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The Online Enjoyment Destination ‘Almazmix’ ‘Almazmix’ is an on the web platform selling upcoming occasions such as festivals, concerts, artists in music and entertainment information by way of social media. Also, the More »

Great Wall International Music Academy Concert Series – A Treat for Lovers of Classical Music

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Born of Osiris’ Lee McKinney on the Dangers of Technology, the State of Metal, and More

Progressive metalcore act Born of Osiris have remained a consistent force in heavy music, thanks to the group’s penchant for marrying impressive technical instrumentation with undeniable melody. The Illinois outfit recently released its new studio album, The Simulation, which centers around a theme that’s a hot topic right now: the dangers of technology. “We choose to

Ozzy Osbourne sends terminally ill former bandmate long-awaited platinum records

Last month, former Ozzy Osbourne drummer Lee Kerslake revealed that he had eight months to live in his battle with prostate cancer and bone cancer, among other ailments. He also expressed sadness in never receiving platinum records for his work on the first two Ozzy Osbourne solo albums, Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a

Greta Van Fleet on the Led Zeppelin comparisons: “Let’s move on”

Start talking about Greta Van Fleet in circles and you’ll likely hear someone make a Led Zeppelin joke. It seems that ever since the Michigan outfit hit the scene, they’ve been paired with the legendary English rockers, and that’s certainly not lost on the outfit. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, frontman Josh Kiszka addressed

Kanye West leads another Sunday Service, David Letterman part of the crowd: Watch

Kanye West leads G.O.O.D. Sunday Service gospel choir Kanye West has started a new series, Sunday Service, which finds the rapper performing gospel renditions of his catalog with special guests and a choir clad in Yeezy sweats. Earlier this month, we saw clips from the first iteration, and now a video has emerged with the entirety

SXSW 2019 announces film and TV lineup: Jordan Peele’s Us, NOS4A2, Teen Spirit, and True Stories

First we got Sundance, now South by Southwest has announced its feature film lineup for 2019. Set to take place from March 8th to 17th, the Austin-based festival will screen more than a hundred new features. Among the many highlights are the world premiere of Jordan Peele’s Us, Harmony Korine’s long-awaited Spring Breakers follow-up The Beach

Chance the Rapper and Backstreet Boys tease Doritos Super Bowl commercial

Doritos booted one right through the uprights with last year’s Super Bowl ad, putting Peter Dinklage and Busta Rhymes together for a fiery mashup (while Morgan Freeman spit Missy Elliot bars for Mountain Dew, no less). The chip company clearly realizes how high of a bar it has set for itself, and it’s going all out

Ezra Koenig previews Vampire Weekend’s new double album, due out this spring

After six long years, the wait for a new Vampire Weekend album is almost over. In a lengthy Instagram post this afternoon, frontman Ezra Koenig reveals a number of important tidbits regarding the upcoming record, including the initials of its title, its length, and the very, very imminent release of new songs. According to Koenig,