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Paramore Release “Hate to See Your Heart Break (ft. Joy Williams)” Video

Paramore Release “Hate to See Your Heart Break (ft. Joy Williams)” Video

Alt/rock trio Paramore have released the music video for their latest track “Hate to See Your Heart Break” which features The Civil Wars vocalist Joy Williams.

The track is featured on the band’s re-release of their critically-acclaimed self titled new album, available now on iTunes. Get ready to be blow away, because Hayley and Joy’s vocals combined are superb.

Check out the video, below.

 

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Eminem “Guts Over Fear (ft. Sia)” Video Premiere!

Eminem “Guts Over Fear (ft. Sia)” Video Premiere!

Eminem has released the music video for his latest single “Guts Over Fear” featuring singer-songwriter Sia.

The Syndrome-directed clip stars an aspiring boxer, who tries to make it to the ring, but first he faces all kinds of obstacles. His dish-washing job can’t pay the bills, his girlfriend is pregnant, and his father is an alcoholic. But despite it all, he manages to persevere and triumph in the face of adversity. (Rap-Up)

Sia doesn’t make an appearance in the video, but we do get to see a woman with vitiligo, who dons Sia’s trademark blonde bob. Check out the video, below.

Available on iTunes —> Guts Over Fear (feat. Sia) – SHADYXV

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Katy Perry to Headline The ‘Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show’

Katy Perry to Headline The ‘Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show’

Global superstar Katy Perry will headline the PEPSI SUPER BOWL XLIX HALFTIME SHOW on NBC in University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona on Sunday, February 1, 2015.

Katy acknowledged the performance on Twitter while watching the Dallas Cowboys – New York Giants game in Australia where she is currently on her Prismatic World Tour.  Bob Costas announced the performance to the television audience at halftime of the Cowboys-Giants game on Sunday Night Football, primetime TV’s #1 show. This triggered the launch of an original digital video featuring Katy produced by Pepsi.  Later in the night, Pepsi’s acclaimed commercial “There Since The First #Halftime” re-released to Katy’s award-winning song “Firework” debuted during the telecast.

The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show is the most-watched musical event of the year. More than 115 million viewers in the U.S. watched last year’s show.  The Super Bowl and halftime show will be broadcast worldwide.

Katy Perry joins an esteemed list of recent halftime acts that includes Bruno Mars, Beyoncé, Madonna, The Who, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Prince, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and U2.

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Master Shortie Premieres “Elvis Presley” Video (f/ Skepta)

Master Shortie Premieres “Elvis Presley” Video (f/ Skepta)

Brooklyn-by-way-of-South London emcee/hip hop innovator, Master Shortie, continues to make waves with his new video for “Elvis Presley” featuring Skepta.

The video, which premiered with Complex, is a catchy blend of trap, EDM, grime and straight forward hip hop with Master Shortie at the top of his game. For “Elvis Presley”, Shortie got an assist from one of the most blogged about rappers around in Skepta. The two feed off of each other brilliantly to create a track that is sure to make your ‘Best of’ list for 2014.

Master Shortie recently launched a new chapter in his creative journey with the release of The Theodore EP as a free download.master shortie skepta hip hop

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Listen to Syvia’s New Track, “Soon”

Listen to Syvia’s New Track, “Soon”

Indie rock group Syvia have released their brand new track titled “Soon.”

Blurring the lines between electropop, punk, and rock by pairing gritty rock riffs with lush electronic synths and memorable shoegaze hooks, Syvia pairs the grittiness of The YYYs with a dark Nordic spirit.

Syvia will be releasing their debut full-length album entitled FWD in early 2015. Listen to “Soon,” below.

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Ministry of Wolves Release ‘Happily Ever After’

Ministry of Wolves Release ‘Happily Ever After’

Alexander Hacke, Mick Harvey, Danielle de Picciotto and Paul Wallfisch have announced details of The Ministry Of Wolves digital release of Happily Ever After.

“Happily Ever After” is a companion piece to the debut album, Music From Republik der Wölfe. Released on November 24th, 2014, the album features unreleased and unheard tracks, as well as German versions of tracks from the debut.

The debut album, featured in The Quietus’ best releases of the year so far, was originally created as a soundtrack to ‘Republik der Wölfe,’ a theatre production directed by Claudia Bauer, which premiered at the Theater Dortmund, Germany in spring 2014.

Music From Republik der Wölfe and Happily Ever After are based on the writings of the Brothers Grimm, in particular Anne Sexton’s ‘Transformations’ (1971), the Pulitzer Prize winning poet’s reworking of the Grimm’s fairy tales. In the hands of The Ministry Of Wolves, these morality tales and warnings are as dark as you remember them from childhood.

Unreleased tracks on the album are “The Wonderful Musician” and “The 12 Dancing Princesses” - unheard before this release. German versions of tracks from the debut include Der Goldene Schluessel (The Gold Key), Die Weisse Schlange (White Snake Waltz) and Der Froschkoenig (The Frog Prince).

 

 

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