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Goody Grace + Jesse Rutherford – Memorie$ | New Music

  Imagine the following: A 18 year old dude from Canada moves to Los Angeles and gets invited to a party. Okay, that doesn’t sound very spectacular yet. But he performed one of his songs at the party and this is where he met Jesse Rutherford, frontman of The Neighbourhood.   Still not spectacular enough? They two became friends and[…]

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Reading Festival Weekend Tickets Completely Sold Out | Events

  The Reading and Leeds Festival 2016 takes place from Friday, August 26 to Sunday, August 28. The weekend tickets are already sold out and only a few Friday and Sunday tickets for Reading Festival remain.   If you’re lucky enough to call yourself the owner of a R&L weekend ticket, you will be able to see Foals, Two Door[…]

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Muse To Headline ‘Sziget Festival’ In Hungary | Music News

  Muse have been confirmed to headline the 2016 edition of the Sziget Festival in Hungary.   The band was the latest act to join the lineup, which also features The Last Shadow Puppet, Years & Years, David Guetta, Bullet for my Valentine, Roisin Murphy, The Lumineers, Jess Glynne, and The Neighbourhood.   The event will take place in Budapest for a entire week in[…]

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Olivver The Kid – Now You Know (Acoustic) | New Music

  Formerly the drummer for Californian alternative band The Neighbourhood, Bryan Sammis is continuing his solo project as Olivver the Kid. Dropping a newly recorded acoustic version of his “Now You Know” track, the release marks a year since he left the group in pursuit of new endeavours. Expanding the melancholy mood of the original version, sombreness echoes across the[…]

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The Neighbourhood + Raury – Warm | New Music

  The Neighbourhood are just quality. The group continues to push the margins first with working with Danny Brown for “Heat Machine” and now collaborating with rising Atanta rapper Raury for “Warm”. The haunting lo-fi arrangement provided through the vocals and production, mesh well with Raury’s style. He comes in closer to the end with precision, sounding almost menacing. It’s[…]

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