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Dave Chappelle has quietly announced a headlining comedy tour + MORE

After a lengthy hiatus from comedy, Dave Chappelle has slowly but surely made his return to the stage. He headlined, somewhat controversially, the 2013 installment of the Oddball Festival, which he followed up last year with a star-studded residency at Radio City Music Hall. Now, he’s quietly .... More »
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Carly Rae Jepsen debuts 'I Really Like You' music video starring Tom Hanks, Justin Bieber + MORE

The star-studded video for Carly Rae Jepsen’s new single, "I Really Like You," is here and it is adorable.The video starts with Tom Hanks, following the actor as he wakes up in the morning, interacts with fans on the street and rides in a taxi, lip-syncing the catchy pop song throughout.Jepsen fin.... More »
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Country music's saddest stories of 2015 + MORE

2015 was a tough year for country music..... More »
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John Legend Named First Recipient of New Social Justice Award + MORE

John Legend is expected on a Massachusetts college campus this week to receive a social justice award. The singer-songwriter becomes the first....... More »
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Abba announce new 'virtual and live experience' for 2018 + MORE

Swedish superstars keep details sparse of project with producer Simon Fuller, but say ‘time machine’ will use the latest virtual reality technologyIt still seems unlikely a full public Abba reunion will ever happen, but the Swedish quartet are pushing themselves back towards the spotlight. Four .... More »
Frank Ocean Is Basically A MermanLast night Frank Ocean posted a selfie to Tumblr that simultaneously gave us the gift of his brand new blue ’do—and endless opportunities for aquatic puns. The L.A. singer shared a photo of his cobalt-colored hair with the caption “LONG LIVE SEAPUNK ” meaning, yes, a person with the last name “ocean” is going seapunk…

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5 Seconds of Summer performs July 21 at Concord, July 22 at Shoreline.

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Spotify could join the likes of Google and Microsoft as it looks toward deep learning to improve its recommendations.
While its music recommendation technology already uses intelligent machine learning algorithms built by Spotify Tech Lead Erik Bernhardsson, an academic researcher working from Spotify’s New York office has been researching deep learning to pull up songs based on their content…

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Camp Flog Gnaw 2014 Lineup

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Camp Flog Gnaw 2014 LineupLast year, Kanye West made a surprise appearance at Odd Future’s Camp Flog Gnaw carnival/festival. But this year, the superstar appearances (or some of them, anyway) have been announced ahead of time. Odd Future’s fest will come to the Park at L.A. Coliseum 11/8. And while all the non-Frank Ocean members of Odd Future (including Tyler, The Creator and Earl Sweatshirt) are on the bill, they’re not headlining…

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Nicki Minaj Goes Behind the Scenes of ‘Anaconda’ Video
Oh my God, look at her butt. There were plenty of cheeks clapping on set of Nicki Minaj’s bootylicious video for her Sir Mix-a-Lot-sampled single “Anaconda.” The voluptuous vixen transforms a soundstage into the rainforest while she and some Big Booty Judys shake things up.
In between scenes with her sexy co-stars, she gets drunk and busts out a hilarious Caribbean accent…

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Album Releases – August 8

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Here’s a list of albums released in Australia this week.

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Today is 8/8, and with it comes our first taste of Foo Fighters’ eighth studio album. It’s just eight seconds in length — anyone else sensing a theme here ? — but it’s certainly a promising listen. “All rise!” Dave Grohl screams, his vocals sounding as impressive as ever…

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Beyoncé to perform at MTV VMAs

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Beyoncé to perform at MTV VMAsGet ready for a night of Beyoncé history. Queen Bey is set to perform at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. and will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, MTV announced Thursday.

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Serge Pizzorno admits that he would like to collaborate with Kanye WestKasabian’s Serge Pizzorno wants to collaborate with Kanye West, claiming that the results would be insane”.
Pizzorno, the Leicester band’s guitarist and songwriter, has revealed his admiration for the rapper and admitted that he would like to work alongside the star on some music in the future…

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The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC: Back in Black (Feature)It’s one of the biggest selling albums of all time and, according to former Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum, “the greatest resurrection of a band in history”. But how much of Back in Black was the work of the late Bon Scott?

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She & Him Return With Soft Rock and Soft-Focus Teaser VideoFolk-pop pair She & Him are plotting a new album, it’d seem. Today, Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward shared the old-timey 44-second teaser above which, visually, yields no more than a cryptic pan down onto a view of the <a href="https://www…

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Ian Smith talks to Siân Ranscombe about the success of the Gilbert & Sullivan Festival

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Why Bad Album Reviews Are Good For Artists, With The Internet’s Busiest Music NerdMeet Anthony Fantano, the (self-professed) ‘internet’s busiest music nerd’, who since launching his website and vlog The Needle Drop in 2007 has fast become one of the most respected and talked about music critics of today.  The Connecticut born Fantano’s incredible cult following includes over 325,000 Youtube subscribers and 50 million views, pretty impressive stats for a guy whole […]

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