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  • Pansexual, Agender Hip Hop Star Angel Haze Talks MTV, Injustice And New Music

    A year before Cali-native Kendrick Lamar claimed that he was the king of the Big Apple, a bold Detroit native rapper intrigued the hip-hop community by declaring that they*, in fact, 'ran New York'. Angel Haze, emerging from the mixtape circuit, had started to make a name for themselves with their…

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  • Music Megastars Team Up to Launch Streaming Service Tidal

    A phalanx of chart-topping stars from across genres joined forces in the loading dock of New York City's biggest post office today to launch the newly artist-owned high-definition streaming service Tidal. Like a scene out of a pop-music version of The Avengers, 16 hit-makers – Alicia Keys, Arcade…

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  • Stream Corey Smith on Yahoo Live Now!

    Tune in Mar. 30th to watch Corey Smith perform LIVE on Yahoo Screen! #YahooLive. The way Corey Smith sees it he owes a debt to his fans. The project, released on Sugar Hill Records, marks the first time that the singer-songwriter, a wildly popular touring artist who has produced all of his past…

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    Top Shots (Week of March 30, 2015) (7 photos)

    Miss any of the week's most memorable celeb moments like Angelina Jolie's Kids' Choice Awards dates or Josh Gad and Justin Theroux's awkward hug ? Check out Top Shots!

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  • Music Festivals Ban Selfie Sticks

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — You can bring your beach towels and floral headbands, but forget that selfie stick if you're planning to go to the Coachella or Lollapalooza music festivals.The devices, which grasp cellphones to allow people to take pictures of themselves farther away from their faces, are…

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  • Curbed National: OK Go's New Furniture Ad is as Trippy as Their Music Videos

    Screenshot via Youtube Alternative rock band OK Go recently lent their talent for quirky over-the-top music videos to a Chinese furniture company, resulting in what may be the most fun and elaborate furniture commercial ever. This 1:46 ad for Red...

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  • Eliane Elias enjoys musical homecoming on new CD

    Eliane Elias, "Made in Brazil" (Concord Jazz)

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  • Eric Church, Kacey Musgraves Lead Willie Nelson's Fourth of July Picnic

    In 1973, just four years after Woodstock, the most iconic American music festival of its kind, country star Willie Nelson hosted his first-ever Fourth of July Picnic in Dripping Springs, Texas, just outside the state's capital city of Austin. In 2015, for the first time in five years, the…

    Rolling Stone
  • Stream Toro y Moi's Fuzzy, Guitar-Driven New LP 'What For?'

    Chaz Bundick has taken another unexpected detour with his fourth album, What For? The 10-track LP, the writer-producer's latest under the Toro y Moi moniker, is full of fuzz-pedal guitars, soulful rhythms and classic rock chord changes — a change of pace from his previous forays into chillwave and…

    Rolling Stone
  • 50 Years of A Love Supreme and 50 More

    Rarely do artists dead for nearly 50 years manage to continue to influence the music industry today. Sam Cooke, Eddie Cochran, Cole Porter, and so many more formidable musicians who died in the 1960's still sell music today, but few come close to the voracity of John Coltrane's music-selling…

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  • De La Soul is using Kickstarter to make their first album in 11 years

    It's weirdly humbling to see De La Soul — that is, Posdnous, Dave, and Maseo — explain in the simplest terms who they are in a Kickstarter description. The album's estimated delivery?

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  • New backward-compatible audio file format can split songs into four tracks

    Native Instruments — best known for its DJ and music production software — is rolling out a new royalty-free audio format that could be a big deal for professional and amateur remixers alike. The format, Stems, can store up to four individual tracks within a single mixed file, which means that…

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  • Music Review: Darius Rucker shines on 4th country album

    Darius Rucker, "Southern Style" (Capitol Nashville)

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  • What Sufjan Stevens Does Better Than Any Other 'Christian Music' Star

    In a 2003 episode of South Park, Eric Cartman sets out on a quest to make a platinum record, and decides the easiest route will be to start a Christian band. It’s pretty simple, after all. Just take a bunch of popular songs and copy them, but don’t forget to mention God a few times. Cartman does…

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  • China's Alibaba signs digital distribution deal with music rights group BMG

    Germany's BMG music rights company said on Monday it had signed a music digital distribution deal with China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N), as the world's largest e-commerce firm firms up its bid to become a digital media empire. The deal, one of the first in China made by a major music…

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  • Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton Kiss, Show Support for Little Big Town

    Add this to your list of relationship goals! Country superstars Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert shared a sweet moment on Sunday as they kissed and wore matching Little Big Town "Girl Crush" hats. Lambert, 31, captioned the pic on Twitter, "We love @littlebigtown #girlcrush." I got a song crush!…

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  • The Biggest Names In Music Just Announced A New Streaming Service

    NEW YORK (AP) — Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce and Jay Z are among the A-List musicians who are co-owners of Tidal, a streaming service being billed as the first artist-owned platform for music and video.The membership-based service — similar to subscription service Spotify — will provide music and…

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  • Exclusive: Hear Full Devil Jacket's 'Valley of Bones' Album In Its Entirety

    It has been more than a decade since Full Devil Jacket delivered its first self-titled album, but that large gap of time doesn't faze frontman Josh Brown. "I would say it picks up where that record left off, only 15 years later," he says with a laugh about Valley of Bones (out March 31, eOne…

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