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One Direction is in Houston, confirms no one + MORE

The #WelcomeBackToTexas1D hashtag has been trending for hours. With no definitive proof that the band is in Houston to film the "Drag Me Down" video..... More »
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The 40 best songs of 2014 + MORE

THEY didn’t all reach the top of the charts, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worthy of your eardrums. Sit back and remember the incredible year in music..... More »
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Read about Noel Gallagher’s views on the Brexit debate + MORE

Noel Gallagher has given his opinion on the EU referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union, arguing that politicians should be deciding this for us as “99 percent of the people are thick as pig shit”. The former Oasis man told CBC that he wasn’t even sure if he was g.... More »
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Taylor Swift's '1989' and 21 Other Albums Named After a Year + MORE

Yesterday, Taylor Swift announced her upcoming album, 1989, and unleashed the LP's horn-puffed lead single, "Shake It Off," a <a href="http://grantland....... More »
Robyn Hitchcock – “The Ghost In You” (Psychedelic Furs Cover)Robyn Hitchcock and Psychedelic Furs — two classic English rock stars of the 1970s together at last. Hitchcock covered the Furs’ 1984 single “The Ghost In You” for his upcoming The Man Upstairs, a collection built from “part well-known favorites, part personal discoveries, and part originals…

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We live in a hurry-up world — and so do our children. How can we, as families, slow down, connect with each other and ourselves, and enjoy the present moment?
Read more: Conscious Music, Pop Music, Jai Uttal, Mantra Music, Chanting, Deva Premal, Kids, Snatam Kaur, Mantra Singing, Mantra, Chanting With Kids, Kirtan, Music, Family Life, Mantras, Scott Blossom, Donna De Lory, Parents News

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Anarchic life of a punk priestess

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Anarchic life of a punk priestessFROM 1977 to 1981 Viv Albertine played guitar and wrote songs for The Slits, a band who, even by the rackety standards of punk, were amateurishly rubbish. They were significant, though: a free-spirited, female-dominated group right at the heart of a supposedly anarchic movement that remained deeply reactionary with regard to sex and gender.

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Matthew Stadlen is moved by a memorial concert for Sir John Tavener and speaks to Robert Sackville-West on days nine and 11 of the Salisbury International Arts Festival

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Toddlers singing Beyonce are disturbingly cute

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MOVE over The Wiggles: it seems every under-five-year-old’s current fave song is Beyonce’s Drunk in Love. Check out these hilarious vids.

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Staind frontman Aaron Lewis stops mid-song to call crowd out for 'molesting' crowd-surfing teen girl Staind frontman Aaron Lewis launched into an expletive-ridden rant on stage at a concert in Kansas City on Saturday, admonishing members of the crowd for touching a girl he said looked about “15 years old”.

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Change Partners from the forthcoming CSNY 1974 tour box shows the fractious vocal group in transcendent form.
The post First CSNY Tour ’74 Material Debuts On MOJO appeared first on MOJO.

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Pharrell performs his first show at ApolloIn a production directed by Spike Lee, Pharrell’s performance balanced witty animation, overseen by the filmmaker, with funky beats from the band, together aiming for one mood above all: exuberance.

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Miranda Lambert: Platinum (Review)

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Miranda Lambert: Platinum (Review)Here’s a chart-baiting country album that also happens to be an exploration of the spoils, perils, and hypocrisies of female stardom.

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Katy Perry might be penning a breakup song about her ex John Mayer, and Mayer seems to be taking that prospect in stride.

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See Spoon Debut a Raucous New Song at Primavera SoundSpoon have really been playing the details of their next album close to the vest. We know that the Austin band is going to do something next week, thanks to a photo they posted that says only, “SPOON R…

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Frontline: June 4, 2014

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This week we catch 2DayFM’s Gold Rush Party for Ellie Goulding, Georgio Moroder, The Preatures and Royal Blood visit triple j and Broods perform at Triple R Melbourne.
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Brother-sister duo Broods perform at Triple R in Melbourne2DayFM’s Gold Rush Party for Ellie Goulding in SydneyUK singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding onstage at 2DayFM’s Gold Rush Party in SydneyPerth artist Diesel performed on The Footy Show last Thursday nightUK newcomers Royal Blood target triple j’s Lindsay McDougall2DayFM host Sophie Monk with her ride to the Gold Rush Party in Sydney2DayFM’s Merrick Watts, Sophie Monk and Jules Lund with Ellie Goulding at the Victoria Room in SydneyGiorgioMoroder with triple j’s Zan RoweThe Preatures with triple j’s Lindsay ‘The Doctor’ McDougall2DayFM’s Merrick Watts, Sophie Monk, and Jules Lund at the station’s Gold Rush PartyEllie Goulding at 2DayFM’s intimate Gold Rush Party in Sydney2DayFM hosts Merrick Watts, Sophie Monk, and Jules Lund with their ride to the station’s Gold Rush PartyjQuery(‘#ftg-32’)…

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F--ked Up stay true to punk ethos on Glass Boys: album reviewThe Toronto band’s music remains reliably good on delivery, and only gets better the more you dig into it.

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