27 August, 2016 - NEWS.com.au
A “LOST” Beatles record that was found after being missing for more than 50 years is set to be sold at auction.
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
Beyoncé fans may be in for a surprise at Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards. The singer will be performing at this year’s VMAs, a source...
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
*NSYNC fans may be excited to visit Joey Fatone’s new eatery, Fat One’s, coming to the Florida Mall in Orlando, but an industry-standard...
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Stormzy has apparently offered to become an X Factor judge, but not until 2018. Earlier this evening (August 28), the grime star evidently saw some tweets about Honey G, a wannabe rapper who was shown auditioning on tonight's episode of the ITV singing contest. When Stormzy tweeted "Who is Honey G and why do I need to collab with him/her ?", the show's official account replied to him, and the grime pioneer proceeded to volunteer his services by saying: "ok lemme be a judge on your show, maybe not next year but 2018 lets do it." @TheXFactor @itv2 ok lemme be a judge on your show, maybe not next year but 2018 lets do it— #MERKY (@Stormzy1) August 27, 2016 He then re-stated his offer in a follow-up tweet. @TheXFactor sick drop us an email late 2017/2018 and we'll chop it up, gonna catch up on the show later respect— #MERKY (@Stormzy1) August 27, 2016 Stormzy, who celebrated his 23rd birthday by hiring out Thorpe Park in July, has vowed to release his debut album this summer after first appearing with his mixtape ‘168’ in 2013. Since then, he’s released singles including ‘Know Me From’, ‘Shut Up’ and ‘Scary’. He’s also guested on singles by Chip, Lethal Bizzle and Solo 45. Earlier this month (August) he was announced as the winner of the AIM Awards prize for Innovator. He will receive the trophy at the AIM Awards for independent music on September 6 at London’s The Brewery. He joins Outstanding Contribution winner Roisin Murphy and Pioneer recipient Richard Russell of XL Records.
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has threatened to visit Reading Festival's on-site funfair after the band's headline set tonight (August 27). Speaking to bandmate Anthony Kiedis during the band's performance on the main stage, Flea said: "I want to ride the spinning ride after the show and vomit all over myself and everyone." The on-stage banter grew even saltier from there, with Flea asking Kiedis when he had last "shit his pants". Kiedis replied by saying "not for a while". Red Hot Chili Peppers' headline set at Little John's Farm included renditions of the crowd-pleasing hits 'Dani California', 'Californication', 'Under The Bridge' and 'By The Way'. They took to the main stage after Las Vegas band Imagine Dragons, who treated fans to a cover of Blur's 'Song 2' during their set. Meanwhile, Slaves dedicated their cover of 'Shutdown' to Boy Better Know during a secret set at Reading earlier tonight. The Tunbridge Wells duo had performed on the Main Stage earlier in the day, but appeared again on the BBC Introducing Stage at 7:15pm to play a handful of older songs and the Skepta cover. Yesterday EDM duo Jack Ü debuted their eagerly-anticipated collaboration with Florence and the Machine during their set at Reading Festival. The track, reportedly titled 'Constellations Around My Heart', has since made its way online. Also last night, Disclosure's Guy Lawrence joined Foals on stage during the Oxford band's headline set. Foals closed out the Friday night of the festival with one of their oldest songs 'Two Steps Twice', enlisting Lawrence to help drummer Jack Bevan with the percussion.
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Imagine Dragons treated fans at Reading Festival to a Blur cover earlier tonight (August 27). The Las Vegas band performed 'Song 2' midway through their 13-song set at Little John's Farm, which took place on the main stage immediately before headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers. Though Imagine Dragons covered the classic Blur hit frequently in 2013 and 2014, this is only the second time they have played 'Song 2' this year, according to Setlist.fm. @imaginedragons covering @blurofficial #song2 @officialrandl #woohoo #readingfestival #RandL16 @lrmadeley @nicolafox88 A video posted by Michael Fox (@94foxm) on Aug 27, 2016 at 2:08pm PDT Meanwhile, Slaves dedicated their cover of 'Shutdown' to Boy Better Know during a secret set at Reading earlier tonight. The Tunbridge Wells duo had performed on the Main Stage earlier in the day, but appeared again on the BBC Introducing Stage at 7:15pm to play a handful of older songs and the Skepta cover. Yesterday EDM duo Jack Ü debuted their eagerly-anticipated collaboration with Florence and the Machine during their set at Reading Festival. The track, reportedly titled 'Constellations Around My Heart', has since made its way online. Also last night, Disclosure's Guy Lawrence joined Foals on stage during the Oxford band's headline set. Foals closed out the Friday night of the festival with one of their oldest songs 'Two Steps Twice', enlisting Lawrence to help drummer Jack Bevan with the percussion.
27 August, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Baseball enthusiast Jack White took part in a celebrity baseball game at the University of North Alabama in Florence, Alabama, leading his Third Man Records team against the Texas Playboys, Alabama Slammers and other squads taking part in Florence-based designer Billy Reid's annual Shindig, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Jack White Plays in Alabama Celebrity Baseball Game
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
Justin Moore laid down the law at a recent show in Chicago. When he spotted a male audience member allegedly hit a female in the crowd Thursday night...
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
The Avalanches have shared their two-hour-long Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1. The Australian band's varied choices include tracks by Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono, the Stooges, the Pointer Sisters, Sun Ra, Frank Zappa, Thurston Moore and the Grateful Dead. Listen to it here via BBC iPlayer. The Avalanches returned earlier this summer with a new album called 'Wildflower', their first since 2000’s 'Since I Left You'. However, last month the band were forced to postpone their overseas festival shows due to an unspecified health concern. The Australian electronic group altered their touring plans after band member Tony Di Blasi was advised against travelling abroad due "to a medical condition requiring treatment in Australia". This isn't the first bout of ill health to strike the band: earlier this year, Robbie Chater revealed that, during the band's lengthy period of inactivity, he'd been diagnosed with two autoimmune diseases. In a recent interview with Pitchfork, Chater confirmed that being diagnosed with the condition in the mid-2000s left him unable to produce new music for a number of years. Chater said: "There were three years in the mid-2000s when I was really unwell. I was diagnosed with a couple of separate autoimmune diseases, so I was out of action."
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Biffy Clyro have said they feel as though they have "paid our dues" at Reading and Leeds festivals over the years. The Kilmarnock trio headlined Leeds last night (August 26) and will headline Reading tomorrow (August 28) in what is their 10th appearance at the festivals - and the second time they have headlined. "To be asked [to headline] before was such a huge moment in the band's life," guitarist James Johnston told the BBC. "I think we have probably paid our dues, we've played all the small stage and worked our way up." Asked why they have such a close relationship with the festivals, Johnston replied: "It feels like there is a lot of good will from the punters that come here. We feel it is an opportunity to try and improve on what we did before, maybe we will pick up some new fans." "It is one that has long been really close to our hearts," he added. Meanwhile, the band have recently announced they will head out on a UK arena tour in November and December. The Ellipsis tour will begin in Glasgow on November 29, before heading to Aberdeen, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff and Birmingham. It will conclude at The O2 in London on December 8. Biffy Clyro will play: Glasgow, SSE Hydro (November 29) Aberdeen, AECC (November 30) Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (December 2)) Manchester, Arena (December 3) Leeds, First Direct Arena (December 4) Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (December 6) Birmingham, BCA (December 7) London, The O2 (December 8)
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Slaves dedicated their cover of 'Shutdown' to Boy Better Know during their secret set at Reading tonight (August 27). The Tunbridge Wells duo had performed on the Main Stage earlier in the day, but appeared again on the BBC Introducing Stage at 7:15pm to play a handful of older songs. "This last song is for Boy Better Know," guitarist Laurie Vincent said before praising the grime collective for their output. The band then performed their version of Skepta's track, before drummer and singer Isaac Holman leaped into the crowd to end the set. Slaves opened their 25-minute performance with 'Are You Satisfied?', the title track of their 2015 debut album. Holman told the crowd early on in the set: "This is the first stage we ever played at Reading, thanks to BBC Introducing for having us back. We're going to mostly play a selection of old songs we played about four years ago, you know? So if you know, you know." Ahead of new single 'Spit It Out', Vincent asked the crowd to "raise a drink for fallen heroes", the guitarist's dead goldfish. "This is nice, I like this. I'm a happy boy," Holman declared after 'She Grew Old'. His bandmate then introduced the next track, 'Bad Machine', by saying: "We're going to play a really, really, really old school song now. This is Isaac's dad's favourite song so this goes out to Dave Holman. Without him we wouldn't be here."
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
After watching Juan Gabriel give it his all during his concert at Los Angeles Forum Friday night (Aug. 26), it's safe to say that ...
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
The Inbetweeners stars James Buckley and Joe Thomas are teaming up with the show's co-creator Damon Beesley for a new BBC sitcom set in '80s Essex. Gossip Girl actor Ed Westwick will star in the six-part series as a cocky double-glazing salesman called Vincent, with Buckley, who played Jay in The Inbetweeners, and Thomas, who played Simon, appearing alongside him. The show, titled White Gold, will shoot later this year for a 2017 debut on BBC Two, the Radio Times reports. In a BBC press statement, Beesley said the series offers him a "glorious opportunity to recreate the Essex of my youth – a time before the invention of 'Essex girls' jokes, fake tan or TOWIE. A time when having double-glazed patio doors installed meant you were winning at life". Westwick added: "I am very excited to be stepping into the world of White Gold. It's brilliantly crafted and very unique, a special piece. I'm sure a great road lies ahead and I couldn't be in better company than with the BBC and [producers] Fudge Park". The Inbetweeners, which Beesley co-wrote and co-created with Iain Morris, originally aired on E4 between 2008 and 2010 before spawning a pair of hit spin-off films. Those involved in the show have repeatedly said there are no plans for a third film.
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
In the age of 20 Feet From Stardom and archival record labels, there are more chances than ever to correct the oversights of history and bring...
27 August, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Faith No More recently reissued their 1985 debut LP We Care a Lot as a deluxe edition complete with new mixes, demos and a pair of recordings from the band's 1986 concert at San Francisco's This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Faith No More's Frenzied 1986 Concert With Singer Chuck Mosley
27 August, 2016 - MTV.com
This is why the MTV VMA statue is a Moonman, as told by the iconic trophy's creator.
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
Plans for user-generated platforms like YouTube and DailyMotion to require licenses or sign-up to revenue sharing deals with rights holders are...
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley has predicted that the next film's full title won't be announced for "a while". Ridley is reprising her role as Rey in Episode VIII, the follow-up to last year's Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which is due in December 2017, after this year's spin-off film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. "I heard a title [for Episode VIII], but I don't know if it’s going to be that," Ridley said during an appearance on the My Dad Wrote A Porno podcast. "I heard the title a long time ago before we started filming, and so I feel some things have slightly tweaked during production. It's going to be a while before it's released, I imagine." Meanwhile, Ridley's co-star John Boyega has hinted that Episode VIII director Rian Johnson will be taking the saga in a different and darker direction. Boyega said during a recent interview: "Rian Johnson is great. It's a different take, darker, bigger. Someone will say: 'How do you get bigger than Force Awakens? But it's crazy." Earlier this summer Johnson shared some behind-the-scenes pictures from the set of Star Wars: Episode VIII. Marking the halfway point in filming, the photos feature an X-Wing cockpit and a computer system. Writing on tumblr, Johnson said: "I can't believe we're halfway through the shoot. (We're halfway through the shoot!)". Disney and Lucasfilm have set a release date of December 15, 2017.
27 August, 2016 - NME.com
Slaves are to play a secret set at Reading Festival today (August 27). The duo have travelled to Reading from France, where they performed at the Rock en Seine Festival in Paris yesterday, and will perform on the BBC Introducing stage at 7.15pm. The secret set has just been announced on the Reading Festival app and by the band on Twitter. BBC INTRODUCING STAGE 7:15PM... pic.twitter.com/Meq5pUhbxP— Slaves (@Slaves) August 27, 2016 Slaves aren't the only band to have surprised Reading Festival 2016 with a secret set. Yesterday (August 26) NME cover stars Blossoms played a secret set during which they paid tribute to former tourmates Viola Beach, while You Me At Six have today played a secret set on The Pit Stage. They dedicated their final song to late Architects guitarist Tom Searle. Meanwhile, EDM duo Jack Ü debuted their eagerly-anticipated collaboration with Florence and the Machine during their set at Reading Festival last night. The track, reportedly titled 'Constellations Around My Heart', has since made its way online. Also last night, Disclosure's Guy Lawrence joined Foals on stage during the Oxford band's headline set. Foals closed out the Friday night of the festival with one of their oldest songs 'Two Steps Twice', enlisting Lawrence to help drummer Jack Bevan with the percussion.
27 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
Frank Ocean set the industry on its ear by releasing two separate albums within 48 hours last week: Endless, the "visual album" released on...
27 August, 2016 - NEWS.com.au
Britney Spears has MTV VMAs jitters.
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