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'David Bowie Five Years 1969-1973' Set Available in Sept.

By EDGE | Jul 28
Parlophone Records is proud to announce "David Bowie Five Years 1969 - 1973," the first in a series of boxed sets spanning David Bowie's career, to be released September 25.

Watch: Lost Footage from Madonna's 'Vogue' Video Surfaces

By EDGE | Jul 27
Madonna fans got a rare gift this weekend when lost footage from the video of her 1990 chart-topper "Vogue" surfaced.

2015 Music Roundup: 5 Records You Need to Hear Right Now

By Jason St. Amand | Jul 25
Here are five under-the-radar-records released this year that you need to listen to immediately.

Big Dipper: 'Bear is the New Drag'

By Jim Gladstone | Jul 25
"Where drag queens were before RuPaul's show came on the air, that's where bears are now," says Big Dipper, the ursine Brooklyn-based rapper.

A Great Big World Debuts New Single 'Hold Each Other'

By EDGE | Jul 24
Grammy Award®-winning duo A Great Big World who made music history with their mega-platinum #1 global hit "Say Something" (with Christina Aguilera), return this week with a brand new single on Epic Records, "Hold Each Other." Watch it here.

Team HeartBreak Follows Up Their Breakout Hit

By EDGE | Jul 23
The fun-loving bro bud duo known as Team HeartBreak returns with the wildest party anthem of the summer -- "Boys Just Wanna Have Fun." Watch it here.

Miley Cyrus to Host MTV Video Music Awards

Jul 21
Miley Cyrus is twerking back to the MTV Video Music Awards as the show's host.

Icona Pop Premieres a Brand New Track, 'First Time'

By EDGE | Jul 21
Chart-topping duo Icona Pop premiered a brand new track titled "First Time" via Pitchfork.com.

Watch: The Video for RØMANS' Single 'Uh Huh'

By EDGE | Jul 21
The video for RØMANS' single "Uh Huh" premiered this week at Complex which praises, "'Uh Huh' is plainly and clearly a snappy, well-considered piece of pop music with an infectious hook that can't be underestimated.

Apple Music has Everything, Perhaps Too Much

By Ryan Nakashima | Jul 20
Apple's new music service is a valiant effort to catch up in the emerging business of offering unlimited music on demand for a monthly price. It does so while acknowledging the legacy of iTunes, the world's most popular store for buying individual songs.

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