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Justin Timberlake's New Music Will Lean Heavily on Black Artists, Again

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Our Guide to Navigating Melbourne Music Week 2019

MMW festival is turning 10 and there's a tonne to see and do. Here's where you'll find us.


Nickelback Downloads Shot Up by 569% After President Trump's 'Photograph' Tweet

The song's recent and unexpected political appearance has caused a rise in both streams and downloads.


Pusha T's 'Succession' Remix Should Be the Show's New Theme

But does Kendall get a verse?


EDM Is Now the Biggest Genre in Asia, but Being a DJ Is Still Difficult for Women Like Me

As a woman, no matter how talented you are, you will be doubted.


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Bored with buttoned-up, EDM-blasting superclubs, UNKNWN Manila’s DJs hold random parties in the most unexpected of places.


Good Luck Seeing All the Shows on Your List at Melbourne Music Week 2019

The festival turns 10 this year and it's going to be a party.


WATCH: Tasman Keith Raps About Life, Death, and Aboriginal Identity

We visited Tasman at his home in Bowraville to learn how he's working to uplift the area's Indigenous identity.


Watch Phoebe Bridgers and Matt Berninger Duet in 'Between Two Ferns'

It's the strangest—and most welcome—cameo in a film overflowing with cameos.


How Musicians Re-Adjust to Public Life After Time in Prison

The headlines pass, and critics move on, but artists like Blackpool grime's Afghan Dan have to navigate life anew in the public eye.


How Diana Ross, a Pasty, and a Public Boob Pat Enshrined Lil' Kim as a Legend

Twenty years ago today and long before Instagram, Diana Ross did the original double-tap on Lil' Kim's left breast.


Southeast Asian Experimental Music Is Growing Overground

As regional artists increasingly come together, more than ever, experimental music is about rebuilding connections - to other humans, and to our histories.