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Today, rolling out music started a new series called “New Sounds.” New Sounds will feature new and up-and-coming artists. Today we highlight Royal, an alternative duo whose sound is a blend of rock, hip-hop, and other genres. They discuss their self-titled EP.

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Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival kicks off today at Empire Polo Field in Indio, California. The West Coast’s largest music festival began as a one day event and is now a three-day festival that occurs over two consecutive weeks. Here are eight must-see events at Coachella 2015: Drake  Drake will close out the festival on…

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Malina Moye has become a sensation. The beautiful singer-guitarist from a musical family is currently shining on the 2014 Experience Hendrix Tour and is prepping her debut album, Rock & Roll Baby, for release later this year. She’s also an ambassador for HRH Prince Charles’ Prince’s Trust and donated her single “Hustler’s Blues” to the Wilberforce…

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Black Astronauts is a weekly podcast that talks life, relationships, politics and random humor Meet Kai Love, Aaron Bee, Can, Rock, Letitia, Fiq, CJ and Polo – the newest voices in Internet talk radio. These personalities are on a mission “to provide a comical, intellectual and realistic perspective on urban culture that cannot be found on mainstream radio.” Why’d they choose the name…

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Gary Clark, Jr. gave a lesson on the essence of blues and rock & roll during a performance at The Tabernacle in Atlanta. With his guitar and band in tow, the Austin-bred musician performed songs from his latest album Blak and Blu. Similar to a new age Jimi Hendrix, he performed “Bright Lights,” “Glitter Ain’t…

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It’s obvious that a new artist is on his way to super stardom when his legendary musical peers are fans of his work. Usher, Shawty Lo and former Three Six Mafia affiliate Gangsta Boo showed the utmost respect to Brooklyn native Theophilus London by attending his free concert in Atlanta. Produced by Nokia to celebrate the…

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