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Video: Lady Gaga – “Million Reasons” + MORE

Lady Gaga has released the video for Joanne cut "Million Reasons." The visuals keep in line with the emotionally vulnerable themes running throughout the LP. Gaga is seen making contemplative gestures while she gets assisted in the makeup room, and she's consoled after thrashing about in the de.... More »
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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 »
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What Taylor Swift's Best Friend Thinks About Calvin Harris + MORE

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are about as close as tour mates and collaborators can be..... More »
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Confluence of gharanas at three-day music-dance fest + MORE

Arts Circle will organise a three-day Hindustani music-cum-dance festival to mark its platinum jubilee year at Ramnath Mangal Karyalaya premises at Bhagyanagar (near Hari Mandir) here from ....... More »
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CD Review: Blur, “The Magic Whip” + MORE

If you have heard Parklife, The Great Escape, or Modern Life Is Rubbish, you’ll probably still enjoy the British band Blur’s latest, The Magic Whip, but there will be little denying what a pastiche of themselves the record represents. A lot of the blame is sure to fall on the shoulders o.... More »

‘Spinal Tap’ all too real for some

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DEFECATING snakes, vomiting clowns and porn mishaps … Heavy metal’s top stars reveal their most disgusting and bizarre “Spinal Tap” moments.

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Rap Songs of the Week: James Blake's Trippy Remix of Kendrick Lamar's 'm.A.A.d city'DENA, “Bad Timing”Bulgarian rapper and singer DENA is a faux-naive chanteuse, like Nico if she were raised on the conversational, occasionally bleating bombast of M.I.A. In 2014 and hip-hop’s anything-goes mindset, viewing DENA as an “outsider” makes no sense at all, even if her introspective rattling, “skillz”-be-damned spitting troubles the genre’s gatekeepers…

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The Avalanches Lose Band Member, But New Album “Sounds Awesome”That rarest of album news, fresh information on a new record from The Avalanches, has been spotted in the wild. Though each passing year seems to contain a new rumour that the Australian mashup maestros will finally be releasing the long-awaited follow-up to their legendary 2000 debut LP, Since I Left You, the last 12 months […]

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Man takes selfie every day for 24 yearsForget about Kim Kardashian — this Boston artist is the REAL king of the selfie. For the last two-and-half decades, Karl Baden has snapped a self-portrait of himself every single day.    

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Bruce Springsteen shifted his tour further down under to New Zealand last night after several shows in Australia. To kick off the festivities, The Boss started the show with a solo acoustic version of Lorde’s wildly popular chart-topper, “Royals.” Lorde, a New Zealand native, took home Song of the Year at this years Grammy Awards for the song…

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Bruce Springsteen Covers Lorde’s “Royals”: WatchBruce Springsteen opened his March 1 concert at Auckland, New Zealand, by covering Lorde‘s “Royals.” His solo, acoustic version contained a few choice edits — you can call him King Bee, for one — and would stray from the original’s melody, but it also showed why he related overall to the Pure Heroine anthem…

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David Bowie's catharsis in divided Berlin revealed in adapted V&A showV&A’s fastest-selling show to open in Berlin – a city that has had a profound effect on the singer’s music and thinkingIt was the fastest-selling show the Victoria and Albert Museum has ever staged. But when the David Bowie Is exhibition moves to Berlin this summer, there will be a few notable tweaks…

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Oscars 2014 By The Numbers: Impress Your Friends With Our Handy InfographicNumbers aren’t everything … they’re the only thing. Just ask Jordan Belfort or the crew from “American Hustle.”
With that in mind, MTV News decided to put together this infographic breaking down all the numbers you need to know for the 2014 Oscars but were too afraid to ask (or too lazy to look up)…

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Photos of the Day: March 2

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In today’s pictures, a man covers his face in oil and soot in preparation for a festival in Spain, ultraorthodox Jewish men dance at a rally in Jerusalem, a protester is detained during a demonstration in Russia, and more.

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Beck made his long-awaited return to Saturday Night Live last night. His first appearance in eight years, and seventh to date, came in support of his new album, Morning Phase. He first performed a reverb-heavy rendition of “Blue Moon” accompanied by a band that included Father John Misty’s J…

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Fergie now mostly wears low heels

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Singer Fergie says her heels have become lower now. “My everyday heels have become lower. But on the other hand I’m still a woman – and women like to dress up – so high heels are still very much in …

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‘Spinal Tap’ all too real for some

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DEFECATING snakes, vomiting clowns and porn mishaps … Heavy metal’s top stars reveal their most disgusting and bizarre “Spinal Tap” moments.

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The North Carolinian neo-traditionalists the Avett Brothers excel in a format that should go down as unfussily as Southern comfort food: close-in harmonies, lyrics full of homespun wisdom and time-honored, rough-edged acoustic instrumentation. They are steeped in old folk and bluegrass but compose with the vibrancy and relevance of contemporary indie rockers…

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