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Adele’s ambitions go beyond the charts + MORE

SHE conquered the charts with her last record, and new album 25 looks set to be the biggest release of 2016 — but Adele has much bigger achievements on her mind..... More »

London Grammar – “Truth Is A Beautiful Thing” + MORE

UK torch-song trio London Grammar released "Rooting For You" in January and "Big Picture" last month, and now it's official: The follow-up to their 2013 debut is called Truth Is A Beautiful Thing, and it'll be out in June. That announcement comes with yet another new song, the album's smoldering slo.... More »

Remembering Rodney Speed + MORE

We're saddened to report on the passing of Rodney Speed. A welcoming, familiar face at Wetlands Preserve, Speed worked at the club throughout its history from 1989 through 2001, filling a number of roles, while living his dream by remaining in such close proximity to music. Following the closing of.... More »

New Video: Gucci Mane Feat. Young Dolph “Bling Baww Burr” + MORE

Live from house arrest (well, not anymore), Gucci Mane is shooting another video at the crib for the Woptober single, but he’s got plenty of visitors on this day. “Bling Baww Burr” finds Gucci poolside in a robe with an assortment of shortys, who walk around in the smallest of bik.... More »

Mac Miller Announces New Album ‘The Divine Feminine,’ Drops “Dang!” Feat. Anderson .Paak + MORE

Mac Miller has spent all week teasing something big for today, and he hasn’t disappointed. The Pittsburgh rapper took to Beats 1 this afternoon to announce his new album, The Divine Feminine, and also debut the project’s first single. “Dang!” finds Mac ditching the depressed.... More »
The Disco Biscuits headlined three nights at New York’s Irving Plaza as the band returns to the road for a touring schedule that runs through December. Next up for the band is a two night run at Washington, DC’s 9:30 Club before they play a trio of festival gigs in Gathering of the Vibes, Summer Set Music Festival and Dominican Holidaze in December…

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YouTube's proposed music contract with indie labels published onlineFuels further debate about Google service’s deals with major labels, and the likely impact on independentsYouTube’s row with some independent labels over the terms of the contract for its upcoming music subscription service has taken a new twist, with a version of the contract published in full online…

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The winners of the 2014 APRA Music Awards have been unveiled with Sia named songwriter of the year for a second year in a row.

The prestigious peer voted APRA Song of the Year has been awarded to Vance Joy for the folk-pop instant classic Riptide. The song also won Pop Work of the Year.

The Most Played Australian Work of 2013 was Lanterns by Birds of Tokyo, which was also named the Rock Work of the Year…

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Don Cheadle to play Miles Davis


Oscar-winning actor Don Cheadle raises funds to make a film called Miles Ahead about jazz trumpeter Miles Davis. He talks to Martin Chilton about a ‘dream project’

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No tartan, no shortbread  King Creosote portrays a different ScotlandWhen King Creosote Kenny Anderson wrote the music for a film about Scotland for the Commonwealth Games, the challenge was to reflect a side of the country tourists don’t seeWith the Commonwealth Games in July and the independence referendum in September, 2014 is a big year for Scotland. What better time to make a poetic film exploring the history of the country, compiled entirely from archive footage and set to the music of one the country’s most respected contemporary folk musicians? And what bigger responsibility for that musician?This was the challenge facing film-maker Virginia Heath and singer-songwriter Kenny Anderson, aka King Creosote…

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It’s been three years since the cancellation of Soundwave’s sister festival Soundwave Revolution polarised fans and media alike.
The 2011 national festival was cancelled a month out and fans were placated with Counter Revolution, a mini-festival which experienced similar cancellations and behind-the-scenes crises to the intended event…

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John Lennon published poetry, Pearl Jam felt sick, and The Monkees were No. 1 Today in Music History.

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Singer Nicki Minaj has collaborated with rapper Drake for her new album “The Pink Print” because she’s a “massive fan” of his music. The “Pills N Potions” hitmaker has confirmed there will …

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The Hilltop Hoods have dropped the first single from their new album Walking Under Stars.

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The DJs, bands, dance nights and parties you need to plan for in the next seven days. We’ll feature more events on the blog throughout the week. Monday, June 23 Here’s your semi-regular reminder that D.C.’s coolest spaces are often most interesting on weeknights, not weekends. Last week, Den of Thieves got a little more exciting with the debut of the weekly Motown on Mondays…

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One of the most popular songs of all time, Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone,” could bring $1 million to $2 million at auction.

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New Music: Busta Rhymes – ‘Good Kisser (Remix)’Bang bang. Following Rick Ross and Mila J, Busta Rhymes becomes the latest artist to give Usher’s single “Good Kisser” the remix treatment. Bussa Bus unleashes some freaky rhymes and even incorporates his classic “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” on his intro verse…

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