Foxygen Kick Off Summer Tour This Weekend In Support Of Hang

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Chicago – It’s been a busy year for Foxygen, the LA-based duo of Sam France and Jonathan Rado. Since the release of their third full-length album, the “warm and full and huge” (SPIN) Hang, they’ve performed on CONAN, toured the country as a 9-piece, been name-dropped in a Google Home commercial, covered Jessica Pratt’s “On Your Own Love Again” for Amazon’s Songs of Summer playlist, crafted original music for Amazon’s An

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alt-J Releases New Video For “Deadcrush”

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Los Angeles – alt-J have released a new video for their track “Deadcrush” off of their new album RELAXER. The video, premiering today via WeTransfer, was directed by visual artist Young Replicant and choreographed by Darcy Wallace. “We are *very* proud to present the video for our new single Deadcrush, a collaboration between choreographer Darcy Wallace

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Major Lazer Debuts Video For “Know No Better”

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New York – Major Lazer’s video for “Know No Better,” featuring Travis Scott, Camila Cabello and Quavo, debuts today. “For me, Major Lazer is the ne plus ultra of dance music videos,” says director Philip Andelman. “It’s always been a dream of mine to work with them and be included in their insane canon. Which is where the idea for

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Echosmith New Album And Tour Dates Confirmed

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Los Angeles – Echosmith returns with their highly-anticipated sophomore album, Inside A Dream, out September 29 via Warner Bros. Records. The 11-song set marks the long-awaited follow-up to their 2013 Gold-certified debut Talking Dreams, which spawned the triple-platinum breakout hit “Cool Kids.” A new track, “Goodbye,” will be released this Friday, July 14, alongside the official music video. Following the

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Glastonbury 2017: Thursday Report

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Somerset, UK – What a difference the weather makes. After last year’s quagmire, it was a whole different ball game when Glastonbury Festival gates opened on Wednesday. Early comers were treated to a day of baking sun and unusually hard ground to hammer in tent pegs. We arrived on Thursday to find it still warm

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