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Discogs Leads Vinyl Boom, Exceeds 43 Million in Sales for 2015

Discogs, the online vinyl and CD marketplace, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. To mark the occasion, the site has shared some propriety information regarding its role within the US vinyl boom with Billboard: so far in 2015 the site has ...

Bill Murray Collaborates with Phoenix, Miley Cyrus, More in New Christmas Special Trailer [WATCH]

Bill Murray is ringing in the holiday season with the Sofia Coppola-directed Christmas special A Very Murray Christmas airing on Netflix on November 4th. When Netflix announced the special back in May they called it an "homage to the classic variety ...

Nicky Romero Admits He Suffers from Anxiety, Shares New “Lighthouse” Video [WATCH]

Dutch EDM producer/DJ Nicky Romero has admitted he struggles with anxiety in a personal message posted via his artist Facebook account. Shortly after opening up about his mental health (don't worry: it ends on a positive note) the progressive house ...

Jeff Rosenstock’s Gear and Belongings Stolen on Modern Baseball Tour

Jeff Rosenstock's van was broken into and his band's gear, instruments, clothing and more was stolen. He is currently on tour with Modern Baseball, PUP and Tiny Moving Parts in support of his recent SideOneDummy release We Cool?

Thundercat and Mono/Poly Share Instrumental Tribute Track “Paris” [LISTEN]

Bassist and songwriter, Thundercat, has collaborated with electronic producer, Mono/Poly, on an instrumental track in the wake of the attacks on Paris this past weekend. The somber song is fittingly entitled "Paris." You can stream the tribute here.

DJ Kill Paris Changes Stage Name to Chill Harris After Terrorist Attacks in France

Electronic producer Corey Baker, AKA Kill Paris, has decided to change his DJ name in light of the tragic terrorist attacks on Paris, France late this past Friday evening. As Dancing Astronaut reports, Baker explains in a lengthy Facebook post that ...

Deadmau5 Challenges Aaron Carter to Video Game Battle

Deadmau5, the moniker of Canadian progressive-house producer Joel Zimmerman, challenged Aaron Carter to a video game battle after the American popstar uploaded a trap-ish remix-of sorts of Zimmerman's 2012 glitchy track, "The Veldt."

Fred Armisen and Bill Hader’s Blue Jean Committee Band Shares New Song From 'Catalina Breeze'

Fred Armisen and Bill Hader's fake '70s soft rock band, Blue Jean Committee, has graduated from a "Saturday Night Live" sketch to a full-grown comedy band with a very real recording. The blue-eyed soulful parody band is releasing their debut EP, ...

Dozens Dead and Hostages Held During Eagles of Death Metal Concert in Paris

Earlier tonight, a series of shootings unfolded at several Paris venues. Reports state that the deadliest of the multiple simultaneous attacks seem to have targeted the Bataclan concert hall during the Eagles of Death Metal’s sold-out performance ...

Missy Elliott Shares New Video for “WTF (Where They From)” Featuring Pharrell

Missy Elliott has dropped the video for her new song "WTF (Where They From)," featuring a verse from fellow Virginian Pharrell Williams. It's been over a decade since the iconic late 90s/early 2000s futurist rapper has released an album and three ...

Arcade Fire's Will Butler Reviews Grimes' 'Art Angels' Album

Will Butler of Arcade Fire has reviewed Grimes' new Art Angels album on Talkhouse, the website where artists talk about other artists. Despite asserting early-on that "Grimes is coming, to a large extent, from the world of 2000s pop, but she creates ...

Unheard Jeff Buckley Songs, Including Covers of The Smiths and Bob Dylan, to be Released

A new album of previously unheard Jeff Buckley recordings, entitled You and I, is due out March 16 of next year via Legacy Recordings, NPR reports. Most of the forthcoming album's tracks are covers, including The Smiths' "The Boy With The Thorn In ...

Computer-Generated Vocaloid Hatsune Miku Announces First North American Headlining Tour

Digital pop star Hatsune Miku has announced her first North American headlining tour, Miku Expo 2016. For the uninitiated, the Japanese star is a computer-generated avatar that sings with the help of a synthesizer and performs with a backing band ...

Flaming Lips, Glenn Danzig, Louis C.K. and More Appearing on 'Portlandia' Season 6

"Portlandia" is scheduled to return for its sixth season, and today, Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen have announced the full roster of guests that will be joining them on the IFC sketch comedy show including Wayne Coyne and The Flaming Lips as ...

Kieran Hebden, AKA Four Tet, Was an Extra in Radiohead’s “Creep” Video

Kieran Hebden, AKA Four Tet, has revealed that he was an extra in the music video for Radiohead's seminal classic "Creep." The London-based electronic producer revealed the details of his 1993 cameo as part of the thrashing mass of moshers in the ...

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