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INDIE folk singer Lisa Mitchell finds inspiration and a new sound for her third album Warriors after enjoying a gap year in Europe..... More »
Los Angeles, April 21 (IANS) Rapper Missy Elliott has hinted that she has worked on new music with singer Bruno Mars.
The speculation came when Eliott posted on Twitter two images of them hitting the.... More »
The singer only had to learn the basics of a guitar for his part as a musician..... More »
Mumford and Sons revealed that they’re to release a new mini-album entitled Johannesburg on June 17.
The band have been touring in South Africa and the five-song collection, which was recorded in two “all day and all night” sessions in Johannesburg, is set to feature contributions .... More »
Wretch 32 will preview tracks from his forthcoming album during a re-launch Late at Tate Britain event 6-10pm on Friday, 10 April..... More »
On Tuesday afternoon, U2’s new album was just there, waiting for you. Like an Ikea catalogue. Or a jury summons. Or streptococcus. The latest inescapable unpleasantry for anyone who’s chosen to participate in our great digital society — more specifically, the 500 million human beings on this planet who use iTunes…
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Mr. Wilson’s career started in the 1930s and included work with jazz greats like Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan.
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The Vines: undoubtedly one of Australia’s most erratic bands. Born out of the southern suburbs of Sydney, their acclaimed debut Highly Evolved cemented the trio as a standout in the early 2000s, alongside acts such as The Strokes and The White Stripes. Just in the first year of the album’s release, they accumulated a swag […]
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Hackney-based band Rudimental is having one hell of a year. With a Brit Award under their belt – as well as one of the best award show performances in our opinion – a sold out headlining tour and now a stint opening for our favorite ginger, Ed Sheeran, Rudimental is working on taking over the world, one step at a time…
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Fans almost saw a lot more of Nicki Minaj then she intended at the Video Music Awards when she suffered a wardrobe malfunction — not that they would have complained.
The “Anaconda” singer, of course, had a very memorable costume catastrophe at the 2014 VMAs during her performance of “Bang Bang” with Jessie J and Ariana Grande, and now, several weeks after the near nip-slip, Nicki is revealing exactly what went down that night…
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Atmosphere is the operative word for this debut album from Boston “dream pop” duo, Pale Hands. Comprised of singer Jen Johnson and husband/musical partner Mike Latulippe, these nine songs are mellow, groove-y and have that soundtrack feel but is very warm and embracing. Spirit Lines is a quality antidote for chilly and dark autumn evenings…
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While most of us hosted chill backyard BBQs and lounged about lazily under the hot August sun, indie rock outfit Empires spent the summer building a sizable little kingdom of their own.
After getting their start playing venues across their hometown of Chicago, they ventured out of state for a slot at Bonnaroo and an appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman…
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Rihanna has been unusually quiet since winding up her Monster tour with Eminem. It’s strange because the prolific diva’s annual album is already a year overdue and, with the exception of upcoming LPs from Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj, there’s not a lot of happening in the pop world right now…
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Bob Schneider: Austin singer-songwriter has a healthy Houston following. 7 and 9:30 p.m. at McGonigel’s Mucky Duck, 2425 Norfolk; 713-528-5999.
Michael Flores: Bilingual, pop-rock singer and songwriter. 7 p.m. at the Monnalisa at the Hotel Sorella, 800 W. Sam Houston Parkway N., Building 9; 713-973-1600…
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