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Celebrate the first-ever animal rights music festival with Moby

Last year, Moby organized Circle V, a one-day music and food event, as a way to celebrate how far animal activism has come, and to help promote animal rights.

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A Silent Film speaks out about their sound

Robert Stevenson and Spencer Walker aren’t your typical musicians. They don’t particularly care about fame or fortune. They care about making music because they want to create a shared experience for their fans. Hailing from England, these two friends make up the band A Silent Film. Stevenson and Walker have been playing the drums together …

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The 17-year-old YouTube cover star turned serious musician

Jacob Whitesides is only 17 years old, but has made the leap from recording cover songs on YouTube to writing his own music. It’s been a year of milestones. In February, he released his debut EP, A Piece of Me. Throughout March, he toured the United States, opening for Fifth Harmony. In May, he headlined …

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R5 takes family band to a whole nother level

A backstage look at what its like to be on tour with R5, including rare acoustic performances of “All Night” and “F.E.E.L. G.O.O.D.”This is an episode of SoundBites, a Fusion original web series. Whether on tour, at the recording studio, or at home, SoundBites provides a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse at the lives of today’s top …

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Jason Derulo on being sexual and all in your face

A behind the scenes look at the life of Jason Derulo, including rare performances of "Get Ugly" and "Want to Want Me."

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How Mat Kearney puts his singer-songwriter roots to hip-hop beats

Mat Kearney didn’t start making music until he was a junior at California State University, Chico. A chance encounter with a roommate led him to pick up a guitar for the first time. He had never played a musical instrument before in his life, and it never crossed his mind that this could be a long-term thing for anyone. But Kearney, an English Literature major, discovered he could write. He became obsessed with it, eventually dropping out of college. “You find those things in life where you’re like, I don’t know if this is work, play," Kearney, now 36, says. But now, "this is all I want to do.... It's just fun.” Ten years, five albums, and five Top 20 hits on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs chart later, that passion hasn’t dissipated. While writing his latest album, Just Kids, Kearney was listening to a lot of Paul Simon and hip-hop. "I kept asking, like, what would Kanye and Paul Simon do if they were in a room together? That was the goal of some of my writing.” This is an episode of SoundBites, a Fusion original web series. Whether on tour, at the recording studio, or at home, SoundBites provides a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse at the lives of today’s top musical artists.

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Jukebox the Ghost's decade-long ‘marriage’

Inside the decade-long ‘marriage’ of Jukebox the Ghost

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Ingrid Michaelson's evolving, interactive world

A behind the scenes look at being on tour with Ingrid Michaelson.

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Fifth Harmony

An inside look at what its like to go from singing competition contestants to America's favorite teen pop female group. Despite becoming America’s favorite group of talented teens overnight, the most admirable trait Fifth Harmony possesses is how humble and grounded they’ve remained throughout the process. In addition to showing us how down to earth they are, the girls gave us a sample of their award-winning voices, performing their first album’s lead single “BO$$.” This is the first episode of SoundBites, a Fusion original web series. Whether on tour, at the recording studio, or at home, SoundBites provides a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse at the lives of today’s top musical artists.

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