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    Kid Cudi arrested in NYC

    Kid Cudi, protege of Kanye West and star of the new hit HBO drama How To Make It In America was arrested Friday in New York city, charged with criminal mischief and possession of a controlled substance.

    Cudi was scheduled to perform at the Bonnaroo Festival, and despite his legal troubles, made his performance as scheduled.

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    Judds back together for reunion tour

    Mother-daughter country pop staples The Judds have reunited for an upcoming tour, supposedly their last, according to daughter Wynonna Judd .

    After a series of one-off shows, including an appearance at the 2008 Stagecoach Festival and the CMA awards this year, the former chart-toppers will head out on the road together one last time for their tour, dubbed The Last Encore Tour, before hanging it up for good.

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    Klaxons to release new album

    Spastic British electro-pop rockers Klaxons are set to release the follow-up to their debut album from 2007, Myths Of The Near Future. The new album is titled Surfing The Void, and was recorded with famed producer Ross Robinson at the helm in Los Angeles. A full tour to support the release is expected.

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    Smashing Pumpkins set to release new EP, tour with new members

    Smashing Pumpkins helmsman Billy Corgan has announced the addition of two new members to the band, bass player Nicole Fiorentino and drummer Mike Byrne.

    The band will embark on a small tour of intimate venues before launching into a larger tour. This comes in support of the new EP released in May, Teargarden By Kaleidyscope Vol. 1: Songs For A Sailor. The EP can be purchased as a boxed set in record stores, or downloaded for free from the band's website as a part of their 44-song project Teargarden By Kaleidyscope, which will culminate in 11 limited-edition EPs with four songs each.

    Smashing Pumpkins tour dates
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    Numerous artists cancel Israel tour dates in political protest

    The Pixies , Gorillaz , Elvis Costello , and Klaxons have all canceled upcoming tour dates to Israel in political protest in light of the Flotilla raid that occurred by the Israeli Army on relief boats headed for Palestine. This comes in the wake of international outcry against the actions of Israel, and is not expected to be the last expression of disagreement for these controversial political actions.

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    Robyn announces tour, releases new album

    Swedish electro-pop princess Robyn has announced the upcoming release of her new album, Body Talk Pt. 1, and an accompanying tour to support it. Though this new album is not a standard LP, Robyn has stated that this is a full album, "but it’s maybe not the normal length".

    Collaborators on the upcoming album include electro-superstars Royksopp and producer/DJ extraordinaire Diplo . This will be the first of three releases for Robyn in 2010.

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    Christina Aguilera cancels tour

    Pop hitmaker Christina Aguilera has announced that her tour in support of her new album, Bionic, has been cancelled. Citing time constraints for promotion/completion of her album coupled with a rigorous filming schedule for the new movie Burlesque, the singer thought it best to concentrate her efforts elsewhere. At press time there were no immediate plans to reschedule the cancelled dates.

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    Trent Reznor returns with How To Destroy Angels

    Trent Reznor has returned with a new project after putting Nine Inch Nails to rest. How To Destroy Angels, which features Reznor's wife Mariqueen Maandig and co-producer/frequent collaborator Atticus Ross. The group borrows their name from a Coil single from 1986 of the same name. The debut self titled EP is available for free download right now from the group's site.

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    U2 postpones North American tour due to Bono back injury

    U2 frontman Bono has reportedly sustained a back injury prompting emergency surgery this past Friday. Doctors reported he had suffered a torn ligament and herniated disc in his back, causing slight paralysis in one leg. Upon release from his surgery, the decision was made to postpone the North American leg of their U2 360 tour, slated for this summer.

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    Slipknot bassist Paul Gray found dead in Iowa hotel

    Paul Gray, better known as #2 (members of Slipknot were denoted by corresponding numbers), bass player and founding member of Slipknot has been found dead in an Iowa hotel room. Gray had gone on record in the past about struggling with drug addiction, but no definitive cause of death was given at time of press.

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