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Ed Sheeran Shocks Fans By Purging His Twitter Account

Winter has come for Ed Sheeran‘s Twitter account. On Tuesday morning (July 18), fans were shocked by news reports that he’d completely deleted his profile. The good news? His departure was brief. His verified handle soon resurfaced. The bad news? The Divide singer appears to have deleted all tweets after April 4, 2015, along with resetting his followers. I didn’t ...

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Wonder Woman’s Kinky Origins Revealed In Professor Marston And The Wonder Woman

After 76 years, Wonder Woman gets not one but two films in one year. With Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman on track to become the biggest blockbuster of the summer, it’s time to dive into Wonder Woman’s kinky, queer origins in writer-director Angela Robinson’s Professor Marston and the Wonder Woman. You can watch the trailer for the film below: Created in ...

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John Foxx and the Maths – Evidence

When artists return to the fray after a long break, they are immediately forced to play their trump card. Devoted fans will pine for new material from a retired musician for an almost indefinite period of absence. But returning stars are only guaranteed treatment like the prodigal son for a finite amount of time. In short, comebacks can often unwittingly ...

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Karl Bartos – Off the Record

Karl Bartos, a member of Kraftwerk between 1975 and 1990, has long kept a “secret acoustic diary”. And it’s to these various notes he turned when the Bureau B label asked him to assemble this collection of previously unissued early recordings. Initially sceptical, Bartos gradually warmed to the concept. He had a wealth of material spanning 1975 to 1993, stored ...

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Jimi Hendrix – People, Hell and Angels

The battle for the soul and spirit of Jimi Hendrix continues undiminished. The problem with Jimi is that he never stopped making music – he left behind an estimated 1,500 hours of material when he died in September 1970. The irony is, of course, that Hendrix died so young – he didn’t even make it to 30 – that his ...

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Hurts – Exile

Things looked promising in 2010 for electro-pop fans when Hurts’ early singles, Wonderful Life and Better Than Love, easily matched the quality of their well-cut suits. Singer Theo Hutchcraft and keyboardist Adam Anderson arrived fully formed. But electro understatement was ultimately abandoned for theatrical ornamentations, with overblown ballads taking cues from Ultravox‘s Vienna rather than Tainted Love. But Exile oc… Latest Pop ...

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