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Taylor Swift countersuing DJ who allegedly groped her + MORE

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More Madonna songs from new album Rebel Heart leaked on the internet + MORE

Further 14 tracks, including collaboration with Pharrell Williams, reportedly online and follows leak last week of 13 demosMadonna’s festive season is proving less cheery all the time following reports on Christmas Day that 14 more tracks from her upcoming album, Rebel Heart, have been leaked onto.... More »
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Wu-Tang Album Buyer Martin Shkreli Accused of 'Misappropriating' More Than $1 Million + MORE

Martin Shkreli -- best known for attempting to price-gouge a life-saving AIDS drug and later buying Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind album Once Upon a....... More »
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Watch This Band Stop Their Show To Rip A Punter Who Hit A Woman + MORE

Back in April, we published a somewhat controversial list of 12 Ways To Be A Dickhead At A Gig. While readers didn’t agree with our every point, the one thing almost unanimously agreed upon as a way to be a major dickhead was pushing to the front after rocking up late. Pretty much every reason.... More »
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Psychedelic Folk Band Woods Focuses on New Material at Los Angeles Show + MORE

“Psychedelic” and “folk” are words often associated with New York band Woods, who have consistently released critically....... More »
Steven Tyler records voicemail for 'Tonight Show' audience memberSteven Tyler just made one fan’s voicemail a lot more interesting. The Aerosmith singer, 66, agreed to record the outgoing voicemail message for one lucky fan on Thursday’s “The Tonight Show.”

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Spotify Shoots Down Band's Silent Album Fundraising HackVulfpeck wanted to go on tour this fall, but didn’t want to charge their fans admission. So the funk group released Sleepify, a Spotify exclusive comprising 10 tracks filled with absolutely no sound (alternately, as band leader Jack Stratton describes it above: “the most silent album ever recorded”)…

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Lorde gives Dave Grohl hope for his kids, future of pop musicDave Grohl vividly remembers the first time he heard Lorde. "I was driving," he says. "My two daughters, Violet and Harper, who are 8 and 5 years old, started singing along.

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We love Mariah Carey and we’re psyched for her new album. But if you’re planning a surprise party, you might not want to put her in charge of the invite list. While MC might bring the glamour and flash, she’s kind of hazy on how the whole surprise thing works.
Case in point: in a new Billboard cover story, Mariah admits that her long-delayed new album is still a work in progress that has been held up by three singles (“Triumphant (Get Em),” “You’re Mine (Eternal)” and “The Art of Letting Go”)…

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Rita Ora has slammed the rumours that she bedded Jay-Z during her interview with DJ Envy on US radio station. When she was asked by The Breakfast Club presenter, DJ Envy about rumours of her bedding …

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One Direction "Where We Are" World Tour Set ListOne Direction kicked off their “Where We Are” world tour last night (April 25th) in Columbia.Curious to see what the British pop sensations are playing? Check out the set list from the show below.Dates for the North American leg of One Direction’s “Where We Are” world tour with 5 Seconds Of Summer can be found here…

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Robyn & Röyksopp Debut “Do It Again” On BBC Radio 1′s ‘Annie Mac’: Listen“I think that’s really good, that it has a vulnerability to it,” Robyn once said. While she was referring to a student-made robot modeled after her, as she found its still-jerky dance moves to be endearing, fans have likely said the same of her diva-as-robot persona. “Do It Again,” the title track of Robyn and Röyksopp‘s forthcoming mini-album, is no different…

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The Libertines to play intimate warm-up shows

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The Libertines to play intimate warm-up showsThe Libertines will be potentially playing warm-up shows ahead of their Hyde park reunion in July.
Carl Barat and Pete Doherty have confirmed that they are planning some intimate shows, similar to their gig at the Forum back in 2010, leading up to the large event this summer.
Doherty told the NME: “There’ll be a warm-up, and there might be a free one for people who can’t get into Hyde Park, maybe…

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New Music: Lil’ Boosie Feat. K. Michelle “Show The World (Remix)”
Lil’ Boosie fights the doubters on the official remix to his new single “Show the World.” Known for facing her own battles on the road to stardom, R&B songstress K. Michelle lends her powerful vocals on the uplifting song. Lil’ Boosie’s first post-prison LP Touchdown 2 Cause Hell is due July 15 via Atlantic Records…

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Sophie DeBattista releases 'So Damn Perfect'The talented singer/songwriter Sophie DeBattista has released her very first independent single So Damn Perfect. The song has

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Desperation is rarely quiet on Fanfarlo’s new album, “Let’s Go Extinct,” which briskly questions mankind’s long-term viability. The closing title track broods a bit, musing that “the world will go on without us.” But most of the songs feature lively rhythms and expansive melodies — as if the London sextet were throwing a going-away party for the human race, fueled by blaring trumpet, Latin syncopation, synth-pop flourishes and call-and-response vocals…

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News of boyband’s debut tour trends on Twitter…

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