Apple's latest iTunes update reduces clutter by removing iOS App Store

Apple streamlines iTunes in its latest update. Apple has cut some the clutter from its iTunes stware by removing the ability to buy and transfer iOS apps from the program. It means the App Store (pictured below) and app library sections are completely gone. Now, when you click on the tab in the top left to switch between libraries, the “Apps” option is no longer there. The removal […]

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FACT mix 618: Tara Jane O'Neil

Former Rodan bassist and prolific solo artist Tara Jane O’Neil provides a restorative mix female voices.  As the bassist the foundational band Rodan, Tara Jane O’Neil is a post-rock pioneer. Her solo work is just as impressive. Albums like You Sound, Reflect and Where Shines New Light are languid, immersive, and unlike so much music made with guitars. A listen to […]

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Djakarta Warehouse Project Reveals Phase 2 Lineup

One Asia’s biggest electronic dance music festivals Djakarta Warehouse Project has announced the second phase their massive lineup. Last year the Indonesian festival broke records by drawing 90,000 attendees to its event. This year phase 2 the lineup includes techno powerhouses Richie Hawtin and Loco Dice, Trance artist Ian Bluestone, and bass heads Zeds Dead and Flosstradamus. Steve Aoki will be dishing out […]

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Technics announces new version of legendary SP-10 turntable

Originally published on The Vinyl Factory. The iconic 1970s turntable gets a revamp. Panasonic is releasing a new version its legendary Technics SP-10, reports What Hi-Fi. Unveiled at the IFA in Berlin, the Reference Class SP-10R, which has been called the “most premium turntable ever” by Panasonic, goes on sale next summer. : Technics SP-10R features a 7kg brass, rubber […]

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Matthew Dear collaborates with Tegan and Sara on new single 'Bad Ones'

The Ghostly International boss’ second single this year. Matthew Dear has released the new single ‘Bad Ones’ which features vocals from pop duo Tegan and Sara. The track continues a busy year for Matthew Dear, who previously hadn’t released music under that name since 2012’s Beams. In January he joined the DJ Kicks mix series and in June he released […]

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Singing the blues: 7 of the best portable Bluetooth speakers for under $250

Playing music out loud from the tinny speaker built into your phone is anti-social at best and punishable by some severe tutting at worst. But upgrade the sound system, says Tom Wiggins, and you might just get a party started at the bus stop. Chances are you listen to all your music on your phone anyway, so setting it free is […]

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Seven Lions Reveals His Horizon Tour With Tritonal And Kill The Noise

Seven Lions, Tritonal and Kill the Noise are combining forces and bringing you the Horizon Tour this fall. The tour will cover 20 cities on the North American Continent. Some city destinations, including the first performance, are yet to be announced. The tour starts in October and finishes in Chicago in December making stops in Toronto, Los Angeles, Calgary, Washington, […]

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We Broke It Here First: Jake & Papa Talk ‘Tattoos & Blues’

Some people we actually like… Jake & Papa Talk “Tattoos & Blues” We recently chatted with crooner cuties Jake & Papa about their background,  their music and their style. Back in 2011 Bossip called the duo the “new age K-Ci & Jojo” and we’re excited to see that they’re still putting their singing/songwriting talents to use. After leaving the BET […]

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Hate It Or Love It? LHHH’s Lyrica Anderson Drops “Don’t Take It Personal”

Reality Starlet & Singer Releases New Single Check out “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood’s Lyrica Anderson new single, “Don’t Take It Personal.” In it, the singer and reality show stunner sings about playing with her love interest’s head and not caring, because she’s not completely sure her man’s intentions. Peep the song description:On the heels her last project,Nasha Pearl,Lyrica Andersonreturns […]

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Hype Williams announce new album Rainbow Edition

Meet the new Hype Williams? The ever-elusive experimental project Hype Williams has resurfaced with Rainbow Edition, a new album out next month on Big Dada. Today you can hear the non-album single ‘Kathy Goes 2 Haiti’. Originally appearing in the late 2000s as the collaborative project Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, Hype Williams seemed to end once the pair moved […]

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