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  • DJ Fenix
    In The Interviews Nov 19, 2014 EDT

    The Kremlin Ready to Rave with DJ Fenix at Musicbox Awards Tonight [EXCLUSIVE]

    The Kremlin is known for its two noticeable features: the distinctly Russian Orthodox architecture and the power that emanates from the seat of power it has held since it was built in the 13th century. Tonight, however, there will be a grand party — the Musicbox Awards — to celebrate the music from around the former Soviet countries at the Kremlin, and noted Russian disc jockey DJ Fenix will be on hand to play. This will be the first time a DJ has performed at an event like this in Russia, especially at the Kremlin. DJ Fenix knows the significance of this, calling it "very important for the EDM industry and DJs." DJ Fenix, born Alexander Mamoniv, is familiar with the big stage. He has been DJ-ing for more then a decade around Europe and performed at Moscow's fashion week earlier in the year. His upbringing in a military family and as an Olympic volleyball player gave him valuable experience in being disciplined and how to treat your body right by "not taking any drugs, eating healthy and not drinking much alcohol." He hangs with some Russian heavyweights, like Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov, whom he met out while playing clubs in Moscow. Fenix said rather matter-of-factly, "We are friends because we are fans of the same team."

  • Crown and The M.O.B.
    In The Videos Nov 18, 2014 EDT

    L.A. Rapper Crown Revisits The Brooklyn Roots That Influenced His New EP 'Love My People' [EXCLUSIVE…

    Los Angeles-based, Brooklyn-raised rapper Crown's journey into hip-hop is at once familiar and very unique. Born in Brooklyn, he moved with his family to Panama, where they lived for four years. He returned to his hometown in New York by the time he was a teenager, and at the age of 18, he enlisted in the United States Air Force to ensure he didn't fall victim to the street life that was so prevalent around him. He spent the next nine years serving his country in Iraq and living on bases across the globe.

  • iF by goodbyemotel
    In The Premieres Nov 14, 2014 EDT

    Stream goodbyemotel's New Album 'iF' In Full Ahead of November 18 Release [EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE]

    Aussie-born, New York-based rock band goodbyemotel will release their highly anticipated album iF worldwide on Tuesday, November 18, but you can stream it ahead of time exclusive here at Music Times.

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  • Taylor Swift To Receive Special Honor at American Music Awards

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  • Linda Ronstadt Talks about Her Parkinson's Disease in Rare Interview Since Announcing the Diagnosis Last Year

  • Ian Gillan of Deep Purple Goes On Epic Rant Against Music Business: 'You Don't Even Have to Play An Instrument'

  • Weezer Plays Acoustic "Go Away" With Lizzy Plapinger of MS MR [WATCH]

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    In The News Nov 22, 2014 EDT

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    In The News Nov 22, 2014 EDT

    Joe Giudice Cheating on Teresa Giudice Again? New Rumors Accuse 'RHONJ' Star

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    In The Rock Nov 21, 2014 EDT

    Blink-182's Tom DeLonge Says Streaming Music Is Like 'Killing Elephants For Their Tusks'

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    In The Genres Nov 21, 2014 EDT

    FKA Twigs Outshines Prince At Gig, Talks Career As Backup Performer

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    In The Genres Nov 21, 2014 EDT

    The Griswolds, Walk The Moon Announce U.S. Tour [FULL SCHEDULE]

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    In The Genres Nov 21, 2014 EDT

    Rapper Mac Miller is No Longer Indie but He's $10 Million Richer Thanks to Label Deal [WATCH]

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