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Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keys and Pharrell are among the latest set of performers and presenters scheduled to appear at the

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Former Dirty Projectors member Amber Coffman discussed her split from the band and breakup with its leader Dave Longstreth, Stereogum reports. "I consider it a loss

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Danish experimental rockers Mew have released "Carry Me to Safety," the closing track from their upcoming album 'Visuals.'

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Danny Brown stars in the most horrifying and depressing sitcom in the surreal new Jonah Hill-directed video for "Ain't It Funny." The Detroit rapper plays the depressed, drug-addled Uncle Danny, while the clip also features

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The Abbey Road Studios recording console used in the creation of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of

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The Bob Dylan archive in Tulsa, Oklahoma is now open to select groups and individuals with qualified research projects. Those hoping to view and use the archive at the Helmerich Center for American Research at the Gilcrease Museum will have to

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