| January 25, 2012
Headliners: Diddy’s Taking Over Your TV

LA Times: Sean “Diddy” Combs is reportedly teaming up with ex-MTV execs to launch his own cable music-themed TV network, REVOLT, by the end of 2012.

Rolling Stone: Only two songs make it out alive of the Oscar shortlist for Best Original Song. Our money’s on the Muppets.

Obscure Sound: Brit-pop legends Pulp announce some more U.S. tour dates outside of Coachella.

Billboard: Google announces that it will be merging user data across all its platforms. Privacy concerns arise.

Spin: Cypress Hill go one step closer to full wobble with the announcement of an upcoming EP collaboration with Rusko. Hopefully the go easy on the Skrill pills.

Clash Music: YouTube rejects an ad featuring clips of Perfume Genius’ video for “Hood.”

Drowned in Sound: Blood Red Shoes offer a new track, “Cold,” off their upcoming album, In Time To Voices, and announce a UK tour.

MP3: Capital Cities – “H0liday (Madonna Cover)”

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