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Imelda May reveals what Bono is REALLY like - after he helped with new album (EXCLUSIVE) + MORE

IMELDA MAY has spoken out in defence of U2 singer Bono, calling him one of the “most generous people I’ve ever met" - as her new album shows the previously rockabilly songstress going in a more mellow direction..... More »
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Bieber: ‘I just wanna live like Jesus’ + MORE

JUSTIN Bieber has opened up about his faith, his arrest, his ‘genius’ new album and that whole pissing in the bucket thing..... More »
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Charity single for Grenfell Tower released as Simon Cowell donates £100,000 + MORE

The cover version of Bridge Over Troubled Water, featuring Stormzy, Rita Ora, Robbie Williams and more, will raise money for survivors of the devastating fire – some who appear in a choir on the trackThe charity single for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire has been released, featuring a host .... More »
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A Tuesday in the life of rising stars + MORE

A FILMMAKER’S project has exceeded all hopes by cracking the festival big time..... More »
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EP REVIEW: Kingsley Flood, “To The Fire” + MORE

It’s been almost six months since the Boston-based band Kingsley Flood launched an innovative PledgeMusic drive to fund the entirety of its 2015 output — who needs record companies anyway? — and if the first fruits of that effort are any indication, those pledges are going to all the r.... More »
Young Fathers, Broken Bells and all the new album reviews – in one placeHere’s the complete round-up of all the new albums reviewed in the Guardian and Observer – so you don’t have to go huntingSo, you want a quick round-up of the albums we reviewed this weekend? Well, even if you didn’t, we’ve got one, so you don’t have to go scampering around two dozen different links finding out what we thought about the big releases as you plan your week’s listening…

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Edmunds.com, which tracks online response, said consideration of the Chrysler 200 more than doubled during Bob Dylan’s ad during the Super Bowl.

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New Music: Rick Ross “Oyster Perpetual”
Known for painting vivid luxurious images over soulful beats, Rick Ross returns to that sound on “Oyster Perpetual.” The Bawse taps into that side of his artistry over a smooth soundtrack, inviting listeners to baller lifestyle. Enjoy the new freebie from Rozay before his Mastermind album arrives on March 4…

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Lorde Cancels Australian Tour, Has Bigger Fish To FryLorde has pulled the plug on an Aussie festival performance and plans for another Down Under tour later this year, before fans of the New Zealand’s newest musical export even had a chance to know about them. Currently touring exclusively as part of the Laneway Festival, which hits Adelaide and Perth this weekend, the 17-year-old […]

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Neil Young more than most musicians, but both of them have had long, long stretches of producing inconsistent, largely forgettable work. I just can't give them the free pass. We want to know …

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Transition periods for artists vary greatly, depending in some part on the proximity of the “new” and “old” sounds an artist contributes to each record. London four-piece Bombay Bicycle Club play things a little too close to the rulebook: elements of their previous work (see Flaws and A Different Kind of Fix) flow very well with their new release, So Long, See You Tomorrow, but a repressed, uninspired, deceptive sensation tingles throughout…

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Nine times out of 10, if I heard a group of people were going around recording musicians’ performances live to 78 using a vintage direct-to-disc recorder, I’d roll my eyes and silently hope they choked on their mustache wax, but reading about The 78 Project gave me pause, because the folks behind it managed to rope in a lot of incredible talent — Richard Thompson, Loudon Wainwright III, Rosanne Cash, and Marshall Crenshaw appear, and that’s just on Side One…

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Mötley Crüe deny split despite final tour contractThe group have signed a legally binding agreement which prevents any further tours, but say they will continue to make music • Motley Crüe sign pact which assures no more reunions• Why Mötley Crüe’s demise benefits humanityDespite announcing their final, once-and-for-all farewell tour, Mötley Crüe are not splitting up…

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Lake Street Dive, 'Bad Self Portraits'; Mike Bloomfield, 'From His Head to His Heart to His Hands': Album reviewsStar-making moments don’t happen every day. But four months ago, a potentially big one took place for Rachael Price and her band Lake Street Dive.    

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From his early days busking in the streets of Australia to currently headlining shows around the globe, John Butler has evolved as a guitar player, singer, songwriter and human being. Whether backed by his stellar band or solo, his music is uplifting and powerful
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Green Day has always been guilty of over-thinking things.
It’s kind of been their dirty little secret; the reason they’ve always struggled with the follow-ups to their biggest albums (anyone rememberInsomniac or 21st Century Breakdown?), and why their career has followed the same cycle for nearly three decades now — a breakout, world-uniting album, a slow fade into the background, then a bracing, bold return to prominence…

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Justin Bieber reportedly ‘caught with strippers on sex tape’ Justin Bieber reportedly ‘caught with strippers on sex tape’

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Drive-By Truckers – “Made Up English Oceans” VideoWhen James Jackson Toth wrote our Counting Down: Drive-By Truckers Albums From Worst To Best, he called them “perhaps the greatest extant American rock and roll band.” That’s ludicrously high praise, but as DBT prepares to release their 10th full-length, English Oceans, it’s hard to think of too many extant American rock and roll bands that are demonstrably more deserving of such accolades…

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