The standard bearer for classic American sophistication and a global ambassador for jazz, Tony Bennett has sold over 50 million albums across seven decades, charting in all of them. The oldest artist to hit No. 1, Bennett was also involved in the civil rights movement, is a tireless advocate for arts education and, with no signs of slowing down at age 88, has recorded a duets record with Lady Gaga. Hear his classics like “I Left My Heard in San Francisco,” “The Best Is Yet To Come” and “The Bare Necessities” on our MU Icon playlist.

Listen to the Tony Bennett: MU Icon Playlist.

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Automata: What happens when robots who are supposed to help mankind start becoming conscious? And dangerous? That’s the premise of this futuristic sci-fi action film.

Sometimes robots start thinking for themselves: I, Robot, 2001: A Space Odyssey

Big Eyes: Amy Adams plays an artist whose husband takes all the credit for her work in this movie, based on a true story, directed by Tim Burton.

Enjoy Burton’s unique take on family in these movies: Dark Shadows, Edward Scissorhands

V/H/S: Viral: Get ready for more found-footage horror in this latest collection of stories from a variety of filmmakers.

Catch up with the series by watching the first two installments: V/H/S, V/H/S 2

A Most Violent Year: A couple played by Jason Isaac and Jessica Chastain find their way through a violent year in New York City.

Where do you know Isaac and Chastain from? Try these great movies: Inside Llewyn Davis, Zero Dark Thirty

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


X-Men: Days of Future Past: The characters from the original X-Men trilogy join forces with their younger selves to save mutants and humans alike in this time-traveling action adventure.


Mr. Peabody & Sherman: K-9 inventor, scientist and genius Mr. Peabody and his son race against time to repair history and save the future.


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (On Sale for a Limited Time): Watch Spider-Man face off against Electro, Green Goblin and a cast of other villains in his greatest battle yet.  Get this exciting title for a low, low price now through 10/6/14.*


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Make your headphones happy with these new releases hitting Music Unlimited this week. Listen now.


Kenny Chesney, The Big Revival
Coldplay, Ghost Stories
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett, Cheek To Cheek (Deluxe)
LIGHTS, Little Machines (Deluxe Version)
Jennifer Hudson, JHUD
alt-J, This Is All Yours
Tweedy, Sukierae
Imelda May, Tribal (Deluxe)
Leonard Cohen, Popular Problems
John Mellencamp, Plain Spoken
Luke James, Luke James (Deluxe)
King Tuff, Black Moon Spell
Drums, Encyclopedia
5 Seconds Of Summer, Amnesia
Warsawwasraw, Sensitizer
Snootie Wild, Go Mode
AJR, Infinity – EP
City And Colour, Bring Me Your Love Demos (Demos)
Joe Bonamassa, Different Shades of Blue
Chris Brown, X (Deluxe Version)


“Prince,” Prince
“Anything Goes,” Florida Georgia Line
“Burnin’ Up,” Jessie J feat 2 Chainz
“Bad Thing,” Kiesza feat Joey Bada$$
“Desperado,” Diana Krall
“Under The Tide,” Chvrches
“Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar) ,” Flying Lotus
“Shake It Off,” Taylor Swift
“Till It’s Gone,” Yelawolf
“Trouble with My Baby,” Paloma Faith
“You (Moska Remix) ,” Galantis
“He Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere,” Jennifer Hudson feat. Iggy Azalea
“Remember (Part 2) ,” Keyshia Cole
“Elevation (Extended Mix) ,” Erasure
“Angel in Blue Jeans,” Train
“I’m Not The Only One,” Sam Smith
“Dear Future Husband,” Meghan Trainor
“Try,” Colbie Caillat
“Hold You Down,” DJ Khaled feat August Alsina and Chris Brown and Future and Jeremih
“Look at You,” Big & Rich
“24 Hours,” TeeFLii feat. 2 Chainz
“Secrets,” Mary Lambert feat B.o.B
“In the House of Yes,” Mr Twin Sister
“All The Rage Back Home,” Interpol
“Blue Suede,” Vince Staples

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Get ready for another round of mixed martial arts action as UFC 178: Johnson vs Cariaso comes to the PlayStation Live Events Viewer app on Saturday, September 27. PlayStation users will be able to watch all the action live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, as Demetrious Johnson defends his flyweight title against striker Chris Cariaso.

Delivered straight to your living room from your PS4™ and PS3™ systems, the Live Events Viewer gives users the opportunity to watch exciting live content or catch up with on-demand viewing of UFC and wrestling events, concerts, races and more all with no subscription and no commitments.

Here’s how to download the Live Events Viewer app for free to get started:

  • Log on to PlayStation®Store on your PS4™ (or PS3™).
  • Find Live Events Viewer for download in the Apps section.
  • Once the Live Events Viewer is downloaded, find it on PS4™ in the TV & Video tile (or on PS3’s XMB under TV/Video Services).
  • Log on with your Sony Entertainment Network username and password.
  • Then, simply select UFC 178, purchase the event and enjoy the action.

 *Live Events Viewer app available in US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and Chile.

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Bring some high-octane thrills to your gaming by picking up some racing games in the September Flash Sale on PlayStation Store.

september flash sale

Over 25 games are on sale for up to 75% off now through 12:00PM Pacific on Monday 9/22. Get more details, including a full list of the discounted games, here.

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Destiny: Friday Night Gamers

This week it’s all about the brand new game, Destiny. Along with our new playlist of epic music, play as the Guardian to defend our home, explore lost worlds and give us hope.

The Chainsmokers: Artist to Watch

This NY-based duo of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall are a remixing powerhouse; adding their touches of infectious, glittering gold to songs by Chromeo, Ellie Goulding and Jose Gonzalez. Their last two singles , Selfie” and “Kanye”, rode right up to the top of the dance charts.

Post-Punk Revival

Post-punk, the moody scion to the safety pin and leather class of ’77, came back in a huge way at the beginning of the 21st century. Bands like The Strokes, Interpol and Franz Ferdinand pointed the way forward, clutching LPs by Joy Division and Television. Enjoy this mix of that fertile period alongside newer tracks that fit the mold from The National and Future Islands.

Dance/Electronic New Releases, Mid-Sept. 2014

The ever-present Zedd turns Magic’s already profoundly optimistic “Rude” into a euphoric party starter that could probably keep the smiles in place out in Black Rock City. Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix and Afrojack are a few of the other big names in this week’s mix but don’t mix the propulsive, acidic pulses of Bobby Puma’s “Rockin’ With the Beat” or Coyu’s “Profound Pleasure” (maybe the first use of the word “schadenfruede” in a club track.)

Hip-Hop New Releases, Mid-Sept. 2014

Drake and Lil Wayne are out on a world-dominating tour together and also share the spotlight on the new single “Grindin”. Eminem couples up with Sia on the new single “Guts Over Fear.” Outside the global stars, there’s some fantastic tracks from Vince Staples and Hoodie Allen.

Primal Scream: Remembering Robert “Throb” Young

Robert “Throb” Young was the lead guitarist in Primal Scream, joining the band at their inception in the mid to late ’80s and up until 2006. His love of pure rock ‘n’ roll made sure that the band’s excursions into dance, dub and electronics always had a guitar somewhere at the core. Some of the band’s best moments are highlighted in this tribute.

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Walk Among the Tombstones, the latest action drama from Liam Neeson, hits theaters today. As is the case with many of Neeson’s past movies, he plays a man who’s willing to go to any lengths to save someone he loves. That got us thinking about some of our favorite movies which feature unlikely action heroes, who are willing to infiltrate the underworld, run over broken glass or face the dangers of the Fire Swamp.

  1. Taken
  2. Die Hard
  3. The Princess Bride
  4. Shrek
  5. The Expendables
  6. Along Came A Spider
  7. Double Jeopardy
  8. Man on Fire
  9. Panic Room
  10. Firewall

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Watching the latest Hollywood hits or recent episodes of your favorite TV show just got easier with the introduction of the new Sony Entertainment Network web video player.


The new web player brings Video Unlimited’s vast catalog of TV shows and movies right to your computer without needing to download additional software. Find out more at PlayStation Blog.

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A cool, often cold, sound created in the 1970s (thanks Kraftwerk, Bowie, Devo, Moroder, Vangelis, Jarre, and Roxy), synth pop ended up defining the ‘80s with a mix of percolating bloops, sublimated emotions and robotic dance moves. A few US groups got into the act but it was a UK-dominated field and ended up working its way into various genres, from new wave, neuro and post-punk to electro-funk, rap and today’s electro-pop. In our MU Synth Pop playlist, we collect the genre’s defining songs by artists like New Order, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Pet Shop Boys and more.

Listen to the MU Synth Pop Playlist.



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