ABC has unveiled the new trailer for its upcoming documentary, The Last Days of Michael Jackson. The two-hour special features never-before-seen interviews with the late singer conducted by ABC News anchors Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer.
The documentary traces Jackson's rise as the King of
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Former Dave Matthews Band violinist Boyd Tinsley has been sued for sexual harassment by musician James Frost-Winn. Tinsley recruited the trumpeter for the band the violinist assembled called Crystal Garden.
The suit, obtained by Rolling Stone, claims that Tinsley "discovered" Winn in 2007 when
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"You should see the wall of ambivalence I'm building!" sang Austin Brown on his band's 2013 stoned 'n' starving slacker-rock breakthrough Light Up Gold. The band sure don't sound ambivalent now. "Allow me to ponder the role I play/In this pornographic spectacle of black death!" co-leader Andrew Savage hollers on "Violence," a standout on his band's fifth LP that conjures both the
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The greatest story in Nineties indie-rock was watching Pavement grow from boutique noise aesthetes into one of America's truly fine bands. In the 19 years since they closed up shop, it's been equally fun seeing frontman Stephen Malkmus relax into an excellent solo career marked by a warmth, humor and generosity, growing past his early days as the "ironic" "Prince of Slack." Over the course of
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The seminal reggae label Trojan Records will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year with a slew of musical releases, a new documentary and a handful of live events.
Founded in 1968 by Lee Gopthal and Chris Blackwell, two Jamaican ex-pats living in London, Trojan helped introduce an array of reggae artists to mainstream audiences. The label's catalog includes music from Lee "Scratch"
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Anderson .Paak unveiled a bold new song "Bubblin," his second track of 2018. The song premiered on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show Thursday and the official video was released shortly after. In the video, Paak lives out a fantasy of going on a shopping
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G-Eazy, Yo Gotti and YBN Nahmir play pick-up basketball from the sidelines, flex next to sports cars and hang out with skateboarders in the flashy clip for collaborative single "1942."
The emcees boast about wealth and status throughout the track, trading verses over a synth-flute loop and warbled bass. "I
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