TIDEN Roedelius Schneider (Yellow Eye) As someone who was obsessive about the electronic explorations of Amon Duull, Cluster, Faust, Tangerine Dream and Can, the Hamburg based German label The Bureau is paradise regained. It’s been re-issuing old classics as well as potentially new ones
Paris Hilton is back at work on her new album. The socialite-turned-reality television star signed to the same record label as Lil Wayne earlier this year.
Forget X Factor, on the streets of South Auckland you can bump into the next big Kiwi star on the bus or in The Warehouse. And that’s exactly where the producers of The Factory, a web series sequel to the successful stage production of the same name, found talent for the show
Australian actress Toni Collette and her musician husband have lost a high-profile legal stoush over the failed purchase of a Sdyney house, and have to pay more than A$800,000 (NZ$957,000) in damages. In the NSW Supreme Court on Friday, Acting Justice William Windeyer found in favour of Industrie clothing label founder, Susan Kelly, and ordered Collette and her husband, David Galafassi, pay A$814,907 (NZ$975,000), plus legal costs
One Direction are reportedly set for a $90 million windfall. The English-Irish boyband are preparing for the release of their third album and according to UK newspaper The Sun royalties are going to jettison their individual bank accounts into the eight-figures.
Justin Bieber’s music label bosses have reportedly gave him “a serious talking-to” amid a host of controversies he’s involved in. The 19-year-old pop star has garnered headlines for all the wrong reasons as of late
Jack White works in an office. Until the White Stripes’ formal dissolution in February, White was the singer, guitarist and songwriter for one of the biggest rock bands in the world.