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  • Wynn Las Vegas Announces '15 Artist Roster Feat. Avicii, Diplo, Skrillex, Kaskade, Zedd, Others

    The Las Vegas arms race is heating up with strip veteran Wynn Las Vegas announcing its complete artist roster for 2015. A few names have already trickled out so far this year, with Kaskade making a big announcement of his homecoming to Wynn for a multi-year residency, and a report on Calvin Harris's new residency at Hakkasan by "Askmen" revealed Avicii's intentions to return to Wynn and at a higher price tag then Harris's reported $400,000 per gig. The Vegas nightlife brand, which owns XS Nightclub, Surrender, Tryst and Encore Beach Club, has brought in top-flight acts like Diplo, Skrillex, Laidback Luke, David Guetta, Zedd and others.Read this

  • Mixtape Monday: This Week's Newest Tracks For Sharing

    Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new songs from Death Cab For Cutie, Laura Marling, José González, Mount Eerie and more right here! Let's start 2015 off right!Read this

  • Lady Gaga and Daft Punk Collaborator Giorgio Moroder Working Together on Pop Star's New Album

    Lady Gaga continues to roll out collaborators for her new album, or in this case Giorgio Moroder presented himself as working with the performer, telling PopJustice that he had about five or six tracks prepared for presentation. Moroder must be in demand among pop stars right now, as the Gaga revelation slipped while he was discussing his work with Britney Spears as part of his own solo record.Read this

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  • Mixtape Monday: This Week's Newest Tracks For Sharing

    Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new songs from Death Cab For Cutie, Laura Marling, José González, Mount Eerie and more right here! Let's start 2015 off right!Read this

  • Kanye West, Paul McCartney & Rihanna "FourFiveSecond" Gets Funky, Horn-Filled Remix From Lido [REVIEW]

    Kanye West pulled another shocker when he released his latest collaboration alongside Paul McCartney titled "FourFiveSeconds," calling upon the vocal talents of Rihanna to assist with the chorus. The acoustic, relaxed original was a eye-brow raiser to Rihanna fans who have been waiting for their queen to deliver more dance-pop hits, but it made perfect sense coming from the minds of Kanye West and Paul McCartney. A track as open and inviting as "FourFiveSeconds" was begging for a remix and it gone one from Norwegian producer Lido, who has become famous online for his work with Cashmere Cat and sensual soulful r&b influenced electronic remixes of songs.Read this

  • Kanye West Reveals Why He Doesn't Smile

    Kanye West has always been one of this generation's most enigmatic musicians. Whether it is his godlike ego, ear for future trends and mastering them or interesting public outbursts, West has always been one to entertain. Now we have a new piece of news from West about a curious habit he and his wife have picked up on, but for different reasons. Kim says she does not want to get wrinkles because her looks are a large majority of the sell, but West takes a totally different approach to why he does not smile. While at The Daily Front Row's Fashion Los Angeles Awards, Kanye revealed why he doesn't show his pearly whites to the world and the reason is a bit different - as one might expect.Read this

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  • The 13 Songs of D'Angelo's 'Voodoo': Ranked for its 15th Anniversary

    Today, Jan. 25, marks the 15th anniversary of D'Angelo's classic sophomore album, "Voodoo," which combined R&B, funk, soul and hip-hop in such an experimental and masterful way that it came to be seen at the crowning achievement of neo-soul, a movement which also included artists such as Lauryn Hill, The Roots and Erykah Badu. In celebration of this incredible album, here are its 13 songs ranked, from weakest to best.Read this

  • Jazmine Sullivan Talks New 2015 Album 'Reality Show,' Returning To Music And The True Story Behind Busting The Windows Of A Cheating Ex! [Exclusive]

    When it comes to her music, Jazmine Sullivan has always had the lovebug. Since her Fearless debut in 2008, the seven-time Grammy Award-nominee has penned hits singles about smashing the windows of a cheating lover, falling in love with a man that is not her lover and stuttering to find the words to say to her lover. But after a three-year hiatus from the music industry and some heartbreak behind her, Sullivan is back with her third studio album, Reality Show, and the 27-year-old chanteuse has finally found the greatest love of all... with herself.Read this

  • Pharrell to Guest Star on New Episode of 'The Simpsons' as Himself

    Pharrell first got connected to the cartoon world by writing the eventual chart-topping hit single "Happy," but now the season eight The Voice coach is looking to get animated again. Yes, it's Pharrell's time to make a guest appearance on a new episode of The Simpsons.Read this

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  • Ryan Adams, Jenny Lewis Perform on 'Austin City Limits' [WATCH]

    Ryan Adams and Jenny Lewis performed on the PBS series "Austin City Limits" Saturday, Jan. 24, kicking off the show's 40th season. While Adams's set spanned recordings from 2002 until last year ("Stay with Me"), Lewis relied heavily on her recent "The Voyager" LP with tunes like "Just One of the Guys." Some welcome surprises were Adams doing "When Summer Ends" from 2014's "1984" EP and Lewis digging into Rilo Kiley's "Silver Lining," "Consequence of Sound" noted.Read this

  • Mixtape Monday: This Week's Newest Tracks For Sharing

    Each and every week we put together our favorite tracks that had premiered a few days prior into one magnificent mixtape to share with you and your friends. This time around we've decided to share new songs from Death Cab For Cutie, Laura Marling, José González, Mount Eerie and more right here! Let's start 2015 off right!Read this

  • Jimmy Kimmel Music Guests: The Decemberists Sing YouTube Comments in Hilarious Performance [WATCH]

    Jimmy Kimmel has earned laughs and renown for using real world social media to get the best out of his famous guests, and now he's gotten The Decemberists to perform real YouTube comments from silly videos while promoting the band's new album What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World.Read this

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  • Music legend Andraé Crouch Dead at 72

    Today, January 8, 2015, music legend, the Grammy and Dove award winning Andraé Crouch died in California. The gospel singer, songwriter, arranger, record producer and pastor had been hospitalized since January 3, 2015 for unspecified, yet "serious" health issues. He died at approximately 4:30pm PST at Northridge Hospital Medical Center in the Los Angeles area.Read this

  • Common & John Legend Perform “Glory” From 'Selma' Film For Good Morning America's Winter Concert Series [WATCH]

    The Martin Luther King, Jr. film Selma hit a limited number of theaters on Christmas Day to positive reviews. The soundtrack to the film features John Legend and Common's new song "Glory," which they performed today on Good Morning America to promote the film as part of the GMA Winter Concert Series. Legend handled vocals and keys supported by a string quartet, a timpani player, and three background singers. Common came in with some socially conscious verses referencing the unrest in Ferguson and the civil rights movement. Both men sported black suits as they delivered the gospel-tinged anthem, ringing in 2015 with a call for change.Read this

  • Cloverton Turned Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' Into an Epic Christmas Story [LISTEN]

    Christian rockers Cloverton gave Leonard Cohen's timeless classic "Hallelujah" a Christmas makeover last year and the result is a truly moving cover. The boys take Cohen's iconic melody and infuse it with lyrics chronicling the birth of Jesus Christ. Regardless of your religious orientation, this song hits an emotional chord as vocalist Lance Stafford gives it his all.Read this

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