Austin, Texas' Sound on Sound Festival, which was set to host artists like Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Iggy Pop, Grizzly Bear and more in November, canceled the three-day fest Friday due to "recent roadblocks." Ticket buyers were promised 100-percent refunds.
"We are extremely saddened to announce today that Sound On Sound Fest 2017 is being cancelled," the festival said in a statement. “This is
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Leonard Cohen's final book of poetry, The Flame, will be published in October 2018, the Guardian reports. Cohen finished the book just
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Walk the Moon lit up the pop world in 2014 with "Shut Up and Dance," a giddy love song that's become a staple of baseball-stadium dance-cam breaks and sweaty parties thanks to its anthemic, commanding chorus and jittery, Eighties-inflected feel. With their new record What If Nothing, the
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Ricky Martin returned to Ellen Friday to discuss his recent trip to Puerto Rico, where the singer distributed basic necessities to those affected by Hurricane Maria.
"I don't wanna be pessimistic, I just want to be realistic: The images don't do justice to what really happened in Puerto Rico. It looks like they nuked us," Martin said. "Regardless of what people say, right now
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Liam Gallagher, As You Were
The former Oasis frontman "puts his signature voice on the line in a mostly original set of strut and reflection that sticks to Oasis' template – brawny Britpop, Beatle-esque ballads – and often invigorates it," writes David Fricke, who adds that "it has Gallagher writing like he means it and singing like his dream isn't over."
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