBA, The Smiths, Ylvis, Andreas Vollenweider and Nana Mouskouri are among the acts you said you’d pony up for.

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Flashback: The Beatles hold top five on Billboard chartFifty years ago today, the Beatles pulled off something that is yet to be equaled (or even close to be equaled). They had the top five

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Lightwave: a rave bracelet that will enhance your nightWearable technology feeds data to DJs so they can alter lights and music depending on how much you’re sweating and moving Twas a wise man by the name of Maxi Jazz who once professed that God was in fact a DJ. And as it turns out, that wiry topless vocalist may have been right all along: a state-of-the-art wristband has been invented that allows DJs to control their audience’s feelings via wearable technology…

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Reggae star Vybz Kartel sentenced to life in prison for murderConvicted of the 2011 murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ William, the Jamaican musician won’t be eligible for parole for 35 year Jamaican dancehall and reggae star Vybz Kartel has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2011 murder of Clive "Lizard" Williams. Following his conviction last month, Kartel received the harshest sentence of any of his co-defendants: he will serve 35 years in jail before he will be eligible for parole…

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