12 February, 2016 - NME.com
With Eagles Of Death Metal set to return to Paris on Tuesday (February 16) and complete the show that was interrupted by a terrorist attack on November 13 of last year, survivors - who the band have invited to attend the gig for free - have been contemplating whether to return. Talking to The Guardian, gig attendees expressed mixed views on taking up the free ticket offer. “I want it to be a rock concert where you can dance and have fun, and which marks a return to normal life,” one survivor said. “I think it’s a good idea the band is coming back. I don’t go to mass, so I’m going to a rock gig.” Another has also committed to returning, saying: “I always knew I had to finish the gig. I need to replace that night with something better — better mental images, better energy. The last time I saw the band it was as they were running off stage. I need to see them playing again to know that the attacks are finally over,” A third survivor has the opposite sentiments, though, writing in a blog post that he couldn't watch the band again, even if they gave him a private concert in the presidential bunker. "I study everyone in case they’re a threat. If the train brakes brusquely or the lights go out, I go into survival mode,” he said. Getty 130 people were killed and around 350 injured in a series of violent attacks in the French capital on November 13 2015. Music venue Le Bataclan was among the worst hit, with 89 civilians killed during a shooting at the Eagles Of Death Metal gig. The venue has since confirmed it will reopen, but not in time for Eagles of Death Metal's return (they play the Olympia instead next week). The band did return to the venue following the attacks, visiting in early December. Jesse Hughes also said he would like his band to be the first to play the venue following its reopening. The band have also been encouraging other acts to record covers of their track 'I Love You All The Time' promising to donate their royalties for the song to charities connected with the tragedy.
12 February, 2016 - NME.com
Music streaming platform Soundcloud has posted a financial report, with many believing the company could be heading towards bankruptcy. Earlier this week, Soundcloud published an official report, showing that revenues were not matching the amount of money spent on the service during 2014. The company also saw its administrative expenses increase by almost 68 percent. According to the Financial Times, financial auditor KPMG, said that SoundCloud's "material uncertainty" poises serious concerns for the company's long-term viability. Even in the short term, it seems as though SoundCloud will have to seek outside investment, despite its position as the prominent upload and share music site. In June last year, Soundcloud announced that it had signed licensing deal with over 20,000 independent record labels. Later on that year, in August,PRS For Music - the payments, copyright and remittance service for artists and music - confirmed that they would take legal action against SoundCloud. The official statement on the company's website reads: "SoundCloud filed its 2014 accounts with Companies House. Beyond the full-year financials for 2014, which reflect those of a company in a strong growth stage, they show that, in 2015, we secured $77m of incremental capital, some of which came from our existing investors, demonstrating their belief in the future of the company, and the rest of which is a flexible credit line from Tennenbaum Capital Partners, an attractive option for companies like SoundCloud, who have a solid credit rating and are on a clear path to global success. Since we began, we’ve been building a completely unique platform. SoundCloud users can discover more creators, at all stages of their careers, than anywhere else, and more music and audio: over 18 million creators are using the platform, sharing well over 110 million tracks, and reaching 175 million monthly active listeners. Additionally, comScore recently listed SoundCloud as being the 8th most popular app among millennials based on usage in the US. Over the past year, we’ve continued to bring partners from the music industry onto SoundCloud. We’ve signed deals with PRS and UMG/UMPG, to add to the nearly 200 deals we’ve already signed, including those with Warner Music, Merlin and NMPA, as well as MCNs and independent creators. We’re focusing on enabling creators to get paid for their creativity, and on building a financially sustainable platform that our community can enjoy for years to come. Press
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
The wedding of Interscope and Beats founder Jimmy Iovine, 62, to Liberty Ross, 37 (taking place Feb. 14 at David Geffen's Beverly Hills mansion)...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
After much fanfare on timelines, Kanye West simultaneously unveiled his Yeezy Season 3 line and hosted a massive listening party for his seventh...
12 February, 2016 - NME.com
Dr Dre is to be both the executive producer and star in a new Apple TV show called 'Vital Signs', which will also mark the corporation's scripted TV debut, reports say. The six-episode series is expected to be semi-autobiographical, and according to reports today (February 12), will focus on a different emotion (and its impact on Dre) in each episode. All six episodes are expected to be released at once, with Sam Rockwell and Mo McCrae also said to have been cast. Dre has a history on screen, having produced 'Straight Outta Compton' alongside Ice Cube last year, as well as featuring in 'Training Day', 'The Wash' and 'Set It Off'. He released his first album of the 21st century last year, 'Compton', which he has also said will be his last record, and regularly works with Apple through his Beats 1 radio show 'The Pharmacy'. The Hollywood Reporter says that 'Vital Signs' will be Apple's first scripted TV series, and that it will be dark and feature at least one orgy scene. Apple have declined to comment. Getty Dre recently launched a new track 'Back to Business', including it on his first Beats 1 show of the year. 'Back to Business' features T.I., Justus, Victoria Monet, and Sly Piper, and follows on from 'Naked', which was also premiered on The Pharmacy back in November 2015. Dre has also used his show over recent months to propose a European tour to be undertaken together with Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Kendrick Lamar, as well as to feature numerous freestyle appearances from various hip-hop stars, and to get involved himself. The super-producer signed up to Apple Music's radio channel in the summer alongside the likes of Run The Jewels, Josh Homme, St Vincent, Haim and former Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe.
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
In a straight-on photograph, it's not so obvious. But when James Jagger is singing, sneering and pouting on HBO's new series Vinyl, he's...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Coldplay's A Head Full of Dreams (Parlophone/Warner Music) has reaped the benefit of their Super Bowl halftime performance last Sunday, even on...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Dillon Francis’ "Coming Over" collaboration with Kygo is now accompanied by a four-track remix package touting notable...
12 February, 2016 - Yahoo.com
iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending Feb. 11, 2016:
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
The Red Hot Chili Peppers' Feb. 5 benefit for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Los Angeles did not bear the hallmarks of a...
12 February, 2016 - NME.com
Pavement and 'The Jicks' front-man Stephen Malkmus has written the score for forthcoming Netflix comedy drama Flaked, it has been announced this week. The new Netflix original series will feature Will Arnett as a pathological liar with several demons, who tries to lie and cover his way through his relationships. You can watch a preview trailer of the new show below. According to Pitchfork, the actor and co-creator of the show tweeted that Malkmus would be writing the score for the series, with featured music to come from EL VY, Youth Lagoon, Junip, Local Natives, S. Carey and Hinds. Orig. score -S. MalkmusW/ music by@localnatives @scareymusic @EL__VY @hindsband @youthlagoon @junip_music + pic.twitter.com/dGLz6A8ZgW— Will Arnett™ (@arnettwill) February 11, 2016 Titled Flaked, the series will centre on Arnett's character Chip, an LA-based lifestyle guru operating in "a tangled web of half-truths and semi-bullshit". Eight episodes of the series will première exclusively on Netflix in all territories this year. Watch Stephen Malkmus cover Taylor Swift Arnett has co-created and co-written Flaked with British sitcom writer Mark Chappell, with whom he previously worked on The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret. Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz will serve as an executive producer on the series. "We're very excited to partner with Netflix – the home of original, original content - and the network I knew would be the ideal home for this passion project," Arnett said in a statement. It will the actor's third comedy for the streaming service following the 2013 revival of Arrested Development and animated sitcom BoJack Horseman, which Netflix has renewed for a second season. Netflix' Vice President of Original Content, Cindy Holland, said of Flaked: "We are thrilled to be the home of Will Arnett's next series, and look forward to Chip joining his repertoire alongside such diverse and inspirational characters such as Gob, BoJack, and Batman."
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
After nearly a decade, All Eyez on Me, the long-delayed biopic of Tupac Shakur, is finally coming to fruition, with veteran music-video director...
12 February, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Songwriter Kim Williams, whose credits include "Ain't Goin' Down 'Til the Sun Comes Up," for Garth Brooks and "Three Wooden Crosses" for Randy Travis, died Thursday, February 11th, according to MusicRow. He was 68. Williams, who was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012, penned more hits for...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
After a slew of direct deals were announced in the wake of the Webcasting IV rate determination in December, we now know what Pandora agreed to pay...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Maurice White, who founded Earth, Wind & Fire in 1969 and helmed the group for 47 years (and 32 Hot 100 hits), until his death on Feb. 4, ...
12 February, 2016 - NME.com
Coldplay have topped the UK album charts for a 7th time, it has been officially reported today (February 12). The news follows on from their hotly tipped live performance at Super Bowl 50 last Sunday (February 7) during the half time celebrations, where they shared stage with Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson and Beyonce. Originally released in December 2015, 'A Head Full Of Dreams' has this week reached the UK album top spot. The new LP is the latest in a succession of straight number one albums for the UK band, since the release of their début full length 'Parachutes' back in 2000, according to The Official UK Charts Company. The company reported that the album's sales had a spike of 8,000 copies sold directly after their Super Bowl 50 performance on Monday February 8. Read more: Coldplay on Super Bowl 50: "It's So Big you Can Hardly think About It Previously, 'A Head Full OF Dreams' was kept off the top spot by Adele's '25', which has now dropped to number 2 in the chart. Last week David Bowie's hit collection, Best Of Bowie, was crowned number 1 but has slid back to number 3 in the charts. Coldplay have also seen a surge in combined singles sales, with their Beyoncé collaboration 'Hymn For The Weekend' one of the week's highest climbers so far. The song has risen from Number 60 to 28. You can watch the band's Super Bowl performance in the player below. Coldplay's Jonny Buckland and Will Champion recently spoke to NME ahead of their Super Bowl performance, describing the chance to play the high-profile show as "surreal". "It felt pretty good," Buckland said about being asked to play the gig. "Will and I went to it last year, to watch the game. It's so big that you can't even begin to think about it." Champion described the gig as "slightly terrifying," but also as "a huge opportunity". He added: "A lot of our favourite bands or acts have done it. It's a bit too big to comprehend. We're treating it as 'we've got twelve minutes to play, let's try and do as well as we can'. So much goes into it, but it's one of those things where you never really know what's going to happen on the day."
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Apple is making its first original television show. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the technology giant is backing a top-secret...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
Colorado never fails to breed exciting talent in the bass music sphere. Nick Miller, or Illenium as his stage name goes, is the latest artist to...
12 February, 2016 - RollingStone.com
At 21 years old, Justin Bieber has an impressive resume as a live performer. His first world tour had the young star playing sold-out arenas at age 16; this year, he's bigger than ever after his latest album, Purpose, produced three Number One singles. Before he takes the stage at the Grammys next week, take...
12 February, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Even in light of how rapidly her career has grown in the past year, Elle King still considers a moment from four years ago to be one of the most nerve-racking she's faced as a performer: her debut on The Late Show With David Letterman. At that time King had just been...
12 February, 2016 - Billboard.com
It's no accident that Mike Caren's job titles at Warner Music Group -- "president of global A&R" and now "creative officer...
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