26 September, 2016 - NME.com
Bastille were joined by Craig David tonight (September 26) at the Apple Music Festival in London. They singer teamed up with the band for three tracks – hit single 'Fake It' from their new Number One album 'Wild World', 'Of The Night' and David's 2000 debut single 'Fill Me In', the latter of which saw frontman Dan Smith rap on one of the verses. You can watch footage of that track below. Arriving onstage David declared: "Bastille! Number One album for a reason," before giant red balloons were released onto the crowd. During the show, the band also played further tracks from their new album including 'Good Grief', 'An Act Of Kindness' and 'Glory'. When you're watching @bastilledan and suddenly @CraigDavid is there and they're singing Fill Me In. #AppleMusicFestival pic.twitter.com/aY1DRlFIyQ— Charlie Gunn (@Charliegunn) September 26, 2016 They also played a number of tracks from their debut album 'Bad Blood' including the title track 'Things We Lost In The Fire' and 'Flaws', the latter of which saw frontman Smith dive into the crowd. Bastille played: 'Send Them Off!' 'Laura Palmer' 'Warmth' 'An Act Of Kindness' 'Flaws' 'Four Walls (The Ballad Of Perry Smith)' 'Blame' 'Good Grief' 'Glory' 'Snakes' 'Bad Blood' 'Lethargy' 'Fake It' 'Fill Me In' 'Of The Night' 'Two Evils' 'Power' 'Things We Lost In The Fire' 'The Currents' Britney Spears will play at the Apple Music Festival tomorrow (September 27), followed by Michael Buble (28) and Chance The Rapper (30). Previously known as iTunes Festival, the event began with a series of gigs at the intimate ICA in London, where artists included Paul McCartney, Amy Winehouse, The Maccabees, Stereophonics, Crowded House, Editors and Jack Penate. The following Apple Music Festival 10 shows are at London Roundhouse in September: Elton John (September 18) The 1975 (19) Alicia Keys (20) OneRepublic (21) Calvin Harris (23) Robbie Williams (25) Bastille (26) Britney Spears (27) Michael Buble (28) Chance The Rapper (30)
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
On the surface, Seymour Stein and the former Linda Marie Daniele [aka Linda Ramone] would seem to have little in common beyond their thick,...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Meek Mill got an assist from fellow Philadelphia native Beanie Sigel when he released his "OOOUUU" diss record against The Game....
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Taylor Swift had a dance-filled evening Saturday in Malibu, California, at the home of Interscope boss Jimmy Iovine and his model wife Liberty Ross,...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
When Arnold Palmer died Sunday due to heart complications, he left a profound impact on the lives of those who looked up to him, including Justin...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Musician biopics have been around since the golden age of Hollywood, but Derrick Borte's London Town is an unusual take on what's become an...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Determined to make an event of its first studio album since 2008, Metallica is hitting the promotional trail early and often. The quartet was in...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Pencils of Promise, a global education nonprofit, announced Monday (Sept. 26) that Grammy-nominated rapper Wiz Khalifa will headline the 2016...
26 September, 2016 - RollingStone.com
PartyNextDoor will embark on headlining tour this fall with support from collaborator Jeremih. The Summer's Over tour will launch on November 8th in Miami. The OVO artist's tour announcement arrives nearly two months after he released his sophomoreThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch PartyNextDoor's Infectious, Beach-Themed Video 'Not Nice'
26 September, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Metallica stopped by SiriusXM's New York studios on Monday to answer fan questions for the network's Town Hall segment in anticipation of the November 18th release of the group's Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct LP. The band members – James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett,This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Metallica Talk Crazy Fan Meetings, Lou Reed, Lemmy-Inspired Song
26 September, 2016 - RollingStone.com
The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, our first-ever podcast, is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below.The Crosby Stills Nash & Young singer shares someThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: David Crosby Has Regrets
26 September, 2016 - MTV.com
Young Thug has apologized to Future, officially ending their feud.
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Just last week, Gucci Mane not only celebrated the end of his house arrest -- which he documented by cutting off his ankle monitor...
26 September, 2016 - NME.com
Daniel Radcliffe has admitted that he doesn't want people to forget his role as Harry Potter. The actor has distanced himself from the role in recent years and ruled himself out of appearing in a film adaptation Harry Potter And the Cursed Child, earlier this month. “I don’t want people to forget about Harry Potter, I’m incredibly proud of those films,” he said about starring in the eight movies that were released between 2001 and 2011. “I also don’t want to repeat myself in terms of what I did with Harry, but in terms of Woman In Black and now Imperium, I think I get an undeserved amount of credit playing diverse things because people saw me playing one role for a long time. Really, it’s just what most actors want; as varied a career as possible. I’m just lucky enough to be in a position where I can do that,” he told The Independent. You can watch the interview below. Imperium is based on the real-life story of Michael German, an FBI agent who went spent several years posing as a neo-Nazi so he could infiltrate and investigate US white supremacist groups. Radcliffe will play an up-and-coming FBI agent called Nate Foster who goes undercover in a bid to prevent white supremacists from building a dirty bomb. Daniel Posts the first look of him as FBI agent Nate Foster in #IMPERIUM.. > https://t.co/czpxVtgFfb #DanielRadcliffe pic.twitter.com/C0EXVoNR1f— Daniel Radcliffe FC (@DanielFClub) September 23, 2015 Radcliffe is making his feature film directorial debut with Imperium and also wrote its script based on German's experiences. Imperium is currently showing in UK cinemas. Radcliffe described his requirement to shout “certain words” as “really unpleasant”. He also added he wasn’t worried about white supremacists attending the film, even saying he’d be “delighted” if the film could open such viewers’ minds. He recently spoken of his desire to join the Game Of Thrones cast. The fantasy drama's seventh season will air in summer 2017 and is the penultimate instalment before its eighth and final season arrives in 2018. Radcliffe said: "I've recently read a couple of really good TV pilot scripts. But then it's signing on for seven years." "Right now, I have a little bit of freedom," he added. "So if I read a script for something that's filming next year, I don't have to turn it down because I'm not available - which I did, for a long time."
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
The seats at The Forum in Los Angeles filled quickly Sunday night with eager fans who waited patiently for Maná to jump onstage for their second,...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
While The Chainsmoker's single "Closer" continues to hold down the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 for the sixth week...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
After Jeremih posted a now-deleted photo of himself and PartyNextDoor in the studio earlier this year, PartyNextDoor announced Monday (Sept. 26...
26 September, 2016 - NME.com
Brand New have announced that they will not be releasing a new album this year. The cult New York four-piece streamed a new project, '3 Demos, Reworked', back in July, which consisted of three reworked demos from the recording sessions of their third album 'The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me', which was released in 2006. This surprise release added to speculation that the band would release their long-awaited fifth album later this year. However, Brand New have now announced that they've scrapped plans to release an album in 2016. In a new statement posted on their social media channels, the band say that their plans to release a new record "were authentic, but we are changing them." "First, an apology," the statement reads. "At some point previous, we, Brand New, admitted our plans to release a record this year. These plans were authentic, but we are changing them. While there exists a collection of songs that, right now, some would call fit to be an album, to us it is not complete enough, refined enough, or edited thoroughly enough to be something we would call finished or essential. Brand New will not release a record in 2016." Despite that bad news, the band have clarified that their upcoming autumn tour, which visits both North America and the UK, will see them play 'The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me' in full, on account of its tenth anniversary. "It is an important record and piece of work to us, and one that ten years later we still use as a measuring post with which we compare the music we make now," the statement continues. "So we have decided that on the upcoming fall tour, which begins on October 13, we will be performing the record, each night, in its entirety. It will be included within a larger set of songs, and will not exclude us playing music from other albums, or new music, nightly." See the full statement below. pic.twitter.com/TZcpwyLOSX— Brand New (@brandnewrock) September 26, 2016 Brand New are still expected to break up in 2018, after stock from their online merchandise featured the dates '2000-2018'.
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Last week, Ukraine said the opening ceremony of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest would be held in the Saint Sophia complex, a well-known religious...
26 September, 2016 - Billboard.com
Brooklyn isn't even 70-square-miles of land, but it's one of the most influential cultural hubs in the world. The New York City borough is a...
26 September, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Gwen Stefani previewed her upcoming animated Nickelodeon series Kuu Kuu Harajuku in a flashy new music video, which features a "roll call" of the characters in the fictional HJ5 band: Love, Angel, Music, Baby and G."Say hello to HJ5, a brand new band with their own style," the vocalistThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Gwen Stefani Rap in Harajuku-Inspired Nickelodeon Series