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Celebrate LGBT Pride With Music on Slacker

June is officially Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month) and the month has been ripe with milestone news, special events, and a massive amount of support for the LFBT community. Celebrate LGBT Pride with a Slacker Radio station that’s as diverse as the gay community itself. On LGBT Pride, we’ve got […]

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New Music First: Kaskade, M.I.A and Cady Groves

We’ve got some upbeat new releases that are sure to help welcome in the summer. Take a look at these fresh new tracks: In 2011, Cady Groves released a single called “This Little Girl”, which featured the lyric “This little girl is capable of murder, if you hurt her.” Clearly, she’s not your average 23-year-old […]

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Artist of the Week: Prince

The Purple One turned 55 this month, and he is celebrating by preparing to release a new album with his latest backing band, Minneapolis’ 3rdEyeGirl. On recording the new album, he said “I don’t have time for old people…I want to work with young people.” It’s a fitting approach, as his music is timeless and […]

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In Memoriam: James Gandolfini 1961 – 2013

James Gandolfini has died at the age of 51 while on vacation in Italy. The news comes as a terrible shock to the community who are collectively in mourning for the universally loved artist. “It is with immense sorrow that we report our client, James Gandolfini, passed away today while on holiday in Rome, Italy,” […]

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Check out the new Slacker EQ!

We’ve got a whole new way for you to experience the “Top 40” here at Slacker as we bring the top 40 charts into the digital age with the Slacker EQ score. These are no ordinary music charts. In a world where access to music is quickly trumping ownership, the Slacker EQ is the most accurate reflection […]

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“They Say It’s Your Birthday” Paul MacCartney

Beatles legend Sir Paul MacCartney may be 71 today – but that doesn’t stop him from leaving the crowd at Bonnaroo speechless with a near three hour set this past weekend. It should be no surprise that the iconic musician is still owning the stage, traveling the world on his ‘Out There’ tour, playing sold out […]

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