We’ve updated the Music Unlimited iOS app for iPhone and iPod touch today with a substantial design makeover and improved performance.

Music Unlimited iOS version 2.0 delivers a new, beautiful user interface that looks like the latest PlayStation®4 and Xperia® Walkman applications and improves your ability to view artist discography, top songs, related artists, and more.

You can now sort your library by newly added songs and recently modified playlists, and edit song order in your playlists.

Listening to your feedback, we’ve also dramatically improved song loading and queue view and increased the app’s stability.

Download the app from the Apple App Storesm and let us know what you think. Make sure to keep an eye open for future Music Unlimited updates!

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In honor of Labor Day, we tweaked this week’s #VUTop10 to highlight movies and TV shows that focus on the place where we spend most of our lives: work. Rest assured you will not be required to put a cover sheet on the TPS report nor recite the history of Pawnee, Indiana to view the full list below.


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Diablo III: Friday Night Gamers
It’s time for a brand new Friday Night Gamers playlist and this week it’s all about Diablo III! With the game now available this week for your PS4, we thought it was time to bring you the ultimate list of songs to help with your fight against the Lord of Terror, Diablo. God speed, friends.

Intro to . . . Funk
Revisit the golden age of hip-hop where sonic innovation and giant pants reigned supreme. The explosive sound of funk – those popping bass lines, drum breaks and deep grooves – is captured here in this introduction to the genre that changed pop music, fueled hip-hop and still rules the dance floor.

Impulse Records Begins
Impulse Records was the premier jazz label of the 1960s. Headlined by the bestselling John Coltrane, Impulse proved that the avant-garde could be mainstream while showing how ahead of the sound curve such giants as Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins still were. Here are the label’s first releases, including masterpieces by Oliver Nelson, Charles Mingus and Gil Evans.

New Releases: Late Aug. 2014
If you haven’t tuned into FKA Twigs’ take on R&B yet, take a listen to the airy “Lights On”. Building on that futuristic R&B sound, be sure to check out the remix of Haim’s “My Song 5” with a guest verse from A$AP Ferg. Plenty of other great tracks below including the return of Blonde Redhead and original country outlaw Billy Joe Shaver getting cozy with friend Willie Nelson.

2014 VMAs
Still feeling the love for Beyoncé? Our VMA playlist may not have a video of Blue Ivy looking adorable, but it does have music from all of the winners and nominees.

Indie Love Songs
Forget about ironic distance, these are romantic songs where indie artists wear their hearts firmly pinned to Pendleton sleeves. It doesn’t matter if it’s chillwave, post-punk, indie-pop or new wave these tunes are about being crazy in love, insanely brokenhearted or mad with lust.

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This week’s PlayStation Store Update has some exciting new releases, bonus content and pre-orders.

In inFamous First Light (PS4), you’ll join Fetch as she is forced to relive the horrific tragedies of her past while locked up in prison. Help her seek vengeance from those who’ve wronged her while battling to escape snowy Curdon Cay.


Have you been itching to grab your mask and venture into the Moscow underground? Well, the wait is over because a trilogy of new releases from the Metro franchise just hit PlayStation Store. In Metro Redux (PS4), after the world was devastated by an apocalyptic event, the survivors venture underground, living in Metro Station Cities.


Continue the adventure as Artyom in Metro 2033 Redux (PS4), journeying to the forgotten catacombs beneath the subway systems, your actions determining the fate of humanity.


In Metro: Last Light Redux (PS4) the year is 2034 and the remnants of post-apocalyptic Moscow—and the underground survivors—are faced with deadly threats both outside and within the Metro. A civil war erupts, which could wipe out humanity forever.


Also available on PlayStation Store area pre-order of NHL Ultimate Edition Bundle (PS4), OlliOlli (PS4, PS3) and The Golf Club (PS4).

When you play Madden NFL 15 (PS4, PS3), you’ll experience the most immersive defensive gameplay in the franchise’s history. Players view a Madden NFL game day like never before with improved coverage logic, defensive camera angles and photorealistic player movements.


See the full list of new releases here.

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Huntington Beach boys Dirty Heads performed an intimate acoustic set in the Music Unlimited LIVE Lounge at San Francisco’s LIVE 105 radio station last week, offering a preview of their 40 date fall tour in support of new album, Sound of Change. The release features an all-star cast of producers, including Supa Dups (Drake, Bruno Mars, Eminem) and Rome (Sublime with Rome) — and guests like B Real of Cypress Hill, Tech N9ne and Ward 21. We went by the session to grab some photos and bring back the setlist, which you can see here.

Dirty Heads LIVE Lounge Setlist

Lay Me Down
Sweet Summer
Listen to Dirty Heads’ new album, Sound of Change





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A Good Marriage: A woman finds out her husband’s business trips aren’t what she thought and that he may be connected to a string of murders.

There’s murder lurking behind these other happy marriages: Presumed Innocent, So I Married An Axe Murderer

Miss Meadows: Katie Holmes plays a bright, upbeat woman who also keeps busy as a vigilante, righting wrongs and exacting vengeance.

Vigilante justice is served: Death Wish, Falling Down

White Bird in a Blizzard: A young woman deals with the mysterious disappearance of her mother and all the emotional issues that brings up.

The parents in these movies are missing too: August Rush, Winter’s Bone

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Even though PAX Prime doesn’t start until later this week we’re ready to celebrate now. That means we’re kicking off the PAX Prime Sale with a lineup of games discounted up to 60 percent off their regular price.

Visit PlayStation.Blog for details, including what titles are on sale. That means we’re kicking off the PAX Prime Sale with a lineup of games discounted up to 60 percent off their regular price and up to 80 percent off for PlayStation Plus members.

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Here are some of the exciting new releases available on Video Unlimited today:

Godzilla (plus Bonus Features): In this latest iteration of the most famous giant lizard, Godzilla is pitted against horrific creatures after emerging into the world. But is he here to destroy humanity or protect it?


Brick Mansions: In dystopian Detroit, dangerous criminals roam the streets and live in the once beautiful brick mansions. Caught in the midst of this chaos is ex-convict Lino (David Bell), who reluctantly teams up with an undercover cop, Damien Collier (Paul Walker), when a drug lord kidnaps Lino’s girlfriend.

Ghostbusters (On sale for one week): Who you gonna call? In celebration of National Ghostbuster Day on August 28, Ghostbusters is on sale for one week only. Relive the adventures of Venkman, Stantz, Spengler and Zeddmore as they protect Manhattan – and the world – from a supernatural menace.

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Unrated): See Ron Burgundy – and his amazing hair – in our 99-cent rental of the week. Back and ready pioneer the nation’s first 24-hour news channel, Ron (Will Ferrell) and a cast of other top-notch news anchors make it easy to stay classy.


Doctor Who | Season 8: It’s a very different Doctor now at the helm of the TARDIS. Peter Capaldi is the 12th (or 13th depending on how you’re counting) Doctor, taking the popular BBC series into a whole new series of space/time adventures.

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It was a big night for the ladies at MTV Video Music Awards, with women representing half of the evening’s major awards and Beyonce — as you might expect — dominating both in terms of wins and performance.

Video of the Year went to Miley Cyrus for her performance atop a piece of heavy construction equipment in “Wrecking Ball.” Katy Perry took home Best Female for her “Dark Horse” video; Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea‘s “Problem” won a Best Pop statue; and Sia won Best Choreography for “Chandelier.”

Beyonce’s Drunk In Love,” a duet with husband Jay-Z, won the prize for Best Collaboration while “Pretty Hurts” brought her wins in both the Best Video With a Social Message and Best Cinematography categories.

She also gave one of the night’s most amazing performances, with a medley that spanned almost 20 minutes and included cuts from every song on her 2013 self-titled album. And all that doesn’t even include the fact that she was given the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for lifetime achievement, an award she accepted with the help of Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy.

Other non-Beyonce winners last night included Drake (Best Hip Hop for “Hold On (We’re Going Home),” Eminem (Best Editing for “Rap God“) and Fifth Harmony (MTV Artist To Watch for “Miss Movin’ On“).

Check out the full list of winners and see photos and performances from the show here.

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Eminem is preparing to celebrate the 15th anniversary of his label Shady Record, with a two-CD compilation called, ShadyXV, featuring an album of the label’s greatest hits, plus an album of new material from Eminem, Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, D-12 and Yelawolf as well as special guest-artist collaborations. Before ShadyXV arrives in November, you can check out a new Eminem single, “Guts Over Fear,” which features Sia and was produced by Emile Haynie (Grammy winner for Best Rap Album for Eminem’s Recovery) and John Hill. We also have new releases this week from Ariana Grande, Maroon 5 and Iggy Azalea. Listen now.

Listen to these new releases and more on Music Unlimited:


Ariana Grande, “My Everything (Deluxe)”
Royal Blood, “Royal Blood”
Basement Jaxx, “Junto”
Avenged Sevenfold, “Waking The Fallen: Resurrected”
The Griswolds, “Be Impressive”
The New Pornographers, “Brill Bruisers”
Ed Sheeran, “Don’t EP”
J Mascis, “Tied to a Star”
Brad Paisley, “Moonshine in the Trunk”
The Wytches, “Annabel Dream Reader”
Kem, “Promise To Love (Deluxe)”
Souls of Mischief, “There Is Only Now (Deluxe)”
Opeth, “Pale Communion”
Shovels and Rope, “Swimmin’ Time”
The Rentals, “Lost In Alphaville”
DJ Mustard, “10 Summers”
Lucette, “Black is the Color”
Asia, “High Voltage”
Robyn Hitchcock, “The Man Upstairs”
Bug, “Angels & Devils”


Eminem, “Guts Over Glory”
Maroon 5, “Animals”
Darius Rucker, “Homegrown Honey”
Iggy Azalea, “U Ain’t My Daddy”
Tiesto, “Say Something”
Sam Black, “Chris Paul (feat. Juggernaut)”
Broods, “Four Walls”
Cobra Starship, “Never Been in Love”
Ella Henderson, “Ghost”
Bryan Adams, “She Knows Me”
Death From Above 1979, “Government Trash”
Chris Malinchak feat. Mikky Ekko, “Stranger”
Dirthy South feat. Sam Martin, “Unbreakable”
Kaiser Chiefs, “Education, Education, Education”
Nickelback, “Edge of a Revolution”
Tweedy, “I’ll Sing It”
TCTS, “Games”
Calvin Harris, “Summer (Remixes)”
Ella Eyre, “If I Go”
Kem, “Promise To Love”
Jesse Ware, “Say You Love Me”
Girlfriends and Boyfriends, “A Flower”
I See MONSTAS, “Circles”
Jeremih feat. YG, “Don’t Tell ‘Em”
Inna, “Good Time (feat. Pitbull)”
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, “Anything Goes”

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