2 July, 2016 - NME.com
In his first interview since Guns N’ Roses’ reunion, Slash has discussed the band’s experience of getting back together. Speaking to Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer on Boston radio station WZLX, he was asked if the band were “playing nice” on their tour. They have so far played three dates of their Not In This Lifetime Tour, which began in June, following seven comeback shows in April for Coachella. “Everyone’s playing great,” Slash said, “and playing nice – yeah. Everybody’s getting along. We were all pretty positive that that would never happen so it’s still sort of blowing our minds. “It seems so surreal to me,” he continued,” but everybody’s really getting along great and I think everybody’s come a long way and it’s all cool.” Listen to the interview below. Axl Rose broke his foot ahead of the band’s comeback shows and had to use a ‘throne’ for the band’s Coachella shows – similar to the one used by Dave Grohl in 2015, after breaking his leg in Sweden. Rose is now back on his feet. He recently also toured with AC/DC as the frontman to replace Brian Johnson, who was forced to step down after encountering hearing problems. Guns N’ Roses’ tour continues tomorrow night (July 3) in Chicago, and the band will play 22 gigs between now and 22 August. Support acts on the tour include Lenny Kravitz, Alice In Chains and Wolfmother.
2 July, 2016 - NME.com
Drake has the longest-running UK Number One single of the millennium with his single 'One Dance' (feat. Wizkid & Kyla). 'One Dance' is the only single since 2000 to hold the spot for more than ten weeks, as Rihanna's 2007 hit 'Umbrella' did. It now ranks fifth ever for duration spent at Number One in the UK, following Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody', Wet Wet Wet's 'Love Is All Around', Bryan Adams' '(Everything I Do) I Do It For You' and Frankie Lane's 1953 song 'I Believe', which spent a record 18 weeks in the top spot. Drake also has another song inside the UK Top Three – 'Too Good', his collaboration with Rihanna. Both these singles are from his April album 'Views'. Getty  In the UK Album Chart, meanwhile, Adele's '25' has returned to Number One after her Glastonbury Festival headline set last weekend, and her other two albums have returned to the top 20. '25' was previously at number 14 but has shot up to the top spot, with a 231% sales increase compared to the same period last week. This will be the 13th week '25' has been at number one. The album was also finally made available on streaming services last week, seven months after its initial release and two days before her headline set at Glastonbury.
1 July, 2016 - NEWS.com.au
KIM Kardashian and Chrissy Teigen have formed a mother’s group with a difference in the music video for Fergie’s new single, MILF $.
1 July, 2016 - RollingStone.com
To celebrate NASA's Juno Mission entering Jupiter's orbit on July 4th, Apple has recruited a wide range of artists to contribute new music to mark the historic occasion. Following Weezer and Trent Reznor's tracks Thursday, Apple Music has unveiled the latest batch of universe-inspired cuts, including My Morning Jacket singer Jim...
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Kanye West has announced a number of surprise showings for his "Famous" music video on Friday (July 1) night in Chicago, Boston, Miami and...
1 July, 2016 - NME.com
LCD Soundsystem played their first show in Poland in nine years as they headlined Open'er festival in Gdynia tonight (July 1). After the opening trio of 'Us v Them', 'Daft Punk Is Playing At My House' and 'I Can Change', LCD's James Murphy addressed the audience, saying: "It's been a long time since we played here... 2007. That's almost ten years. So you're ten years older now, there's no escaping it." The band's last appearance in the country was also at Open'er, when they performed on the Main Stage ahead of Björk. Later in the set, after a moving performance of 'Someone Great' and an ecstatic 'Losing My Edge', Murphy told the crowd: "You guys have been tremendously great. It's been nine years and we didn't know what to expect, but it's been really fun." As fans roared their appreciation, Murphy added wryly: "We're going to meet your enthusiasm with a slow song..." before 'New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down'. They closed their set with 'Dance Yrself Clean' and 'All My Friends'. Following them on the festival's Main Stage, Sigur Ros drew one of the biggest crowds of the weeks. Thousands watched them open their set with new song 'Óveður' and 'Starálfur', from 1999 album 'Ágætis Byrjun'. The band chose to remain silent between tracks. Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa played the festival earlier in the day. "My name's Wiz Khalifa and I do two things: I do what I fucking want and I get high," he told the crowd as he began his set on the Main Stage. While he played the likes of 'Black And Yellow', 'Most Of Us' and 'See You Again', two giant inflatable joints bounced over the crowd. "I just want to let you know you can be whatever you want to be," he told fans as his set drew to an end. "You can do whatever you want to do as long as you use your heart and your mind to get to the top. You've been a beautiful crowd, you should be proud of yourselves. Real talk." Open'er Festival began on Thursday with performances by The Last Shadow Puppets and Florence & The Machine. Red Hot Chili Peppers headlined yesterday, and the festival concludes tomorrow with performances scheduled from Pharrell Williams and Grimes. LCD Soundsystem played: 'Us v Them' 'Daft Punk Is Playing at My House' 'I Can Change' 'Get Innocuous!' 'You Wanted a Hit' 'Tribulations' 'Movement' 'Yeah' 'Someone Great' 'Losing My Edge' 'New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down' 'Dance Yrself Clean' 'All My Friends'
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Every week, Spotify updates their "New Music Friday" playlist, featuring 50 of the freshest new tracks hitting the service that...
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
For CNN's Miguel Marquez, the most surreal day of Michael Jackson's child-molestation trial was March 25, 2005, when the prosecution spent...
1 July, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Six months after Kendrick Lamar sat down with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office, the rapper will return to the White House for a Fourth of July concert at an event honoring military heroes. Janelle Monae will also perform on the White House's South Lawn at the Independence Day celebration that...
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Jacob Collier is a virtuoso multi-instrumentalist wunderkind from London whose break out performance last week at Los Angeles' cavernous YouTube...
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
After Kanye West's "Famous" music video premiered last Friday at back to back events at the Forum in Inglewood, California, followed by...
1 July, 2016 - NME.com
Back in March, Tool front-man Maynard James Keenan spoke out regarding a rumoured return to the studio for the band. Rumours have been abound for years about a new LP from the quartet, which would be the first full lengtyh album since 10,000 Days and the first in almost a decade. According to The Press Enterprise, the metal singer was promoting his other band, Puscifer, when he addressed the issue of a new Tool album, commenting (albeit rather briefly): "We’ve found a common ground. We just can’t seem to move forward.” Getty It has now been revealed that The Melvins frontman Buzz Osborne is one of the lucky few to have heard some of the band’s new music. Speaking to TeamRock.com, Osbourne revealed that the shortest song on the album so far is 12 minutes. "Bands like Tool obviously spend about six months on their albums, and they’ve spent about 10 years putting together the new one," he said. However, Osbourne said that the band haven't even started recording yet. Tool played their first live show of 2015 dressed as members of Led Zeppelin for Halloween. The band's frontman Maynard James Keenan and co played Monster Mash festival in Tempe, Arizona on October 31, with the band covering Led Zeppelin's 'No Quarter' for the occasion.
1 July, 2016 - NME.com
Daniel Radcliffe has opened up about his time on Harry Potter, describing co-star Ralph Fiennes as "genuinely intimidating" during filming. Fiennes starred as iconic villain Lord Voldemort, first appearing in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in 2001. Radcliffe, 26, was cast to play the boy wizard when he was just 11 years old. Appearing In the latest episode of The Jess Cagle Interview, Radcliffe reveals that the villains of the Harry Potter movies were well-cast due to their ability to genuinely scare him. Getty Speaking on the show, Radcliffe said: “I remember when I was 15 doing scenes with Ralph for the first time. He was even scarier than Alan was at first. Alan was super intimidating to start off with as well, but then you get into it, but Ralph genuinely scared me for a few years.” This week (June 28), Radcliffe revealed that he would be potentially open to returning to his role as Harry Potter in the future, but not quite at the moment. Speaking about whether he would consider a return as Potter, Radcliffe told the Radio Times: "It would depend on the script. The circumstances would have to be pretty extraordinary. But then I am sure Harrison Ford said that with Han Solo and look what happened there!" "So I am saying 'No' for now, but leaving room to backtrack in the future," he added. You can watch The Jess Cagle Interview episode below.
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Award-winning music video director and filmmaker Floria Sigismondi has created the first-ever music video shot entirely in IMAX for Rihanna's...
1 July, 2016 - NME.com
Jack White's Third Man Records have announced they are to release a live Pearl Jam album through the Third Man Vault subscription series. The live recording is taken from when the band played a surprise show at Jack White's Third Man Records in Nashville last month (June 9) with White himself appearing onstage with the band. The impromptu gig in front of just 200 fans (plus country stars Keith Urban and Margo Price) acted as a warm-up to Pearl Jam's headline set at Bonnaroo festival the following weekend. Our most sincere appreciation and admiration to @PearlJam, who joined us for a live #directtoacetate recording in the #BlueRoom this evening before their @bonnaroo headline set Saturday. They may have even gained an extra guitarist for a song... #thirdmanrecords #pearljam #jackwhite A photo posted by Third Man Records (@thirdmanrecordsofficial) on Jun 9, 2016 at 6:39pm PDT So this happened tonight! Done recording, now off to Bonnaroo to see them play again!! #pearljam #thirdmanrecords #bonnaroo A photo posted by Michael Fahey (@badmfamps) on Jun 9, 2016 at 7:25pm PDT During the 10-song set, the band covered Pink Floyd's 'Interstellar Overdrive' and were later joined by White for a rendition of their track 'Of The Earth'. As well as the live album – which is featured on a black-and-gold, split-colored vinyl – the vault package will also include a Pearl Jam x Third Man patch, Eddie Vedder’s record booth 7″ single, which he recorded solo on 6/10, a live photo book, and a Pearl Jam x Third Man pin. Members of Pearl Jam’s own Ten Club will receive a coupon code entitling them to $15 off the cost of the package.
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Danny Davis, a promotion executive at Motown, Phil Spector's Philles Records and Neil Bogart's Casablanca Records during his career, died...
1 July, 2016 - NME.com
A man has filmed himself approaching Iggy Azalea in an airport to thank her for "ruining hip-hop." The man is seen to go up to the rapper, asking her to confirm that she is indeed Iggy Azalea. Azalea replies that she is and that it's weird he's filming her, before the man says: "I'd just like to thank you for ruining hip-hop." Azalea does not rise to the comment, instead she walks off in silence as the man laughs. Macklemore called her out in his song 'White Privilege II', while Azealia Banks has had a number of high-profile disputes with the Australian artist. Back in March, the singer was asked about Macklemore citing her as an example of white appropriation of black culture in his song. Azalea denied that she had spoken to the rapper about the incident, saying: "No, but I read his interview and he’s like, ‘I should’ve called'. You should have and you still haven’t. So what’s up with that?" She added: "I don’t think it was intended as a diss, but at least I would’ve been prepared when the headlines came out and been like, alright I know what it is."
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
If you old school West Coast beats and rhymes are what you need to get your relax on this holiday weekend, Snoop Dogg has just what the doctor...
1 July, 2016 - NME.com
British censors have revealed that James Bond movie Spectre was the most complained about film in 2015, receiving 40 complaints. The complaints centered around the age rating given to the film – 12A – despite its scenes of eye-gouging and head-drilling. The chief executive of the British Board of Film Classification, David Austin, said: “By our standards it is quite a lot of complaints but the box office for Spectre is £94m so in context it is a tiny proportion.” Getty The Guardian reports that the BBFC’s annual report points out that there was no blood and no sign of injury and the film “instead uses sound and Bond’s facial expressions to suggest his pain”. “Given the lack of detail, and the audience expectation that Bond will inevitably escape and survive such threats, the scene is within the BBFC guidelines’ allowance for depictions of violence at 12A,” it says. The 24th Bond outing opened in America on November 6 2015, two weeks after its UK premiere, where it beat Jurassic World out to claim the biggest UK box office opening of the year. Spectre has also been revealed as the longest Bond film to date. Running at 148 minutes, the latest film directed by Sam Mendes beats out 2006's Casino Royale, which had a running time 144 minutes. The last Bond film, 2012's Skyfall, was a shade shorter than that at 143 minutes.
1 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
If you're stressing out about what music to play on your Fourth of July party, stress no more!   There's nothing like blasting good...
Apple fires back at Spotify over music streaming claims
1 July, 2016 - Yahoo.com
SAN FRANCISCO/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Apple Inc fought back on Friday against Spotify's claims that the U.S. tech giant had hampered competition in music streaming by rejecting an update to the Swedish service's iPhone app. The two companies have gone head to head in the battle for music streaming customers since Apple Music was launched in more than 100 countries last year. Apple's entry into the field sparked concerns from music streaming companies such as Spotify, which have argued that the 30 percent cut Apple takes of subscriptions in its App Store give its own service an unfair advantage.
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