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Former Dave Matthews Band violinist Boyd Tinsley hit back against what he called "false accusations" of sexual harassment on Friday in a statement. Trumpter James Frost-Winn
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Courtney Barnett, Tell Me How You Really Feel
The Melbourne axe-slinger's second album "is noisy and way more pissed off than her 2015 debut, Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, unsheathing sharp new earnestness alongside her trademark sabers of sarcasm and penetrating observation,"
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Cheap Trick embrace eternal sunshine on the rousing new song "The Summer Looks Good on You."
The power-pop band open with a blast of Queen-like vocal harmonies before settling into a bluesy hard-rock riff. "Yellow and beige shines through the haze as the holidays wait for you," frontman Robin Zander
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Shawn Mendes laments the brevity of a one-night stand on his new single "Where Were You in the Morning?"
The singer-songwriter croons over layered, fingerpicked guitars. The track builds with a funky bassline, chiming piano, finger snaps and snippets of electronics – all anchoring his smooth falsetto. "You didn't leave your number for me/ Left me without a warning," he sings. "How do
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In 2017, BTS boldly went where no K-Pop group had gone before, cracking the American Top 40 with a remix of their "Mic Drop" single featuring Steve Aoki and Desiigner. Love Yourself: Tear is the first all-new album from the seven-piece ensemble since this breakthrough. (April's Face Yourself was mostly a repackaging of previously released songs for the Japanese market.) But
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