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Bloc Party dates announced for December

Bloc Party today announce a run of intimate European shows for November-December. Read more...

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Tom Jones announces new album

Tom Jones marks his long awaited waited return with the release of Long Lost Suitcase - the third in a trilogy of albums, following 2010's Read more...


Fifth Harmony announce European tour

The US's most successful girl group Fifth Harmony returns to the UK as part of their first ever European tour, it is announced today. Read more...


Rita Ora: Chris Brown's support means so much

Rita Ora doesn't let pressure hold her back.


David Bowie, Steven Tyler writing for SpongeBob musical

It was hard to believe you could do a musical set under the ocean until The Little Mermaid hit the boards on Broadway in 2008. Read more...


Serayah inspired by Taylor Swift's humility

Serayah McNeill, who is part of Taylor Swift's girlfriend squad, has spoken about the surprising way they first met. Read more...


Nitin Sawhney new album and sream

Nitin Sawhney has today announced the release of his new album Dystopian Dream through Postiv-ID on November 6. Read more...


Mercury Rev unveil 'Are You Ready?' video

With the release of their new album The Light In You just a month away on 2nd October, MERCURY REV have today unveiled Read more...


Teigen 'rubs baby belly for luck'

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are trying for a baby, according to reports. Read more...


Jay Z: Don't reveal my money!

Jay Z has filed legal documents asking for details of his wealth to be kept from the jury when his court battle over his track Big Pimpin' goes to trial. Read more...


Demi Lovato: I'm taking a more mature and older route

In this week's episode of Billboard's Pop Shop Podcast, Demi Lovato opens up about collaborating with Iggy Azalea and also previews her new album 'Confident'. Read more...


Alesha Dixon reveals new single

Fresh off the back of announcing her brand new album 'Do It For Love', Alesha reveals new single 'Tallest Girl', out October 16th. Read more...


JLaw 'shocked by Martin romance'

Chris Martin is said to be flirting with numerous women by buying them a provocative book. Read more...


Tyler, The Creator: UK, why ban me?

Tyler, The Creator doesn't understand why his raps are frowned upon when authors penning tales about raped and murdered aren't criticised. Read more...


Niall Horan 'eyeing up rockstar career'

Niall Horan reportedly wants to be in a new band with some of his friends from Ireland. Read more...


Hozier announces 2016 tour

Hozier, whose Global star continues to soar following 2 Billboard Awards, a coveted Ivor Novello, stunning sets at Glastonbury Read more...


Taylor Swift: Stage invaders? Just Shake It Off!

Taylor Swift reportedly carried on with her set as her bodyguards fought off a stage invader over the weekend. Read more...


Libertines reveal club dates

Reading and Leeds Festival headliners The Libertines have announced five intimate shows commencing in Glasgow on September 6th Read more...


Mumford & Sons tour dates

Mumford & Sons have announced details of a UK/Ireland arena tour for later this year. Read more...


Chrissie Hynde slammed over rape comments

Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders has stirred up a wellspring of controversy with her comment on rape victims. Read more...


Zayn 'hops fence to make VMAs party'

Zayn Malik reportedly "hopped over a fence" to get into an MTV VMA party. Read more...


Xenia Deli: I'm not dating Justin Bieber!

Even though Xenia Deli and Justin Bieber made out mightily in his music video for new single What Do You Mean, the model insists there's no hanky-panky going on... Read more...


Prince talks new album's 'experimental precedent'

Prince and his musical collaborator Joshua Welton claims the sounds they produced for the superstar's fresh LP are unlike anything ever heard before. Read more...


White House addresses Kanye's presidency bid

Kanye West stirred up even more controversy with his statements at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday and high-powered folk are now responding. Read more...


Siouxsie Sioux records 'Hannibal' song

Siouxsie Sioux is best known for her work with her group the Banshees between 1978 and 1995, including 29 charting singles in the U.K. but is Read more...


Christina Aguilera becomes singing teacher

Christina Aguilera has signed up with San Francisco based MasterClass to become an online singing teacher. Read more...


Deryck Whibley marries

Deryck Whibley has wed for the second time.


Gomez: I live under a microscope

Selena Gomez didn't realise how handy her low speaking voice would become for her music. Read more...


Keith Richards: The Stones will always come first

Keith Richards had to put his new album on the back burner when the Rolling Stones 'came out of hibernation'. Read more...

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One The Juggler were, and are again, a South London based band who deserve to be better known. This album was originally released in 1984 and the band had considerable success with it. Read more...



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Searchin For A Lemon Squeezer

Deckchair Poets are a fun-orientated band who give the idea that they don't take themselves too seriously. Which should not distract from the fact that 'Searchin For A Lemon Squeezer' Read more...



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