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The long-gestating Beastie Boys memoir is expected to be released this year. In an interview with Matt Wilkinson on Beats 1 (via Pitchfork), Mike D announced that the as-yet untitled tome

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One of Keith Urban's earliest showcases in Nashville took place at the Exit/In, a beloved rock club northwest of downtown that has been operating for more than 40 years. By his recollection, Urban's performance didn't go so well: former Capitol Records boss Jimmy Bowen was there long enough to hear part of one song before heading for the door.

"In Jimmy's defense, I think I was a long

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The Decemberists have announced their new album, I'll Be Your Girl. The follow-up to 2015's What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, their eighth studio LP will be released on March 16th via Capitol.

Having been together for 17 years, Colin Meloy said that the group aimed to get

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Welcome to Daily Glixel, the B side of video game news, where we roundup some of the day's other top stories. It's usually hard for me to return to a game months after I've stopped playing. There's no shortage of new and interesting things to play. But, I've recently fallen down the Overwatch rabbit hole again. Twenty-one hours later on a new platform and I'm ready to do competitive

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Nintendo today unveiled the Nintendo Labo, an initiative that allows Switch owners to use homemade cardboard accessories to turn their JoyCon controllers into a variety of accessories - from robot suits to fishing rods, pianos and little cars. Nintendo Labo launches on April 20th with two kits: the Variety Kit and the Robot Kit for $70 to $80.

Nintendo calls Labo a "new line

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A former bassist of the punk group the Ataris was arrested in late December for his role in a $27 million real estate scam.

News of Michael Davenport's arrest spread this week ahead of the bassist's scheduled court date Wednesday. Davenport and his partner Cynthia Rawlinson were arrested on charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, five counts of wire fraud and one count of

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Epic Games' free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game Paragon has struggled to achieve mainstream success since its launch in 2016 – and another Epic Games project might be to blame.

A developer from Epic Games addressed Paragon's uncertain future in a

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Michael Wolff's explosive account of the Trump White House, Fire and Fury, will soon be a television series.

Endeavor Content purchased the book's rights for seven figures, the Hollywood Reporter reports. The series will focus on the

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The violent, shocking murder of legendary Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace at his home in Miami Beach, Florida, in July 1997 remains one of the most mysterious crimes of the decade. Known for his mastery of skintight fabrics, cleavage-enhancing silhouettes and dangerously high-cut slits, to be dressed in one of Versace's creations was a milestone for any would-be bombshell of the era.

This article originally appeared on 'Assassination of Gianni Versace': Real Story of Killer Andrew Cunanan, Designer

The UFC Heavyweight division embarks on arguably its most intriguing chapter on Saturday at UFC 220. Perhaps the most anticipated title fight since the days of Brock Lesnar takes place when reigning UFC Heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic puts his gold on the line against destructive challenger Francis Ngannou.

Over the years, the weight class which hosts the UFC's largest athletes has

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Ellen Pompeo is officially the highest-paid woman on television, reeling in $20 million a year, but the actress reveals in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter that getting to this point was hard-fought.

"I'm 48 now, so I've finally gotten to the place where I'm OK asking for what I deserve, which is something that comes only with age," she

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Justin Timberlake, who will headline the Super Bowl Half Time Show on February 4th, spoke with Beats 1 host Zane Lowe about returning to the program after his

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Earlier this week, the body of Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan was found in a London hotel room. While police have yet to establish a cause of death for the 46-year-old musician, her bandmates and family have been absorbing it all and requesting

This article originally appeared on Dolores O'Riordan: Cranberries' Noel Hogan Talks Singer's Life and Legacy

Although he's closely associated with Texas, Steve Earle, who fused traditional country with raw rock & roll on his 1986 debut LP Guitar Town, was born January 17th, 1955 – 63 years ago today – in Fort

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Dierks Bentley has unveiled a new single titled "Woman Amen," a heartfelt romantic anthem that serves as the first taste of his upcoming ninth studio album, The Mountain.

Written by Bentley with frequent collaborators Josh Kear and Ross Copperman, the midtempo track features bright, ringing guitars and vocals that as if shouted from a hilltop, while a rolling drumbeat embodies an

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For a brief moment last week, Donald Trump sparked hope. The president who touts himself as a master dealmaker quietly encouraged Republican Senator Lindsey Graham to do more than pursue a bipartisan fix for the 800,000 undocumented Dreamers who could face deportation with the expiration of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. "You are not that far away from comprehensive

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Jimmy Kimmel has nothing but fond memories of that one time when he and Kanye West were locked in a headline-making, no-holds-barred Twitter feud back in 2013.

In a new interview with GQ for the magazine's

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A new "big-budget" Fable game is in development, Eurogamer reports. Microsoft, reported as publisher for the new project, hasn't confirmed anything officially as of yet. 

Citing multiple sources, Eurogamer reports that Playground, the developer behind the Forza

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Producer Jerry Bruckheimer thinks big, and his war movies can range from noisy idiocy (Pearl Harbor) to near brilliant (Black Hawk Down). Luckily, 12 Strong sees the value in substance as well as spectacle. Based on Doug Stanton's 2009 bestseller, Horse Soldiers: The Extraordinary Story of a Band of U.S. Soldiers Who Rod to Victory in Afghanistan, this rough-hewn

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Margo Price is getting ready to kick off her Nowhere Fast Tour this week in Kentucky, and as she counts down the hours to her first show of 2018 she's released a pair of new recordings for Spotify Singles, including a cover of Bob Dylan's "Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine."

Released in 1966 on Dylan's landmark double LP Blonde on Blonde, which was recorded in Nashville

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