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The Weeknd has released his violent and very intense music video the his latest single "False Alarm."
We asked Canadian DJ duo to provide Sultan + Shepard to deliver 10 tunes for your house party playlist that include songs from the likes of Prince, Jay Z, Daft Punk, Outkast and Queen.
The 12-date holiday Jingle Ball tour has announced its roster of artists who will perform at arenas across the United States. Among those on the bill are Justin Bieber, Diplo, Ariana Grande, Britney Spears, Bruno Mars and Meghan Trainor. The lineup ...
Depeche Mode has announced the release of their new album, Spirit, slated for release in the spring of 2017.
The group is working on the album and has a playlist to cheer you up.
Drake leads field with a historic 13 nominations, two greater than the mark set by Michael Jackson in 1984 with 11
Phantogram deliver their strongest work to date on this brooding and at times remarkable new album.
The long awaited third collaboration between these two dance icons has arrived.
Lido has released his sophomore album Everything. The 11-track LP is the exploration of the emotional and physical evolution that occurs after a break-up.
We asked GTA to pick out 10 songs that influenced them on their journey to Good Times Ahead and they picked out tracks from the likes of Glass Animals, Rufus, M83, Isley Brothers and more.
Kygo has unveiled the music video for his song "Carry Me" featuring Julia Michaels, lifted from his debut artist album Cloud Nine. The video was shot in Ibiza with his friend, social media star and model Jay Alvarrez.
Without much warning, the Canadian musician just unleashed seven new music videos on her socials, four of her own from Art Angels.
The Australian version of the Grammys, the ARIA Awards, has announced its 2016 nominees. Flume leads the pack by a wide margin with 11 nominations in total. He is followed by Troye Sivan with seven and The Avalanches, Sia and Illy all with six.
Galantis and Hook N Sling have released the music video for their new single "Love On Me."
Eric Prydz has donned his techno moniker Cirez D and released two new singles "Backlash" and "The Tournament."