Kodak Black Settles Lawsuit With Dollaz N Dealz

Brian Stukes, Getty s It looks like the incarcerated Kodak Black now has one less legal battle on his plate. The folks at BOSSIP report the “Tunnel Vision” performer recently settled a breach contract case with Dollaz N Dealz Entertainment, a Florida-based record label he signed with a few years ago. According to gossip site, Kodak believes the record label “screwed him over” […]

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Behind the Music of Game of Thrones

The medieval world Game Thrones wouldn’t be the first place you’d expect to find rock musicians. But increasingly, members Coldplay, Snow Patrol, and other famous bands can be spotted among the legions troubadours and troublemakers roaming Westeros, and tunes whistled or sung by characters during various episodes are receiving closing-credits makeovers by the likes the National and the Hold Steady. So when did […]

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Snow Patrol Tease New Album

If it feels like ages since we’ve heard from Snow Patrol, it has been. The last time the UK band gave us an album was way back in 2011 with Fallen Empires, but it looks as if that’s about to change. Over the weekend, the band took to their Instagram to tease their upcoming seventh album, which is being produced […]

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R.I.P. Italian Soundtrack Great Alessandro Alessandroni

One the world’s true soundtrack legends, Alessandro Alessandroni, has died. Alessandroni — a prolific Italian multi-instrumentalist who first rose to fame by working on spaghetti western classics such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly with childhood friend Ennio Morricone — passed away on Sunday (March 26) in Rome. He was 92. The news first came Alessandroni’s ficial Facebook […]

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Kevin Morby / Waxahatchee / Mary Lattimore Longboat Hall, Toronto ON, March 24

Kevin Morby’s approach to his show at Longboat Hall was unexpected in a few ways. The singer-songwriter and guitarist (and Woods and Babies alum, though I think it’s almost time we drop those references) did not preview material from his just-announced upcoming album, City Music (out June 16 on Dead Oceans) but instead focused on songs from 2014’s Still Life […]

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Kygo premieres two new tracks during surprise Ultra Miami set – Dancing Astronaut

After a great deal speculation from followers and the media tonight, confirmed theories himself being the surprise “special guest” at Ultra’s main stage as he stepped behind the decks at 9:30pm on Friday night. During his brief twenty-minute performance, the Norwegian made sure to squeeze in two brand-new IDs. Both tracks embody his new aural aesthetic, painting a pop-heavy soundscape […]

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Fredo Santana Taken to Hospital After Having a Seizure

Johnny Nunez, Getty s The late nights MCs so ten rap about are probably a good deal more perilous than most us realize. Fredo Santana served up a reminder that when he posted a picture himself on a hospital bed onto his Instagram. He was rushed to the hospital after suffering a seizure yesterday (March 23). He captioned the picture, “When u working […]

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The Franklin Electric ‘Someone Just Like You’ (video)

Montreal alt-folk outfit the Franklin Electric followed up their debut album This Is How I Let You Down with a sophomore LP titled Blue Ceilings earlier this year, and now Exclaim! is giving you the first look at a brand new video for “Someone Just Like You.”   The track appears on the latest album, and its accompanying video captures […]

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​Vince Staples, Jenn Grant and the Courtneys Lead This Week’s Can’t Miss Concerts

If you’ve worked up an appetite for some delicious live music, you’re in luck: As per usual, we’ve prepared our weekly edition Can’t Miss Concerts, which includes a healthy mixture acts falling all over the musical spectrum, playing from March 23 to 29. From the velvety folk chanteuse Jenn Grant to the poignant words Long Beach rapper Vince Staples, we’ve […]

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