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Toronto synth-pop three-piece Parallels are set to release their third studio album. Titled Metropolis, the new record will arrive on February 17 through the Marigold Label.   The 12-song collection features the previously shared title track off the band's 2015 Civilization EP, as well as a slew of new tracks. "Heart of the Wild" is the next one ready to be shared by the band, and you can get an

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Just this week, Ryan Adams revealed the details of his next album, Prisoner. He also shared a brand new track called "Do You Still Love Me?" but now fans can get some more insight into the upcoming LP thanks to a fan who diligently recorded the singer-songwriter's entire set at the Enmore Theatre in Melbourne, Australia.   At his Tuesday night (December 6) show, Adams ran through a bunch of new c

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Every Time I Die roared back into action with Low Teens this past September, and the Buffalo, NY hardcore crew are set to take their latest record on the road in the new year on a North American tour. Fittingly titled "the Low Teens tour," the 32-date trek with keep the band on the road for a better part of a month through the United States and Canada. Support on each date of the tour will come

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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra once again breathed new life into classic Elvis Presley songs for an album called The Wonder of You earlier this year, and now the track that the album takes its name from has been treated to a stylish new video.   The clip stars Kate Moss, who steps into some of Elvis's most iconic looks for the camera. From head-to-toe black leather to sequined white jumpsuits,

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Bright Eyes mastermind Conor Oberst released his latest solo album Ruminationsthis year, and now he's shared a couple of additional cuts that didn't quite make it onto the LP.   Album opener "Tachycardia" has been given a full band rework, while non-album tune "Afterthought" still keeps in line with the simple, sad and stripped-back sound of the rest of Ruminations. Both tunes appeared on a Black

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Music industry giants Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine have forged an unlikely, yet longstanding partnership through their many years in the business. Next year, HBO will take a closer look at their working relationship in a four-part documentary series. Titled The Defiant Ones, the Allen Hughes-directed project is described by HBO as "an unquestionably bold film about the unlikely but ultimately unbre

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GQreleased a collection of stories shared by Prince's closest friends this week, and amongst the anecdotes was a nugget of information about a Netflix show that could have been.   Photographer Maya Washington revealed that the late singer had been in talks with the streaming service to take audiences inside the Paisley Park compound via a reality TV show.   Washington says Prince asked her to he

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Cuff The Duke, Sean William Clarke and more reimagine the Beatles for Mitch Fillion's Who Is This Now?. Canadian artists imagine a different, darker Beatles in the soundtrack to Who Is This Now? by chris hampton | Chart Attack.

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