Martin Garrix Speaks On Linkin Park Collaboration And New Music Releasing Soon

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It is otherworldly to think of how much time has already passed since the tragic death of Linkin Park’s lead singer, Chester Bennington. Now though as the band continues to think of how they might move forward without their frontman, other artists who were working with Chester have begun to question whether they should release

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Mike Shinoda Answers Fan Questions About Linkin Park’s Future: “I Can’t Do A Hologram Chester You Guys”

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Since the tragic death of singer Chester Bennington over the summer, the future of Linkin Park has been up in the air. The band’s Mike Shinoda recently took to Instagram live to answer fans’ questions, and one possibility he definitively ruled out, as Alternative Nation reports, is the possibility of touring with a … More »

Can Sam Smith Put Up Adele Numbers This Holiday Season?

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Ever since he made the leap from golden-throated Disclosure associate to sulking adult-contemporary torch singer extraordinaire, Sam Smith has caught the same comparison over and over again: He’s the male Adele. More »

Linkin Park – Bleed It Out (Ryan Browne Remix)

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Fresh off the heels of a monstrous remix of Alison Wonderland, Ryan Browne is back with a heavy remix of Linkin Park‘s fiery “Bleed It Out.”

Browne takes to the drums for the track’s introduction, building the anticipation perfectly for the bass-heavy drop he’s crafted. He lets a hefty dubstep pattern take over the chorus of the track before returning to the original song’s vocals for the verses.

“Bleed It Out” was a standout track on the iconic group’s 2007 album, Minutes to Midnight, pushing the boundaries of their music to new heights with Mike Shinoda‘s fiesty rap vocals.

Browne takes the fist-pumping track one step further, stepping up the intensity with a drum-centric introduction and grungy synth work.

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Steve Aoki releases remix of Linkin Park’s ‘One More Light’

Steve Aoki releases remix of Linkin Park’s ‘One More Light’

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Steve Aoki‘s remix of Linkin Park‘s, “One More Light,” is a heartfelt production, properly glorifying the vocals of the late Chester Bennington — the later singer of the band.

Aoki and Linkin Park worked together on 2013’s, “A Light That Never Comes,” and 2015’s, “Darker Than Blood,” making the solo artist a natural fit to honor Bennington with a remix. “One More Light” amplifies the moving atmosphere and lyrics of the original, styling a pop-infused, future bass core with built-in anthem aesthetics.

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Steve Aoki Remixes Linkin Park’s ‘One More Light’

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On Friday Linkin Park held a show in honor and memory of Chester Bennington, their recently passed lead singer. They put on the event as a celebration of life for Chester and streamed it live on YouTube for the world to behold. Just days before this Steve Aoki released ‘One More Light (Steve Aoki Chester

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Watch Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Debut Chester Bennington Tribute “Looking For An Answer”

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Linkin Park held a star-studded memorial concert in honor of their late frontman Chester Bennington at the Hollywood Bowl last night. The band’s own Mike Shinoda debuted an emotional new tribute song called “Looking For An Answer,” and the evening also featured performances from Alanis Morissette, No Doubt, Blink-182, System Of A Down, aand more. More »

Zedd to sit in on drums at Linkin Park’s upcoming Chester Bennington memorial show

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It’s a well-known fact that acclaimed electro and progressive house producer Zedd began his music career as a drummer, before he made the fateful over to a Digital Audio Workstation and the international superstardom that followed. However, the veteran producer has kept in touch with his percussiion passion, as he is all set to join Linkin Park on drums for a song during a heartfelt Chester Bennington memorial performance.

This news comes just after the band released a touching tribute to their late lead singer with the official music video for “One More Light.” Beyond a glimpse of Zedd in a different setting, the upcoming show indicates just how well respected Bennington was within the music community — and how far his influence extended beyond the trappings of rock music.

The memorial show will be held October 27 at the Hollywood Bowl in LA.

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Zedd will be Drumming with Linkin Park at the Chester Bennington Memorial Show

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Poder A La “Gente”: The Latin Pop Resurgence Is On

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