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Courtney Barnett + Phoebe Bridgers Perform Together

Since the Newport Folk Festival, like almost every other festival, had to postpone this year’s event. But it still held a virtual livestream that featured a sweet performance of Gillian Welch’s “Everything Is Free” by Courtney Barnett and Phoebe Bridgers on Sunday (Aug. 2). Set up in their respective homes in Los Angeles and Melbourne, […]

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New Video: 6ix9ine “PUNANI” | Rap Radar

Free at last. 6ix9ine is finally off house arrest and celebrates the occasion with a new single. Just hours after being filmed this morning, Tekashi premiers the celebratory video. Ditching the rainbow colored hair, the controversial rapper rides through New York on top of a Lambo, kicks it with his entourage and security in the […]

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Fancy Hagood Relaunches With “Don’t Blink”

If anyone deserves a happy ending, it’s Fancy Hagood. The singer/songwriter, formerly known as Who Is Fancy, really went through it during his short stint at a major label. Not only was he subject to one of the more questionable marketing campaigns in recent memory (his identity was withheld until “Goodbye” was a radio hit), […]

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Watch Hayley Williams Play 'Simmer' on Her Back Porch

Hayley Williams has been gifting us with all sorts of covers during quarantine, but on Sunday the Paramore singer decided to use the latest installment of her “self-serenade” Instagram series to play a stripped-down version of one of her own solo songs — “Simmer” — on her back porch. “this song came out 6 hundred years […]

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The Vamps Return With Rollicking “Married In Vegas”

After churning our four albums between 2014 and 2018, The Vamps took a well-earned break. During their mini-hiatus, the UK pop/rock band recalibrated their sound and slowly pieced together their fifth LP. Cherry Blossom drops October 16 and it’s shaping up to be essential listening on the strength of “Married In Vegas.” Produced by LOSTBOY, […]

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Nile Rodgers, The 1975, Lily Allen & More Sign Open Letter Combating Hate in the Music Industry

More than 700 members of the UK music industry, including artists, managers, record label execs, agents, songwriters and producers, have joined forces and signed an open letter vowing to combat hate. “In recent months through a series of events and incidents, the anti-black racists and antisemites, plus those who advocate islamophobia, xenophobia, homophobia and transphobia, have […]

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