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Whenever Beyonce makes an announcement, the entire world notices — that’s what happens when you’re one of the most famous and celebrated entertainers on the planet. On Wednesday, she did just that with an Instagram post (and particularly artsy photo shoot) revealing that she’s pregnant with twins: We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. – The Carters A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Feb 1, 2017 at 10:39am PST The…

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Anybody who knows anything about the Foo Fighters knows this: the individual members don’t shy away from projects outside of their globe-trotting, festival-headlining, million-selling main band. And with the Foos’ “hiatus” seemingly over soon, there’s still time for more new projects on the side. With that in mind, guitarist Chris Shiflett will release a new solo album, West Coast Town, on April 14 via SideOneDummy Records. The news was announced on Wednesday, along with a premiere of the title track over at Rolling Stone. Stream it below: Shiflett is no stranger to forays into country-rock territory, having released a pair…

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Get ready for a big year from Los Angeles-based indie/rock band King Washington, longtime favorites of this website. The group, whose music calls to mind inspirations as eclectic as the Beatles, Talking Heads, Grizzly Bear and Crosby, Stills & Nash, just signed with The End Records and will release a new album on their new label home sometime this year. In advance of the new record, they also premiered a new single called “My Reflection,” which can be streamed below: https://soundcloud.com/kingwashington/my-reflection-1 Rock Cellar enjoys a special relationship with King Washington. The band has taken part in a handful of our Los…

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Blondie are back in action, and on May 5 the iconic band will release a new album titled Pollinator. The announcement came on Wednesday, along with some intriguing details about this, the band’s first new record since 2014’s Ghosts of Download and 11th overall. For Pollinator, the band — principal songwriters Deborah Harry and guitarist Chris Stein, along with drummer Clem Burke, bassist Leigh Foxx, Matt Katz-Bohen on keys and Tommy Kessler on guitars — worked with an impressive list of writers and producers. Here’s the album’s lead single, the disco-flavored “Fun,” which was written by Dave Sitek of TV on the…

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AFI recently released a new record, a self-titled affair referred to as The Blood Album. The long-running Northern California-based alt/punk/rock band also just premiered a music video for the track “Aurelia,” one of the standout cuts on the album (along with “White Offerings,” which received its own video treatment before the album’s release on January 20). Watch the video, which features some extreme close-ups of each band member for much of the song’s running time, below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZpiUC3QDX4 AFI is out on the road touring in support of the new album and their career, which has now spanned more than 20…

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2016 was a banner year for Highly Suspect. The three-piece’s sophomore album, The Boy Who Died Wolf, picked up momentum around the industry and they made significant radio impact with the single “My Name Is Human” — a song, by the way, that earned them a Best Rock Song nomination at the upcoming Grammy Awards. This week, the band announced a spring headlining tour that comes on the heels of a very successful ’16 trek. The new outing begins on March 26 and will run up until June 1, with festival appearances sprinkled in with headlining dates. Here’s the schedule: 3/26 -…

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Oakland’s Rogue Wave recently released a special 1980s-themed covers album titled Cover Me for Record Store Day Black Friday back in November. The set found the indie/rock band tackling some classic ’80s tunes made famous by the likes of the Romantics, Pete Townshend, the Cure, ZZ Top, Echo & the Bunnymen and more. On February 17, they’ll reissue the album as a special Deluxe Edition featuring some additional tracks and fancy vinyl for the collectors out there. From their announcement: The limited-edition deluxe gatefold package includes a bonus 7″ with two previously unreleased tracks, a special multi-color splattered translucent vinyl, and a digital…

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In recent years, Bob Dylan has devoted much of his studio time to recording albums of standards — and on March 31, he’ll release Triplicate. It’s the next in line after his 2015 album Shadows in the Night and 2016’s Fallen Angels, both of which were also collections of standards. A three-disc, 30-song collection of recordings of ‘classic American tunes,’ each disc on Triplicate comes individually titled and in its own thematically-arranged 10-song sequence. Pre-orders are up now on iTunes as well as Dylan’s official online store. More, from Dylan’s announcement: Triplicate showcases Dylan’s unique and much-lauded talents as a…

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John Wetton, singer/songwriter/bassist who amassed a reputation for his work with King Crimson and as a principal force behind Asia, has passed away at the age of 67. https://twitter.com/originalasia/status/826386350983225344 https://twitter.com/asiageoff/status/826383859533115392 https://twitter.com/ELP_carl/status/826411393738035200 King Crimson’s Facebook page shared its condolences as well: Wetton had been battling cancer. He’ll be missed. Rest in peace.

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The late, great and irreplaceable Prince carved an indelible spot in music history with his unique style, music and mythical status — and that myth-like existence was aided by the fact that, for years, it’s been impossible to officially listen to his music online. Prince’s camp has long had a notorious reputation for taking down unlicensed YouTube videos and his music has long been unavailable on streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music and others … but that might be ending soon. Late Monday, the New York Post revealed via an insider that much of his catalog recorded under his Warner…

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