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DepecheMod-Barcelona-101416.jpg Depeche Mode have pushed back against claims that they are the "official band of the alt-right movement." The claims came from Richard Spencer, the neo-Nazi sympathizer who rose to notoriety after being punched in a viral gif.

MarenMorris-121216.jpg Maren Morris has shared her thoughts on the role of women in today's music scene. "In a world where girls are a lot of times pit against each other, I have to say, 'HELL no.' Good music is coming back, girls AND boys," she wrote on social media. "Very proud to be apart of a historic time when women are bringing music back to our point of view, which it turns out isn't that different."

clapton-070916.jpg A Ferrari once owned by Eric Clapton is set to hit the auction block in March. The car, a 1968 Ferrari Dino, is one of just several such classic sports cars owned by Slow Hand and is expected to take in record high bids next month.

jhene-081716.jpg 6lack had some star power join him on his newest single, "First F**k." Jhené Aiko joins the Atlanta crooner with some sultry backups of her own. The new collaboration is a slow groove with a sensual tone. 6lack sings, "Got me pulling on your hair/ I'ma make it mine for the night." Then Aiko retorts, "I bet you'll love me more after the first f**k."

Alexclare-022317.jpg Alex Clare has released a new video for his track "You'll Be Fine," taken off of his album Tail of Lions, which was released on January 20 via ETC Recordings/Red Distribution.

samhunt-081716.jpg Sam Hunt made a surprising announcement to several reporters. Hunt announced that he and his fiancée would be getting married sooner rather than later.

pinkfloyd-062916.jpg Roger Waters has added 11 dates to his previously announced tour. The run, named the Us + Them North American Tour, is set to kick off May 26 in Kansas City and wrap up on Oct. 28 in Vancouver. The run will come in support of Waters' forthcoming new effort Is This The Life We Really Want?

MaryJBlige-062416.jpg Mary J. Blige had the honor of revealing the headliners for this year's upcoming Essence Festival. The announcement includes a power-packed list of female headliners this year including Chaka Khan, Jill Scott, Jazmine Sullivan, Monica and Lalah Hathaway.

Image01-113015.jpg Sinead O'Connor has issued a long overdue apology to Arsenio Hall for famously accusing the late night talk show host of being the one to supply Prince with drugs.

Nelly-041315.jpg Nelly has confirmed a new string of tour dates supporting country act Florida Georgia Line. The run is set to kick off on June 2 in Austin, Texas and will wrap with two shows in Alpharetta, Ga., on Oct. 20 and 21.

FGL-062716.jpg Florida Georgia Line has confirmed a new string of tour dates with support from Chris Lane and Nelly. The run is set to kick off on June 2 in Austin, Texas and will wrap with two shows in Alpharetta, Ga., on Oct. 20 and 21.

david-bowie-060816.jpg David Bowie was a posthumous big winner at the recent BRIT Awards. The event took place in London and the rock legend won Best Male Solo Artist and Album of the Year for Blackstar.

drake-070916.jpg Drake scored the Best Male Solo Artist prize at the recent BRIT Awards. Drizzy was in good company as A Tribe Called Quest also took home an award in the hip-hop genre. The event has taken some social media heat, however, as no UK-based rappers won.

Shinedownpromo-041515.jpg Shinedown, Korn, Halestorm, Skillet and Pop Evil will all take part in this year's Rise Above Fest. The festival, which is presented by Seether and raises awareness for suicide prevention, will also feature Stone Sour. The fifth annual Rise Above Fest will take place July 22 and 23 at Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine.

Coldplay-ppcorn-062116.jpg Coldplay have reportedly teamed up with the Chainsmokers on a new track. News of the new track, titled "Something Just Like This," appeared earlier this week in the form of a banner image posted to Spotify. The banner notes that the track is "the new single."

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