Gregg Allman announced Monday that he will not be touring in 2017 and that his previously announced concerts scheduled for June have been cancelled.
"It has been determined that Gregg will not be touring in 2017,"
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Joey Bada$$ has recruited guests like J. Cole, Schoolboy Q and Styles P for his upcoming LP All-Amerikkkan Bada$$.
"This is the most important hip-hop album in a long time. Blood sweat & tears into this," Bada$$ promised of his new LP on
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In Craig Finn's gripping "God in Chicago" video, a young couple escape their desolate lives during a road trip to the titular city. Director Kris Merc translates Finn's spoken-word tale with the gritty, bare-bones visual style of a modern indie film.
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"A thousand artists' muse/But you'll beanything you choose" observes Laura Marling on the title track of SemperFemina, which ditches male pronouns to focus on women's relationships withone another. It's a timely set, especially for a Brit who makes the U.S. apart-time home. You can hear the double-life: Nick Drake ghosts
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"Bring back the neo-libs, I'm sorry/I didn't fuckin' mean to pray for anarchy!" apologizes Jason Williamson, sort of, on "Carlton Touts," a hot rant about working class Brits boozing in Brexit's shadow, where "the future is a flag pissed on and a kingsize bag of Quavers." Sing-bark-rapping over post-punk groove loops, the Sleaford Mods are two
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Miguel and DJ Premier released a luminous video for the collaborative new song "2 Lovin U." The duo perform in an empty warehouse while couples kiss in the shadows and Miguel wails
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