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  • Icona Pop to Headline REVERB Campus Consciousness Tour

    Fredrik EtoallSwedish duo Icona Pop will headline this year's REVERB Campus Consciousness tour, which supports environmental efforts at colleges across the country. This year's tour will also support female student leaders.

    During the tour, before each night's show, five female leaders and their friends from each campus will be invited to join a panel discussion with the "I Love It" duo, who will award them a $100 cash prize.  Each night's show will also feature an interactive Consciousness Village, featuring prizes, games, and information on taking positive environmental action.

    Here are the tour dates:

    10/15 -- University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (Students Only)
    10/17 -- West Virginia University,  Morgantown, WV
    10/18 -- Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
    10/23 -- St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
    10/25 -- University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
    10/28 -- Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
    10/30 -- Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA
    10/1 -- Bates College, Lewiston, Maine

    The Campus Consciousness tour was created by the environmental non-profit group REVERB in 2006, and has featured artists like Drake, Capital Cities and Janelle Monae in previous years.

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  • Alleged Last Audio of Joan Rivers Reveals 'Problems' with Voice

    Charles Sykes/Bravo(NEW YORK) -- You can now find on YouTube what could be the last-ever recording of Joan Rivers, which the New York Post reports was taped on Aug. 28, the very day she underwent a procedure at Yorkville Endoscopy from which she never awoke.

    Rivers made a test recording for a radio ad for her friend Brad Zimmerman's upcoming off-Broadway show, My Son the Waiter, a Jewish Tragedy, when her normally brash pipes falters and she coughs. "My voice has been bothering me," she explained. "I don't know what it is."

    The comic legend complains not only about the material -- "This is terrible copy. Who wrote this crap?" -- but also about her health. "I feel like s**t," Rivers complains on the recording. "I'm tired already."

    Rivers died Sept. 4, after doctors had put her in a medically-induced coma after she went into cardiac arrest during the endoscopy.

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  • Get to Know ‘Habits’ Singer Tove Lo

    Whether or not you’re also nursing a broken heart, there’s no denying that Tove Lo‘s “Habits” is incredibly powerful and worthy of being on heavy rotation.

    So we were beyond stoked when the Swedish singer made time for an interview with On Air with Ryan Seacrest‘s Tanya Rad.

    The 26-year-old opened up about everything from her distinctive name and opening for Katy Perry on the Australian leg of her Prismatic tour to the one thing she would never write about in a song.

    Tanya also asked Tove about her labelmate Nick Jonas, with whom she performed on a song during his recent Los Angeles showcase. Any chance she would work with him again?

    “We haven’t talked about,” says Tove. “I’ve just recently gotten to know him. He’s just a super cool guy and obviously very talented. I was really blown away by his showcase, it was great. But as far as I know, no… but things can always change and happen in the future.”

    Tove’s Queen of the Clouds album will be out on September 30, but until then you can pre-order it here.

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