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J. Cole Tour: 'Born Sinner' Rapper Announces European Dates for 'What Dreams May Come' Run [SCHEDULE]

Rapper J. Cole is selling well and therefore expanding his current tour to Europe. Cole, whose "Born Sinner" topped the Billboard 200 when it debuted in June. His "What Dreams May Come" tour is scheduled to end with a yet-unannounced performance on ...

Pixies Perform 'Bagboy' and 'Indie Cindy' Off 'EP-1" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Will Play Four Nights This Week In New York City

For the first time in 20 years (aside from 2004 single "Bam Thwok"), the Pixies are releasing new material. They appeared last on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and performed "Bagboy" (they also played a web-exclusive version of "Indie Cindy"), which ...

Listen to The Killers New Song 'Shot At The Night' with M83’s Anthony Gonzalez on BBC Radio 1 For Upcoming Greatest Hits Album ‘Direct Hits’ [FREE DOWNLOAD]

The Killers premiered a new song today on BBC Radio 1. The track, "Shot At The Night" was a collaboration with M83's Anthony Gonzalez and will be featured on the band's first greatest hits album, "Direct Hits," which highlights material from the ...

Sleigh Bells, Azealia Banks and Chromeo Release New Singles: Hear Them All Here

Do Sleigh Bells, Azealia Banks or Chromeo interest you as a listener? Good! Then you can check out their newest tracks below.

CONCERT REVIEW: Alt-J (∆) and Lord Huron at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park, NYC Sept. 15

Last night's concert at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park had all the elements to be a great show. The weather was near perfect. The outdoor venue, surrounded by trees, had a whimsical ambiance. No matter where you stood in the intimate confines, you ...

Chris Brown, Enrique Iglesias and Prince Royce to Headline Megaton Mundial Festival at Barclay Center

One of the bigger music festivals of the year in New York City is less than a week away, and it's definitely one of the most mysterious festivals of the year. Megaton Mundial De Polito Vega 2013 will take place at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn next ...

American Black Metal: Struggling Against The Stereotypes and 'Standards' Set By Scandinavian Originators

Black metal set the bar high when it came to legitimacy in metal music. Scandinavian bands such as Mayhem and Burzum not only sang about hating everything, they acted out on it, including murders, church burnings and far more grisly acts. Following ...

Phantogram Release New Single "Black Out Days" [LISTEN]

New York electro-pop duo Phantogram released its new single, "Black Out Days," yesterday. It's the first new song we've heard since the 2011 EP, "Nightlife."

Luke Bryan, Josh Groban, Icona Pop and More To Perform on 'America's Got Talent' Finale

America's got talent. No, literally; "America's Got Talent" is stocking its final episode with so many performers that the final six contestants might be forgotten about entirely.

Danny Brown Denied Entry To Canada, Fans Start Petition To Get Detroit Rapper Across The Border

The Canadian government has long erected roadblocks to prevent fans from checking out their favorite hip-hop artists (aside from Drake, of course). However, fans of Detroit rapper Danny Brown are taking action in an attempt to get the "Old" performer ...

MGMT Perform in Scuba Gear on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon [WATCH]

MGMT appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night in support of their upcoming, self-titled album.

This Drummer's Interpretation of Auctioneer Ty Thompson Will Amaze You [WATCH]

A drummer named Dan Weiss imitates auctioneer Ty Thompson's "amazing auctioneering" using drum beats. It is remarkable how Weiss was able to recreate the rhythm of spoken word through his drumming.

Ylvis' 'The Fox': A Cultural Examination

Last Thursday, Music Times introduced you to Ylvis' "The Fox" video. Since then, the video has gone even more viral. It now (at press time) has 17,106,812 views on YouTube. So here's the question: Is it going viral because people talked about how it ...

London Grammar Fans Say 'Hey Now;' BBC Radio Apologizes For Racy Tweet About Hannah Reid

BBC Radio 1 has apologized for airing what it claims was meant to be an "ironic" tweet about London Grammar vocalist Hannah Reid. The original tweet asked followers if they considered Reid to be "fit," and polished off the post with the hashtag ...

John Heckle 2013: New LP 'Desolate Figures' Coming on November 18 via Tabernacle Records

John Heckle will be releasing a second LP on November 18, titled "Desolate Figures." It will be the electronic producer's first release on Tabernacle Records, two years after putting out his debut record "Second Son" on the Mathematics label.

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