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Arctic Monkeys Hit One Billion Views With 'Do I Wanna Know?' Video

“Do I Wanna Know?” is a track from Arctic Monkeys’$2 2013 album AM. It’s become one of the band’s biggest hits, and is the only Arctic Monkeys song to be Platinum-certified by the RIAA.
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Watch The Flaming Lips Perform Inside Bubbles, for an Audience… Inside Bubbles

The band was the latest musical guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and offered up a remote performance that hasn’t been seen to date. Each member of the band performed inside their own bubble, to an audience that was inside their own bubble.
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Arcade Fire's Win Butler Makes Cameo in 'Bill & Ted 3' Trailer

Amidst all the excitement surrounding the brand new trailer for the upcoming movie Bill & Ted Face the Music, you may have missed that Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler made an appearance in the clip.
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John Dolmayan From System Of A Down Says 'There Can Be No Society Without' the Police

System of a Down drummer John Dolmayan took to Instagram to blast the defund the police movement calling it “probably the stupidest thing I’ve heard.” He also said society cannot exist without the police.
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Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello Schools Commenter on His Political Experience

Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello shared an oldie but goodie from his Instagram, showing an interaction with a commenter who called him out for being just “another successful musician instantly [becoming] a political expert.”
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Fall Out Boy Makes Major Donation to Black Lives Matter, Plans to 'Continue and Expand' Support

Fall Out Boy pledged their support to the Black Lives Matter movement by donating $100,000 from the Fall Out Boy Fund to National Bail Out and Black Visions Collective.
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Billie Eilish Admits to Feeling 'Trapped by This Persona That I Have Created'

Billie talks about how the way she dresses or portrays herself for that matter should be no ones business but hers. Expressing “sometimes I feel trapped by this persona that I have created, because sometimes I think people view me not as a woman.”
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Pearl Jam: 'We Do Not Want to Contribute to White Voices Overtaking the Narrative'

“Pearl Jam was started with a love for music and social justice,” the grunge rockers write in a Facebook post. “Our organization has been reflecting on where unconscious racism is still showing up in our own lives and how we can do better.”
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Nirvana's Krist Novoselic Shares Statement After Backlash From Donald Trump Comments

In a since-deleted post on his personal Facebook, Novoselic reportedly wrote that he felt Trump “knocked it out of the park” with the speech, which the musician also called “strong and direct.”
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Gary Clark Jr. Calls Out for Musicians and Fans to Stand Against Racism

“We just want to wake up in the morning, go and make the most out of what we can, get what we can for ourselves and for our family and go the f*** back home,” he says. “That’s all. Why’s it so hard? Why is that a worry and a challenge?”
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