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1. Under The Radar

1.1. news

1.1.1. The Shins have announced a new album, Heartworms, and shared a lyric video for its single, "Name For You." "Heartworms" is due out March 10 via Aural Apothecary/Columbia. It includes "Dead Alive," which the band shared last October.

1.1.2. Elbow are releasing a new album (their seventh), Little Fictions, on February 3, 2017 via Concord. Previously the British band shared its beautiful first single, "Magnificent (She Says)," as well as an equally stirring video for the song.

1.1.3. Swedish singer/songwriter Jens Lekman announced a new album, Life Will See You Now, that's due for release on February 17 via Secretly Canadian and shared the album's first single, the dance-pop gem "What's That Perfume That You Wear?"

1.1.4. It's been five years since Dirty Projectors' last album, 2012's Swing Lo Magellan, but last fall we were treated a video for a brand new Dirty Projectors song, "Keep Your Name," and now here's a video for another brand new Dirty Projectors song, "Little Bubble," which a press release promises is from their upcoming yet-to-be-announced album.

1.1.5. The xx are releasing a new album, I See You, on January 13 via Young Turks. Previously the band shared the album's first single, "On Hold" (which prominently samples Hall & Oates' 1981 classic "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)"), as well as a video for the song and another song from the album, "Say Something Loving."

1.1.6. Most music websites put together Top 50 albums of the year lists. We usually have to post at least a Top 100 and even then there are great titles that get left out. In 2014 we published a Top 140 Albums of 2014 list and in 2013 it was 125.

1.1.7. Norwegian avant-garde musician Jenny Hval released her sixth album, Blood Bitch, last year via Sacred Bones. It was an acclaimed concept album partly about menstruation and featuring a fictional time traveling vampire named Orlando.

1.1.8. Swedish singer/songwriter Jens Lekman has announced a new album, Life Will See You Now, that's due for release on February 17 via Secretly Canadian. He's also shared the album's first single, the dance-pop gem "What's That Perfume That You Wear?"

1.2. artists

1.2.1. a-ha ABBA AC/DC Adam Levine Adele Aerosmith Amy Winehouse Arctic Monkeys Bee Gees Beyoncé Bruno Mars Buzzcocks Carly Rae Jepsen Cher Coldplay Daft Punk Deadmau5 Elton John Freddie Mercury Green Day Janet Jackson Jay-Z Justin Bieber Justin Timberlake Katy B Lady Gaga Lana Del Rey

2. NME

2.1. news

2.1.1. Lady Gaga and Katy Perry drawn into Kesha’s legal battle with Dr Luke

2.1.2. Fans bemused as Danny Dyer dresses as Amy Winehouse for ‘Lip Sync Battle UK’

2.1.3. Ed Sheeran teases new album lyrics and reveals title ahead of dropping new music tomorrow

2.1.4. Lily Allen threatens Tommy Robinson with legal action over sexual assault and racism row

2.1.5. Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker performs as DJ Defs Worth It at Perth protest gig

2.1.6. ‘Dawson’s Creek’ star James Van Der Beek to play Diplo in new TV show

2.1.7. Snoop Dogg gives Willie Nelson ‘Smoke Weed’ jumper for Christmas

2.1.8. U2 are set to follow-up their 2014 album 'Songs Of Innocence' next year with 'Songs Of Experience'. According to the band, they've written over 50 songs for it and fans can expect a release in the early part of 2017.

2.1.9. David Bowie walking tour to launch in London for his birthday this weekend

2.1.10. The xx announce North American tour by sending free tickets to fans

2.1.11. Gerard Way pays tribute to George Michael, Carrie Fisher & teases ‘weird’ new album

2.1.12. Gallant, Alessia Cara and Jeremih make Forbes ’30 Under 30′ new talent list

2.1.13. George Michael’s boyfriend’s family defend him after suicide claims and concerns for his wellbeing

2.2. artists

2.2.1. The 1975 Bastille Muse Oasis Kanye West Foo Fighters Greenday Stormzy Wolf Alice Skepta The Strokes Arctic Monkeys Kanye West The 1975's Bastille

2.3. events

2.3.1. Glastonbury Reading And Leeds Isle Of Wight V Festival Wireless INmusic Bestival NOS Alive Opener Coachella Download T In The Park

3. Fused

3.1. news




3.1.4. WIN £200 TO SPEND AT H&M

3.1.5. FUSED MAGAZINE A/W 2016

3.2. events

3.2.1. Eye Candy Pop Up at the Winter Makers Market – Day 1 December 2-4, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm

4. The Wire

4.1. news

4.1.1. The Music section currently features four new works including I Desire No Commendation. Inspired by a painting of Henry VIII’s last wife Catherine Parr, the track features vocals by UK artist Sarah Lucas. Another piece called Just One More Thing is performed by bassist Robert Black, founding member of the New York ensemble Bang On A Can Allstars. In addition, Calix’s Warp back catalogue is also available. The Materials section has limited edition artworks and virtual sleeve art, and Conversation will host a series of recorded talks with various friends and collaborators. Releases across all three sections will appear at regular intervals, but not to a specific schedule. Parts will be available to download for a limited period while other works are streamed.

4.2. events

4.2.1. Continuous Drift

4.2.2. Christian Marclay: The Clock

4.2.3. The Great Animal Orchestra

4.2.4. Tony Conrad: Completely In The Present

4.2.5. Ed Atkins retrospective

4.2.6. James Webb: We Listen For The Future

4.2.7. John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea

4.2.8. Polyphonies