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Michael Jackson’s “Do You Know Where Your Children Are?”: Listen + MORE

The moment every Michael Jackson fan/critic has been dreading/waiting for: the infamous “song about sexual abuse” is here. Luckily, upon first listen, “Do You Know Where Your Children Are?” is not cloying or patronizing or off-putting, and is quite good! It turns out the so.... More »
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Outside Lands 2015: 5 picks for the festival + MORE

You know about Elton John and the other big headliners, but who else should you see at the festival?.... More »
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Sonic shards and dance-fuelled beats from Jaga Jazzist in London + MORE

The Norwegian collective’s Roundhouse gig showcased their synth-fuelled multi-instrumentalism.... More »
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Madonna clarifies controversial comments from Women's March speech + MORE

The singer insists she was promoting peace and love in her speech..... More »
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Watch Arcade Fire Cover the Smiths' 'London' in London + MORE

Another day, another Arcade Fire cover of a classic local track. As the Canadian sextet's Reflektor tour continues toward Glastonbury, they've picked back up their tradition of doing covers with some local significance....... More »
Taking place Aug. 8-10, the 25th San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, offers a strong Latin and Latin jazz lineup, including the brilliant Cuban percussionist Pedrito Martinez and his band; Salsa trombonist Jimmy Bosch; and veteran trumpeter-conguero Jerry González with his Fort Apache Band. The event also will feature funk stars Bootsy Collins and Con Funk Shun.

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No Direction? 1D labelled copycats

– www.dailytelegraph.com.au

AN Australian film production company has accused One Direction of plagiarism, angering the boy band’s loyal fans.

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New MOJO cover stars go to next level on psych-rocking eighth album. Taste the interview!
The post The Black Keys: “Underdogs” No More appeared first on MOJO.

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DRUMSTRONG Rhythm & Arts festival is teaming up with Relix Magazine to raise awareness and funds in support of cancer survivorship, education and research globally through its annual rhythm gathering.

The offer includes a full year subscription to the publication at a reduced rate of more than 70% off the cover price for all DRUMSTRONG ticket buyers…

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‘Artifact,’ which documents his band’s battle with its record label, airs Saturday.

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Blonde babe tells MTV News US that she had to master two different languages to portray Mia Grey…

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has reportedly revealed his rock-star side in a short video clip, as he grabs his guitar and puts on his aviator shades to show to the world what he was really born to …

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Mariah Carey planning secret album releaseMariah Carey is pulling a Beyoncé. The 44-year-old singer is readying her 14th album for release, and she’s planning to drop is suddenly, she tells Billboard magazine. “I have to be the once that announces this, especially the title,” Carey said.

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Lorde illness: Buble's touring challengeMichael Buble admits it’s tough on top in the wake of Lorde quitting her Australian tour.

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ArtsBeat: Tracking Future and Hip-Hop’s GrowlersBen Ratliff and Jon Caramanica discuss the rapper Future and the evolution of vocal style in hip-hop.

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The former Beatle announces he will perform the final concert at the venue that marked the Beatles’ final ticketed concert.

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McBusted, O2 Arena: 'relentless fun'

– www.telegraph.co.uk

Are a combined Busted and McFly the best sixth-form band in the world, wonders James Lachno

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This week’s playlist features music from Grace Jones, Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Adele, and more.
Read more: The Rolling Stones, Louis Bellson, Earl “Fatha” Hines, Jens Lekman, Gabriel Yared, Nada Surf, Calexico, Danielle Evin, Geggy Tah, Under Byen, Radiohead, Music, Retic, Billy Preston, Tears for Fears, Benmont Tench, mp3s, Zoë Keating, Ray Lamontagne, Blakroc, Phil Ramone, Screaming Trees, Marc Streitenfeld, Quiet Hounds, Dog Ears, Entertainment News

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