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Jack Bruce dead: Cream bass player dies of liver disease aged 71 + MORE

Jack Bruce, the bassist and vocalist in the 1960s supergroup Cream, has died of liver disease, aged 71..... More »
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Report: Chris Brown Struggling with Addiction, Insiders Fear for His Life + MORE

Is Chris Brown on a downward spiral? Those close to the R&B superstar are reportedly concerned that he’s “going to hit rock bottom” and fear for his well being. Billboard goes behind the scenes for an in-depth piece on the singer, titled “Chris Brown’s Downward S.... More »
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Review: Charlie Parker Jazz Festival Subtly Recalls Its Inspiration + MORE

The festival’s final installment, on Sunday night in Tompkins Square Park, included the saxophonists Joe Lovano and Rudresh Mahanthappa..... More »
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Hear Panda Bear's Lightheaded Experimental Pop Gem 'Sequential Circuits' + MORE

Animal Collective founder Panda Bear's fifth solo album Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper doesn't hit stores until next week, over the course of the next couple of days he's rolling out all of the as-yet-unheard tracks <a href="http://www....... More »
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Of Course Fifth Harmony Can Make A 1AM Jam Sesh Effortlessly Gorgeous: Listen + MORE

Even when Fifth Harmony aren’t onstage, they’re still making music. Normani, Dinah and Ally Snapchatted an early morning song to show off their harmonizing skills — after all, that’s what their band name implies they can do. The whittled-down trio took on Chrisette Michele’s “A Couple Of.... More »
The Internet is overflowing with bad ideas. What should we do when we step in one? Scrape it from our boots and quietly walk away? Retweet it in anger? Blog a rebuttal? Wait a few hours for someone else to blog a smarter rebuttal? How should we take part in the conversation when the conversation feels so urgent, yet so stupid? Read full article >>

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Critic’s Notebook: At the Bard Music Festival, Concerts and ArgumentThere were lengthy concerts, engaging lectures and unexpected fireworks onstage on the first weekend of the Bard Music Festival.

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Beyond The Valley 2014 Lineup Announced, And It’s AwesomeThe Beyond The Valley 2014 lineup has been announced, providing a mix of local and international artists covering a wide array of styles for the New Year’s music festival’s first-ever edition. Following on from the first three acts of the Beyond The Valley 2014 lineup leaking last month, the organisers of the brand new event […]

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A SHARED passion for jazz and jokes help forged a lasting friendship between Robin Williams and awarded Australian musician Allan Zavod.

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Arcade Fire – “Afterlife (Flume Remix)”Flume is an Australian dance-pop producer and a festival-lineup fixture, and now he’s put together a remix of “Afterlife,” the single from Arcade Fire’s Reflektor. Flume’s 10-minute take on the song spends a few minutes swirling before eventually developing into a fleet, nimble house beat…

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New Music: ILOVEMAKONNEN f/ Drake – ‘Tuesday’
Drake has the club going up on a Tuesday. In between battling it out with Lil Wayne on tour, October’s Very Own adds his golden touch to ILOVEMAKONNEN’s “Club Goin’ Up on a Tuesday” off the Atlanta newcomer’s I Love Makonnen EP, which was released in June.
Drizzy lays down a melodic flow and even showcases his falsetto on the Sonny Digital and Metro Boomin-produced track…

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Blind Pilot, Cults, CocoRosie among the best bets for the second annual First City Festival in Monterey.

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Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem has opened up to The Doctor about the band’s fifth studio album Get Hurt.

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Stream Allison Crutchfield Lean In To It EPAllison Crutchfield is the leader of the very good indie rock band Swearin’, and her twin sister (and former bandmate) Katie Crutchfield is Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield. Allison just released her solo EP Lean In To It last week, and it’s nothing like the stark acoustic music that Katie was making when she started out on her own as Waxahatchee…

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Summer Stars: Jagwar Ma

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In a little less than a year since the release of their first full-length album, Jagwar Ma have managed to spring from obscurity to worldwide notoriety. Driven by the success and critical acclaim of their attention-grabbing debut Howlin’, the young, vibrant and un-categorizable Australian band was a stateside hit before they even landed on U…

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On its own, Times Square is a special circle of hell that only the bravest among us have the patience and restraint to bare on more than a once-a-decade occasion. Last week, Guitar Center decided to up the ante, opening a massive, 28,000-square-foot complex under the bright lights of New York City. Everything has been going well, The Roots played an opening night party at the Best Buy…

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Daft Punk releases remix album

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Daft Punk releases remix albumDaft Punk has finally released their album Human After All (Remixes) worldwide after it only being a Japanese release for the last eight years.

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How do you keep the music playing in a chaotic political climate where the only music being played is a dissonant duet with counter-melodies that never resolve, but instead contradict the common theme?
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