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Rolling Stone
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2018 

Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan Preps 2019 Solo Album

Bassist collaborated with producer Shooter Jennings on “musical follow-up” to 2015 book How to Be a Man (and Other Illusions)
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Stereogum
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Doves Announce First Show In 9 Years

The year was 2000. I had just begun my junior year of high school. I was at Newport Music Hall on Ohio State campus, seeing P.O.D. in one of the last vestiges of my adolescent nu-metal fixation, when I picked up my first copy of CMJ New Music Monthly. 
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NME
Wednesday, 5 Dec 2018 

Taking Back Sunday Share New Single And Announce 2019 UK Tour

Taking Back Sunday have shared a new single and confirmed a raft of UK headline dates due to take place next summer.
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NME
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Release Date For Motley Crüe's Biopic 'The Dirt' Announced

The release date for Motley Crüe's highly-anticipated biopic The Dirt has been confirmed.
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Stereogum
Monday, 3 Dec 2018 

Travis Scott Has The #1 Album And Single In America This Week

Travis Scott's Astroworld came out exactly four months ago today. The album already spent two weeks atop the Billboard 200 albums chart, but it may have reached its zenith just now: Not only has the album climbed back to #1 for a third nonconsecutive week, its big hit single has risen to #1 on the Hot 100 at the same time. 
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Pitchfork
2 hr 16 min ago

Deafheaven's George Clarke Talks Grammy Nomination, Inclusivity In Meta...

“It's surreal to have a band like ours making the music that we make be recognized on that kind of a level.”
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Billboard
2 hr 50 min ago

Endeavor Names Mark Shapiro As President

Mark Shapiro has been promoted to president of Endeavor, the company announced on Monday. He previously has served as IMG's chief content...
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Billboard
2 hr 58 min ago

Kid Koala And Trixie Whitley Share Interstellar 'All For You' Video:...

A serendipitous meeting with Trixie Whitley led Kid Koala to make her the featured voice on his upcoming Music To Draw To: io, the second in a...
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Billboard
3 hr 19 min ago

Jilted Investor Sues Tencent Music On Eve Of IPO

Chinese investor Hanwei Guo has taken legal action against Tencent Music Entertainment co-president Guomin Xie, alleging the executive of coercing...
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Billboard
1 hr 32 min ago

Club Owners Being Investigated Over Fatal Italian Concert Stampede

Italian prosecutors say eight people are under investigation so far in connection to a stampede at a packed nightclub that killed six people, five of...
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Billboard
5 hr 45 min ago

Get To Know 'Drip Too Hard' Rapper Gunna: Watch

In this week’s episode of “You Should Know,” Billboard sat down with rapper Gunna to get to know a bit more about him. Gunna, who...
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Billboard
4 hr 59 min ago

Brandon Stansell Talks Emotional 'Hometown' Video & Being Openly Gay...

Country music may not be known for being inclusive to LGBTQ artists, but rising musician Brandon Stansell is redefining the genre one soulful...
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Billboard
7 hr 12 min ago

Yo Gotti Previews Upcoming Album 'Trapped' At Miami's Art Basel:...

As the madness of Art Basel transpired outside of Miami last week, Yo Gotti teased his next work of art: his forthcoming album, Trapped. After...
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Pitchfork
4 hr 30 min ago

New Fyre Festival Documentary Coming To Netflix: Watch The Trailer

“A first-hand look into the disastrous crash of Fyre as told by the organizers themselves”
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Billboard
5 hr 15 min ago

Ariana Grande Adds More Dates To Sweetener World Tour

Ariana Grande announced she will be adding even more shows to her upcoming Sweetener World Tour today (Dec. 10). Due to overwhelming demand from fans...
"The airplane stays up because it doesn't have the time to fall." - Orville Wright
December 10, 2018   Ancient China -- Since the beginning of time, mankind has looked up at birds (and to a lesser extent bugs) and marveled at their ability to soar across the sky. Humans...
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NME
10 hr 51 min ago

Neil Young Apologises For British Summer Time Festival's "massive Fuck...

“I had no idea the announcement was coming that day," he claims Neil Young performs live Neil Young has hit out at organisers of Hyde Park’s British Summer Time festival, saying that the announcement of his upcoming show with Bob Dylan was “a massive fuck up”. Read More: Bob Dylan versus Neil Young – who will win Hyde Park’s 2019 battle of the old geezers? Last month, it was announced that Young […] The post Neil Young apologises for British Summer Time festival’s “massive fuck up” over Bob Dylan co-headline show appeared first on NME.
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Billboard
7 hr 55 min ago

This Week In Billboard Chart History: In 2008, Beyonce Locked Down No. 1 On...

Your weekly recap celebrating significant milestones from more than seven decades of Billboard chart history. Dec. 10, 1966The Beach Boys earned one...
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Billboard
8 hr ago

Brett Young On New Album, 'Ticket To LA': 'I Wouldn't Change...

Last year, Brett Young unabashedly shared his story of heartbreak on his self-titled debut album and parlayed his misery into three No. 1s on...
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NME
7 hr 13 min ago

Camp Bestival Announce 2019 Headliners And Line-up

Camp Bestival's back... Jess Glynne and The Human League Jess Glynne and The Human League have been announced as the headliners for Camp Bestival 2019. The family focused festival will return to Dorset’s Lulworth Castle from 25-28 July next year, with the announcement coming only months after it was plunged into financial uncertainty. As well as the two headliners, Camp Bestival will also feature […] The post Camp Bestival announce 2019 headliners and line-up appeared first on NME.
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NME
9 hr 24 min ago

Johnny Marr Gives London An 'English Indie Panic Attack' By Playing...

"I would go out tonight..." Johnny Marr live Johnny Marr ended his 2018 tour with an intimate show at EartH in London last night, performing The Smiths‘ classic ‘This Charming Man’ live for the first time as a solo artist. To cap off the tour for his acclaimed 2018 album ‘Call The Comet‘, Marr played a lively show in Hackney with a set […] The post Johnny Marr gives London an ‘English indie panic attack’ by playing The Smiths’ ‘This Charming Man’ live for the first time as a solo artist appeared first on NME.
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Billboard
10 hr 18 min ago

Savage Garden's Catalogue Snapped Up By Sony Music

Savage Garden’s catalogue of recorded works has shifted to Sony Music in a global deal that includes the chart-dominating Aussie pop-duo...
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Billboard
14 hr 50 min ago

NCT 127 Score First No. 1 On World Digital Song Sales With 'Simon Says'

After scoring their first-ever Billboard 200 album entry in October with Regular-Irregular, NCT 127 earn their next chart accomplishment with ...
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Billboard
15 hr 31 min ago

Buju Banton Free After Federal Drug Sentence

Reggae star Buju Banton is free after serving seven years in federal prison on drug charges. Banton was convicted in a federal courtroom in Florida...
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Your EDM
17 hr 47 min ago

Insomniac Unveils 'Insomniac Music Group' Label Services For Artists

It’s a big day for Insomniac, as the company has announced Insomniac Music Group. Moving forward, the in-house record label services group will oversee music operations including management and distribution for established and upcoming artists alike. Insomniac currently provides services to Chris Lake’s Black Book Records, Fisher’s Catch & Release, NGHTMRE & SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations and more. […] This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Insomniac Unveils ‘Insomniac Music Group’ Label Services For Artists
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NME
9 hr 44 min ago

Buzzcocks Back Campaign To Get 'Ever Fallen In Love...' To Number One After Pete Shelley's...

"Help us salute Pete!"Buzzcocks singer Pete Shelley Manchester punk icons Buzzcocks have backed a campaign to get their seminal hit ‘Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)’ to Number One after the death of their frontman Pete Shelley. READ MORE: Pete Shelley: a musical pioneer who gave us lusty, essential punk pop The online campaign has been backed by more than […] The post Buzzcocks back campaign to get ‘Ever Fallen in Love…’ to Number One after Pete Shelley’s death appeared first on NME.