28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Maybe you can't make it out to see Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas on their about-to-launch Honda Civic Tour. Tidal's got you. On Wednesday,...
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
Bjork is to perform her song ‘Quicksand’ from a concert in Tokyo as the world’s first VR and 360 live stream. Bjork is to wear a special mask at the performance which can be seen here at mid-day today (June 28). The mask was designed by Professor Neri Oxman and was made by a 3D printer. The performance is part of Bjork’s new exhibition Digital, which opens at Tokyo museum Miraikan tomorrow. ‘Quicksand’ is taken from Bjork’s current album ‘Vulnicura’. Bjork recently announced a box-set edition of the accompanying live album ‘Vulnicura Live’. Set for release in September, the box-set features a 3D mask made from moth paper as well as photos from the 2015 tour plus the CD, download and gatefold vinyl versions of the album. Fans who purchase the album will have to make the mask from accompanying instructions. A standard version of the album is out on July 15. The 'Digital' exhibtion opened in Sydney at the start of June. There is as yet no information on whether it will open in the UK.
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
Parks And Recreation stars Chris Pratt and Retta joined in the birthday celebrations for co-star Aubrey Plaza last night (June 27). Plaza was recording an episode of comedy podcast Unqualified when she was surprised by her former co-stars. Pratt, Retta and podcast host, comedy actress Anna Faris, who is also Pratt’s wife sang ‘Happy Birthday’, while Retta – the comedian who played Donna in Parks And Recreation – sang Stevie Wonder’s song ‘Happy Birthday’. Pratt, who played Andy Dwyer, presented Plaza with cupcakes as the actress who played April Ludgate celebrated her 32nd birthday. Plaza also exchanged birthday messages on Twitter with Nick Offerman, who played Ron Swanson. Aubrey Plaza Celebrated Her Birthday With A Mini 'Parks And Recreation' Reunion https://t.co/r0J0gkwSUT via @YahooTv— Anna Faris Podcast (@unqualified) June 28, 2016 Parks And Recreation ran for seven seasons on NBC until 2015, although the final series is still getting its first airing in the UK on Dave. It launched the careers of Amy Poehler, Aziz Anzari and Rashida Jones, as well as giving Rob Lowe his first major role in some time. The show was created by writing partners Greg Daniels and Michael Schur, who had previously helped transfer The Office from Ricky Gervais’ original into its US version. Schur has since created Andy Samberg sitcom Brooklyn Nine Nine, while Daniels is working on new alien abduction sitcom The Group with chatshow host Conan O’Brien. A BIRTHDAY OF MIRTH 2DEVIL'S DAUGHTER @evilhag
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
With Adele set to head back to Number One following her Glastonbury Festival headline slot, a whole host of other acts have also seen a sales increase after gracing the stage at Worthy Farm. Adele's 2011 album '21' has seen a surge in the charts, currently sitting at number nine, with debut album '19' moving up to number 13. Her most recent album '25', however, looks on track to take top spot. Elsewhere, this year's 'legend' slot occupants ELO are up seven places to Number Three with best of album 'All Over The World', while Christine & The Queens' debut 'Chaleur Humaine' is up eight places to Number Four. Jess Glynne's 'I Cry When I Laugh', meanwhile, is up 21 places to Number 14, while Friday headliner Muse re-enter the chart at Number 15 with 'Drones'. Foals also re-enter the charts at Number 19 with 'What Went Down' Sunday festival closers Coldplay remain at Number Six, while Tom Odell's new album 'Wrong Crowd' falls ten places to Number 17 despite appearing at the festival. READ MORE: Coldplay At Glastonbury 2016: The Massive Talking Points SEE ALSO: Adele Played The Show Of Her Life At Glastonbury 2016 - Here Are All The Pictures
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
With Adele set to head back to Number One following her Glastonbury Festival headline slot, a whole host of other acts have also seen a sales increase after gracing the stage at Worthy Farm. Adele's 2011 album '21' has seen a surge in the charts, currently sitting at number nine, with debut album '19' moving up to number 13. Her most recent album '25', however, looks on track to take top spot. Elsewhere, this year's 'legend' slot occupants ELO are up seven places to Number Three with best of album 'All Over The World', while Christine & The Queens' debut 'Chaleur Humaine' is up eight places to Number Four. Jess Glynne's 'I Cry When I Laugh', meanwhile, is up 21 places to Number 14, while Friday headliner Muse re-enter the chart at Number 15 with 'Drones'. Foals also re-enter the charts at Number 19 with 'What Went Down' Sunday festival closers Coldplay remain at Number Six, while Tom Odell's new album 'Wrong Crowd' falls ten places to Number 17 despite appearing at the festival. READ MORE: Coldplay At Glastonbury 2016: The Massive Talking Points SEE ALSO: Adele Played The Show Of Her Life At Glastonbury 2016 - Here Are All The Pictures
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
[a]White Lies[a] have announced details of a new album, tour and single for their first new material since 2013’s ‘Big TV’ album. Out on October 7, ‘Friends’ is self-produced by the trio of Harry McVeigh, Charles Cave and Jack Brown and was recorded at Bryan Ferry’s London studio. The album is preceded by new single ‘Take It Out On Me’, which can be streamed below and impacts on August 12. Bassist Charles Cave said of the song: ““Right up until we recorded the song it was called ‘89-1-3’. It was inspired by a lunatic on Instagram who kept commenting on a friend’s photos in pseudo-Biblical verse. From his profile, I discovered he lived in a remote cabin with a rough-looking dog. He posted weird videos in which he quoted random numbers. As a challenge, I turned them in to a song. The only problem was that it went so well everyone said it should be the first single, so I relented and gave the chorus real lyrics.” ‘Friends’ is followed by a lengthy European tour which finishes with an eight-date UK run starting a month after the album’s release. The album is available as both regular vinyl and a picture disc as well as standard CD and download formats. A box-set adds four extra songs and a cassette of the album. Cave, White Lies’ main lyricist, said that friendship is a major theme of the album. He commented: “In the past couple of years, we’ve noticed friends’ life situations causing them to make big decisions – marriages, kids, moving out of London. Friendships have begun to feel adult, and our perception of time has changed. As kids, if you didn’t see a mate for a fortnight, you’d wonder what was wrong. Now you might not see someone for six months and it doesn’t matter.” White Lies will play: London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (November 22) Nottingham Rock City (24) Manchester Albert Hall (25) Liverpool Arts Club (26) Glasgow O2 ABC (27) Birmingham O2 Institute (29) Leeds Stylus (30) Bristol O2 Academy (December 1)
28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
A salt shaker, a tissue box, a straw and a vacuum cleaner. That’s a shopping list for most folks. But for Fifth Harmony’s Camila Cabello...
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
This year's Glastonbury Festival was the most watched on the BBC, reaching a record high of 18.7 million over the weekend. Glastonbury 2016 took place over the weekend at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset. The headliners were Adele, Coldplay and Muse. According to figures published by Music Week, Adele's Saturday headline set saw a peak of 3.7 million viewers, making it the most watched Saturday headline performance since 2008. Coldplay, meanwhile, also broke a record for the number of viewers in their Sunday headline slot. Their performance peaked at 3.4 million viewers, with an average of 2.0 million. Their last Glastonbury headline appearance, on Saturday night in 201, had attracted an average audience of 1.0 million. Jeff Lynne’s ELO also became the most watched act of Sunday's "legend" slot, pulling in an audience of 2.4 million compared to Lionel Richie's average audience of 1.71 million in 2015. However, Friday night headliners Muse didn't fare so well, attracting drawing an average audience of 346,000 for its live stream on BBC Four and 420,000 when the performance was repeated later on BBC Two. SEE ALSO: 16 Pictures That Capture The Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland That Is Glastonbury On Monday In other Glastonbury news, Adele's '25' looks to be heading back to number one after her triumphant Glastonbury set. Guns N’ Roses have been named as early favourites to headline Glastonbury next year.
28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
It was the moment the BET Awards audience had been waiting for the whole evening. Sheila E. ripping ferociously into the opening drum beats of...
28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Lady Gaga sat down with the Dalai Lama on Sunday to discuss love, compassion and the ills of the world. The 20-minute meeting, which took place after...
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
Kasabian say their new album has been inspired by a concept of John Lennon’s, based on the idea of a chair. In an interview, Lennon said that rock music was a chair and that musicians could make their own ideal chair. Kasabian guitarist Serge Pizzorno told Q: “Lennon said The Beatles version of rock & roll was their chair. So I thought ‘Wow, I want to make my version of that chair.’” After 2014’s experimental ’48:13’ album, Kasabian say the new album – which will be released in autumn – is “going back to our guitar roots,” according to Pizzorno. Tom Meighan said: “Serge played me the demos and I was ‘Fucking hell!’ It’s nothing like ’48:13’. There’s no fucking interludes or any of that shit.” Meighan said new song ‘Put Your Life On It’ is “As good as ‘Let It Be’ – it’ll make you cry”, while ‘Good Fight’ is “Unbelievable, like a David Bowie song.” Other songs scheduled for the new album include ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’ and ‘24/7’. ‘Put Your Life On It’ was debuted at Kasabian’s gig at Leicester City’s King Power Stadium show in May, arranged to celebrate the band’s team winning the Premier League title.
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
Daniel Radcliffe has revealed that he would be potentially open to returning to his role as Harry Potter in the future, but not quite at the moment. Radcliffe portrayed the character for eight films from 2001-2011, with actor Jamie Parker taking on the role for new stage show, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child. Speaking about whether he would consider a return as Potter, Radcliffe told the Radio Times: "It would depend on the script. The circumstances would have to be pretty extraordinary. But then I am sure Harrison Ford said that with Han Solo and look what happened there!" "So I am saying 'No' for now, but leaving room to backtrack in the future," he added. Radcliffe recently revealed why he probably won't be seeing new the new Harry Potter: Cursed Child play. "It would be a weird one. I could be completely wrong in this, but I feel like if I went to see it that night, there's going to be a lot of Harry Potter fans there in the audience obviously and would that then become a thing?" he said. "Would it be more about them watching me watch the show or would it take away from the show?" Radcliffe continued. "I would never want to do anything that would distract or take away from the show."
28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
BMG has signed a long-term publishing administration deal with Roger Waters to represent his share of the Pink Floyd catalog. Terms of the deal were...
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
Calvin Harris was involved in a minor car accident on Monday (June 27), scraping the door of his vehicle against a wall while trying to escape from paparazzi. The incident took place outside a gym in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles yesterday. As Harris left the gym to get into his car, a photographer was heard asking Harris, "Who are you dating now?" Video footage then sees Harris forgetting that his backseat door is still open while attempting to reverse, grazing the car's door against a wall. See below. The DJ later took to Twitter to apologise for getting "mad as hell" following the incident. "You did make me back into a wall but I know you're just doing your job," he added. I got mad as hell at a paparazzi today, I'm sorry, you did make me back into a wall but I know you're just doing your job and I apologise— Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) June 27, 2016 Harris was also involved in a more serious car accident while travelling from Los Angeles to Las Vegas on May 21. He suffered cuts to his face in the crash and had to cancel several concerts. Calvin Harris recently split with girlfriend Taylor Swift, who is now reportedly dating Tom Hiddleston.
28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Red Hot Chili Peppers are enjoying a hot start Down Under with The Getaway (Warner), which gives the American rockers’ their ...
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
Lady Gaga may be banned from visiting or performing in China after her recent meeting with the Dalai Lama. Gaga and the Tibetan Buddhist leader met to discuss mental health and tragedy, with the conversation broadcast on Facebook Live, following the 84th annual Conference of Mayors in Indianapolis, at which both gave speeches. China and the Dalai Lama have long been at odds with one another, following the latter's exile from Chinese-ruled Tibet in 1959. The Dalai Lama has called for Tibetan independence ever since. Following the meeting, the Communist party’s propaganda department reportedly issued "an important instruction" banning Gaga from mainland China. A foreign reporter claimed that he had asked a spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry whether the incident would create a "bad romance" - a reference to the Gaga song of the same name - between Gaga and China. The spokesperson allegedly responded by saying, "Who?". According to Associated Press, the spokesperson added: "The purpose of [the Dalai Lama's] visits and activities in other countries is just to promote his proposal for Tibetan independence. We hope that people from the international community can be fully aware of his true colours and nature." Other artists previously banned from China after meeting with the Dalai Lama or speaking in favour of him includes Oasis, Bjork and Maroon 5. During the meeting, Gaga asked the Dalai Lama questions received on social media. The first asked about how to help young people manage low self-esteem, eating disorders, addiction, mental health and suicide. "When you show more sense of concern of others' well-being, then you also get the feeling, 'Oh, I am something useful to others," he answered after criticising the modern world's "lack of compassion" and "materialistic culture". The pair also discussed tragedy, with the Dalai Lama saying: "Once [a] tragic situation happens, not avoid - look at more deeply, widely. Many positive, happy things are there if you look [from a] wider perspective. If you look real closely, it appears unbearable. But if you look widely, [you can see] other positive things there." You can watch the video in full on Lady Gaga's Facebook page.
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
President Obama has attempted to list all the deaths that have occurred in hit HBO fantasy show Game Of Thrones. Obama appeared in a clip for Buzzfeed which saw him undertake various tasks that are supposedly more difficult than registering to vote. These included untangling headphones, playing the board game Operation and naming all the characters that have died in Game Of Thrones. Spoiler alert: Obama begins: "All right, you’ve got Ned, Robb, Khal Drogo, Jon — but maybe that doesn’t really count... And then Hodor. That was sad." Watch below. Meanwhile, Game Of Thrones fans have reacted positively to the finale of season six, which was broadcast on Sunday night / Monday morning. Many celebrities joined in the praise for the episode The Winds Of Winter, with Colin Hanks commenting: “When you put together the last two episodes of this season, you get the new high watermark. In so many ways…” Most fans appeared to agree that The Winds Of Winter was the best episode of the series so far, with many commenting that it was the best finale of any television season. Others expressed frustration that they will have to wait until 2017 for the next season.
28 June, 2016 - NME.com
The music world has reacted to news that England are out of the Euro 2016 football tournament. Having finished second in their group (runner-up to Wales), England faced minnows Iceland in Nice. Iceland were among the lowest-ranked teams in the European Championship, with a national population of just 330,000 - compared to England 53 million. Despite taking the lead through a Wayne Rooney converted penalty, Iceland came back to beat England 2-1, a result that led to the English team's exit from the tournament, failing to make it past the last 16. Manager Roy Hodgson resigned following the result. Ghostpoet took to Twitter to bemoan the result, writing, "England out of Europe. Twice in one bloody week. Wow", while Shura added, "Cue England's self destruct button". Billy Bragg, meanwhile, said that "It looked and felt like England were playing against Leicester City tonight" and Blood Orange joked to "Get me on the England squad". See a collection of tweets responding to the result below. England out of Europe. Twice in one bloody week. Wow.— ghostpoet (@ghostpoet) June 27, 2016 England man lol — #MERKY (@Stormzy1) June 27, 2016 Classic England — Formation (@formationmusic) June 27, 2016 Cue England's self destruct button — shura (@weareshura) June 27, 2016 It looked and felt like England were playing against Leicester City tonight.— Billy Bragg (@billybragg) June 27, 2016 England - watch your football fans crying with splenetic rage today and get a sense of how 48% of your country feels.— John Niven (@NivenJ1) June 28, 2016 Get me on the England squad https://t.co/ZWB2U0BKte— Devonté Hynes (@devhynes) June 27, 2016 England squad combined earn multi millions a week. Millions of £ wasted on players who care more about Marbella pool pics than the euros— Saint Raymond (@Callum_SR) June 27, 2016 In the following video, the part of England is being played by Ian Beale (Woodyatt). https://t.co/1CVHpqmr8b— Greg James (@gregjames) June 27, 2016
28 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Adele’s triumphant performance at a wet, muddy Glastonbury Festival should have a warm afterglow for the singer.  The British...
27 June, 2016 - Billboard.com
Just hours after Kanye West’s “Famous” video made its broadcast debut, the controversial video is getting its big screen launch...
27 June, 2016 - NEWS.com.au
RYAN Tedder writes the songs that get stuck in your head. He does it with his band mates for OneRepublic and with everyone else for their records.
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