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A New Kurt Cobain Album Will Debut This Summer

Like Tupac before him, Kurt Cobain's unreleased recordings are being edited into an album set to debut this summer. see more
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60 Seconds With Stromae: On Talking Sh*t, His Best Friend, and Krusty the Clown

Perhaps you know the Belgium-born Paul Van Haver by his stage name, Stromae. Or perhaps you don't know him, and for that you'd be forgiven. Because while he has certainly conquered Europe with his swaggering mix of electronica and hip-hop, the international hit-maker is still considered an up-and-comer here in the U.S. But at just 30 years old and with only two studio albums to his name, we can only assume that we'll be hearing and seeing a lot more of him in the future. Here, we sat down with the artist to chat style, friendship, and the sadness see more
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Jay Z Lures Fans to Tidal With Exclusive B-Sides Concert

Jay Z is throwing his weight behind the music-streaming site Tidal, of which he is a part owner. And while Mr. Knowles went on the defensive over the weekend with a stream of tweets (branded #TidalFacts) that were meant to serve as a online pep talk for Tidal, now the rapper is going on the offensive. On May 13, Hova will be hosting an intimate concert in New York City featuring B-sides, including songs that haven't seen the light of day in years and others that have never been publicly performed, reports Idolator. BUT! There's a catch (of course). see more
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2015: The Year Even Non-Theatre People Will Care About the Tonys

Think that theatre (the -re kind, not the common -er variety) is highfalutin stuff that summer blockbuster-lovin' folks just won't relate to? That Broadway is all "Alas, poor Yorick!"-style Shakespeare or ear-to-ear grins and jazz hands? Well, it is. BUT! Producers and directors know that you'll shell out a couple of extra bucks to see a real live celebrity in person rather than just an image projected on a sheet. And actors, well, they think they're fancy if they tread the boards for a few weeks. Thus, this year's Tony nominees include boldface names like Bradley Cooper (Best Actor see more
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Terry Crews Crushes Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" On Lip Sync Battle

Terry Crews—professional football player turned actor and star of all those weird/funny Old Spice commercials—took on the tender musical interlude "A Thousand Miles" from early-aughts singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton. Calling back to the iconic video, Crews based his performance around a piano, though the white suit, striptease, and backup dancers seem to be his creation. His competitor? Mike Tyson, who does a throwback to Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It," which we teased earlier in the week. Watch the very . . . um . . . spirited performances from last night, above. Lip Sync Battle ">see more
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True Detective's Eerie Moving Posters, the Olsen Twins Talk Fuller House, and 3 Other Things You Should Know This Morning

We get the world we deserve. #TrueDetective pic.twitter.com/iTkuP2t04n— True Detective (@TrueDetective) April 22, 2015 —HBO released "moving posters" on Twitter yesterday for its highly anticipated second season of True Detective. One features cars driving along California highways (above), while the other depicts a crow picking at a carcass under a freeway overpass. Both contain the tagline "We get the world we deserve." Spooky! (Empire) —It turns out that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were just as surprised to hear about another season of Full House as the rest of us were—in an interview with WWD, they revealed that they learned the see more
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Alabama Shakes Powerhouse Brittany Howard on Her Inspirations: Kubrick, Björk, Caravaggio, and More

In 2012, Alabama Shakes released their first album, Boys & Girls, a rollicking southern-rock workout that earned two Grammy nominations and introduced the world to frontwoman Brittany Howard, whose soulful, guttural wails on the breakout hit "Hold On" managed to channel both Aretha Franklin and Janis Joplin. The Shakes' long-awaited follow-up, Sound & Color, out today, features a revamped sound: more psychedelic, a touch funkier than the bluesy songs of the past. The evolution was evident during a February Saturday Night Live performance, when Howard stepped to the mic to sing the falsetto chorus of "Don't Wanna Fight" wearing Prince see more
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60 Seconds With Josh Groban, the Larry David of Classical Music

Got a minute? As in, a literal minute? Just 60 seconds. Because that's all you need to play a quick game of catch-up with the bad boy of classical music, Josh Groban. Hopes, dreams, self-reflection, and pantless video games are all covered in the video above. see more
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5 Soul-Stirring Percy Sledge Songs to Honor His Memory

Percy Sledge, the soul singer who recorded the groundbreaking hit song "When a Man Loves a Woman," died Tuesday morning in Louisiana. He was 74. A doctor told the Associated Press that Sledge died of natural causes while in hospice care. His music, especially the song he was best known for, will serve as a fitting legacy. "When a Man Loves a Woman" was a chart-topping hit when it was released in 1966, and Rolling Stone listed it at No. 53 on its list of the greatest songs of all time. see more
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Justin Bieber Got Escorted Out of Coachella . . . in a Chokehold

Coachella: teeming hotbed of questionable fashion choices, strange kissing partners, and, well, Justin Bieber drama. To be honest, controversy and drama seem to follow the 21-year-old pop star wherever he goes, so it's only to be expected to be exacerbated by the musical bacchanal set in the California desert. Basically, Bieber wanted to be let into the VIP artists' area but was told it was at capacity and he could not be accommodated, says TMZ. After arguing with security, a kerfuffle erupted that ended with Bieber being put in a chokehold and then being asked to leave the music see more
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