REPORT: Snapchat Working On Permanent & Emeddable Stories

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Snapchat’s entire identity has centered around disappearing stories — but that could all change in a snap! The platform is reportedly working on shareable stories and content that could last longer than 24 hours, even permanently. Users could make public posts longer lasting, in an effort to give Snapchat more influence on social media and […]

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Ekali, Rezz, And More Nominated For Annual Juno Awards

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The 2019 Juno music awards, Canada’s version of the Grammys, just announced its list of nominees. Historically, dance music has played a large part in the awards show, with Adventure Club, Deadmau5 and more receiving recognition for their work. Last year, Rezz received a Juno for ‘Electronic Album of the Year’ for Mass Manipulation. This year, […]

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Celebrities Share Support for Jussie Smollett After Hate Crime Attack

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Jussie Smollett was viciously attacked in Chicago on Tuesday morning during an apparent hate crime. The “Empire” star was beaten by two men who yelled out racial and homophobic slurs. They put a rope around his neck and poured an unknown chemical substance on him. As they left, they reportedly yelled, “This is MAGA country.”… Read More

OhhhHHH-oHHhHH: The Rasmus announce UK celebration tour of ‘Dead Letters’ album

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We’re taking it back to 2003…

The Rasmus live
The Rasmus perform live in 2003

The Rasmus will celebrate their album ‘Dead Letters’ with a string of UK tour dates in 2019, it’s been announced. The Finnish rockers broke through with their fifth studio album back in 2003, with its lead single ‘In The Shadows’ landing at Number 3 in the UK’s Official Charts. Having released four LPs since, including […]

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