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Release Date: April 8th, 2016 via Reprise Records

Deftones have released their long awaited follow up to 2012’s Koi No Yokan… 715 more words


James Blunt enlists Camille Purcell, Steve Mac for fifth album

James Blunt has enlisted Camille Purcell and Steve Mac for his next album.

Mac is known for producing singles performed by Little Mix (“Love Me Like You”), Ella Henderson (“Glow”), Jess Glynne (“Take Me Home”), Birdy (“Keeping Your Head Up”) and Jasmine Thompson (“Adore”). 106 more words

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Charlie Puth drafts Ilsey Juber, Eskeerdo, Toby Gad for sophomore album

Charlie Puth has started work on his upcoming sophomore album.

“New album with @ilsey @eskeerdo and @tobygadmusic,” the singer-songwriter-record producer posted to his Instagram account. 190 more words


Musical Company Rivals Said To Seek EU Action On Sale Of Sony's Buyout Of Michael Jackson's Catalogue

Sony Corp.’s planned purchase of the late Michael Jackson’s stake in a heavyweight music-publishing business is drawing opposition from rival music companies asking European regulators to intervene, according to people familiar with the matter. 689 more words

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Jasmine Thompson drafts Stephan Moccio for debut album

Jasmine Thompson has drafted Stephan Moccio for her upcoming debut album.

The Canadian hitmaker is responsible for helming Celine Dion’s “A New Day Has Come” , Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” , The Weeknd’s “Earned It” and Seal’s “Daylight Saving” . 90 more words


James Blunt drafts Sam Romans for new album

James Blunt has drafted Sam Romans for his upcoming fifth album.

Recent songwriting and / or production credits by Romans include AlunaGeorge’s “I’m in Control” , Birdy’s “Growing Pains” and Lapsley’s “Love is Blind” . 85 more words


Kylie Minogue enlists Bonnie McKee for new album

Kylie Minogue has enlisted Bonnie McKee for her upcoming album.

McKee recently co-wrote “Up All Night” for Charlie Puth along with Giorgio Tuinfort and Thomas Troelsen. 132 more words