Maroon 5 have announced plans for a residency in Las Vegas next year. READ MORE: Maroon 5 – ’Jordi’ review: paint-by-numbers pop that occasionally wows The band will headline the Dolby Live at Park MGM for 16 shows kicking off on March 24, 2023 before wrapping up on August 12. Pre-sale tickets will go on sale…

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After releasing a McDonald’s diss track earlier this year, Pusha T has now dropped a second song aimed at the fast food chain. READ MORE: Pusha T on the cover: “I’ve won the wars. I have withstood everything” Back in March, the rapper shared ‘Spicy Fish Diss Track‘ in collaboration with Arby’s – where Pusha…

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Lizzo has made history by becoming the first person in two centuries to play the Library of Congress’ 200-year-old crystal flute. The huge moment took place last night (September 27) at Lizzo’s Washington, DC show where she played the flute which was originally owned by the fourth president of the United States, James Madison. Sharing…

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Samia has announced details of her second album. ‘Honey’ will come out next year and is being previewed by first single ‘Kill Her Freak Out’. READ MORE: Samia: New Yorker’s debut is the summer’s defining indie album The record follows the New York-via-Nashville singer-songwriter’s 2020 debut album ‘The Baby’ and last year’s ‘Scout’ EP. It’s due…

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Noel Fielding has recalled his first-ever meeting with Serge Pizzorno, describing it as the “single best moment” of his life. The pair will appear on tonight’s episode (September 28) of Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and in an early preview clip – which you can watch above – Fielding explained how he instantly knew the Kasabian…

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Nova Twins were the latest band to take part in BBC Radio One’s Live Lounge segment today, where they delivered a storming cover of Beyoncé‘s ‘Break My Soul’. READ MORE: Nova Twins on their Mercury Prize nod: “This is great for the scene” You can see the duo’s performance below, which sees them transform the…

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The Smiths‘ Mike Joyce has discussed the band’s final album ‘Strangeways, Here We Come’ on its 35th anniversary. The legendary Manchester quartet’s fourth studio LP came out on September 28, 1987, a few months after the band split up. Speaking to BBC News to celebrate its birthday, Joyce said “it was a great experience recording…

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Roxy Music legend Phil Manzanera has spoken to NME about the band’s ongoing reunion tour, as well as the chances of new music and the rumours of them appearing at Glastonbury next year. The art-pop legends are currently midway through a US sting on their third reunion tour – following celebrated comebacks in 2001 and…

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Spotify has been accused of a lax response to remove white supremacist content from the streaming platform. READ MORE: Streaming – what happens next? Artists demand “a shift in the way business is done” According to a report by the Anti-Defamation League, a total of 40 white supremacist acts were being hosted on Spotify, violating the…

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Lewis Capaldi has launched his very own pizza range. READ MORE: The NME Big Read – Lewis Capaldi: “I make jokes because I’m comfortable with who I am” The singer-songwriter took to Instagram last night (September 27) to reveal that during lockdown he had busy creating his own range of frozen pizzas with supermarket chains Iceland and Tesco.…

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