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  1. Sound Off World Premiere Exclusive: Adam Pascal Talks & Sings Remixed 'One Song Glory' From RentRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Popular Broadway leading man and original RENT star Adam Pascal exclusively premieres a brand new recording of classic RENT standout "One Song Glory" from Jonathan Larson 's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical phenomenon which just celebrated the 19th anniversary of its Broadway opening last week, only on BroadwayWorld. Pascal shares of the track, "'One Song Glory' was the first song I ever heard by Jonathan Larson .


  2. American Gothic, without the PitchforkRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | MetaFilter

    Brian Carpenter is a master of dark Americana. Hailing from Boston, his style is fluid, mostly referencing early 20th Century American jazz and other folk/roots music.


  3. PC Music Releases Singles Comp PC Music Volume 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Stereogum

    PC Music has become an inescapable sensation over the past two years on the strength of a handful of one-offs and mixes, but they're beginning to solidify themselves a bit more. Starting that process off is Volume 1 , the first full-length compilation from the collective.


  4. Pete McArdle's First Book 'Wallace in Wonderland' is a Colorful...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    "My stories present an off-kilter but affectionate view of human beings, their desires, frailties, and often absurd thoughts and actions. My plot train generally heads down the tracks, quickly derails, and then goes downhill from there," said McArdle when asked to describe his work.


  5. PC Music release 'PC Music Volume 1' compilation - listenRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | NME

    'PC Music Volume 1' features highlights from the imprint's back-catalogue, including two tracks from founder AG Cook , as well as contributions from Hannah Diamond , GFOTY and more. Stream the album below, with it also available via iTunes .


  6. Ex LibrisIT'S No Masterpiece, but 'Averton' Tells an Important StoryRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | American Reporter

    After forming in 2001, members of The Front Porch Country Band found themselves suddenly catapulted into the international spotlight after gleaning well over a million plays from the free-download Website This massive consumer response led to the group being dubbed "the most listened-to country band in the world" from 2003 to 2004.


  7. Pitch Perfect Bella back for round twoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    Since shooting to fame opposite George Clooney in Up in the Air , Anna Kendrick's career has taken a musical turn - and for that, she's sorry. "It's weird and I can't quite explain it.


  8. Brooklyn Dior & Jones Heraux Teams up and Brings you the new single JUGRead the original story

    Saturday | PR Log

    Harmony Soul Entertainment & Real Hustle Music Group teams up with their Artists Brooklyn Dior & Jones Heraux to bring you JUG from the duo's upcoming joint collaboration E.P. Private Party PRLog - May 2, 2015 - DETROIT -- One has built up a reputation as Detroit's R&B King ... the other as the Turn Up King! Together they have teamed up to create one of the most anticipated projects in R&B music today ... their upcoming E.P. titled PRIVATE PARTY! Apart, their styles couldn't be more different, Brooklyn's career has been built on creating music that is dedicated to making his lady fans feel special and Jones's has been tearing up the club scene performing his hit records and keeping the audience on their feet.


  9. PC Music Boot Up First Officially Released Album, 'PC Music Vol. 1'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Spin

    The wonderfully weird electronic record label PC Music just released its first official compilation album, PC Music Vol. 1, a full ten tracks of their bonkers, imaginative, and riotously fun work.


  10. Den of Ashes / the New Face of WESTERNRead the original story

    Saturday |

    Ashes to Ashes Dust to Dust Den of Ashes, The New Face of WESTERN Den of Ashes debut EP Blackbird has just been released on Friday May 1st and is now available on iTunes and streaming on Spotify, Rhapsody and iHeart Radio. Singer / Songwriter Ash, is the grandson of early Country & Western stars John & "Texas Peggy" Clemens / The Wyoming Ramblers circa 1930s-1950s.


  11. Pete McArdle's First Book 'Wallace in Wonderland' is a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | PRWeb

    Pete McArdle, dentist, husband and father of three, has completed his first book "Wallace in Wonderland": a wildly entertaining compilation of tales ranging from sci-fi to romance, mystery to comedy, and all that lies between. "My stories present an off-kilter but affectionate view of human beings, their desires, frailties, and often absurd thoughts and actions.


  12. The Truth About Today's Retail Customers May Shock You...Read the original story

    Friday |

    Author, keynote speaker, and customer experience consultant. Expert in customer service, the customer experience, customer centricity, hospitality, and building a customer-centric corporate culture.


  13. Must-Hear Music Podcast: Alabama Shakes, Speedy Ortiz, Kehlani & MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Billboard

    Alabama Shakes' Sound & Color is No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week , and the Must-Hear Music podcast is taking a look at the xylophone-heavy title track to the album.


  14. Music streaming service Grooveshark closes after copyright settlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | The Globe and Mail, one of the Internet's earliest, but most legally murky, streaming music services, shut down this week as the result of a settlement with major record labels., one of the Internet's earliest, but most legally murky, streaming music services, shut down this week as the result of a settlement with major record labels.


  15. The Great UnbundlingRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Big Picture

    Nobody wants to watch the Discovery Channel. 2.9 million people viewed "Naked and Afraid."


  16. Here's Tame Impala's Currents Tracklist & Release Date According To iTunes JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Stereogum

    Some Tame Impala fans on Reddit seem to have discovered the tracklist and release date for Currents , the Aussie psych masters' much-anticipated third LP. A link to the Japanese iTunes store points to what looks very much like an authentic Currents pre-order page.


  17. A new render of a potential iPad pro has leaked - The 5 minute podcastRead the original story

    Friday May 1 | Making Music

    In this episode of my brand new English short-form podcast called The 5 minute podcast, I talk about a new render of a potential iPad pro has leaked out. In this render we can see the 4 speakers to get stereo sound in both landscape and portrait mode.


  18. Requiem for a Grooveshark: How Did It Last So Long?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Billboard

    A streaming service is not a streaming service. Grooveshark, the notoriously unrepentant music streaming service that ceased operations yesterday , had for years survived legal attacks by major music companies.


  19. Biggaton asks 'Why Are They So Ungrateful'?Read the original story

    Friday May 1 | The Gleaner

    The prolific artiste, known for popular songs such as Caah Draw Me Out , Tumble Bug , Crime Stopper and What a Thing featuring Mutabaruka, recently signed a management and recording contract with UK-based record label, MEM Production, which is owned and operated by London-based businesswoman Marcia McDonald. "I am looking forward to achieving great things.


  20. Russian lawmaker accuses Apple, U2 of promoting 'gay propaganda'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | DNA India

    A Russian legislator has accused Apple and the band U2 of violating the Russian law "against gay propaganda among minors" by uploading U2's latest album, 'Songs of Innocence', to iTunes customers worldwide, including Russia, in September 2014. Alexander Starovoitov, a member of the Russian State Duma, the lower chamber of Parliament, asked the Prosecutor's Office to investigate the incident, reported Billboard magazine.