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Who had any idea that Robert Downey Jr. could sing so well? Watch him crush it on stage with Sting relegated to backup.

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Enter to Win 2 Tickets For Ennio Morricone’s show in Los Angeles at Nokia Theater on March 20, 2014.

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Happy 2014, everyone! Now that 2013 has OFFICIALLY bitten the dust (and c’est la vie -seriously), I will reminisce and bask in its highlights with the top 20 album releases of 2013 that I COULD NOT STOP LISTENING TO.. I’d like to say “order-shmorder” to be fair, but the Top 10

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The Wolf of Wall Street is sure to be one of the years best films and the soundtrack is definitely up there as one of the best movie soundtracks of the year.

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This week, Paul and AJ lack a plan. As always, when they lack a plan, they tend to just talk a whole bunch. Like, a whole bunch. First up, AJ gives the audience what he knows they want: an update on his health. (Here at Gobbledygeek, we want to make you

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Watch the official video for Julianna Barwick’s “The Harbinger”.  The video directed by Derrick Belchan premiered today on Pitchfork. The imagery shows Julianna’s ghost floating in a pool, “her dress cuffs fluttering like jellyfish and a wispy train of tulle her shroud.” According to Belcham, “The video illustrates a moment in which

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Tessela has a new album out from R&S Records on October 8. To celebrate we’ve go the animated video for “Nancy’s Pantry”.  The video is  directed by Will Barras and Sean Martin. Ed Russell (aka Tessela)  has been moulding a style of dance music that has evolved to become a distinctly futuristic

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This week’s music releases include new albums from William Shatner and Panic! at the Disco.

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Every Monday, we highlight one song that you may not have heard of, may not have heard in ages, or one that we just can’t seem to get out of our heads. Enjoy! While I’m still slightly obsessed with “Royals” by Lorde, I’m also starting to explore her new album and have

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Phosphorescent has announced they are releasing a deluxe version of their 2013 album, Muchacho.  The album arrives in stores on October 29th on digital and CD formats, and features bonus material from an intimate pre-release live show recorded at St. Pancras Church in London. Keep reading for more details about the album, tour dates and

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This week’s music releases feature new albums from Justin Timberlake, Birdy, and Moby.

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Cayucas have released a new version of “Will the Thrill” remixed Luke Top of Fool’s Gold, this morning.  The band also announced they would be touring in support of their album Bigfoot with Ra Ra Riot. Cayucas kicks off their shows today in Louisville. and follows with performances at Treasure Island,

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Every Monday, we highlight one song that you may not have heard of, may not have heard in ages, or one that we just can’t seem to get out of our heads. Enjoy! I’m still recovering from last night’s fantastic Breaking Bad finale. If you haven’t seen it yet, just stop reading now because

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Small Black has just released their road-trippy video for their single “Breathless” off of their new album Limits of Desire from Jagjaguwar.  The video was directed by Nick Bentgen, and takes us on a summer road. It is a song about “feeling free of your own body with the ability to look

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The Blow releases their debut album on vinyl, CD and digital download on October 1st from Kanine Records. The album is an infectious blend of rock, new wave, pop and R&B. Thanks to Pitchfork Advance, you can stream the album in it’s entirety. Keep reading to listen to the new

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This week’s new music releases include albums from Kings of Leon, the Watson Twins, and Sarah Jarosz.

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