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2017 is bout to get even better! Justin Bieber has brought his Purpose Tour to North America, South America, Europe, Oceania and the latest we heard…

Southeast Asia!!!

Earlier today Philippines' major concert promoter, MMI Live, announced his show in Manila happening on the 30th of September 2017.

According to Asia Live 365, it looks like Justin has chosen our part of the world to conclude his biggest tour ever and we look forward to more dates being announced soon - A Singapore date looks likely ;)

Are you ready for one of the most highly anticipated concerts? Here’s our little starter pack to get you HYPED!

Picture Credits: Teen Vogue, justinbiebergifs on Tumblr, GQ, H&M

The world of rock 'n' roll just hasn't been the same since the death of Lemmy. The legendary Motörhead singer and bassist was a metal icon for more than 40 years, and we still can't believe he's gone. Thankfully, there have been plenty of homages and tributes to Mr. Kilmister in the meantime to help keep his legacy alive and well.

One of the places we continue to see the rock god is on the silver screen. Despite dying more than a year ago, Lemmy filmed scenes for the upcoming movie Sunset Society. The film by Phoebe Dollar has been in the works for some time, and it's set to open in the spring of 2018. Clips from one of Lemmy's scenes have been featured in the latest music video from Jyrki 69, "Bloodlust." It's a dark, synth-driven rock track that features plenty of sneak peeks from the movie along with cameos from Ron Jeremy, Dizzy Reed from Guns N' Roses, and loads of blood, of course. The band has described the feel of the video as if the cult-classic vampire film The Lost Boys was moved to the Sunset Strip.

And Lemmy continues to live on in more than just the movies. The legendary rocker has also been spotted in multiple video games. The band has gotten in the habit of licensing out its songs and likeness to a number of genres ranging from hack-and-slash adventures to casual casino games. Motörhead has been featured in its own slot reel included among the most popular slot games found on the internet where fans can rock out to some of Lemmy's biggest hits while they play. The game is a speed metal-themed slot reel featuring the band's members, their iconic logo, and some of their best songs as another fun way to connect with casual fans. For more hardcore gamers there's also a Motörhead expansion for the popular Victor Vran action series, which is now available for the PS4.

Of course, the main way Lemmy is kept alive is through his music, and fans will be in for a treat with a new record on the way. That's right, the debut solo album from Lemmy Kilmister is scheduled for release later this year. During its more than 40-year career, Motörhead put out 23 albums, 10 live records, 12 compilations, and five EPs. It's hard to believe that with all that output there was never a solo record from Lemmy himself, but for fans it's better late than never. The record has reportedly been in the works since 2003, and it features tracks recorded with Dave Grohl (of the Foo Fighters) and punk rock legends The Damned.

Even though Lemmy might be gone, the "Ace of Spades" singer will never be forgotten. It's nice to know that some things never really die, and when it comes to rock 'n' roll, Motörhead isn't going anywhere any time soon. Lemmy will rock on forever in our hearts, and it looks like he'll be on our record players and online for quite some time, too!

Rock legends Foo Fighters are finally returning back to our shores after more than two long decades! If you’ve got another confession to make that you still have not gotten yourself tickets to one of the biggest concerts of 2017, we gotchu fam.

After all, it’s times like these you learn to learn to live again, and it’s times like these WE learn to GIVE and GIVE again.

Here’s how you can score 1 out of 3 pairs of tickets in 3 simple steps:


1. Follow us on Twitter.

2. Tell us which song you want to see performed live at Foo Fighters concert in Singapore and why

3. Tweet your answer together with the hashtag, #SpinorBinMusicXFooFighters AND concert poster (below)


E.g. "Foo Fighters better play EVERLONG because that’s exactly how long I’ve waited here for them! #SpinorBinMusicXFooFighters”


The more creative your tweet, the higher the chance of snagging yourself a pair of tickets!

Contest ends on 2 July. Good luck!


Concert Details:

Date               : 26 August 2017, Saturday
Venue            : Singapore National Stadium
Ticket Prices : $238* (Standing), $168* (Standing), $238*, $198*, $168*, $128* (*excludes booking fee) 


Tickets are now available for purchase at Sportshubtix.

Spin or Bin Music is proud to be the Official Music Blog for the Foo Fighters Tour in Singapore!


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Just when we thought Carly Rae Jepsen would give us some time to recover from her well-received banger, Cut To The Feeling, the pop diva has recently performed a majestic set with the 60-piece Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

The Canadian singer brought an elegant twist to songs like I Really Like You and Call Me Maybe, as well as her latest hits, Boy Problems, Emotions, and Let’s Get Lost, turning the songs into trance-like film scores.

It’s not everyday that you get to see a pop singer dance along to peppy hits with an orchestra, accompanied by supportive fans who sang along to every song, but Carly did it ever so flawlessly.

There’s really no stopping Carly when it comes to surprising us fans with sensational endeavors, huh?

Watch a bit of the show here:

Or just listen to the full concert here:


Photo Credit: Erik Madigan Heck for TIME


Remember this?

That was Singapore-born singer Natalie Ong WOW-ING the judges at her X Factor Australia audition. Even though her journey on the talent competition was cut short after the first live show that did not stop her from pursuing her dream. She recently released her first ever-single Get Gold and it made us feel like proud parents!

In this Instagram post, Natalie spoke about how the song came about. In collaboration with Josh Wei (who has worked alongside other local acts like Gentle Bones and Linying), they pitched the song to the National Youth Council and all together it was produced.

Get Gold depicts Natalie’s journey from her X Factor Australia days till today, she has fixated her mind on pursuing her dream and nothing will get in her way. Through the song, she also hopes to inspire fellow youths to chase their dreams no matter what.


We’re excited to hear what the future holds for you, Natalie! All the best!

Picture Credits: Natalie Ong on Instagram