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Announced via a Facebook post this morning: Midnight Oil are back! The hugely successful band will reform to play a range of gigs in Australia and internationally in 2017. Fuck yaas!
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She called Houston "simultaneously one of the best crowds I've had on this tour. And shy.".... More »
Michael Clifford, guitarist of 5 Seconds of Summer had his hair catch fire during a gig in London during their world tour.... More »
In terms of working out, 128 BPM's dominance in pop music means that if you can find an exercise routine that approximates this pace, you'll never be short of new workout music. If you've already got fixed a routine, you can swap in any of the songs from that range and see how they fit.
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Later this week, How to Dress Well will issue new album Care. His fourth full-length overall serves as the follow-up to 2014’s What Is This Heart? and has been described as “an intimate album that goes big, filled with stadium-sized choruses, rollicking guitar solos, vocal tenderness,.... More »
Rumors have long swirled about the current whereabouts of a synth-pop artist known as Lewis. Known best for a LP called L’Amour, a gentle and luxurious collection of gossamer synth jams from 1983, Lewis was long suspected to be the guise of a man by the name of Randall Wulff…
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Don’t be fooled by the twee. Oh sure, they look doe-eyed and sweet, but Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, the two actress/singer/comedians who comprise Garfunkel and Oates (Lindhome is Garfunkel and Micucci is Oates), are anything but. Read full article >>
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In 2006, a limited-edition remix album of Daft Punk’s third studio album, Human After All, was released exclusively in Japan. The set received a surprise reissue earlier this year, but once again, its release was limited to Japan. Now, though, the Robots have discreetly released a digital version of the album, and it’s available worldwide…
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Cassadee Pope has announced she will play a string of headlining shows on the East Coast starting later this month.Dates can be found below. Ticket information can be found here.August 21st – Dallas Bull Tampa, FL (18+)August 22nd – House Of Blues Orlando, FLAugust 23rd – Mavericks Jacksonville, FLAugust 29th – House Of Blues Atlantic City, NJSeptember 11th – Irving Plaza New York, NY
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Not to be outdone by Eminem and Rihanna, Drake and Lil Wayne kicked off their “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” co-headlining tour in Darien Lake, NY last night, and the setlist spanned a jaw-dropping 51 songs.
More of a Street Fighter-inspired “rap battle” than concert, fans were encouraged to download an official tour app, which enabled them to vote for who should begin the show (Lil Wayne) and who was victorious in their subsequent battle (spoiler: it was also Lil Wayne)…
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Dwina Gibb, 61, an artist, writer and bisexual self-styled druid priestess, says she and the Bee Gees singer had a “certain kind of freedom” in their marriage, but loved each other deeply
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Two of Hip-Hop’s best kicked off their summer tour on Friday night in Buffalo. Drake and Lil’ Wayne went head-to-head at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, kicking off their “Drake vs. Lil’ Wayne” battle U.S. trek. After an opening set from Yo Gotti, the two heavyweight MC’s went song-for-song over a two-hour set, alternating stage times and at one point, going through a flurry of hits together on stage…
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A tour bus on a highway in southern Tibet fell off a 30-foot cliff after crashing into a sport-utility vehicle and a pickup, killing 44 people and injuring 11 others, China’s state-run Xinhua News Agency reported.
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A classy drummer and local hero, Leon Joyce Jr. played standards in a trio setting Saturday afternoon on the Silicon Valley Stage at the San Jose Jazz Summer Fest. Wayne de la Cruz was on organ, and multi-instrumentalist Roger Glenn was a one-man band. The three of them caressed every note, in a way you don’t hear much anymore…
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