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  • Rachel Goswell Performs With Slowdive at Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona
    In The Interviews Oct 24, 2014 EDT

    Slowdive's Rachel Goswell Talks Reunion Tour, New Album, And More Ahead Of CMJ Show

    Slowdive will be playing at New York's Terminal 5 tomorrow (Oct. 25) as part of the CMJ Music Marathon before making their way across North America, Music Times chatted with founding member Rachel Goswell about the band's return to the stage and their plans for the future.

  • Cheerleader
    In The Interviews Oct 23, 2014 EDT

    Cheerleader Root On Infectious Indie Pop Melodies And Road Trip Soundtracks Ahead of CMJ 2014

    Visions of cheerleaders oftentimes bring up teenage girls in mini-skirts supporting the local varsity team, but that's not always what a "cheerleader" is. Enter, Philadelphia indie pop outfit Cheerleader, the latest buzzing band to enter the scene.

  • Cold War Kids
    In The Interviews Oct 20, 2014 EDT

    Cold War Kids Frontman Nathan Willett Talks New Album 'Hold My Home,' Tour Plans, PledgeMusic Campai…

    Cold War Kids drop their fifth studio album, Hold My Home, tomorrow (Oct. 21). Serving as the follow-up to 2013's Dear Miss Lonely Hearts, the album explores the notion of "home" and features production from guitarist Dan Gallucci and frequent collaborator Lars Stalfors (Mars Volta, Matt & Kim). We chatted with frontman Nathan Willett about the inspiration behind the new effort, how the band has evolved, their tour plans, and the special memorabilia available to fans on their PledgeMusic campaign.

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  • Blake Shelton's Awards Get Pushed Off Of The Mantle

  • Ethan Hawke Will Play Jazz Great Chet Baker In Upcoming 'Born To Be Blue' Biopic

  • James Hetfield Reflects On Metallica's 'Some Kind Of Monster' Doc

  • Damian Lillard On Conan: NBA Star Does The Shmoney Dance, Raps For 'Four Bar Friday' [WATCH]

  • She & Him Announce Release Date For 'Classics' Album, Share Dusty Springfield Cover "Stay Awhile" [LISTEN]

  • Taylor Swift Is Living Life On Her Own Terms, Loving Pop Music And New York Ahead Of '1989' Release

  • Cancers, Catch Fever and Other Disease-Riddled Bands More Likely to Have Been Caught than Ebola at The CMJ Music Marathon

  • Sam Smith Shares Next Single "Like I Can" Via Twitter [LISTEN]

  • Five Iranian Expatriates Worth Listening To: Deep Dish, The Yellow Dogs, Laleh and More

  • Taylor Swift New Song "Blank Space" From '1989' Leaks Online, Is Likely The Best Of The Bunch [LISTEN]

  • Pink Floyd Drummer Nick Mason Compares Roger Waters To Stalin In Recent Interview

  • Watch: The Decemberists' Colin Meloy Busks on Williamsburg Sidewalk, Announces New Album for 2015 [EXCLUSIVE PHOTO/VIDEO]

  • Trisha Yearwood 'Nashville' TV Appearance: Singer Will Play Herself

  • G-Unit Member Kidd Kidd Says Those Who Hate 50 Cent's Group "Hate Hip-Hop"

  • Noel Gallagher Joins Johnny Marr Onstage For Iggy Pop's "Lust For Life" And Smiths' "How Soon Is Now" [LISTEN]

  • New Danzig Album Due Out Fall 2015, Record Of Covers Coming In March

  • T.I. Signs Publishing Deal With Sony/ATV Music

  • Kenny Chesney Announces Big Revival Tour, Which Will Hit 55 Cities In 2015

  • Usher Talks UR Experience Tour, Claims Younger Audience Members Were Probably Conceived Because Of His Early Music

  • Back of The Billboards: 'The Dream' by Sanctus Real

  • Little Kids Rock Benefit NYC 2014: Joan Jett, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, Billie Joe Armstrong And More Raise Money For Music Education [PHOTO SLIDESHOW]

  • TLC Believes That June Shannon Put Kids At Risk By Seeing Child Molester Ex, Cancels 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo'

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    In The Genres Oct 24, 2014 EDT

    Skrillex Show at Chicago's Navy Pier Leads to 16 Hospitalizations, EMT Service Pushes for Higher Age Limits

    We were at Skrillex's headlining set on the last day of Lollapalooza this year when the DJ declared that Chicago may be the most "turned up" city in the world. That might have been an exaggeration but a few concertgoers were a little too turned-up for his most recent gig in the Windy City. New reports from his show at Navy Pier last weekend indicate that at least 16 attendees were transported to local hospitals on Saturday.Read more »

    In The Buzz Oct 24, 2014 EDT

    The Gutter Shuts Down CMJ Music Marathon Events after Visit from Ebola Infectee, Rest of New York Concert Series Safe to Rock

    No doubt you've already heard about the first confirmed case of Ebola in New York City by now, thanks to the onslaught of social media. One story that hasn't picked up quite as much traction is how Dr. Craig Spencer visited locations hosting CMJ Music Marathon events before heading to the hospital.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 24, 2014 EDT

    Martin Scorsese and Amir Bar-Lev Handling 50th Anniversary Documentary for The Grateful Dead, Due in 2015

    The Grateful Dead is approaching its 50th anniversary during 2015 and the event will be marked with a documentary spanning the group's entire career. They ain't messing around either: Martin Scorsese will serve as the producer and Amir Bar-Lev will direct.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 23, 2014 EDT

    Jason Aldean Donates Over $600,000 for Breast Cancer

    Every year, Jason Aldean has one show that he puts on his tour schedule called "Concert for the Cure." The show is to support breast cancer and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. A portion of his ticket sales goes towards a special fund and at the end of the Concert for the Cure, he takes that fund and presents it to the Komen chapter in the city he's playing the show in. This year, that show was in Detroit and the check was for $660,000.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 23, 2014 EDT

    Michael English is Staying Busy Despite Leaving the Gaither Vocal Band

    Michael English may have left the Gaither Vocal Band last year, but he has stayed busy. His show on TBN, The Michael English Show, airs every Friday night from 10:00 to 10:30 p.m. with him spending time with artists like Jason Crabb. The first part of next year, he'll be one of the guest artists on the Crystal Caribbean Cruise, and in the meantime, he has plenty of concert dates for fans to enjoy.Read more »

    In The Genres Oct 23, 2014 EDT

    Lecrae - Mixing Christianity and Real Life Perfectly

    Last month, Lecrae became the first artist in any genre to have an album at the top of the Billboard 200 and the gospel music charts at the same time. Anomaly covered the best of both worlds - it was "Christian enough" for church and "real life" enough for the mainstream. That same mix is a representation of the man himself as well as his entire world view.Read more »

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