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New Music: Sampha “(No One Knows Me) Like The Piano” + MORE

Sampha’s long-awaited debut album, Process, is set to hit stores on February 3 via Young Turks. Following last year’s “Blood on Me,” the British singer returns with a new cut off that album “(No One Knows Me) Like The Piano.” “No one knows me like the piano in my m.... More »
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Trent Reznor Thinks Social Media Is Why Music Is Terrible + MORE

If there’s one thing we’ve learnt over the years, it’s that you don’t really want to make enemies with Trent Reznor. From a spat with Marilyn Manson, to a much-shared disdain for Courtney Love, the Nine Inch Nails frontman has taken aim at anyone who rubs him the wrong way, b.... More »
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Big Sean Celebrates Success of 'I Decided' Album at Pop-Up Show in L.A. + MORE

With his fourth studio effort I Decided headed for No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Big Sean hosted an early celebration with a surprise concert....... More »
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Happy Birthday John Oates: Watch the Guitarist Join Umphrey’s McGee for “Ain’t No Sunshine” and “Booth Love” + MORE

John Oates celebrates his 67th birthday today and while the Hall & Oates guitarist has accomplished nearly everything under the musical sun as one half of the genre-bending duo, one of his more interesting ventures has come through his sit-ins with Umphrey's McGee."I had to do some serious woods.... More »
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Alessia Cara's Know-It-All review: confident and likeable + MORE

The Brampton teenager responsible for "Here" serves up a debut album long on promise if a little light on "edge".... More »

Tinariwen – Emmaar

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In 2012, Bono jammed with Tinariwen; now the Tuaregs have recorded their new album in Joshua Tree. Coincidence? MOJO wonders.The post Tinariwen – Emmaar appeared first on MOJO.

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Barack Obama cruel for preparing to sell out Jerusalem, says Israeli singerUS president and Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu accused of giving up on holy city by singer Amir BenayounOf all the issues in dispute between Israel and the Palestinians few are more emotive than the future of Jerusalem. Now a new single by a popular rightwing Israeli singer accuses a “cruel” Barack Obama and Binyamin Netanyahu of preparing to sell out the holy city as part of a peace agreement…

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M-Phazes Joins Rapture 2014 Lineup

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Feeds: Eminem, M-Phazes, Rapture Festival

Bringing You The Latest Aussie & International News – Reviews And Interviews

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Q&A: Funkmaster Flex On NYC Hip-Hop, Reviving The Tunnel And His Infamous Bomb
Every evening at 7pm, as the Jackie Robinson Parkway fills up with cars and the Verrazano Bridge is clogged with rush-hour traffic, New York City’s famed disc jockey Funkmaster Flex takes over his usual shift at WGHT Hot 97. Flex (born Aston Taylor Jr.) has held down the airwaves at the station “Where hip-hop lives” for two decades, and the underground club scene even longer…

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Dummy Bieber has a meltdown

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JUST as Justin Bieber seems to be in the midst of a superstar meltdown, so is his waxwork figure at Madame Tussauds.

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New Music: Boston George Feat. Lil Boosie & Future “Rich Off Lean”
Contrary to earlier reports, it looks like Lil Boosie won’t be coming home until next month. Anyway, the silver lining in all of this is that we’ve got a new verse from the Baton Rouge legend today to hold us over. Boosie co-stars alongside Future on Houston up-and-comer Boston George’s latest track, “Rich Off Lean,” which will appear on his forthcoming DJ Drama and DJ Mr…

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BMG is set to acquire Talpa Music BV, an EDM publisher which owns over 37,000 songs, including hits from heavyweights such as Tiësto, Afrojack, Pitbull, Will.i.am, Beyonce, and Nicky Romero.
In addition, BMG will also acquire Canal Music Publishing – the publishing house that exploits tracks written by contestants on various regional versions of The Voice – and a stake in Phrased Differently Music Ltd…

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Apple Meets the Beatles' 50th With All-Fab iTunes ChannelApple has joined the festivities marking the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ landmark performance on The Ed Sullivan Show. A new iTunes channel includes the Fab Four’s 14-minute Ed Sullivan clip…

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Radiohead Release PolyFauna App

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Radiohead Release PolyFauna AppIt’s been three long years since Radiohead last released an album, which makes it all the more appropriate that today, they released an app. It’s called PolyFauna, and per Thom Yorke, it’s “an experimental collaboration between us (Radiohead) & Universal Everything, born out of The King Of Limbs sessions and using the imagery and the sounds from the song “Bloom…

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Those "Saturday Night Live" bonds run deep, it seems. Fellow "SNL" alum Fred Armisen will be joining "Late Night with Seth Meyers" to lead the show’s band.

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The late Detroit proto-punk trio Death will receive another release from Drag City. Following 2009′s reissue of their lost 1976 album, …For the Whole World to See, and 2011′s Spiritual, Mental, Physical, comes Death III, a nine-track collection of archived tracks recorded in 1975, 1976, 1980, and 1992…

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DJ sued: when stage dives go horribly wrong

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IS dubstep DJ Skrillex the latest performer to injure a fan during a stage dive? One woman alleges his antics left her with a stroke.

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It was the night that changed America, and music, forever. February 9, 1964 was when the Beatles made their debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” helping to set off a frenzy that would catapult the four Liverpool lads to global stardom and an untouchable place in rock and roll history.
That legacy was celebrated on Sunday night in the prime-time special,”The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles” with performances of some of the band’s legendary hits by a handful of today’s biggest stars, as well as mini-sets from surviving members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr and a rare on-stage collaboration between the band’s iconic singer/bassist and drummer…

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