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What Is The Most Female-Friendly Music Festival In Australia? + MORE

With Tone Deaf reader’s favourite Aussie music festival Laneway coming to a close yesterday in Fremantle, it’s fair to say that punters around the nation are feeling more than satisfied after their day out watching some of the globe’s finest musical talent perform, and something w.... More »
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PND On Kehlani: “I Look Into People’s Eyes And I Know They Think I’m A Bad Guy” + MORE

The singer-songwriter gave a candid interview about his latest record and his regrets involving his ex-girlfriend..... More »
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Donald Trump Lashes Out at Snoop Dogg Over Controversial Music Video + MORE

MSNBC host unveiled details of Trump's partial 2005 federal tax return leaked to reporter David Cay Johnston The video, released on Monday as a remix of BadBadNotG.... More »
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Oasis: (What's the Story) Morning Glory? (Deluxe Edition) (Review) + MORE

Given how few insights are truly gained through all of these bonuses and rarities, only the most devoted of Oasis fans need apply, as Morning Glory's legacy is the same as it ever was, this Deluxe Edition doing shockingly little to alter it in any notable way..... More »
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The Remarkable Popularity Of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” + MORE

There was a moment last December when a lightbulb went off in my head, though it glowed more like a string of Christmas lights. My wife, daughter, and I were driving home from a family gathering, listening to one of those radio stations that switches to exclusively holiday music after Thanksgiving. .... More »
Spotify, the online music service, has tallied its own customers to determine which colleges listen to the most music and what styles they prefer.

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The opening track to Leonard Cohen‘s 13th album, Popular Problems, is driven by witty wordplay regarding sex and mortality. So, yeah, it would appear that not too much has changed in the songwriter’s nearly 50-year recording career. “I’m lacing up my shoes/ But I don’t want to run/ I’ll get there when I do/ Don’t need no starting gun,” he blithely doles out in a raspy baritone, smirking and leaving it unclear whether the song is about slow sex or the race toward the grave…

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New Music: Chinx Feat. 2 Chainz & French Montana “Couple Ni**as (Remix)”
Chinx’s Cocaine Riot 4-cut “Couple Ni**as” gets the remix treatment. After keeping it solo on the original, the Coke Boys rapper gets 2 Chainz and labelmate French Montana for the Yay-mix. Watch the video for “Couple Ni**as,” filmed in Far Rockaway, Queens and Los Angeles here…

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CD Review: Brandon Schott, “Verdugo Park E.P.”Brandon Schott has never done a recording that hasn’t sounded good — be it power-pop or a pretty ballad — so there was no doubt or concern that his brand new E.P. Verdugo Park would sound equally pleasing. Comprised of three songs, the extended single acts as entre to a forthcoming full-length, but also nods to the era where pop music, rock, and pop culture became dominant forces and not just eccentric preoccupations…

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Manic Street Preachers announce ‘The Holy Bible’ anniversary showsThe Manic Street Preachers have announced that they will be performing ‘The Holy Bible’ at special anniversary shows.
The band’s iconic third album was released in 1994 and the group are hitting the road in December to perform the tracks from the LP in their entirety at shows in Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin, and London…

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Mary Lattimore and Jeff Zeigler: Slant of Light (Review)The first album from this duo is at its best when it finds shape within its wide-open borders, when it cuts a path through all that bright light.

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Beyonce shares intimate footage at concert

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Singer Beyonce Knowles has revealed naked baby bump photograph while pregnant with daughter Blue Ivy in an intimate clip during her On The Run tour. The 33-year-old is standing completely nude with …

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Kendrick Lamar on Drake and J. Cole: ‘We Support One Another’
One year after releasing his explosive “Control” verse, Kendrick Lamar shook up the Internet once again with his empowering new single “i.” In an interview with “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” on Power 106, the Compton rapper reflected on the record that changed hip-hop…

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Katy Perry’s Prismatic World Tour is her finest road show yet.

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The Music Behind 'Jimi: All is By My Side' - Songs Hendrix Covered (Mixed Media)Before seeing the André Benjamin-fronted biopic Jimi: All is By My Side, give a listen to a collection of classic tunes covered by Hendrix, including hits by the Beatles, Chuck Berry, and Cream, via Rdio.

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Jake Bugg slams modern pop music for not having any soulJake Bugg has hit out at the state of the music industry, claiming that most pop music sounds like flatulence.

The singer-songwriter was speaking about X Factor and pop music to the Sunday Times, and revealed that he despises the music that is currently being added to radio playlists up and down the country…

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Josh Pyke signs to Wonderlick/Sony Music

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After eight years with Wonderlick Entertainment’s artist management arm, the Sydney-based company has signed Josh Pyke to its record label.
Started as a joint venture with Sony Music Entertainment in 2012, Wonderlick’s Directors Gregg Donovan and Stu MacQueen have used the label to launch the careers of Max & Bianca, Holy Holy, The Paper Kites and Jackson McLaren…

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Phases of the Moon Festival got off to a soggy start, but eventually dried out and featured performances from the likes of Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Gov’t Mule, Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident, and more. The inaugural event, held in Danville, IL, drew fans from all over who braved the elements to spend a few days enjoying the jam-centric lineup…

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