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Read Flea's Tribute To Red Hot Chili Peppers Guitarist Jack Sherman

Taking time to reflect on his passing, bassist Flea shared a black-and-white photo of the late RHCP guitarist on his Instagram, writing, “It has taken me a couple of weeks to process the death of Jack Sherman. Our relationship was complicated…”
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10 Relaxing Songs to Put Your Mind at Ease

During these stressful times, it’s important to remember that music plays an important role in boosting your mental well-being. If anxiety is getting a hold of you, here’s ten songs to put on that will help you relax and put your mind at ease.
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Gorillaz Announce Upcoming Collaboration With Robert Smith of The Cure

Gorillaz continue to release songs as part of their ‘Song Machine’ project, this time with The Cure frontman Robert Smith. They have also featured the likes of Peter Hook, slowthai, Skepta, Tony Allen and more on the project.
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Eddie Vedder Joined Instagram Just To Ask You To Vote

Eddie Vedder joined the 21st Century and created his own Instagram account over the weekend, posting a step-by-step image guide to mail in voting ahead of the November 3 general election.
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Here's How You Can Hang Out with Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament in Seattle

Hang out with Vedder and Ament as they give you a private tour of the Pearl Jam exhibit at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture, during which you’ll be able to bombard the pair with all of your questions.
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Can These Shoes Making Listening To Music at Home Seem Like You're at a Show?

The future of music is on your feet. At least that’s what sneaker company DropLabs hopes will be the case, releasing their EP 01 shoes that simultaneously vibrate to the music in your headphones.
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Eddie Vedder Discusses 'Dark Lyrics' and Mental Health with Lily Cornell

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder joined Lily Cornell Silver on her weekly IGTV series to discuss mental health as it is affected by societal and political factors as well as Eddie’s own experiences, and the importance of activism and empathy at large.
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The Killers Already Working on Their Next Album: 'It Might Be Better Than This One'

The Killers wasted no time basking in positive reviews for their latest album ‘Imploding The Mirage.’ Instead, the band got back to work producing new music for another album they say could drop within the next year.
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Chris Cornell Family 'Heartbroken' Over Vandalized Seattle Statue

That statue is located outside Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture. It was unveiled in October 2018 during a ceremony attended by Chris’ three children Lily, Toni and Christopher, and his Soundgarden band mates Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd.
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Ben Gibbard of The Postal Service Dedicates a Song to the Postal Service

Ben Gibbard was one of the many performers at the remote edition of the Democratic National Convention and lent his support to the U.S. Postal Service with a performance of The Postal Service song “Such Great Heights.”
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