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Las Vegas Shooting Victims Sue Hotel, Concert Promoters

Over 450 victims of the Las Vegas massacre have signed on to several lawsuits seeking damages from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, as well as the promoters of the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the Los Angeles Times reports. Related What Happens to Survivors of Mass Shootings Like Las [...]

Robyn, Tove Lo, & Zara Larsson Among Thousands Of Women To Sign Open Letter Denouncing Sexual Abuse in Swedish Music Industry

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The 13 best rhythm guitarists of all time

With the death of Malcolm Young, rock lost one of its finest rhythm guitarists, one of that blessed fretboard champions who make strumming along in time with the drummer sound like the art of the impossible. The very best rhythm players are the real pace-setters and creative engines of their bands – the lead guitarists just whack a load of extraneous window dressing on top of their genius and collect all the sex. So here, in no particular order, are thirteen of the best rhythm guitarists in rock history, the people laying down the perfect plastering job for some soloing Michelangelo to paint his sonic Last Supper over. Or something.   John Lennon   Lennon’s chordal inventions upped the stakes of rock’n’roll and formed the bedrock of modern guitar music as we know it. John’s guitar twisted, shouted and, arguably, invented punk at least as early as ‘Taxman’. Keith Richards One of the first guitarists to rock as much as he rolled, Keef took roots RB and reconfigured it for the post-Beatnik generation of counter-culture rebels and astral travellers.     Nile Rodgers   Funk became disco with the effortless upswing of Nile Rodgers’ plectrum and pop music has been worshiping his wonder-wrist ever since.     Malcolm Young   AC/DC were/are a band made almost entirely of riff, much of it built around powerchords that Young appeared to have forged in the pits of Mount Doom.     Joe Strummer Weaving together punk and reggae was an intricate craft that few have achieved without sounding like pie-munching pub rockers. Strummer made it look a sweaty breeze, and inspired a generation.   James Hetfield   After thirty years of sounding like Thor started a band on guitars made of tectonic plate, Hetfield’s thunderchugs define Metallica, any vast swathes of the metal landscape too. See also: Izzy Stradlin.     David Gedge   If Hetfield is the rhythm guitar Thor, The Wedding Present’s David Gedge is its Flash, speed-strumming through ‘Kennedy’ and ‘Brassneck’ like his life depends on it and, from the off, setting the indie pop pulse at ‘frantic’.     Albert Hammond Jr   A spiritual descendant of Gedge, Albert’s stark, smart and edgy slashes of modish guitar drove the compulsive energy of The Strokes and rejuvenated new wave pop for the 21st Century New York scene.     Carl Barat   And Hammond begat Barat, who did exactly the same for UK indie rock, his swerving and spiraling chord rampages encapsulating the stylish/demonically unhinged essence of The Libs. See also: Alex Turner. NME Newsletter Sign up for the newsletter   Black Francis   If the devil has all the best tunes, Pixies’ Black Francis is on rhythm. Savage, melodic, schizophrenic and willing to ditch a time signature in a second if there’s a juicy hook worth chasing, Francis’ Biblical Mex-grunge mania smashed the pillars and [...]

Essential Christmas gifts for vinyl lovers

As Christmas draws nearer, the closer you get to spending some quality time with some of your favourite records. Who needs family gatherings when you’ve got a Bowie box set, right? Whether you’re an MP3 addict who’s completely new to vinyl, or a self-confessed audiophile in need of a level up, we’ve got the Christmas gift for you. Under £10 Retro vinyl coasters [...]

Jake Gyllenhaal to replace Ben Affleck as Batman?

Jake Gyllenhaal could replace Ben Affleck as the next Batman, according to reports. Collider journalist John Campea recently claimed that Gyllenhaal had met with Matt Reeves, who is set to direct the long-touted The Batman standalone film, about the possibility of taking over from Affleck. “That is the name that was floated,” Campea said in a YouTube video. “There has been some [...]

At The Drive-In frontman hints that song is about Danny Masterson’s alleged assault on his wife

At The Drive-In frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala has suggested that one of his band’s recent songs is about actor Danny Masterson, who is accused of raping the singer’s wife. Masterson – who played Steven Hyde in That ’70s Show as well as Rooster in Netflix comedy The Ranch – faces allegations of rape from four women, with all the alleged incidents said to have taken place in the early [...]

Oliver Stone responds to claims that he sexually harassed Melissa Gilbert during an audition

Director Oliver Stone has responded to allegations made by actress Melissa Gilbert that he sexually harassed her during an audition. Gilbert made the claims during a radio interview on Monday (November 20), accusing Oscar winning filmmaker Stone of “humiliating” her during an audition for a role in 1991 Jim Morrison biopic The Doors. The part in question eventually went to Meg Ryan. Speaking [...]

King Krule: Rock’s Coolest New Crank Sounds Off

Archy Marshall, the artist known as King Krule, discusses how he reacted to sudden teenage stardom, and why he’s suspicious of superstar co-signs. Roger Kisby/Redux The kids outside Chicago’s Metro have been waiting for hours to see Archy Marshall, the 23-year-old London [...]


New leadership initiative for students focuses on civil discourse and citizenship engagement

21 November 2017

During Princeton University’s fall break, a cohort of undergraduates met with leaders of think tanks, philanthropies and elected officials to cultivate their capacity for citizenship and leadership on campus and to prepare them for service and success in a global society as part of the Next Generation Citizenship program. Among the officials who students met in Washington, D.C., was Terri [...]

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Melody’s Echo Chamber Shares First Post Since Tour Cancelling Injury

21 November 2017

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 09:56:53 Melody’s Echo Chamber posted on Facebook for the first time since June 27th of this year, when it was announced that Melody Prochet had suffered an injury that [...]

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Read Greta Gerwig’s letters to Justin Timberlake and Alanis Morissette asking for ‘Lady Bird’ music rights

21 November 2017

Greta Gerwig has shared the unusual way she got the rights to use songs by Justin Timberlake, Alanis Morissette and Dave Matthews Band in her new film, Lady Bird. The actor wrote the screenplay for and directed the coming-of-age movie, which stars Saoirse Ronan as Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson. The film utilises tracks like Timberlake’s ‘Cry Me A River’, Morissette’s [...]

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Charlie Rose fired by CBS over sexual misconduct allegations

21 November 2017

Veteran US talk show host Charlie Rose has been accused of sexual misconduct by eight women, responding by admitting that he has “behaved insensitively at times” and “accepts responsibility for that”. He has since been fired by CBS over the claims. The alleged incidents date from the late 1990s to 2011, with the accusers ranging in age from 21 to 37 [...]

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Solange handpicks ‘musical family’ for new Calvin Klein campaign

21 November 2017

Solange has handpicked a “musical family” to appear alongside in a new Calvin Klein ad campaign.  The musician has been chosen to front the new “Our Family, #MYCALVINS” campaign. Frank Ocean, FKA Twigs and Kendrick Lamar are amongst those who previously appeared in adverts for the brand last year. The denim and underwear campaign also features Kelela, Dev Hynes, former Chairlift singer [...]

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RZA Files Trademark Opposition Suit Against ‘Woof-Tang Clan’

21 November 2017

Wu-Tang Clan honcho RZA has filed a trademark opposition suit against a Brooklyn dog walking company trying to register the trademark, “Woof-Tang Clan.” Related RZA Announces New Wu-Tang-Affiliated LP ‘The Saga Continues’ Rap collective drops new single “People Say” with Redman [...]

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Ex-Marilyn Manson bandmate says Kurt Cobain should “burn in hell” for being a “fucking thief”

21 November 2017

Ex-Marilyn Manson keyboardist Madonna Wayne Gacy recently took to social media to tell late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain to “burn in hell” for alleged song theft. Gacy – aka Pogo, real name Stephen Gregory Bier Jr – was a member in Manson’s band from 1989 to 2007. According to reports, Gacy recently posted a link to Blue Oyster Cult‘s song ‘Godzilla’ on Facebook, writing in [...]

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Rita Ora Performs On German ‘The Voice’ And The Judges Didn’t Know Who She Was

21 November 2017

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Fans raise nearly $82,000 in one day after R.E.M. touring member suffers stroke

21 November 2017

Fans have come to the aid of long-time R.E.M. touring multi-instrumentalist Scott McCaughey after he suffered a stroke. McCaughey toured with the band from 1994 until their split in 2011. He played rhythm guitar, keyboards, provided backing vocals and occasionally contributed lead guitar in that time. The musician’s wife has now set up a GoFundMe page to help with the [...]

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Chaire Suzanne Tassier-Charlier / Conférences de Peter Hegarty

21 November 2017

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Grabowski named vice president for philanthropy and alumni engagement

21 November 2017

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Rodney M. Grabowski, a highly accomplished fundraising executive with more than 25 years of experience, has been named vice president for philanthropy and alumni engagement at the University at Buffalo. Grabowski’s appointment, announced today by UB President Satish K. Tripathi, followed a national search and is effective Dec. 4. “We are thrilled to welcome Rod Grabowski to our university family,” Tripathi said. “Now more than [...]

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The Keystone XL Pipeline Fight Is Not Over Yet

21 November 2017

Yesterday, after the Nebraska Public Service Commission met to decide whether to give Keystone XL a permit to cross the state, headlines seemed to hail victory for the pipeline project. “Nebraska Regulators Approve Alternative Route for Keystone XL Pipeline,” the New York Times wrote. “Keystone XL pipeline wins green light in Nebraska,” wrote Politico. Reuters was most decisive: “Nebraska clears [...]

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Panic! At the Disco Announce New Live Tour Album ‘All My Friends We’re Glorious’

21 November 2017

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Watch a grandma play air guitar on stage with Five Finger Death Punch

21 November 2017

A grandma joined Five Finger Death Punch on stage to play air guitar at one of their recent gigs. Buy Five Finger Death Punch merch here The Las Vegas heavy metallers were performing at the Oslo Spektrum venue in Oslo, Norway on Saturday (November 18) when they were joined by the unexpected guest. The group returned to the stage for an encore, [...]

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Noel Gallagher on performing Oasis songs live: “Bob Dylan sings Bob Dylan better than anyone else”

21 November 2017

Noel Gallagher has defended his live renditions of Oasis songs, saying: “Bob Dylan sings Bob Dylan better than anyone else.” Buy this Oasis-inspired ‘Tea Here Now’ mug With Noel and brother Liam both embarking on solo careers, the subject of performing Oasis songs live has led to a heated debate, with some fans arguing that Noel has the right to do so because [...]

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Stormzy and Liam Gallagher to appear on the BBC’s ‘The Year In Music 2017’

21 November 2017

The BBC are set to air a special programme looking back at the last 12 months in the music world. The Year In Music 2017 will take the form of a one hour special and will be hosted by Claudia Winkleman and guest presenter Clara Amfo. Part of the show will feature this year’s BBC Music Awards. According to a [...]

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How I built a career as a pop culture commentator

21 November 2017

Dr Kirsty Fairclough is Senior Lecturer in Media and Performance at University of Salford. She’s delivered conferences on Mad Men and Twin Peaks, written extensively about film and music, and is the author of the recent book Beyoncé: Celebrity, Feminism and Pop Culture. Kirsty will also be appearing at NME’s #Lifehacks event on Thursday, joining a panel in which she and [...]

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HBO hack linked to Iranian military

21 November 2017

A hacker affiliated with the Iranian military is at the centre of charges relating to this summer’s HBO hack. The US TV network suffered leaks earlier this year, when scripts for Game Of Thrones and early episodes of shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm were unleashed online. Federal prosecutors announced charges against one individual earlier today (November 21). Behzad Mesri is [...]

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Rencontres ULB-Le Soir : "Enseignement : l’ascenseur social est-il en panne ?"

21 November 2017

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Brent Colburn named Princeton vice president for communications and public affairs

21 November 2017

Brent Colburn, a former senior communications and public affairs official at several cabinet-level federal agencies and currently the vice president for communications at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, has been named Princeton University’s vice president for communications and public affairs, effective Feb. 1. He succeeds Robert Durkee, who is stepping down from his position as the University’s vice president for public [...]

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Al Franken: ‘SNL’ Women Pen Letter of Support After Groping Accusation

21 November 2017

Thirty-six women who worked with Al Franken on Saturday Night Live both chastised and expressed solidarity with the former comedian and current Minnesota senator after he was accused of groping radio/TV host, Leeann Tweeden. Related Watch ‘SNL’ Tackle Al Franken, Roy Moore Accusations in ‘Weekend Update’ [...]

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Pinegrove “taking some time off” as frontman responds to sexual coercion accusation

21 November 2017

Pinegrove have announced that they are “taking some time off” and cancelling their remaining tour dates after frontman Evan Stephens Hall was accused of sexual coercion. Hall has since responded to the accusation in a statement. Writing in a lengthy statement posted to Facebook (scroll below to see), Hall acknowledged that he has been “accused of sexual coercion,” adding: “the accusation comes [...]

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Christmas songs: 60 amazing indie tunes for the Yuletide season

21 November 2017

Christmas songs hit the radio like clockwork every year, and they’re always exactly the same ones. Like the perennial arrival of mulled wine, stilton slabs, Brussels sprouts and turkey five ways that accompanies the Christmas period, too often the Yuletide tunes we get given are the same old ones. To which we say: no. No more. Enough. And with that [...]

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These awesome Star Wars drones have never been cheaper

21 November 2017

As the week builds up towards America’s sales-central holiday of Black Friday – on Friday, November 24 – incredible deals are continuing to roll in across the internet. The latest of these is a massive 40% reduction on three types of Star Wars drone that will thrill your inner Star Wars nerd: the price has been slashed from £199 to £119.99. Buy now: [...]

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Watch ‘LORD’, the new video from Young Fathers

21 November 2017

Young Fathers have released the powerful new video for ‘LORD’, the lead single from their next album. Check it out below. The dark and gospel-driven track has been accompanied by a brooding video that sees the Mercury Prize winning group standing in the rain and riding on horseback as the track plays out. Describing the video, singer Alloysius Massaquoi explained how it was [...]

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‘Snoop Dogg was cartwheeling down the hallway’ – funk-jazz maestro Thundercat on his many musical collaborators

21 November 2017

If there’s one man who knows his way around a bass guitar, it’s Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat. First noted for his stellar work with producer Flying Lotus, he’s since established himself as a virtuoso musician with his own solo career. Fusing intricate bass melodies with an almost mystical falsetto vocal, the LA native makes soulful jazz-fusion that’s stuffed with floor-shaking [...]

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Can we treat schizophrenia in the womb?

21 November 2017

An article in Newsweek reports on a new study by Michal Stachowiak, professor of pathology and anatomical science in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, that uses cerebral organoids, or mini brains, to understand the cause of schizophrenia. The article notes that after growing the mini brains, the research group saw architectural difference in the cortex: immature cells that would one day turn into [...]

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Breakthrough could launch organic electronics beyond cellphone screens

21 November 2017

A discovery by an international team of researchers from Princeton University, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Humboldt University in Berlin points the way to more widespread use of an advanced technology generally known as organic electronics. The research, published Nov. 13 in the journal Nature Materials, focuses on organic semiconductors, a class of materials prized for their applications in emerging [...]

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Ex-Black Sabbath Drummer Bill Ward Cancels Day of Errors Tour

21 November 2017

Former Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward was forced to cancel a string of December shows with his new band Day of Errors due to heart problems. Related Black Sabbath’s Bill Ward: My 10 Favorite Metal Albums Drummer shouts out classics including Metallica’s [...]

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Johnny Marr reveals how Brexit and Donald Trump will influence his new album

21 November 2017

Johnny Marr has revealed how the effects of Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidency will affect the sound of his next album, despite initially hoping that both events wouldn’t filter into his music. The former Smiths guitarist is currently recording his third solo album at his purpose-built studio in Manchester, with the record expected for release in spring 2018. Now, he’s revealed how [...]

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REM talk to us about the classic ‘Man On The Moon’ to mark the single’s 25th anniversary

21 November 2017

To mark 25 years of their classic single ‘Man On The Moon’, REM have spoken to us about the inspiration behind the track. Watch our ‘Song Stories’ interview with bassist Mike Mills above. Buy the 25th anniversary edition of ‘Automatic For The People’ here This month saw the release of the 25th anniversary edition of the art-rock veterans’ classic 1992 record ‘Automatic [...]

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Bryan Cranston had a very close run-in with Charles Manson in the 1960s

21 November 2017

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has revealed how he had a brief run-in with Charles Manson only a year before the notorious cult leader ordered his followers to commit a series of shocking murders, including that of Hollywood actress Sharon Tate. Posting on Twitter in the aftermath of Manson’s death, Cranston explained how he had briefly seen the notorious criminal while [...]

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Watch Vic Mensa Perform Moving ‘We Could Be Free’ on ‘Colbert’

21 November 2017

Vic Mensa unleashed a striking performance of “We Could Be Free” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday. The track appears on Mensa’s new album, The Autobiography. Related Vic Mensa Talks His Intensely Personal LP, ‘The Autobiography’ “There were certain [...]

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Josh Homme on how AC/DC’s Malcolm Young inspired the start of Queens Of The Stone Age

21 November 2017

Josh Homme has spoken out about how late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young inspired him when he was first starting Queens Of The Stone Age. AC/DC confirmed the death of their founder and former guitarist at the weekend, when Young died at the age of 64 after a battle with dementia. The likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Brody Dalle, Van Halen, Biffy Clyro, [...]

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Donald Trump Calls on NFL to Suspend Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch

21 November 2017

Donald Trump criticized Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch on Monday morning for standing during the Mexican national anthem and sitting during the American national anthem prior to Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. Trump, who recently took aim at the NFL for not forcing players to stand for the national anthem, [...]

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Beyonce named as the highest paid female musician of 2017

21 November 2017

Beyonce has been named as the highest paid female musician of 2017, after knocking Taylor Swift from the top spot. According to Forbes, the singer earned a staggering £79 million from both record sales and her massive ‘Formation’ world tour, which concluded in October 2016. The second spot, meanwhile, was taken by Adele who raked in £52 million with her first full [...]

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KISS’ Paul Stanley slams Marilyn Manson as ‘pathetic’ for ‘trying to get publicity’ from Charles Manson’s death

21 November 2017

KISS‘ Paul Stanley has hit out at Marilyn Manson for his reaction to Charles Manson’s death – slamming him as ‘pathetic’ for ‘trying for publicity’ off the passing of a ‘scumbag’. Notorious cult leader Charles Manson died in a hospital in California on Sunday (November 19). He was 83. Yesterday saw Marilyn Manson shared an image of the killer with a link [...]

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Morrissey adds another London show to his 2018 UK tour

21 November 2017

Due to phenomenal demand, Morrissey has announced an extra London gig at the O2 Academy in Brixton. Full tour dates and ticket details are below. Buy Morrissey tickets here Touring in support of his new album ‘Low In High School‘, the former Smiths turned solo icon will now also be playing a fourth show in the capital at The O2 Academy in [...]

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Here’s what Liam Gallagher told Ed Sheeran after he broke his arm

21 November 2017

Liam Gallagher jokingly told Ed Sheeran to “calm down on the two-handed wanking”  when the pair met for the first time after Sheeran broke his arm in a bike crash. The singer broke his right arm after coming off his bike near his home in Suffolk last month, with the injury forcing him to shelve several scheduled tour dates across Asia.  Now, [...]

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Le conflit linguistique belge éclairé par la psychologie sociale

21 November 2017

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Miracles Singer Warren ‘Pete’ Moore Dead at 78

21 November 2017

Warren “Pete” Moore, an original member of the legendary Motown singing group the Miracles, died Sunday at the age of 78. Related 500 Greatest Songs of All Time Rolling Stone’s definitive list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. [...]

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Blur: Alex James’ 10 best basslines

21 November 2017

Unfairly maligned as Blur’s third most interesting member, Alex James’ trademark bass has been (ahem) instrumental in the boys’ finest moments. As he turns 49 (November 21), lets have a look back at his career highlights. 10 Chinese Bombs US hardcore isn’t the first influence that comes to mind when you think of mid-late ‘90s Blur, but ‘Chinese Bombs’ is an amphetamine [...]

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The name of the crystal foxes in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ has been revealed

21 November 2017

The release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is growing ever closer, and we’ve now been treated to a whole load of information about the mysterious crystal foxes that made their brief debut in a recent trailer. The icy creatures are known as Vulptex (or vulptices collectively), and they’re known to dwell across the salt flats of Crait, a largely uninhabited [...]

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System Of A Down’s Daron Malakian said he was ‘very sad’ to hear about ‘genius’ Charles Manson’s death

21 November 2017

System Of A Down guitarist Daron Malakian has caused controversy by saying that he was ‘very sad’ to hear about the death of Charles Manson – hailing him as a ‘genius’ for his music and interviews. Notorious cult leader Charles Manson died in a hospital in California on Sunday (November 19). He was 83. After Marilyn Manson shared an image of [...]

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Ed Sheeran announced for ‘Top Of The Pops’ Christmas special

21 November 2017

The line-up has been revealed for this year’s Top of The Pops Christmas and New Year special, with Rita Ora and Ed Sheeran announced among the main acts. Despite departing from our screens on a weekly basis in 2006, the iconic BBC music show has returned every year since then for a Christmas and New Year special hosted by Reggie Yates [...]

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Second Woman Accuses Al Franken of Groping

21 November 2017

A second woman has come forward alleging Minnesota Senator Al Franken groped her. Lindsay Menz claims Franken grabbed her butt while they posed for a photograph together at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010. Related Louis C.K., Roy Moore, and How America Is Reacting to #MeToo [...]

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Victoria Beckham responds to latest reports of Spice Girls reuniting in 2018

21 November 2017

Victoria Beckham has spoken out to downplay the latest reports of a Spice Girls reunion in 2018. The pop group originally formed in 1994, before splitting in 2000 following the recording of three studio albums. The group reunited for a live tour from 2007-08, while they last performed together at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games. Then, earlier this [...]

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Watch Jay-Z halt concert to deliver inspirational message to young fan

21 November 2017

Last night saw Jay-Z pause his show to deliver a powerful and feminist message to a young fan in the audience. Watch footage from the gig below. Buy awesome Jay-Z merchandise here The rap icon’s current tour for his acclaimed 2017 album ‘4:44‘ rolled into Cleveland, before he paid special attention to a nine-year-old girl he noticed in one of the front rows [...]

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Noel Gallagher claims ‘village idiot’ brother Liam is ‘not well’

21 November 2017

Noel Gallagher has hit out his brother Liam, slamming him as a “village idiot” and claiming that he is “not well” after his alleged controversial comments about the ‘We Are Manchester’ benefit concert. Buy this Oasis-inspired ‘Tea Here Now’ mug The latest in the war of words between the former Oasis bandmates echo Noel’s comments from earlier this year when he claimed [...]

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Review: Steamy Tale of First Love Is Sexiest Film of 2017

21 November 2017

Here’s the movie of the year for incurable romantics, a rapturous ode to first love that sweeps you up on waves of dizzying eroticism and then sweetly, emphatically leaves you emotionally shattered. For almost a year, Call Me By Your Name – the latest from Luca Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash), a master cinema sensualist – has been [...]

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