9 February, 2016 - NME.com
Disclosure and Rudimental will return to headline Brighton festival Wild Life this year. Both acts headlined the first ever Wild Life in 2015 and will continue the tradition at Brighton City Airport on June 11-12 this year. Joining them on the bill will be Skepta, Busta Rhymes, Annie Mac, Ice Cube, Bastille and James Bay. Disclosure headline the Saturday night of the festival (June 11) on a line-up that also includes Skepta, Busta Rhymes, Annie Mac, DJ EZ, Earth Wind & Fire, Four Tet, Flume, Eats Everything, Ratboy and Julio Bashmore. Rudimental follow up the next day and will close the Sunday (June 12) night of the festival alongside Ice Cube, Bastille, James Bay, Jack Garratt, Stormzy, Carl Cox, Kaytranada, Pusha T and Todd Terje. The festival's Supercharged stage will see something of a grime takeover with Kano, Section Boyz, Preditah, Novelist, Lady Leshurr, Faze Miyaki and Logan Sama all on the bill. Wild Life's sister festival, Parklife in Manchester, have also revealed their line-up today with The Chemical Brothers and Major Lazer headlining. Tickets for both festivals are on sale at 9am on Thursday, February 11. For more information visit wildlifefestival.com/
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
'90s band Belly have announced that they are to reunite for an upcoming tour, as well as outlining plans to release new music. The dream-pop group formed in 1991 before disbanding in 1996. They released two albums, 1993's 'Star' and 1995's 'King', in that period. The band posted a statement to their official website on Monday (February 8), saying: "Belly is very happy to announce that we will be reuniting to play some shows this coming summer in the US and the UK. Dates will be announced as they are confirmed, but right now we can tell you with relative confidence that the UK shows will fall in the middle of July, and US shows will be scattered throughout August and possibly into September." The message added: "We’ve also got a handful of brand new Belly songs in various stages of writing and recording, that we’ll be releasing one by one over the next few months... We are very excited to be playing together again, and hope to see you out there in Summer of 2016!" Belly were formed by former Throwing Muses and The Breeders member Tanya Donelly along with Tom Gorman, Chris Gorman and Fred Abong. Abong was later replaced by L7's Gail Greenwood. The band have confirmed via Facebook that the reunited line-up will again see Greenwood take the place of Abong. Watch the video for Belly's 1993 single 'Feed The Tree' below.
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
Stephen Fry has revealed that he attempted suicide following an interview with a Ugandan politician he describes as a "foaming, frothing homophobe". The actor and TV personality recalls his encounter with Uganda's Minister for Ethics and Integrity, Simon Lokodo, in BBC One's forthcoming mental health documentary The Not So Secret Life Of The Manic Depressive: 10 Years On. Fry tells viewers Lokodo "was a foaming, frothing homophobe of the worst kind [and] behind the bill in Uganda that was supposed to make homosexuality a capital offence, in other words a death sentence". "It was a very passionate interview and I was very strong in my opinions," he adds. Fry then recalls the suicidal feelings he experienced after completing his interview with the Ugandan minister. "I paced around trying to analyse what it was that had disappeared from me. It seemed as though the whole essence of me had disappeared. Everything that was me was no longer there. Just some feeling came over me that this was the end," he explains. "I just carefully lined up I don't know how many of those damned pills and drank all the vodka that there was there with the pills," he adds. "The next thing I remember was that I'm on the floor and an embarrassed member of the hotel is looking down at the carpet in the doorway [saying], 'We've just got to get him to a hospital'." When Fry returned to the UK, his psychiatrist Dr William Shanahan kept him on suicide watch for a day and a half and even considered having him sectioned. "I was worried enough about him to believe he might actually kill himself," Shanahan says in the documentary. The Not So Secret Life Of The Manic Depressive: 10 Years On airs on BBC One on Monday (February 15) at 9pm. It finds Fry revising the mental health issues he previously explored in his 2006 documentary The Secret Life Of The Manic Depressive.
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
With just two days to go until the album formerly known as Swish, Waves and So Help Me God drops, Kanye West took to Twitter to once again change the...
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Sing the song, blow out the candles, eat the cake and unwrap the gifts. According to a court filing on Monday, music publisher Warner/Chappell will...
9 February, 2016 - RollingStone.com
As Alice Cooper began preparing to debut a new Hollywood Vampires tune and pay tribute to Motörhead's Lemmy Kilmister at the Grammy Awards, he marveled at how he and his bandmates, which include Johnny Depp and Joe Perry, could coordinate schedules. One new challenge has been working around Guns N'...
9 February, 2016 - RollingStone.com
While millions were blown away by Beyoncé's scene-stealing performance of "Formation" at Super Bowl 50, not everyone was pleased by the show. Some pundits criticized the singer for using halftime "as a platform to attack police officers," as former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani loudly complained to Fox News on...
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
Major Lazer and The Chemical Brothers have been named as headliners for Manchester festival Parklife this year. Celebrating its seventh birthday, Parklife will return to Heaton Park on June 11-12 with Diplo's Major Lazer headlining alongside The Chemical Brothers. Other acts confirmed for the bill so far include Jamie xx, Jess Glynne, Years & Years, Skepta, Fat White Family, Blossoms and NWA's Ice Cube. Elsewhere on the line-up for the Manchester festival there are slots for Bastille, Annie Mac, Katy B, Wolf Alice, Busta Rhymes and Circa Waves. Craig David's comeback will continue with an appearance from him and his TS5 set while grime MCs Kano, Stormzy, Bugzy Malone, Section Boyz, Bonkaz, Lady Leshurr, Elf Kid and Casisdead will also be present. Meanwhile, a range of producers, DJs and live dance acts will appear across the weekend with Four Tet, Floating Points, MK, DJ EZ, Flume, Sigma, Gorgon City, Nina Kraviz, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Diplo and Ben UFO among the many names on today's announcement. Parklife's sister festival, Brighton event Wild Life, also announced its line-up today with Disclosure and Rudimental set to headline. Tickets for both festivals are on sale at 9am on Thursday, February 11. For more information visit parklife.uk.com
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Current Grammy Award nominees Andra Day and Jazmine Sullivan will headline the talent lineup at Essence magazine’s seventh annual Grammy Week...
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Hot off the heels of his win on NBC’s The Voice, Jordan Smith has inked a worldwide management deal with Sam Feldman and Steve Macklam of...
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Viacom on Tuesday reported fiscal first-quarter earnings in line with Wall Street expectations and a less pronounced U.S. advertising revenue drop...
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
A tribute concert was held in honour of David Bowie at The Roxy in Los Angeles on Monday night (February 8). Bowie passed away last month (January 10), just two days after the singer's 69th birthday and release of his final album 'Blackstar'. The charity gig, 'Celebrating David Bowie', enlisted celebrities such as Ewan McGregor, Gary Oldman and Seal to perform the star's biggest hits. Billboard reports that McGregor covered 'Heroes', a song he also sang in Baz Luhrmann's 2001 film Moulin Rouge. Watch footage from the concert beneath. Meanwhile, Bowie's widow Iman broke her silence over the weekend for the first time since her late husband's passing. The former model and actress posted a message to social media that read: "'Love & Gratitude' - Iman". Bowie and Iman had been married since 1992.
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Atlantic Records and Warner Music Group have re-upped their commitment to Artist Partners Group, the music company founded by veteran Atlantic/WMG A...
9 February, 2016 - Yahoo.com
The music publisher will also not stand in the way for a judge to declare the song to be in the public domain.
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
Jimi Hendrix's London home will be opened to the public for the first time as the Hendrix Museum opens this week (Wednesday, February 10). Hendrix lived in the Mayfair property for a year between 1968-69. The flat is located at 23 Brook Street, next door to Handel House, the former London home of composer George Frideric Handel. Admission to the museum is £7.50. The Guardian reports that items include records from Hendrix's personal vinyl collection, including a copy of Bob Dylan's 'Highway 61 Revisited' that is stained with Hendrix’s blood. The Brook Street home belonged to Hendrix's then girlfriend Kathy Etchingham. He moved away to Notting Hill area of London when they split. Fans will be able to view the top floor of the home with organisers having spent two years renovating it to its original form. Getty Getty "It is hard to think of another home in the world with such a concentration of musical genius," chairman of the Handel House Trust, Alistair Stranack, previously said of the news. "Our research into the building and Hendrix’s circle of friends and acquaintances has enabled us to present an image of what life was like in his time at Brook Street." "While it has been a pleasure to have been working in Jimi’s bedroom for the past few years, it is even more pleasing to be able to throw it open to everybody else." Find more info on the Hendrix Museum.
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
A "significant lock" of John Lennon's hair is set to be sold at auction in the US. Rolling Stone reports that the lock is up for auction online via Dallas-based company Heritage Auctions, with bidding closing on February 20. The current highest bid is $12,000 (£8,000). According to the sales description, the lock - thought to be the "largest lock of Lennon's hair" ever sold at auction - was trimmed in September 1966 during the filming of Richard Lester-directed movie How I Won The War. Lennon appeared as Musketeer Gripweed in the film. See a photo of the lock in question below. Bid on John Lennon's hair here. A lock of hair trimmed from John Lennon's trademark moptop is to go under the hammer https://t.co/KTS8jCNk53 pic.twitter.com/iyJ2X51y4Y— Sky News (@SkyNews) February 9, 2016 In 2015, a different lock of John Lennon's hair sold at auction for $25,600. Meanwhile, in 2007, another sold for $48,000. Earlier this week, it was revealed that The Beatles' annual contribution to Liverpool economy is valued at £82 million.
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
Beyonce is reportedly working on her new album and has played it to those close to her. Over the weekend, Beyoncé returned to release surprise new single 'Formation' ahead of her Super Bowl halftime show appearance with Coldplay. Billboard now reports that the star's stylist, Ty Hunter, has claimed to have heard the singer's new record. "I've heard the new album and it's beyond awesome," he said during an episode of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live. Beyoncé's next album will be her sixth studio release. She released her last LP, her self-titled effort, in December 2013. Getty Beyoncé has also announced a world tour and will be hitting the road in North America in April before crossing the Atlantic in June and July. UK and Ireland dates include shows in London, Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow, Dublin and Sunderland. Tickets go on sale next Tuesday (February 16). See the shows in full below. Beyoncé's UK and Ireland dates are as follows: Sunderland, Stadium of Light (June 28) Cardiff, Millennium Stadium (June 30) London, Wembley Stadium (July 2) Manchester, Emirates Old Trafford (July 5) Glasgow, Hampden Park (July 7) Dublin, Croke Park (July 9)
9 February, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Hall & Oates will hit the road this summer for a string of tour dates, and to announce the trek, the duo enlisted the Blue Jean Committee, the soft-rock supergroup whose life story was recently featured on IFC's Documentary Now!. In the video, the Catalina Breeze band – portrayed by Fred Armisen and...
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
Pixar screenwriter Daniel Gerson has died of brain cancer at the age of 49. Gerson co-wrote the screenplays for 2001's Monsters, Inc., its 2013 prequel Monsters University and 2014's Big Hero 6, which won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film. He also contributed additional material to other Pixar films including 2005's Chicken Little, 2006's Cars, 2009's Up and last year's Inside Out. He took on small voice roles in Monsters, Inc. and Big Hero 6 too. Gerson began his career as a staff writer on '90s US sitcom Something So Right and also wrote for the '90s reboot series The New Addams Family. He then became a member of the Pixar screenwriting stable. He died peacefully at his home in Los Angeles on Saturday (February 6), his family confirmed in a New York Times obituary. He is survived by his of 20 years, Beau Stacom, and their children Claire and Asher. "Daniel was a remarkable father, who enriched his children's lives at every opportunity and enabled them to believe the best about themselves," his family wrote in the obituary. "Daniel expressed a unique zest for life, its big and little moments, and brought that spirit to all of his loved ones. His sense of humor was exceptional."
9 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' politically charged "White Privilege II" has been a hot talking point since it dropped last month. ...
9 February, 2016 - NME.com
The first trailer for the next, and final, series of Channel 4 comedy Fresh Meat has been revealed with the students busy revising for their exams. Created by the duo behind Peep Show, Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain, Fresh Meat follows a motley crew of students at a fictional Manchester university who are forced to share a house together off-campus. The upcoming series does not yet have a transmission date but will be the last one with cast members and writers moving on to new projects. The show's cast includes also includes Joe Thomas from The Inbetweeners and Call The Midwife's Charlotte Ritchie. Series four will feature the first new episodes of Fresh Meat in more than two years. Series three aired in autumn 2013, following on from series one in 2011 and series two in 2012. In 2014, Sam Bain revealed that he and Armstrong were "working on a couple of ideas" for a possible Fresh Meat film, with a representative for the production company behind the series adding: "Plans for a movie version of Fresh Meat are under discussion but they're still at a very early stage."
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