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La Roux satisfies with upbeat pop on 'Trouble in ...
It’s been five years since English synthpop duo La Roux — then composed of singer/multi-instrumentalist Elly Jackson and producer Ben Langmaid — released its eponymous debut album, which featured the...
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Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails revisit the past dur...
Soundgarden | MICHAEL LAVINE PHOTO Related Stories It’s a tour 20 years in the making. In the summer of 1994, Seattle grunge rockers Soundgarden and Midwest industrial metal enthusiasts Nine Inch...
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McNaughty’s husband plays nice: Example creates f...
WHEN British singer/rapper Example met his future wife Erin McNaught when the model was interviewing him on Australian TV she already knew his usual lyrical fare. “All my biggest hits are sad songs...
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Eat, sleep, rave, repeat in Ibiza
These days, when I go out with my over-30 friends, our idea of partying is to reminisce about times when we were younger and better-looking. But if there is anywhere you can attempt to recapture a...
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The return of the man-skirt
Jared Leto. Photo: Getty Menswear is in a tizz over skirts again. Despite howls of protest, celebrities are flaunting “man-skirts”, and more than the usual radical sprinkle appeared on runways in...
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Shoestrings and heartstrings: Scottish independen...
Somebody had to do it. It had to be done. I looked around and saw tumbleweed, heard silence, felt chill. There was no bandwagon. Not even a horse and cart in this post-apocalyptic scene, though you...
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Hunt on for venue to host Wolverhampton Civic gig...
The Civic could be temporarily moving and bosses are scouring the Black Country to find an alternative temporary venue to host the biggest names in pop and rock. But where could the likes of Robert...
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Queen + Adam Lambert - Second Auckland Show Annou...
... will now be 2 shows going on sale through Ticketmaster.The shows are:AUCKLAND - Wednesday 3 September – Vector ArenaAUCKLAND – Thursday 4 September – Vector ArenaTICKETS ON SALE 9AM TOMORROW...
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Ray Davies In Goal: The England Songwriters XI
If our footballers were as good as our songwriters we'd all still be drunk from the final now... Still haunted by the World Cup? Our national football team may play like drunk crabs at high tide, but...
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Peter Frampton coming to Municipal Auditorium
Frampton remains one of the most celebrated artists and guitarists in rock history. At 16, he was lead singer and guitarist for British band the Herd. At 18, he co-founded one of the first super...
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Beyonce exhibit to debut at Rock Hall-Museum
They’re Irreplaceable! One-of-a-kind costumes from Beyonce’s tours and videos go on display at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame The Rock Hall announced Friday that outfits from Beyonce's Super Bowl...
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Ten Most Essential and Underrated Prog Rock Albums
Broward County is about to receive a wave of live shows by some classic progressive rock bands or their tribute spawn. The Musical Box, a Canadian outfit that reproduces Peter Gabriel-era Genesis...
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Creationist: Aliens Will Go To Hell & Not Even Je...
In this 1951 novelty song, jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald tells the story of a pair of aliens who come down to Earth to take a look around, decide this planet sucks, then fly away. Can't say we blame...
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Queens of the Stone Age let it loose at the Mann
For the last night of its U.S. tour - Sunday at Mann Center's outdoor Skyline Stage - Queens of the Stone Age truly let loose. A frightening proposition, considering guitarist-singer-lead Queen Josh...
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Queens of the Stone Age
A Coffee With....Siobhan McGrogan, head of Manche...
What is your proudest achievement in business? Being part of a team, which retains big name clients for decades at a time (almost unheard of in PR), made up of superb PR and marketing professionals...
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Carsales changes vehicles to SAS
Carsales has deployed the SAS Intelligent Advertising platform. Each month carsales serves an average of 150 million ads on mobile devices, 140 million ads on apps, and 330 million ads on...
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Meet the godfather of electronic dance music: Gio...
In the ’70s and ’80s, Giorgio Moroder–the Italian-born, L.A.-based godfather of electronic dance music–reeled in three Oscars (for scoring “Midnight Express” and for songs from “Flashdance” and “Top...
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Electronic Dance Music
Hall & Oates: 'I hated being a Daryl doll'
The spotlights and the shoulderpads, the bushy moustaches and the floppy mullets, the vests, the soft-focus, the dry ice … no one who lived through the 1980s will be able to forget a Hall & Oates...
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Hall & Oates
MonstrO's Juan Montoya: the Visual Side of Musici...
Happy to create commissioned pieces or just doodling away between his numerous musical engagements, Montoya is one of the nicest dudes in metal today. Currently a resident of Georgia, we had a chance...
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The most famous flops in musical history
IT WAS the greatest belly flop in recording history. He's forgotten now - dead, too - but his name was Jobriath Boone. It was 1973 and androgynous pop stars of the brief glam period dominated the...
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