Posts Tagged “Dr Dre”

Reznor defends his return to a major label, and secrets are revealed from his new streaming service in collaboration with Beats and Dr Dre. What have they been hiding?

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“Dr. Dre”-vibe track is the latest single to be taken from their forthcoming new album “AM.”

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Frontman Alex Turner talks about fusing rock and hip-hop on the upcoming record “AM.”

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The new single from his How To Destroy Angels side-project coincides with fascinating new info on his streaming service with Dr. Dre.

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He also promises brand new Nine Inch Nails tracks on a forthcoming Greatest Hits compilation, alongside announcing his forthcoming “intelligent” streaming service in collaboration with Dr. Dre.

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Reznor won’t reveal the details of his project with Dr. Dre, but says it’s fascinating and fans will never guess what it is. Can you?

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The California band are preparing to release “Push And Shove”, their first album together in over ten years. During their time away, Stefani recorded a pair of solo albums with high-profile producers like Dr Dre and The Neptunes.

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The music festival will expand to two full weekends this year, with Radiohead, The Black Keys, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg among the headliners.

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Sumerian Records, known best for playing home to death metal acts The Faceless and Born of Osiris amongst many other metalcore bands, has posted the following statement online defending its recent signing of Israeli dubstep/hip-hop act Borgore following backlash from the online metal community.

“Dear Everybody,

There’s a difference between Sumerian Records the label and Sumerian Metal the movement. We have never set out to be a one dimensional label. When we sign a progressive metal band, you can count on them being fucking awesome. When we sign something out of your comfort zone, we can count on you to pay attention and you can count on us to keep you talking. From Meshuggah to Led Zeppelin, Tool to The Police, The Faceless to Dr. Dre, if we like it then we like it. Our passion knows no boundaries. Now go check out Enfold Darkness and Circle of Contempt as they deserve Sumerian Nation’s support. P.S. We just signed The Haarp Machine so we can get away with murder right now.”

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