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Apple Music Festival Is No Longer, After a 10 Year Run

The much-loved event saw memorable gigs by acts from Britney Spears to Elton John.
Lauren O'Neill

How to Watch ‘Game of Thrones’ Legally in Canada

Your options are VERY limited.
Sarah Hagi
Holy Shit

Aaliyah’s Greatest Hits Have Mysteriously Appeared on Apple Music and iTunes

Join me in forming a prayer circle and streaming “More Than a Woman” repeatedly for three hours.
Lauren O'Neill

We Talked to Podcasters 'Uhh Yeah Dude' About Why It’s Better to be Happy Than Rich

No guests, no ads, no themes, no gimmicks—how could this not succeed?
Jess Carroll

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, George Zimmerman is selling the gun he used to shoot Trayvon Martin, Brazil's president faces an impeachment trial, a supersonic train completes its first public test, and more.
VICE Staff
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'808,' a New Doc on the Iconic Kick Drum, Scheduled For Exclusive Spring Release

Featuring interviews with Diplo, Afrika Bambaataa, Pharrell Williams and more, the documentary will be released exclusively on iTunes and Apple Music.
Britt Julious
Noisey Blog

Sony Music CEO: Apple to Unveil Its Streaming Service Tomorrow

Big news is set to drop at tomorrow's Apple Worldwide Developer's Conference.
Noisey Staff
Holy Shit

Jamie xx's 'In Colour' Is Streaming in a Wild Visual

Your day just got better.
John Hill
Breaking News

WAKE UP! Kendrick Lamar Just Dropped His New Album 'To Pimp A Butterfly' on iTunes

Listen to one of 2015's most anticipated albums on Spotify.
Noisey Staff
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The Noisey Guide to the Apple Watch for Real Music Fans

Apple is back with its most innovative product yet, but what does that mean if you want to listen to some Steely Dan?
Dan Ozzi
Kyle Kramer
Woah, Dude!

Bitch, She's Madonna: Six New Songs from Madge's Upcoming Album Have Just Popped Up on iTunes

On March 10, the pop icon will release a new album, 'Rebel Heart,' that includes a collaboration with Nicki Minaj.
Noisey Staff
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Apple Pulls White Power Music From iTunes; Why Haven’t Google and Amazon Done the Same?

The Southern Poverty Law Center's ongoing investigation got one music retail giant to make a change, but what about the others?
Noisey Staff