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Noel Gallagher’s ‘Chasing Yesterday’ Fastest Selling Album Of 2015 So Far | Music News

  Noel Gallagher’s latest album Chasing Yesterday which was released on March 2, has recently been announced as the fastest selling album of 2015 so far, with the album confirming the number one position in the charts upon release. Official Chart Company data reveals that the album had sold 89,000 combined units, including 1,700 streams that now count toward the final[…]

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Bandcamp Reaches $100 Million Payment Milestone To Artists | Music News

  Bandcamp, the American based independent music company, has helped artists from all genres find their feet in the music industry by allowing them set up their own online stores and enabling them to run their own subscription services. Recently, it has a hit new record of $100 million worth of payments to artists for the music and merchandise sold[…]

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Brandon Flowers To Play Surprise Show In Las Vegas Tonight | Music News

  Brandon Flowers has announced a surprise show at the Las Vegas venue Bunkhouse Saloon on Monday, March 9. However, tickets are only exclusive for those who pre-order the new album Desired Effect. The album is due to be released on May 18, with Flowers leaving this note on his facebook page last week: “We will finally achieve The Desired[…]

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Paul McCartney Confirms 3-Date UK Arena Tour In May | Music News

  Legendary musician Paul McCartney has announced upcoming shows in London, Liverpool and Birmingham in May. The London show, at the O2 arena on May 23rd, will mark the 50th anniversary of Beatles song “Yesterday” and McCartney had this to say about the event: “‘Yesterday’ feels like it has taken on a life of its own over the years. The[…]

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Melvin Benn Responds To Reading & Leeds Festival Sexism Accusations | Music News

  After recently receiving scrutiny over the lack of female artists represented on the Reading and Leeds Festival line up, Melvin Benn (organizer of the festival) has justified the controversial line-up in a recent interview saying, “the facts speak for themselves in terms of female acts that were available at that time and that fit the Reading and Leeds bill.[…]

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