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Ultimate Fall Guide: New music from Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Pearl Jam & Drake

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Article by Richard Devine May 22, 2012 It’s been a long time coming, but finally our friends in Australia and New Zealand can enjoy the Spotify service as it has launched down under. By now, Spotifyneeds no introduction, but it… Article by Richard Devine May 03, 2012 Reports have been floating around overnight that music streaming service,Rdio, has expanded its markets. According to various reports on Twitter the service has become available in the UK and … Article by Richard Devine Apr 25, 2012 Are you missing Zune and looking for a Microsoft flavored replacement? According toThe Verge, Microsoft will be announcing their new music service at E3 this year. Code named ‘Wood… Article by Richard Devine Apr 21, 2012 For me, Spotify is how I listen to probably 75% of any music at the moment. While the service — and for that matter price — is superb, the Android application has definitely been lacking. There ha… Article by Simon Sage Feb 06, 2012 Rdio, a big-name streaming music service (and my personal favourite out of the bunch), today updated their Android app with some significant changes. The last update was this summer, and simply opti… Article by Richard Devine Jan 29, 2012 Pure Music’s Spotify challenging subscription service has been on the horizon now for a couple of months. The service has now gone live, offering users in the UK unlimited music streaming for a … Article by Richard Devine Jan 05, 2012 TuneIn Radio was one of my most used apps of 2011, and it’s starting out 2012 strongly as they’ve today announced an update to both the free and pro versions of the app. The biggest f… Article by Richard Devine Oct 29, 2011 The reign of Spotify as music subscription of choice in the UK market may be about to face its toughest challenge yet, as premium radio manufacturer Pure is ready to launch it’s own service.

l Metallica, Through The Never. A soundtrack to the thrash bands new IMAX concert movie. l Cher, Closer to the Truth. The campy divas first new music in 12 years. l Sting, The Last Ship. Stings first CD of original songs in a decade, the disc doubles as a tease for an upcoming Broadway musical based on the stars childhood. l Drake, Nothing Was the Same. The Canadian rapper-singer says his third release will recall the music of his youth. l Icona Pop, This Is… The debut CD from the Swedes who had one of the great transgressive singles of the last year: I Dont Care. Sept. 30th: l Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience 2. The sequel to J.T.s pop-soul smash from earlier this year. Oct. 8th: l Amos Lee, Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song. The latest from acoustic-soul mainstay. Larry Busacca/WireImage Justin Timberlake performs during the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center. J.T. will hit Barclays Center in Brooklyn this fall. l Miley Cyrus, Bangerz. The first grown-up album from the one-time Hannah Montana will also be her first to get a parental advisory sticker. Lets just hope it shows better taste than Miley did on her tacky V.M.A. turn.