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Never Shout Never Announce New Album ‘Recycled Youth (Volume One)’ | Music News

  Surprise, Never Shout Never fans! Christofer Drew and his band mates will have new music for early next month — sort of.By new music, Never Shout Never mean ‘recycled’ versions of previous song releases. Indie rock band, Never Shout Never, formed in Joplin, Missouri in 2007, have six EPs and two albums under their belt, over 2.5 million Facebook[…]

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Will Smith Recording With Kanye West | Music News

  Since his last solo album Lost And Found in 2005, Will Smith hasn’t graced the music world for 10 years. However, speaking to a reporter at the screening of his new film, Focus, in London, the famous actor let slip that he has recently been into the studio with Kanye West. “I went into the studio with Kanye. I’m[…]

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The Rolling Stones Set For US Tour This Summer | Music News

  Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has let slip that the band are in talks about a summer tour across the U.S. Wood is reported to have said when questioned at JFK airport, “Yeah, we had a meeting in New York with the boys and we’re gonna come to North America again in the summer“. Ronnie Wood did not pass[…]

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The Chemical Brothers And Underworld Confirmed To Headline Bestival 2015 | Music News

The Isle Of White based summer festival that is Bestival has today announced the first wave of acts who will take to the island from the 10th to the 13th of September 2015, and headlining the Saturday are dance royalty The Chemical Brothers. The duo return to top of the bill after headlining the festival previously in 2007. Fridays and[…]

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Therapy? Announce New Album ‘Disquiet’ | Music News

  Northern Irish rock/metal group Therapy? have announced the release of Disquiet in March this year. May last year saw the band perform a 20th anniversary tour for their biggest selling album Troublegum. After an entirely sold out tour, the band sought to write a new album more anthemic and closer to the likes of Troublegum. Frontman Andy Cairns said:[…]

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