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Just over a week from now, on Friday March 31st, Bob Dylan will issue his first-ever triple album, Triplicate. In celebration of the release, a selection of songs from the massive collection can be streamed below courtesy of NPR.com. The Nobel laureate's new album is a celebration of significant

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Trap Beckham is in the game, and to many he's already way ahead of the pack. Following a couple of early tracks, "Top of the Line" and "Ohh She Thick", he received enough attention to tour local colleges around his home in Florida where he earned the name "The Golden Boy Of The Hood" — a

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It's been almost two years since Kendrick Lamar dropped his seminal To Pimp A Butterfly. But a new LP may be just around the corner. This morning Kendrick posted a photo to his Instagram with the Roman numeral for four; IV. There was nothing else to the image — no writing, no link, nada. What

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Earlier this week we heard that Gorillaz licensed a whole bunch of new music — which offered an insight into the shape of the upcoming album, and the guest artists who'd be featured on the project. They'd previously released "Hallelujah Money", a politically charged track with Benjamin

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JoLivi cites Alanis Morissette and Gwen Stefani as heroines, and while she does share some of the hook-heavy sensibilities to songwriting, it is more her social awareness that the Hawaiian singer shares with those women. Her approach to electro-pop and radio-friendly tunes is built on a broader

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Tennis hails from Denver, Colorado. The husband-and-wife duo made up of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley make the kind of indie pop that is reflective of today's issues as well as a joy to listen to. On their new album, Yours Conditionally, the band speaks directly, if somewhat sarcastically, about

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Chuck Berry made his final concert appearance on October 15th, 2014. The event was three days shy of his 88th birthday and was held at St. Louis' Blueberry Hill. Reports of the final performance was that it was a pretty rough experience. The sound was off, Berry struggled to hear, and as a result he

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Each year festivals seem to become more and more popular, reaching what we expect to be the final peak each summer, but then the next year comes around and the lineups get bigger, more festivals appear, and we just keep buying tickets. 2017's edition of Lollapalooza is no different. The annual

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Radiohead are the focus of some sweet rumors sweeping the industry, as speculation around their plans to play a special set during Glastonbury 2017 heats up. It's being rumored that the band will be playing a set to honor the twentieth anniversary of their third album, OK Computer — a seminal

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Record Store Day is back on April 22nd and with it comes some tastier than usual exclusives. Yesterday, RSD revealed the extensive list of limited edition vinyl, cassettes, and box sets that will be available as part of its 2017 edition, and included are releases from The War on Drugs, Against Me!,

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Every year Los Angeles' FYF Fest just seems to get bigger and better, and that's certainly the case this year. The festival, which has for the past several years been held for two days near the end of August or beginning of September, is now three days and set for July 21st, 22nd, and 23rd. The

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Sublime will mark the 25th anniversary of their debut LP "40oz. to Freedom" with a yearlong celebration that includes reissues, a documentary film, and the band's own Mexican-style beer. The group, which released their genre-defining debut album, 40oz. to Freedom in 1992, will reissue 1995 Badfish

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Last week, Nicki Minaj dropped three new songs and all of them ended up on the Billboard charts. This gives Nicki 76 total Hot 100 entries, breaking the previous record she previously shared with Aretha Franklin. The rapper took to Instagram to share her excitement saying, "Man, I tell ya... God

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The Triangle Below Canal Street is once again set to play host to the best and brightest of the film world. From April 19th through 30th, the film and entertainment worlds will turn their eyes to Lower Manhattan's Tribeca Film Festival, and many of music's biggest stars are set to make appearances.

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Rock 'n roll autobiographies seem to be all the rage these days, but finding a solid rap autobiography can be a challenge. Back in 2010, Jay Z put out Decoded but otherwise the genre is a bit thin. However, there is good news on the horizon. Gucci Mane, one of rap's most prolific and fascinating

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Perfume Genius, the brainchild of Mike Hadreas, has announced a new album. Scheduled for release on May 5th via Matador Records, the new collection is called No Shape. This will be the Seattle-based artist's fourth full length studio album as Perfume Genius, and it follows 2014's highly regarded Too

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Jena Irene Asciutto first came into the public eye when she was runner up in season 13 of American Idol. But don't let her two hundred thousand-strong fanbase throw you, Asciutto is shifting gears to present a kind of indie pop that references the greats while forging her own focus. Her upcoming

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Joshua Tillman's new record, aka Father John Misty's new album, Pure Comedy, is due out April 7th, but that hasn't stopped the singer-songwriter from debuting three new tracks over the weekend. Misty has formerly worked with Beyonce and Lady Gaga on tracks, and, on Sunday, he poked fun at the pop

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Details of the new Gorillaz album have been pretty hard to come by. Aside from the Inauguration Day release of "Hallelujah Money" and a string of teasing social campaigns when the new album was confirmed as 'incoming', there was a tweet from a fan who had a conversation with Damon Albarn confirming

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What may be the biggest drop of 2017 so far happened over the weekend. On Saturday, while much of the music world had their eyes turned to showcases at SXSW, Aubrey Graham, aka Drake, debuted his "More Life" project. On the album, fans will find his hit song "Fake Love", as well as number of tracks

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