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April 22 and the singer's latest effort Rumble has just surfaced. Much like lead single Jerk Ribs, the track's raw, slow-burning R&B vibe will definitely have fans coming back for seconds. Kelis' much-anticipated sixth LP pairs the Milkshake singer
NYKareem Bunton is from Kentucky but has made the Brooklyn music scene his home. Perhaps inspired by the success his younger brother, Jaleel Bunton, was having as the drummer in TV On The Radio, Kareem assembled a band called Kareem Bunton & The
The new program is an attempt to resuscitate the site's reputation as an ally for artists. In a bid to cut through the noise of an altered Internet landscape, and resuscitate its reputation as an ally for artists, the new Myspace has launched a
Telepathe, now-editor-in-chief Matthew Schnipper wrote: Their music has more in common with the do-it-yourselfness of self-taught beatmaker Soulja Boy than former tourmates !!! (You can tell it's an old story because the post tells you to read it
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Biting back Mosquito by Yeah Yeah Yeahs The record is called Mosquito and is due on 16 April, but the point of contention is the artwork. Designed by South Korean-born animator Beomsik Shimbe Shim , the image seems like a hideous Pixar outtake: a
Earlier this month we got our first listen of the new How To Destroy Angels single Keep It Together , the first from the forthcoming EP release An Omen . Today we get to hear a remix of Keep It Together created by Dave Sitek of TV On the Radio .
News in pictures Arts & Ents blogs We've all had that horrible moment when you're in the cinema, you've scoped out the best view, snugg... If you were still on a downer following the close of the 2012 Olympics, you needed to watch the Para... One
Jenga," as one lass quipped, and stumbling down Market toward the nearly nude dude ordering a bacon dog from a cart. "Alcohol and a parade are too much to handle," slurred a nearby twinklekin. Sure, Pride has kind of become S.F.'s pro-sex Mardi Gras ,
A lot can happen in four years. In Santigold's case, it's been a rise to stardom and a name change. But now the singer formerly known as Santogold is finally back, following up her debut album with Master of My Make-Believe. Recorded in Los Angeles,