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Rumsey Playfield, NYC 01/07/15
Manchester International Festival
No Life For Me
Dodge & Burn will be released both as a regular album and as Vault Package #25. [read more]
"Following an incredible 10th edition of the festival last year, we are thrilled to announce our first headliner for 2015 as Godspeed You! Black Emperor." [read more]
Choreographed by Wayne McGregor with a scenario created by visual artist Olafur Eliasson, Tree of Codes features dancers from both the Paris Opéra Ballet and McGregor's Random Dance Company. [read more]
It's out at the end of this week on 10 July, and reflects a collection of songs in which they gave themselves complete freedom over the writing and recording process. [read more]
Weekly sales at their lowest for NME, so it's been made free and given a circulation boost of 300,000. [read more]
The news of this release arrives after it was confirmed that Lil Wayne had joined Tidal as an "artist owner" of the streaming service. [read more]
He was inspired by the French mime Marcel Marceu. [read more]
We've got a fine selection for you this week, from the dreamy return of Beach House, all the way through to the important message found in Blood Orange's 'Do You See My Skin Through The Flames?'. If you can't find something you like below, you've probably landed on this website by accident. [read more]
It would be a shame to make this all about Rihanna, but we're going to. HOLY HELL, WHAT A MUSIC VIDEO. As Aimee Cliff noted on popular social media tool, "Twitter", "sometimes women make music videos and they're not feminist manifestos or guides on how be good humans they're just videos and they're cool." Preach. [read more]
"Rather [than] going out here and doing the murders myself, I want to express myself in a positive light the same way other artists are doing." [read more]
The singer posted a snippet of lead single 'Guardian' (which should be out before the end of 2015), along with some Pussy-Riot-looking visuals. [read more]
The 405's Ken Grand-Pierre got to sit with Anna Jackson (aka Kubalove) to find out how she makes her music and how releasing music has affected her world. [read more]
Hey, if you thought last quarter was a good quarter for albums then get ready to alter your opinion drastically. It's all about this quarter. What with the likes of noisemakers HEALTH, actual rockstars Foals, and the fast-rising talent that is Skylar Spence (fka Saint Pepsi) set to release albums in the coming three months, this quarter is gonna be the quarter to end all quarters. [read more]
"There will never be Beastie Boys live performances without Adam Yauch," a Beastie Boys representative says. [read more]
It would be a shame to make this all about Rihanna, but we're going to. HOLY HELL, WHAT A MUSIC VIDEO. As Aimee Cliff noted on popular social media tool, "Twitter", "sometimes women make music vide...
The red-and-blue fushia-indigo artwork for MIAMIGO's Hard To Love EP comes to life in this video.
From the rapper's upcoming debut El Clasico.
"I'm not Martin Luther King," Rodman proclaims in the excerpt.
Anthems for Doomed Youth is due out on September 4th.
Ken Grand-Pierre spent an evening with Basement Jaxx on New York.
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