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Blur play first European gig of 2013 at Primavera Sound festival
May 25, 2013 6:41am | NME
'Beetlebum', 'Parklife' and 'Under The Westway' played at Barcelona gig last night (May 24)
Prince premieres video for new single 'FIXURLIFEUP' - watch
May 25, 2013 5:40am | NME
Singer releases new promo clip with 3rdEyeGirl band
Police shut down screening of Kanye West's 'New Slaves' video in Texas
May 25, 2013 5:00am | NME
Rapper's plans to project video on Houston's Rothko Chapel thwarted by police
Watch Queens Of The Stone Age play '...Like Clockwork' in full at Los Angeles show
May 25, 2013 4:11am | NME
Band's gig at The Wiltern now online
What's going on Saturday?
May 25, 2013 1:00am | Brooklyn Vegan
Converge @ 'Decibel' party in Philly, January
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Watch Will Smith rap
May 24, 2013 9:59pm | Cosequence Of Sound
It was 17 years ago this week that The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air aired its final episode. Earlier this evening on the UK’s Graham Norton Show, Will Smith and Alfonso Ribeiro (AKA Carlton) reunited on-air and took us on a stroll down memory lane. With DJ Jazzy Jeff behind the deck, watch as Smith raps The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song before he and Ribeiro dance along to “It’s Not Unusual” and “Jump On It”.
On a side note: Will Smith looks almost as young as his son.
Rock it Out! Blog:
May 24, 2013 6:25pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Can a band ever be too old to rock? Do musicians ever reach a point where they have to hang up their guitar and walk away? That’s the focus of today’s Rock it Out! Blog, as Sami ponders at what point an artist should call it quits. Is there a specific age all bands/singers should give up the limelight, or can they rock out into their twilight years as long as they’ve still got “it”? And does their motivation (e.g. paycheck vs. passion) ever play a deciding factor? Leave your comments down below.
Make sure to follow Rock it Out! Blog on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to its YouTube channel.
Watch: James Blake Owns the 9:30 Club (and Our <3s) in Epic Set...
May 24, 2013 4:44pm | The Daily Swarm
We’re roughly twenty minutes into this thing and can confirm it will maybe put something in your eye.
Prince covers Pearl Jam's 1992 single 'Even Flow' - listen
May 24, 2013 4:24pm | NME
He's accompanied by his new 3rdEyeGirl backing band on the track
Shut Up, Dude: This Week
May 24, 2013 4:11pm | StereoGum
One week ago, Kanye premiered Yeezus‘s ferocious “New Slaves” by projecting his face onto buildings throughout the world. (He performed it the next day on SNL, too.) It was the best video of the week and you can watch it on the side of a building IRL tonight in these cities. The rapper’s new music was Stereogum’s most discussed topic this week, but you guys also had a lot to say about our Queens Of The Stone Age review, Fiona Apple’s 10 best songs, and the band name Pity Sex. Your best and worst comments are below.
Watch Queens of the Stone Age perform
May 24, 2013 4:11pm | Fact Magazine
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The desert rockers run through their new album and some old favorites.
Queens of the Stone Age played the Wiltern in Los Angeles last night, running through the entirety of …Like Clockwork along with old favorites ‘No One Knows’, ‘Little Sister’, and ‘Feel Good Hit of the Summer’.
Watch the show below, via NPR. NPR has been on it this week, also releasing footage of a James Blake concert. The setlist follows. The star-studded …Like Clockwork is due out June 3/4.
Billy Joel's Interview with the Times Doesn't Matter Because That Picture Happened...
May 24, 2013 3:44pm | The Daily Swarm
What you see above is NOT the true beauty of the thing contained over at The New York Times, at the top of its insanely long interview with Billy Joel. Looks like love is his co-pilot.
Things discussed that you can read about if you don’t mind just having that picture in your head the whole time:
— Hip dysplasia
— Elton John “shooting from the hip”
— Not wanting to write songs
— Writing sex
Of Course There Was a Mosh Pit at Jeff Hanneman's Memorial Service...
May 24, 2013 3:32pm | The Daily Swarm
Awesome. We suggest watching the whole tribute, but we’ve set the video to play when the giant pit broke out, as soon as “Raining Blood” began. (via Uproxx)
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