Justin Bieber Announces New Album Changes, Shares New Song: Listen

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“Get Me”—featuring Kehlani—is the latest offering from Bieber’s Purpose follow-up

San Francisco’s Tiny Telephone Recording Studio to Close

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The analog studio—an affordable option for indie bands since 1997—will continue operations out of its Oakland location

Billie Eilish makes Grammys history, becomes first female artist to sweep the four major categories

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Billie Eilish makes Grammys history, becomes first female artist to sweep the four major categories03 Billie Eilish Grammy Press Room 2020 Billboard 1548

Billie Eilish has scripted Grammy history, becoming the first female artist to take home the coveted awards for the ceremony’s four major categories, Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year. Eilish is only the second artist to sweep each of the four categories: Christopher Cross was the first to do so in 1981. 

Of note, Eilish was the second most nominated artist at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, and she and Lizzo were the first artists to earn nominations in each of the four major award categories since Sam Smith in 2015.

Eilish also took home the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album, which brought the 18-year-old vocalist’s count to a staggering total of five awards. “bad guy” nabbed Record of the Year and Song of the Year for Eilish, while WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, the LP from which the high performing single hails, secured her album-focused awards.

Album of the Year is a pivotal victory for the songstress, who is now the youngest individual performer to triumph in this category. The title was formerly held by Taylor Swift, who won the category for 2008’s Fearless. 

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H/T: People

Sparks Announce New Album A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip

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The Mael brothers have also revealed upcoming European tour dates

STFU & Party Announces Lineups For Its Three-Week Spring Break Event

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With January flying by, Spring Break planning for 2020 is already underway. One event, STFU & Party, has recently announced their lineups for its three weeks of festivities. Cedric Gervais, K Camp, and NOIZU headline week one; Lost Kings, MEDVZA and SNBRN headline week two; and 3LAU, Dom Dolla, and Loud Luxury take over headline

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Exclusive Interview: Crystal Skies Talks Music, Touring, Ophelia Records and Much More

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Crystal Skies are well on their way to doing big things and have been absolutely soaring to the top ranks of the electronic music scene over the years. Signed to Seven Lions owned label Ophelia Records and recently dropping their brand new ‘Constellations’ EP. There is no doubt that this duo is creating an inherently

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Grammy Ratings Hit All-Time Low In Demo

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Last night’s iteration of the Grammys was exceptionally grim — one might even call it a “sad, fraught, fucked-up night of television” — and apparently this year’s ratings were pretty bleak, too. Viewership continued to slip from recent years, and though it wasn’t the worst showing of the Grammys ever — … More »

Watch Koffee’s “Tiny Desk Concert” for NPR

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The Jamaican singer performed a handful of singles from her Rapture EP

Rolling Loud Miami 2020 Lineup

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Having launched back in 2014, Rolling Loud has already expanded well beyond its Miami origins. The giant hip-hop festival has now spread into multiple events throughout the year. Tonight, we get the highly-anticipated announcement of the 2020 lineup. More »

The Strokes Announce North American Concerts

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They’ll play a handful of gigs this March with support from Alvvays and King Princess