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In light of recent events involving Tiger Woods and his ‘heroic’ golf club brandishing wife here is a makeshift video of an April Stevens song
Marilyn Monroe who has covered the April Stevens track may have once smoked marijuana according to this BBC story Marilyn Monroe story
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Kid Cudi Man On The Moon

New album reviews of Q-Tip, Kid Cudi and Arctic Monkeys.

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We’ve been looking forward to Amerie coming back to claim her rightful place in R&B for awhile now. Her new album ‘In Love & War’ is due out in November and is scheduled to feature guests such as Trey Songz and Fabolous. The album also features a Cool & Dre produced song as well as a Jim Jonsin (Sweet Dreams, Whatever You Like, Kiss Me Thru The Phone) assisted cut that we’re looking forward to most of all.

The video below was directed by Anthony Madler who has directed videos for T.I, The Killers and Jay-Z as well as pretty much every good Rihanna video. The song was produced by Eric Hudson and Sean Garrett.

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Lucy, Mickey, and Karl from The Drab Doo-Riffs on stage at Mighty Mighty.

Lucy, Mickey, and Karl from The Drab Doo-Riffs on stage at Mighty Mighty.

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Here’s the new single from the indie/folk supergroup consisting of Conor Oberst, Jim James, M.Ward and Mike Mogis. If you’re so inclined, then after you’ve watched the video you can head along to the Conor Oberst quotes Twitter page. What’s the deal? One Conor quote a day and sometimes pictures too! Follow only if you must.

Illegal Downloading – In a battle that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere truly worthwhile, Radiohead, Keane and Blur have come out in strong support of the ‘three strikes’ rule against illegal downloading in the UK. The rule will see users bandwidth sanctioned after three warnings if they continue to download music illegally. A message on the Feature Artists Coalition website said, “Our meeting voted overwhelmingly to support a three-strike sanction on those who persistently download illegal files, sanctions to consist of a warning letter, a stronger warning letter and a final sanction of the restriction of the infringer’s bandwidth to a level which would render file-sharing of media files impractical while leaving basic email and web access functional.” It still seems like there could be a lot of loopholes here, e.g. moving onto a new internet provider, obviously not wanting to pay for something that you cannot use, downloading at free internet spots, the fact that this is coming from three bands who aren’t as affected by illegal downloading as other musicians etc. More as it unfolds, I guess. [NME]

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