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MUSIC NEWS

  • Friends, musicians honor Winehouse at 'AMY' London premiere

    File photo of British singer Amy Winehouse performing at the Glastonbury Festival 2008 in Somerset in south west EnglandA highly-anticipated documentary about late British singer Amy Winehouse has premiered in her hometown London, where friends and fellow musicians paid tribute to the six-time Grammy Award winner. 'AMY', which follows the "Rehab" singer's life and death in 2011 from alcohol poisoning, was shown on Tuesday night before hitting UK cinemas on Friday. The biopic, first shown at the Cannes Film Festival in May, has drawn criticism from her father Mitch Winehouse who has called it misleading.


  • Disclosure releases first music from new album

    Disclosure - Holding On ft. Gregory Porter screenshot videoUK electronica duo Diclosure has released the official video for its latest single "Holding On."


  • Netflix and iTunes: What's New to Stream in July

    As the summer heats up, the streaming options on Netflix and iTunes gets better and better. July is no different.

  • Apple Music Launch: Hands on With Apple's New Streaming Service

    Apple Music Launch: Hands on With Apple's New Streaming ServiceApple is continuing to change the landscape of the music industry with its launch today of Apple Music, a streaming service offering members access to tens of millions of songs in the iTunes collection. While Apple is late to the music streaming game, it enters the market with one huge advantage: With more than 800 million iTunes accounts, Apple Music has the opportunity to quickly amass a following. Introducing the service at the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month, Jimmy Iovine, co-founder of Beats, which is owned by Apple, emphasized the carefully tailored playlists won't be grouped by genre or beats -- and instead will be curated by a team of music experts.