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MUSIC NEWS

  • Music Review: Mike + Ruthy Band serve up musical melting pot

    This photo provided by courtesy of The Mike + Ruthy Band shows the cover of the album, "Bright As You Can," by The Mike + Ruthy Band. (Christopher Gilner/The Mike + Ruthy Band via AP)The Mike + Ruthy Band, "Bright As You Can" (Thirty Tigers)


  • Neil Young's New Music Video Mocks Starbucks, Monsanto, and GMOs

    Neil Young's New Music Video Mocks Starbucks, Monsanto, and GMOsFolk legend and environmental activist Neil Young has released the first music video from his anti-GMO concept album, The Monsanto Years, with his band Young and Promise of the Real. The song, titled "Rock Star Bucks a Coffee Shop," pokes fun at Starbucks, agrochemical giant Monstanto, and genetically modified organisms. In the video, Young, while singing lyrics like "I want a cup of coffee, but I don't want a GMO.


  • Will Drake become the voice of iTunes Radio?

    DrakeDrake, Pharrell Williams and David Guetta are reportedly in talks to make guest appearances as DJs for iTunes Radio. According to The New York Post, Apple is trying to woo rapper Drake with a $19 million deal that would see the Canadian rapper guest DJ for iTunes Radio.


  • Crowds flock to Morocco music festival tinged with controversy

    US singer Jennifer Lopez perfoms on stage during the 14th edition of the music festival Mawazine in Rabat on May 29, 2015Morocco's Mawazine festival opened over the weekend to record crowds but faced some controversy, with 300,000 fans flocking to see star attractions such as Jennifer Lopez and Pharrell Williams, organisers said. Government spokesman Mustapha Khalfi, a member of the Islamist Justice and Development party, strongly denounced the broadcast on state television. The performance of Williams, now world famous for his 2014 smash hit "Happy", received more universal approval.