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Vicious. Releases Video for "Everything Sucks"

Allentown alternative rockers Vicious. made their official debut, teaming up with New Noise Magazine to unveil the official video for their track, “Everything Sucks.” An anthem for the times, “Everything Sucks” is an aggressive rock …Read More



Starbender has released a new song titled “Julian”. Check it right HERE.


Walla "Into The Gray" Live Video Released

Los Angeles band, Walla, debuts their new single “Into The Gray.” The band, comprised of Jean Marc Tardieu (Lead Vocals), Ian Charlie (Lead Guitar), Mauricio “Moebeats” Carcamo (Bass Guitar), Alessio Balsemin (Drums); have crafted a …Read More


Scott Smith – Igniting the Flame

Scott Smith, an American Americana whose praising has seen the best of his work. Since releasing material spanning some time now, his latest offering “Igniting the Flame” an EP release, takes tracks as his previous …Read More


Deezer Joins With Esports Team FNATIC For First-Ever Music Partnership

Deezer To Introduce Flow To Europe’s Most Successful Esports Team Fnatic


ASICS Unveils New Identity; I MOVE ME™ Featuring One of the Highest Performing DJs In the World; Steve Aoki

ASICS 'I Move Me' CampaignIRVINE, Calif., Oct. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — ASICS America Corporation, the true sport performance brand with roots in Japan, today announced a new brand campaign and partnership with Grammy-nominated, DJ/producer, international entrepreneur and fitness fanatic, Steve Aoki, who serves as…


See Black Sabbath's Emotional 'Paranoid' From Final Concert

Black Sabbath perform the classic song “Paranoid” at their last concert ever in this clip from The End of the End, the concert film that documents the legendary heavy metal act’s February 2017 concerts in Birmingham, England.

This sing-along performance of “Paranoid” marked Black Sabbath’s final song onstage together, and following the song’s fitting final lyric – “I tell you to enjoy life/ I wish I could but it’s too late” – an emotional Ozzy Osbourne thanked the audience for decades of support.

“You are the fucking finest, the best. I love you all,” Osbourne told the crowd at the Genting Arena. “Thank you, thank you, thank you.”

Following its one-night-only theatrical release on September 28th, Black Sabbath’s The End of the End will have a home release later this year in a variety of formats, including Blu-ray, vinyl and a collector’s edition box set.

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Classical Movements Celebrates 25 Years of Cultural Diplomacy

Classical Movements Founder and President Neeta Helms poses with children from Songbound in Mumbai, IndiaALEXANDRIA, Va., Oct. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — A thriving, for-profit concert tour company—yet imbued with the heart and soul of a non-profit—since their founding in 1992, Classical Movements has been incorporating elements of cultural diplomacy into most of the 200 concerts on 60 tours…


EVEN H2 Wireless Headphones Win Popular Science's "Best of What's New Award" YORK, Oct. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — EVEN has been recognized by Popular Science with a coveted “Best of What’s New Award” for reinventing personal audio with its breakthrough technology and products that adapt sound to each listener’s unique hearing. Each year, Popular Science reviews…


Watch Fifth Harmony's Vibrant 'He Like That' Performance on 'Kimmel'

Fifth Harmony lit up Tuesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! with a soulful version of their hit “He Like That.”

The group recruited a live drummer, guitarist and keyboardist for the performance, adding extra muscle to the reggae-infused single. The quartet strode across the stage in matching pink outfits and boots, as a video screen flashed colorful static and clips of their faces.

“He Like That” is the second single from Fifth Harmony’s self-titled third LP, following “Down.” The pop-R&B act promoted the album last month on The Late Late Show, joining James Corden for a goofy game of “Flinch,” where they attempted to not spill martinis as the host fired fruit at them. They also performed “He Like That” on the show, joined by a crew of handsy back-up dancers.

Fifth Harmony recently issued a glamorous video for “Deliver,” which features the vocalists decked out in black gowns and diamond jewelry. 

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