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Warped Tour Announces Anberlin, Enter Shikari, And More

Warped Tour 2014Fuse TV has announced the latest batch of bands to play this year’s Warped Tour, and it includes Enter Shikari, Anberlin, IssuesSurvive This!, and Cute Is What We Aim For. Sadly, Enter Shikari will only play 7/9 through 8/3, and Anberlin will miss a chunk of dates in the middle, playing 6/14-7/6 and again 7/16-8/3. Check out the full lineup to date below. Continue reading ‘Warped Tour Announces Anberlin, Enter Shikari, And More’

Coachella 2014 Announced: Arcade Fire, OutKast, Muse

CoachellaCoachella has just revealed its 2014 lineup and, as anticipated, it’s packed with goodness, including the reunion of OutKast, who will headline along with Muse and Arcade Fire. Coachella fans will also have a chance to see Ellie Goulding, Queens of the Stone Age, Lorde, MGMT, Neutral Milk Hotel, Lana Del Rey and a ton more during the six day extravaganza. Check out the full lineup below.  Continue reading ‘Coachella 2014 Announced: Arcade Fire, OutKast, Muse’

Grammy Nominees Album To Include Lorde, Robin Thicke, Taylor Swift

Grammy AwardsIf you love artists like Lorde, Robin Thicke, Bruno Mars, and Taylor Swift, and would like to check out the 56th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in person, you might do well to pre-order the new Grammy Nominees album. Fans who pre-order before Jan. 20 not only get the solace of knowing that a portion of proceeds go towards benefiting the Grammy Foundation and MusiCares, but they’ll also be entered to win a trip to the awards ceremony on Jan. 26.

“For more than 20 years we have been creating some incredible editions of the Grammy Nominees album,”  Recording Academy president Neil Portnow says, “which again represents some of the great songs and talented artists that make up this year’s remarkable nominees.”

Check out the track list and decide for yourself.  Continue reading ‘Grammy Nominees Album To Include Lorde, Robin Thicke, Taylor Swift’

SXSW Announces Next Batch Of Artists

sxsw_2012-300x118Now that we’ve officially broken into the new year, SXSW is just around the corner. With the recent announcement of a whole new batch of bands that includes emerging acts like The Front Bottoms and OurStage artists Larry g(EE) and Bronze Radio Return, we can safely say this yet another stellar lineup worth seeing – or at least trying to see, amidst the SXSW chaos. Check out all the new additions below, and find your new favorite artist at SXSW from March 7-16 in Austin, TX. Continue reading ‘SXSW Announces Next Batch Of Artists’

Icona Pop Perform On ‘The Queen Latifah Show’

Icona PopIcona Pop recently took to the stage of Queen Latifah‘s daytime talk show to perform their new track, “Just Another Night.” The performance is pretty mellow, but kudos to the audience who get into a pretty good clapping rhythm. The band also talks about their plans to head out on extensive tours with Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry. And yes, there are twerking jokes. Check out the clip below.

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Ellie Goulding Releases “Goodness Gracious” Music Video

Ellie Goulding Light up shoes, skateboarding, and retro jackets may sound like something out of a ’90s video, but paired with balmy backdrops and Ellie Goulding‘s signature sound, the video for “Goodness Gracious” goes from kitschy to captivating almost instantly. The track comes off Goulding’s latest release, Halcyon Days, the deluxe version of 2012′s Halcyon. Check out the video below, and catch Goulding on a headlining spring tour this March.

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Morrissey Working On New Novel & Album

Morrissey123It looks like Morrissey has caught a bit of the ol’ writing bug. After releasing his autobiography last year, Morrissey is already hard at work on his first novel, and getting ready to record a new album. In many ways, he says, writing is more satisfying than the  music industry.

“It’s all, now, solely a question of marketing,” Morrissey answered in a Q&A with True To You earlier this month, “All success stories are safe and dreary, and you will never be taken by surprise by a hit song that sounds out of place. This is not just my view but the view of everyone I know.”

When asked about the new album, Morrissey noted that he’s already named one track after his favorite city, Istanbul. He even hinted at a David Bowie collaboration that sadly, may never be.

“A producer (Tony Visconti), who is a very close friend of David Bowie, tried to get both Bowie and I together to do our version of ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,’ with David doing the deep Bill Medley parts, and me doing the Bobby Hatfield shrieks,” he said. “I loved this idea, but David wouldn’t budge. I know I’ve criticized David in the past, but it’s all been snot-nosed junior high ribbing on my part. I think he knows that.”

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Fearless Records Announce ‘Punk Goes 90s Volume 2′

Fearless RecordsSometimes I think the Punk Goes… series will never die. And when I hear that Fearless Records has announced the second edition of Punk Goes 90s, I feel a little more at ease. Because, come on, who didn’t love the ’90s?

Although the full track listing and release date have yet to be revealed, Get Scared will lead the way with a cover of Lit‘s “My Own Worst Enemy” on January 7th. Check out the label’s teaser video, including a sample of Get Scared’s cover below.  Continue reading ‘Fearless Records Announce ‘Punk Goes 90s Volume 2′’

LMFAO Sued By Rick Ross

LMFAOYou just can’t have a bit of success anymore without someone suing you. Rick Ross and and Jermaine Jackson have filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against LMFAO over similarities between the band’s “Party Rock Anthem” lyrics and Ross’ song, “Everyday I’m Hustling.”

A lawsuit filed in Florida federal court states, “The use of Hustlin’ in ‘Party Rock Anthem’ is readily apparent, despite the slight change from ‘Everyday I’m hustlin’ …’ to ‘Everyday I’m shufflin’…” and constitutes, inter alia, the creation of an unauthorized derivative work.” The lawsuit goes on, “The phrase is so important to the success of ‘Party Rock Anthem,’ that LMFAO launched a highly successful clothing line, Party Rock Clothing, that features the phrase on T-shirts and other clothing items.”

You can read the full court document here, and listen to the two songs below. Continue reading ‘LMFAO Sued By Rick Ross’

Beyonce’s “XO” And The Challenger Disaster

BEYONCEOkay, we’ve got to at least mention this Beyonce-NASA beef.

Beyonce’s new release, her self-titled “visual album,” includes a song called “XO,” which incorporates audio from a NASA spokesman speaking directly after the devastating 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, in which the shuttle exploded shortly after liftoff, killing all seven people onboard.

In the sample, which starts the song, NASA public affairs officer Steve Nesbitt says, “Flight controllers here looking very carefully at the situation…Obviously a major malfunction.”

Both NASA and representatives of the astronauts’ families have been highly critical of the use of the sample.

“We were disappointed to learn that an audio clip from the day we lost our heroic Challenger crew was used in the song ‘XO,’” said June Scobee Rodgers, widow of Challenger Space Shuttle Commander Dick Scobee. “The moment included in this song is an emotionally difficult one for the Challenger families, colleagues and friends. We have always chosen to focus not on how our loved ones were lost, but rather on how they lived and how their legacy lives on today.”
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