Terrorists Win? Ariana Grande Cancels Entire Remaining Tour

After ISIS claims responsibility for a heinous act Manchester Arena, Ariana Grande has indefinitely postponed the remaining dates her UK and European tour. A shaken Ariana Grande has now canceled the remaining dates her British and European tour, according to details emerging this morning.  The dates may be rescheduled, but for now, they are indefinitely postponed. An ficial statement confirming […]

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Ariana Grande May Cancel Tour Following Manchester Terrorist Attack

Ariana Grande is alive and uninjured following a devastating Manchester terrorist attack.  But her state is reportedly fragile, with upcoming dates uncertain.  The death count in Manchester has now reached 19, with more than 60 injured. Last updated: Tuesday, May 23rd; 5 am Manchester UK time.  Please check back for ongoing updates. Pop superstar Ariana Grande is now safely alive […]

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Flying Lotus releases two songs with Thundercat and Brendon Small

Possibly You’re Dead outtakes. Flying Lotus has shared a pair tracks on Soundcloud titled ‘North Star3’ and ‘You And Your Friends Are Dead’ which feature Thundercat and Home Movies and Metalacolypse-creator Brendon Small. The songs continue a recent spike in activity for FlyLo following his Twin Peaks theme cover and the Queen-sampling ‘Night Grows Pale’. The tracks, which also include […]

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Novation Peak review: A luxury synth at a reasonable price

Novation is renowned for making affordable, accessible tools for music-making. Its latest device however, is a luxurious polysynth that aims to take a chunk out the high-end sphere dominated by companies like Moog and Dave Smith Instruments. Can Peak carve out its own space in a crowded market? Scott Wilson reviews the UK company’s exciting new synthesizer. Novation has released […]

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Metallica's James Hetfield calls chaotic Lady Gaga Grammys collaboration "a blessing"

But still felt “angry” and “embarrassed.” Metallica and Lady Gaga collaborated to perform ‘Moth Into Flame’ at the Grammy awards earlier this year but things go quite as smoothly as they hoped with the performance marred by technical difficulties. Frontman James Hetfield’s microphone was mistakenly switched f – which forced him to share one with Gaga -and as fans watched […]

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Second Woman: The studio secrets and Back To The Future philosophy of their intense new album

Joshua Eustis and Turk Dietrich are two veterans the US experimental scene, but their current project, Second Woman, is some the freshest electronic music the past few years. Scott Wilson talks to the duo about time manipulation, escaping the limitations modern stware and how they create their high-fidelity, mind-bending music.  “Future music” is a term that’s thrown around a lot these days, […]

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Meet the synth hero reimagining Zelda and your other favorite Super Nintendo soundtracks

Lockhart, Texas resident Will Patterson won the applause video game and electronic music fans last month for his analog synth reworking the soundtrack to The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past. Miles Bowe asks what’s next in his series and if he’d ever give Sega Genesis a chance. Vintage is always in, but when it comes to synths […]

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Alien: Covenant review: Is Ridley Scott's sci-fi prequel just DOOM with facehuggers?

The Alien franchise launched in 1979 with Ridley Scott’s tense original, likened to a “haunted house movie in space.” Since then, it’s swung from action epic Aliens to the nu-metal monster mash Aliens vs Predator and Prometheus’ contemplation on the origin man, losing the spark that influenced generations fans (and musicians) along the way. Alien: Covenant returns the franchise to […]

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Alien: Covenant review: Is Ridley Scott's sci-fi prequel just DOOM with facehuggers?

The Alien franchise launched in 1979 with Ridley Scott’s tense original, likened to a “haunted house movie in space.” Since then, it’s swung from action epic Aliens to the nu-metal monster mash Aliens vs Predator and Prometheus’ contemplation on the origin man, losing the spark that influenced generations fans (and musicians) along the way. Alien: Covenant returns the franchise to […]

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Kill The Noise Releases 'Killuminati Mixtape'

Kill The Noise – Killuminati Mixtape Kill The Noise is about to embark on his massive spring tour, with the debut date set for April 28th in Los Angeles. That being said, it’s only appropriate he drops his annual heavy mix titled “Killuminati Mixtape”. This is the second time this year KTN blesses us with fresh new content, the first being […]

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