31 August, 2014 - Yahoo.com
French-Israeli double act Lilly Wood burst into the British singles chart on Sunday, outselling U.S. German DJ Robin Schulz remixed Lilly Wood's folky track "Prayer in C" for a re-release, propelling it to the top of charts across Europe. "Maps", the lead single from Maroon 5's upcoming album, charted in second place to push last week's number one "Lovers on the Sun" by David Guetta into third spot. Taylor Swift's "Shake it Off" held onto fourth place while "Am I Wrong" by Nico and Vinz completed the top five.
31 August, 2014 - Billboard.com
Joan Rivers' daughter says loved ones are hopeful about the comedian's condition as she remains hospitalized three days after going into cardiac...
31 August, 2014 - Billboard.com
Now in its third year, Budweiser Made in America got off to an auspicious, business-as-usual start in Philadelphia on Saturday (Aug. 30), featuring...
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
On the next episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" there will be some footage of the rehearsal for Kim and Kanye's wedding—watch a teaser now!
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
This is the first time we've had an uncensored glimpse into the singer's early days as a performer on the road.
31 August, 2014 - RollingStone.com
There was a scary incident at Chicago's North Coast Music Festival on August 30 as Kid Cudi collapsed during his hour-long set. Crowd-shot video from the concert shows Cudi in the photo pit while performing his hit "Pursuit of Happiness," Consequence of Sound writes. After high-fiving fans and signing some autographs, at around the one-minute mark in the video, the rapper suddenly loses consciousness and begins to fall backwards. Thankfully, alert security guards manage to catch Cudi before he hits the ground and quickly band together to carry the rapper out of the photo pit. Rock the Bells: Behind the Scenes While there was immediate confusion among the crowd, in a series of tweets following the performance, the rapper assured fans he was okay. "I'm ok!! Blessed to have fans who actually give a fuck about me," Cudi tweeted. "Mad love to the security who were there and helped me out tonight. Really awesome dudes! Thanx for nursing me back to health ha. Ill do a better and make sure to eat properly on show days :) scouts honor! I love you Chicago. Don't you forget that shit. Ever. If I scared anyone tonight I am so so sorry from the bottom of my heart." The rapper doesn't have any gigs scheduled until his September 27 slot at Outkast's ATLast Festival in Atlanta, so he should have plenty of time to recover from the collapse. Cudi had been on the road in support of his most recent album Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon, his first LP since parting ways with Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music. Related Kid Cudi to Make Film Debut With Aaron Paul Kid Cudi Opens Up On College Tour Kid Cudi Releases Surprise New Album, 'Satellite Flight'
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam cleared waivers at noon ET today after being cut by the team yesterday.
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
Miley Cyrus points to Elvis as the originator of twerking and well, she might be onto something.
31 August, 2014 - Billboard.com
Courtney Love is hard at work on her upcoming memoir, The Girl With the Most Cake, but the writing process hasn’t been easy, the singer said in a...
31 August, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Kanye West is accomplishing an impressive feat this Labor Day weekend, headlining two Made in America festivals on different coasts. On August 30, he performed at the Philadelphia fest before heading to Los Angeles for the August 31 event. The Made in America concerts are among the last U.S. dates on the Yeezus tour, but if you missed Kanye's divisive headlining concerts this summer, you can now watch the full performance from Made in America festival in Philadelphia (via Mr. World Premiere). 11 Reasons Kanye West's 'Yeezus' Tour Is Actually Incredible Depending on which festivalgoer you asked this summer at Bonnaroo, where the rapper also headlined, West was either a highlight of the fest or maddeningly disappointing. Because West opts not to use the large LCD screens to broadcast his set to the large crowds, preferring instead to rap in silhouette in front of a giant screen, the quality of his performance depends on the location of an audience member, so West often leaves his concertgoer either riveted or infuriated. Perhaps that's why this video from the Made in America festival is the best way to watch Kanye live: We see in keen detail the magnitude of his bare bones concerts and the energy the rapper brings to each performance. Among the many highlights in his career-spanning 90-minute Made in America set are the intense "Black Skinhead," a double dose of "Blood on the Leaves," and a extra-long rendition of "Runaway," which Kanye uses as a vessel to pontificate about life, his marriage to Kim Kardashian, and his place in music history. "What's the main reason why they say that Kanye's not a good guy," West sings during "Runaway," "Because the only thing I do is tell the truth, and if I tell the truth, I'm not a good guy, so what they tell you the rest of the time is all lies." Kanye will continue to head west following the Los Angeles Made in America gig for the Yeezus tour's Australian leg, which was initially postponed so West could work on the follow-up to Yeezus. After that, the rapper has one last concert scheduled October 24 at Las Vegas' Life Is Beautiful festival. Related Kanye West Details New Album, Why He Got Married Hear Kanye West's New Track 'All Day' David Lynch Opted Out of Kanye West's 'Blood' Video
31 August, 2014 - Billboard.com
Rapper Kid Cudi collapsed during his headlining set at the North Coast Music Festival in Chicago’s Union Park on Saturday (Aug. 30) night. While...
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
Visual effects company Rodeo FX released a behind-the-scenes look at the making of 'Game of Thrones' season 4's incredible backdrops.
31 August, 2014 - Billboard.com
In 2013, Made In America in Philadelphia was an absolute triumph, a well-run two-day event featuring Beyonce, Deadmau5, Calvin Harris and more. A...
31 August, 2014 - RollingStone.com
For much of the early 2000s, Billy Corgan had trouble embracing his legacy as a grunge god: The Smashing Pumpkins frontman regularly railed against his own fans, tangled with the press and made no secret of his disdain for trotting out his old band's biggest hits. But in making 2012's Oceania, his views began to shift. "Something's happening," he told Rolling Stone at the time. "I've played a lot of shows and you know when it's going up and you know when it's going down and you know when it's going nowhere. It's definitely going up." 100 Greatest Singers It was with this rejuvenated, lively spirit that the 47-year-old singer played a rare Saturday evening solo show at the Ravinia Festival in the leafy Chicago suburb of Highland Park – his only scheduled gig of 2014. Wearing a blazer and occasionally accompanied by Pumpkins' guitarist Jeff Schroeder – Corgan crossed his career with a 27-song set that included songs from Zwan, his solo years and that band he played in with Jeff. Corgan, his voice solidly preserved, debuted a piano tribute to Chicago at the outset of the evening. Popular Siamese Dream fare like "Today" and "Disarm" were both re-imagined as gentle, tempered acoustic charmers, and Corgan solo records such as the arpeggio-laden "Prairie Song" and the Future Embrace cut "Now (And Then)" were played for the first time since 2005. Likewise, the thrashing Machina/The Machines of Gods cut "The Crying Tree of Mercury" was brought out for the first time since 1999, and "Burnt Orange Black," a fiery new solo track featuring a rare (and tasteful) guitar solo, had never been played at all. The night's unquestioned centerpiece, though, was a nine-song suite dedicated exclusively to the Pumpkins' 1995 Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. This portion of the show included never-before-performed Mellon Collie outtake "Methusela" – the ode to his father, Corgan explained, was once too personal to even demo for producers Alan Moulder and Flood – and reserved yet emotionally jarring acoustic takes on "Muzzle" and "Galapagos" and "Tonight Tonight." The gorgeous "1979," boosted by a backing drum track, felt tinny and flat by comparison  "You guys are too kind," Corgan told the crowd several times throughout the night, brimming with satisfaction and delight. For a man who moped his way through much of the Nineties and once seemed at risk of fading entirely from the spotlight, one couldn't help but appreciate Corgan's magnificent smile. Related Billy Corgan Looks Back on the Smashing Pumpkins' 'Mellon Collie' Hear Diddy's Unreleased Smashing Pumpkins Remix Readers' Poll: The 10 Greatest Music Videos of the 1990s
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
This Season 5 "Downton Abbey" trailer raises a lot of questions and shakes things up with some new romance and new rules.
31 August, 2014 - MSN.com
3 convicted in rapper slaying outside suburban Atlanta hospital; Lil Phat's child just born
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
A story about how I shot my favorite artist from the front row of his Made In America show, despite knowing absolutely nothing about concert photography,
31 August, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Arcade Fire wrapped up the final North American leg of their Reflektor tour – and with it, those well curated geographically themed cover songs for nearly every stop – with a hometown gig at Montreal, Quebec's Parc Jean-Drapeau on August 30. With a multitude of great Montreal artists to choose from -- Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Grimes, Voivod and even Of Montreal if they wanted to go that route – Arcade Fire settled on one of Win Butler's personal favorites, Wolf Parade. Go Inside Arcade Fire's 'Reflektor' Tour By performing Wolf Parade's "I'll Believe in Anything," Arcade Fire brought a sense of closure to their nearly yearlong trek. Both groups came up together in the Montreal music scene nearly a decade ago, and Win Butler and co. brought Wolf Parade on tour with them in the Funeral era. Wolf Parade drummer Arlen Thompson also played drums on the studio version of Arcade Fire's "Wake Up." The Montreal band went on "indefinite hiatus" in 2011, but both leading members – Spencer Krug and Dan Boeckner – continue to release music with Moonface and Divine Fits, respectively. In addition to the raucous singalong of the Apologies to the Queen Mary track, the fake band that pantomimes before Arcade Fire return for the encore also "performed" the work of another Quebec legend, Celine Dion. Arcade Fire's tour in support of Reflektor started nearly a year ago with secret gigs in small Montreal salsa clubs. In 2014 alone the band played nearly 80 concerts, including two North American legs and headlining slots at a handful of music festivals. Finally, the tour date page of their official site is empty, but they leave us with a massive amount of covers from this trek. Check out the complete list of regional cover songs from this leg of the Arcade Fire tour: July 30: Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Hey Tonight" in Mountain View, CA July 1: Jane's Addiction's "Been Caught Stealing" in Englewood, CA July 2: Harold Faltmeyer's "Axel F" (Beverly Hills Cop theme) in Englewood, CA August 5: Dead Kennedys' "California Über Alles" in Chula Vista, CA August 8: Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" tease in George, WA August 10: Huey Lewis and the News' "Back in Time" in Vancouver, BC August 12: Feist's "I Feel It All" in Calgary, AB August 14: Neil Young's "Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown" in Winnipeg, MB August 17: Fugazi's "Waiting Room" in Washington D.C. August 19: Pixies' "Alec Eiffel" in Mansfield, MA August 22: Buster Poindexter's "Hot Hot Hot" (with David Johansen) in Brooklyn, NY August 23: Ramones' "I Don’t Wanna Go Down to the Basement" and "I Wanna Be Sedated" with Marky Ramone in Brooklyn, NY August 24: Suicide's "Dream Baby Dream" with David Byrne in Brooklyn, NY August 26: Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?" in Chicago, IL August 27: The Staples Singers' "This May Be the Last Time" and the Rolling Stones' "The Last Time" with Mavis Staples in Chicago, IL August 29: Ronnie Hawkins' "Who Do You Love?" in Toronto, ON August 30: Wolf Parade's "I'll Believe In Anything" in Montreal, QC Related Arcade Fire Drop Surprise New Video Metallica, Arcade Fire Reps Rip NFL’s Pay-for-Play Plan Arcade Fire, Bon Iver to Play Charity Basketball Game
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
Summer is over, so let's look back at the movies that made it great.
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
The Miami Heat shooting guard and "Being Mary Jane" actress were married in an intimate ceremony at Miami's Chateau Artisan.
31 August, 2014 - MTV.com
Kanye West brings hits and his thoughts on the VMAs to the Made in America Festival.
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