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Read about Noel Gallagher’s views on the Brexit debate + MORE

Noel Gallagher has given his opinion on the EU referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union, arguing that politicians should be deciding this for us as “99 percent of the people are thick as pig shit”. The former Oasis man told CBC that he wasn’t even sure if he was g.... More »
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The Last Internationale takes folk roots seriously + MORE

Band’s debut album, We Will Reign, out Aug. 19.... More »
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Radiohead are dropping unreleased tracks to celebrate OK Computer’s 20th anniversary + MORE

We knew that something was coming from Radiohead to celebrate two decades since the release of the seminal OK Computer, as they’d offered up a couple of teasers, but now we know exactly what they’ve got in store for us: a reissue. No, it’s not the tour that many fans were hoping fo.... More »
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Elton John Opens Up About Life at Home With His Boys + MORE

At 68, the singer is the father of two young boys with husband David Furnish..... More »
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Soul Serenade: Kool And The Gang, “Jungle Boogie” + MORE

At the beginning they were the Jazziacs. That was 50 years ago. Bass player Robert Bell was only 13 years-old when he and his brother Ronald, a sax player, put the band together with some high school friends in Jersey City including trombonist Clifford Adams, guitarists Charles Smith and Woody Sparr.... More »
Stoney was about eighteen years old when he bravely took his first self-made record to a local music shop. This is where he first caught the bug. And, like most creative bugs, the bug did not go away.
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Dusting ‘Em Off: Death – …For the Whole World to SeeFor this edition of Dusting ‘Em Off, staff writer Sam Willett revisits …For the Whole World to See, Death’s resurrected studio album, which turns 40 years old from its original recording this year. In honor, Sam analyzes the band’s significance to the punk genre and influence beyond Michigan proto-punks like Iggy Pop and MC5, as well as the spiritual philosophy locked into the grooves of its physical form…

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Welcome to Break Time! Here are the stories around the web that are more intriguing than Justin Bieber’s Miami antics.

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Damon Albarn to headline first BBC Radio 6 Music Festival in Manchester Damon Albarn will be the headline act at the first festival staged by BBC Radio 6 Music.    

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Who? What? Why? Where? When? - Roman Remains The Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss is back with a new band    

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Miley Cyrus recruits ‘Ren & Stimpy’ creatorMiley Cyrus has tapped “The Ren & Stimpy Show” creator John Kricfalusi to provide artwork for her “Bangerz” tour, according to Comics Alliance.    

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Melbourne’s Hiatus Kaiyote To Perform At Grammys, “It’s An Honour”Im December, Australian future soul outfit Hiatus Kaiyote picked up a nomination in the 2014 Grammy Awards. The Melbourne-bred band’s re-worked version of neo-jazz cut ‘Nakamarra’ (featuring Q-Tip) is up for one of the coveted US gongs in the Best RnB Performance category, the band telling Tone Deaf last month that the surprise recognition, “floored […]

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Breakout band battled writer’s block, are back with an adventurous, audacious new album.

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Just before the holidays, word got out among musicians that the city council was voting on a new noise ordinance. This ordinance would severely limit the amount of sound a band could make while performing on the streets or in a club.
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7 Questions With Sevyn Streeter: “It Won’t Stop”, Her Next Single & Chris BrownSevyn Streeter had a huge 2013. After a couple of false starts in girl bands TG4 and Rich Girl, the 27-year-old finally broke big with mood-lifting love song “It Won’t Stop”. Not only that but the multi-talented diva also penned a slew of hits for other artists including Ariana Grande (“The Way”) and Tamar Braxton (“All The Way Home”)…

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Will Lorde lord over the Sundays’ Grammy Awards, or will Daft Punk get lucky with “Get Lucky”? Competition is tight as some of 2013’s biggest hitmakers slug it out for top honors in the coveted best-record and song slots…

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Justin Bieber is not afraid of the returning polar vortex. He and his merry men took to the slopes this weekend after what had been a newsworthy week in the wake of his egg raid scandal. The pop star and his “fellas,” including Lil Za, who had been arrested at his house earlier in the week, went on a snowboarding trip…

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Pharrell takes centre stage at this year's Brit AwardsThe Oscar nominated singer and producer will perform Happy at February’s award show, joining Arctic Monkeys, Ellie Goulding and Katy Perry on the bill• Karen O, U2 and Pharrell nominated for Oscars• Pharrell Williams: why has he made a 24-hour-long music video?Pharrell Williams has joined the line-up for next months’ Brit awards…

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