Turns out partying helps you live longer, so get out there!

In light a new study, it looks like having an active social life really is good for your health. According to the study conducted by 02 and behavioural science expert Patrick Fagan, “attending a live music gig once a fortnight could have life expectancy rocketing by nine years due to its power to positively impact wellbeing.” How good is that. After running psychometric and heart-rate tests, they concluded that going out to gigs...

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Winter Music Conference announces 2018 dates and panel topics
Mar15

Winter Music Conference announces 2018 dates and panel topics

Miami’s has announced ficial dates and panel topics ahead its 33rd edition. Taking place on March 20-22 in Miami Beach’s illustrious Faena District, the conference will play host to a variety panel discussions. Publicity, agency, licensing, streaming and A&R are among just a few the topics listed on WMC’s . “We’re thrilled to have the breathtaking Faena Forum as the backdrop for this year’s Winter Music...

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Kendrick Lamar, SZA and TDE Sued for 'All The Stars' Artwork
Feb21

Kendrick Lamar, SZA and TDE Sued for 'All The Stars' Artwork

After alleging that her artwork was stolen for Kendrick Lamar and SZA's "All The Stars" video, the first from the Black Panther: The Album soundtrack, British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor is now suing Kendrick, SZA and TDE. Specifically, Viktor says her work,  "Constellations I," "Constellations II" and "Constellations III"  were used in the video. She says that she was contacted by...

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BOB 2015: CHEMICAL BROTHERS (BEST LIVE ACT)
Feb14

BOB 2015: CHEMICAL BROTHERS (BEST LIVE ACT)

OTHER NOMINEESLEFTFIELDPARANOID LONDONKARENNTHE PRODIGY BROTHERS IN RHYTHMAs they continue to innovate and rock some choice festival crowds, The Chems beat The Prodigy to secure the Best Live Act gong… When we asked you who the best British live act the year was, you answered almost unequivocally that the honour should be bestowed upon The Chemical Brothers. As such, 2015 was the year that the old masters showed the young guns...

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Deepakalypse Readies Floating on a Sphere with Lead Single “Drummers”
Dec25

Deepakalypse Readies Floating on a Sphere with Lead Single “Drummers”

LA folk/punk artist Deepakalypse has emerged with his new track “Drummers” – the first piece of music released from his forthcoming Everloving Records (The Growlers, Metric, Ben Harper) debut album Floating on a Sphere. At first listen, the track seems rough around the edges, but after digging deeper – what is evident is delicately crafted songwriting with an extremely authentic message and seasoned musicianship. The Ventura County...

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