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How Apple kept its iPhone secrets


One of the most astonishing things about the new Apple iPhone, introduced yesterday by Steve Jobs at the annual Macworld trade show, is how Apple managed to keep it a secret for nearly two-and-a-half years of development while working with partners like Cingular, Yahoo and Google. The iPhone, which won’t be available in the United States until June, represents a close development partnership with America’s largest wireless phone company (Cingular, now a part of AT&T, has 58 million subscribers), the world’s largest e-mail service (Yahoo has a quarter-billion subscribers worldwide), and the world’s dominant search company. Although speculation was rampant… Read more »

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Secrets For Creating A Buzz To Be Unveiled To Record Labels


Record labels interested in learning the secrets for creating a buzz on the Internet should plan to attend one of MP3.com’s upcoming free “Promote Your Music” events. The events on February 8 and 22 will take place at company headquarters in San Diego from 11:30 AM until 1:00 PM. To register for either event, visit www.mp3.com/events. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how to unleash the power of the Internet in efforts to generate additional money on top of existing CD sales, capture the largest audience possible, maximize back catalog sales, and obtain free promotion online. “We are excited… Read more »

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Vienna Vienna Shares A Single Perfect For Yearners, “Fuck Me”


Vienna Vienna is a hidden gem in the alternative world who is sure to break through and shine on your playlists and beyond. Today, the artist launched a new single that truly encompasses what it means to crave another person entitled, “Fuck Me.” Read more: illuminati hotties Launch ‘POWER’ LP With New Single “Didn’t” Featuring Cavetown The release comes with an official live music video showcasing Vienna Vienna in their raw, unfiltered glory. “Call me anxious, just call me when you want/Show me how to feel through all the numb/I just wanna tell you all my secrets in the echoes/I… Read more »

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Pool Kids, Queen Of Jeans, More Added To No Earbuds Fest Lineup


In celebration of five years of No Earbuds, the music PR firm run by industry veteran Jamie Coletta, the inaugural No Earbuds Fest is on its way. The day-long punk music-lovers dream show takes place on June 15 at Pomona, California’s The Glasshouse. Early in the spring, No Earbuds released their first wave of artists, which included Glass Beach, We Are The Union, Jhariah, Dollar Signs, Teens In Trouble, J.R. Slayer, and La Fonda. Today, the full No Earbuds Fest lineup finally dropped. Pool Kids are also set to headline along with performances from Queen Of Jeans, talker, Grave Secrets,… Read more »

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The Starting Line Thanks Taylor Swift For “The Black Dog” Name-Drop


On Friday, April 19, Taylor Swift fans were treated to a surprise double album as the “Anti-Hero” singer released The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology. Across the 31 tracks, Swift name-drops many artists including Charlie Puth, Stevie Nicks, and even herself. Believed to be a song about her previous relationship with The 1975‘s Matty Healy, she also mentions pop-punk legends The Startling Line in her track, “The Black Dog.” In a recent post, the band reacted to being named on the album. They said, “Dear Taylor, We heard the song, thank you for name checking our band. We feel flattered… Read more »

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JT & Kasey Hodges


Hello everyone, welcome to Season 2! We’re starting this season by exploring relationships on the road. Our special guests are country star and actor JT Hodges, his wife and entrepreneur Kasey Hodges, our friends of over 20 years. Together for two decades, the Hodges have captivated global audiences and built a life filled with love and partnership. Join us as we uncover the secrets to their successful relationship and how they navigate life’s challenges together.

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Taylor Swift Name Drops The Starting Line On “The Black Dog”


It’s no secret that Taylor Swift has always had an affinity for the scene. This has been evident through her captivating performance over a decade ago of “That’s What You Get” alongside Paramore, her collaboration “Two Is Better Than One” with Boys Like Girls, and her confession that Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz is one of her favorite lyricists. Taylor may be for the girly pops, but she’s never shied away from winking at elder emos. Read more: 9 Best Taylor Swift Covers From Alternative Stars Now, as Swifties worldwide are, no pun intended, swiftly dissecting every line of her… Read more »

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Teenage Joans Launch Indie Horror Film Inspired By Debut Album


After captivating listeners with their debut album, released on October 13 last year, Australian darlings Teenage Joans has launched an indie horror film inspired by their record, welcome, The Rot That Grows Inside My Chest (The Film). Directed by Jamie Al Kayyali, the short film, which runs just over 20 minutes, was completed self-funded and written by the duo. In the enchanting world of Rotland, Cahli Blakers and Tahlia Borg—portraying themselves—embark on a whimsical yet cautionary journey, with hues of red and purple painting the landscape. The adventure unfolds in Chapter 1: Superglue, where an advertisement for candy apple pills… Read more »

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New Years Day Unleashes Fierce New Single, “Half Black Heart”


Following the release of their singles “Hurts Like Hell” in 2022, as well as “Vampyre” and “Secrets” in 2023, and the recent drop of “I Still Believe” at the top of 2024, New Years Day is back with a tantalizing glimpse into their forthcoming fifth studio album, Half Black Heart. Today, the group has unleashed the titular track, a powerful soundscape enriched by an infusion of guitar and drum-heavy industrial instrumentation. Frontwoman Ash Costello‘s unmistakable talent ignites the new song ablaze, delivering a scorching performance that grips listeners as she utters the opening lines, “Who died and made you king?/Who… Read more »

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The Home Team Don’t Mean To “Brag” In New Single


If you ask us, The Home Team has a lot to “Brag’ about on their infectious new single, arriving via Thriller Records. Following the group’s heady success of their irresistible 2023 single “Loud,” “Brag” is a sugary-sweet, pop-infused, guitar-heavy earworm. From the catchy-as-hell introductory guitar chords to vocalist Brian Butcher’s enthralling delivery, we’re already clearing out space next to “Loud” for this track to live rent-free in our heads. The sheer addictiveness of the track’s pre-chorus, “I’m so sorry, I’ve been naughty/I’ve been keeping secrets/Something you’d know nothin’ about,” begs the question: who gave The Home Team the right to… Read more »

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