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Ten Ton Man: How I Started A Man Band With No Drama After 50 + MORE

When, at age 50, you finally realize life is too short, what then? I found myself in that moment of epiphany three years ago when my father passed away. Where had the time gone? One of my lifelong passions was creating music. But starting a band isn't an easy task. Read more: Living Lif.... More »
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Singer Bonnie Raitt: My six best albums + MORE

BONNIE RAITT, 66, is a folk-blues artist who has won 10 Grammy awards..... More »
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Christmas album round-up Loretta Lynn, Katie Melua and more + MORE

THE stand-out Christmas offering is this beautifully sung and engaging set from the Country veteran..... More »
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New Music: Jidenna – ‘Little Bit More’ + MORE

Jidenna wants a “Little Bit More.” After getting gully on “Chief Don’t Run,” the Classic Man provides a vibrant single full of dancehall flavor on his latest release. “The party gets shallow the deeper we go,” he sings. “Telling you secrets that you .... More »
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Wolf Alice, My Love Is Cool, review: 'feral and sophisticated' + MORE

This spirited debut injects vigour, imagination and personality into a tired indie-rock genre, says Neil McCormick.... More »
A low layer of smoke drifted across the dimly lit stage and a haunting prelude on the organ signaled the beginning of an amazing event. The silhouette of a man approaching the grand piano, stage right, was all the crowd needed to go wild.
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Veronicas back on top of the charts

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AFTER a quiet three years, twins Jess and Lisa Origliasso – otherwise known as The Veronicas – have one of the biggest hits of the year on their hands.

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Jack White speaks out at sexist perception of female musicansJack White has hit out at the sexist perception of female musicians as a “novelty”.
The solo star, who now performs with an all-female band, was asked by Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready on SiriusXM radio about the reason why he decided to have a backing band bursting with X chromosomes.
Discussing his backing band, White said: “It was a great way to provoke the musicians and provoke the fans watching to just think about something…

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11 killer soundtrack songs

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Lorde’s newie got us thinking about awesome songs written for the silver screen. Here’s some of our faves.

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News: Muse are back in the studio recording their seventh album“FAT bass distortion" and songs about “deep ecology, the empathy gap and world war 3.”

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Catfish & The Bottlemen 'Pacifier' videoLeading the charge as one of the countries most exciting new guitar bands, Catfish And The Bottlemen, release epic new single

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Drake Breaks The Beatles’ Hot 100 Record: Morning Mix

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:: Drake broke The Beatles‘ record for the number of singles to be featured on the Hot 100. His remix of ILoveMakonnen‘s “Tuesday” became Drake’s 72nd song to enter the chart, besting the Beatles at 71…

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Art-house director Miguel Arteta may seem an odd choice for kids’ film ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,’ but he jumped at the chance, and he brings an indie feel to it.Art-house director Miguel Arteta may seem an odd choice for kids’ film ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,’ but he jumped at the chance, and he brings an indie feel to it.

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Muse fans can now rest easy, as the band have taken to their newly minted Instagram account to confirm that they are indeed working on their highly anticipated seventh album. The band have begun…

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Doug Seegers: Going Down to the River (Review)A beautiful debut from a late-discovered master songwriter and country music craftsman.

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Jamie T – Carry On The Grudge

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Jamie T – Carry On The Grudge

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Jamie Treays’ third studio album, the long-awaited follow-up to the London singer-songwriter’s 2009 LP Kings & Queens, sees the Wimbledon man returning to music after a five year absence with a lot less rapping, plus what sounds like a nasty feeling of desolation and pain…

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Kindness - Otherness: exclusive album streamRecorded in cities across the globe, and calling upon collaborators such as Kelela, Robyn and Dev Hynes, listen to Adam Bainbridges second album and let us know your thoughts Back in April, Kindness Adam Bainbridge described his hesitance to retread old ground with his second studio album. Were in an era when we have the freedom to be completely postmodern in the collage we make, the things were inspired by, the sounds we use, he told Pitchfork…

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Bombay Bicycle Club release new singleToday we are pleased to announce the aptly titled release of ‘Home By Now’, the fifth single by Bombay Bicycle Club from their critically acclaimed

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