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Jennifer Lopez and French Montana Perform ‘I Luh Ya Papi’ on ‘American Idol’ + MORE

Boricuas in the house. Jenny brought it back to the block on Thursday’s “American Idol” results show with the debut performance of her new single “I Luh Ya Papi.”Following an introduction from fellow judges Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr., the pop superstar was joine.... More »
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Watch Blur Play “Trouble In The Message Centre” For The First Time In 20 Years At Last Night’s Secret Magic Whip Show + MORE

Last night, at an intimate secret show in West London, Blur performed their upcoming album The Magic Whip in its entirety. During the encore, as a treat for the assembled fans, the Britpop legends also played Parklife deep cut “Trouble In The Message Centre” for the first time in about 2.... More »
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Support acts have been announced for The Libertines’ 2016 arena tour + MORE

Reverend & The Makers , Sleaford Mods and The Enemy are the support acts for the upcoming arena tour by The Libertines. The tour kicks off in Glasgow on January 21st with The View and Reverend & The Makers, with Jon McClure’s band also joining Blossoms for the next show in Manchester. .... More »
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Bad Religion Guitarist Ignites Ugly Biff With “Arrogant” Bring Me The Horizon + MORE

*gets popcorn* The post Bad Religion Guitarist Ignites Ugly Biff With “Arrogant” Bring Me The Horizon appeared first on Music Feeds. Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News - Reviews And Interviews .... More »
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Kendrick Lamar Opens Up About His ‘Suicidal Weakness’ From To Pimp A Butterfly + MORE

Kendrick Lamar puts a lot of pressure on himself. On his latest album, To Pimp a Butterfly, he takes the weight of Compton on his shoulders and when the pressure becomes too great to bear he falls victim to depression and reveals suicidal thoughts on a track named “u.” It’s a turni.... More »
When the Red Hot Chili Peppers played the Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime show, their instruments were unplugged.

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John Legend’s “All Of Me” Is Equally Irresistible As A Ballad Or Dance Anthem Thanks To TiestoJohn Legend‘s soulful rendition of “All Of Me” at the 2014 Grammy Awards resulted in a massive sales spike, which now finds the swoon-inducing ballad sitting pretty in the iTunes top 10. With radio stations finally catching on to the song’s brilliance, it’s only a matter of time before it blasts into the upper reaches of the Billboard Hot 100…

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The veteran drummer returned to his jazz-rock heyday with a guitar-fronted quartet, celebrating 40 years since the release of his ‘Spectrum’ album

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20 Questions: Latyrx (Sound Affects)

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20 Questions: Latyrx (Sound Affects)When Lateef the Truth Speaker and Lyrics Born came together for 1997’s sole Latyrx album, DJ Shadow, Blackalicious, and more helped turn it into an underground classic. The long-awaited follow-up arrived at long last in 2013, and the only thing that’s as entertaining as The Second Album is their answers to our 20 Questions …

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Hendrix’s final interview animated

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Hendrix’s final interview animated
Jimi Hendrix’s final interview before his death has been turned into an animation.
The interview, conducted by Keith Altham, took place in London on September 11, 1970, he died just a week later on September 18. In the recording, Hendrix discusses songwriting, politics and the state of music.
The animation was made for PBS Digital Studios by Blank on Blank, and is not the first of its kind; previously interviews with Beastie Boys and Kurt Cobain have received similar treatment…

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Latitude Festival 2014: Bombay Bicycle Club and Tame Impala among new confirmed acts Latitude Festival has announced another wave of acts set to take the Suffolk stage this summer.    

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New Video: Yo Gotti Feat. J. Cole “Cold Blood”
Yo Gotti returns to the streets that made him in “Cold Blood,” the new video in support of last year’s I Am LP. The King of Memphis, known for delivering club anthems, goes into reflective mode with J. Cole as they stroll though various hoods and shine light on people affected by day-to-day struggles…

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Still living the dream

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TAKING musical risks ensures Neil Finn’s life is still a crowded house.

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Concerts in the Houston area

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Elements of soul, jazz, country, rockabilly and conjunto. 10 p.m. at the Big Top Lounge, 3714 Main; 713-529-9899.

Nickelodeon-created boy band with its own sitcom. 8 p.m. at Bayou Music Center, 520 Texas; 713-230-1600.

Deep-voiced Illinois native scored a chart-topping country single with “Don’t Ya…

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Despite the news of original drummer Mike Mirro’s passing, Umphrey’s McGee has played on, performing in Knoxville, Columbus and Detroit as a part of their Winter Tour. The emotional performances have carried extra weight, including the show closing “Divisions” dedicated to Mirro as well as inspired renditions of “Bridgeless,” “All in Time” and “Nothing Too Fancy,” among others…

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Also, Paul Simon and Sting double bill set for Feb. 13 at SAP Center in San Jose.

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Seahaven Release New Song "Flesh"

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Seahaven Release New Song "Flesh"Seahaven have released a new song titled “Flesh,” which can be streamed via Noisey.The track is taken from the band’s long-awaited new album Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only on March 25th via Run For Cover Records. Pre-orders can be found here.

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