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WATCH: The Killers Perform With Paul McCartney on NYE

ICYMI, The Killers played at a private New Year’s Eve party in the Caribbean this weekend. In case you also missed this part of the story, Sir Paul McCartney hopped on stage for a surprise performance of The Beatles’ “Helter Skelter.” Watch McCartney and The Killers' Brandon Flowers get down to the...
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WATCH: The xx Share New Single

The xx have lots to celebrate lately, with an engagement and a new album to debut in ten days. We have much to celebrate because they’ve shared their second single off the upcoming album, I See You . You can hear the track, “Say Something Loving,” below. And then scroll a little further to watch...
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Sean Lennon Shares Touching Tributes to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds

In the wake of Carrie Fisher’s and Debbie Reynold’s deaths, John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s son, Sean Lennon, left several hauntingly beautiful words on Instagram. Lennon and Fisher were dear friends, and according to Yahoo! , Lennon was also one of Fisher’s houseguests. In a series of posts, Lennon’s...
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Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes Teases Fourth Album Before Release of Third

Robin Pecknold is no rookie when it comes to posting updates about his band, Fleet Foxes, on social media. But what’s interesting about his latest update below is that he’s teasing a fourth LP when the band has yet to release their third. LP4 moodboard A photo posted by Robin Noel Pecknold (@...
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Flume Opens Up About Beck Collab

In a recent interview with the Chicago Tribune , Aussie artist/producer Flume talked collaborations on his 2016 album, Skin. But there’s one artist Flume collaborated with who’s notoriously low-key—Beck. So in the interview, Flume was asked how, exactly, he made that particular collaboration happen...
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Chris Martin Dedicates Performance at Homeless Shelter to George Michael

According to the U.K.’s Telegraph , Coldplay’s Chris Martin put on a show at a London homeless shelter—and it was a tribute to the late George Michael. The charitable tribute was very fitting, as Michael himself was a philanthropist and activist in support of the LGBTQ community. The performance...
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An Intimate Interview With The xx

In a recent Pitchfork interview , The xx, a notoriously shy band, opened up about growing up, maturing, friendship, and dealing with loss. The trio have been friends since childhood, and with that closeness brings a different level of understanding between them. It’s evident how tight-knit they are...
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A Look into the Next LP From Dan Auerbach

An article Rolling Stone just put out gives us some serious insight into what we can expect of the next LP from The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach. According to the article, it’s lookin’ like the upcoming album is going to take Auerbach’s blues-rock sound back to its roots. Dave Roe—bassist who backed...
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Best Coast and Ty Segall to Help LA Venue Thrive

The Smell is a non-profit, totally volunteer-run venue in Los Angeles that’s all about supporting freedom, creativity, and innovation in the arts. They’ve been around since 1998 but recently got news that their building is set to be demolished . Proving that this place is a force to be reckoned...
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WATCH: Kings of Leon & Others Cover The Eagles

Last night, CBS aired the 39 th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, where the classic rock band The Eagles, among others, were recipients to be honored. In celebration of The Eagles, several acts performed the band’s greatest hits, including a performance of “Take it Easy” by Kings of Leon (introduced by...
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