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The 1975 Shares “Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America” featuring Phoebe Bridgers: Stream

“Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America” is out via Dirty Hit/Polydor/Interscope Following news The 1975’s third studio album, Notes On A Conditional Form will be delayed until May 22nd – the band announced they would be dropping a new single, “Jesus Christ 2005 God Bless America.” Although the track may be new to the general...

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5SOS Shares, ‘CALM’ – Their Best Album Yet: Listen

CALM is out via Interscope Records 5 Seconds of Summer have shared their highly-anticipated fourth studio album, CALM. Released Friday, the title is an acronym of the member’s first names; Calum, Ashton, Luke and Michael, and is also “a nod to our fans that coined us that name in our early days” the Australian band...

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Kali Uchis Is Feeling “Solita”: Listen

“Solita” is out on Interscope Records Kali Uchis returns today with her first bilingual single, “Solita.” The sultry track is produced by Tainy (J Balvin, Bad Bunny).   “I’d rather dance alone than with the devil,” says Uchis of the track. “This song is about healing, freedom and embracing the mixed emotions that come with...

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Listen to Elah Hale’s New Single, “Posters”

“Posters” is out via Interscope Records Rising artist Elah Hale is back to share her latest single and visual, “Posters.” The soulful R&B/pop track finds Hale declaring her independence over percussion-driven beats. It’s “about the freedom of separation, taking space and saying ‘hey I’m focusing on me now'” recounts Elah.   In the accompanying video,...

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Tame Impala Announces March 2020 Tour Dates

The Slow Rush due February 14 on Interscope Kevin Parker aka Tame Impala has revealed his first set of tour dates for the new decade. In March, the Australian psych-rocker is taking his insane laser show and highly-anticipated fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, to California for three shows, followed by a date in Mexico...

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Cashmere Cat Shares ‘Princess Catgirl’ Album: Stream

PRINCESS CATGIRL out via Mad Love/Interscope Globally acclaimed artist and producer Cashmere Cat is unveiling his latest album, PRINCESS CATGIRL, today.  “I’m a Norwegian boy, but I’m also a digital cat. PRINCESS CATGIRL is the album we made together!!”  explains Cashmere Cat of the 7-track effort that includes the previously-released tracks “EMOTIONS” and “FOR YOUR EYES ONLY.”...

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Sam Fender Releases Debut Album, ‘Hypersonic Missiles’: Stream

Hypersonic Missiles is out on Interscope Records English rocker Sam Fender has finally shared his debut album, Hypersonic Missiles. The highly-anticipated effort arrives months after the rising artist began teasing fans with singles “Will We Talk?,” “The Borders,” and of course, the album’s title track. Watch the Vincent Haycock-directed video below.     Hypersonic Missiles written, recorded...

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Cashmere Cat Announces ‘Princess Catgirl’ Album, Shares “Emotions”: Stream

Princess Catgirl is out 09/20 on Mad Love/Interscope Cashmere Cat is finally back and sharing his single “EMOTIONS,” the first track from his forthcoming new album, Princess Catgirl. The new music is accompanied by the unveiling of the eponymous Princess Catgirl – a new companion to the Norwegian producer.   “She’s very cute and powerful,” says Cashmere. “I’ve always been shy—since the...

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Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper Top Billboard Charts Post-Oscars

A Star Is Born Soundtrack is out now on Interscope It’s official, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper‘s “Shallow” leaps twenty-one spots to dethrone Ariana Grande‘s “7 Rings” and notch its first week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The iconic movie single from A Star Is Born welcomes a massive surge in its twenty-second week following a tantalizing...

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REVIEW: 1 on 1 with Billie Eilish [PHOTOS]

Warning: Billie Eilish‘s career may cause whiplash. Seriously, at 16 years old, the future megastar is absolutely everywhere and on an unbelievable rise only achieved by a handful of notable pop predecessors. She’s also been on tour literally all year putting in WORK and the high-energy performances to loyal, screaming fans are deservedly paying off. Since...

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