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Caribou has shared the Suddenly Remixes EP. The four-track release includes reworks of songs from Dan Snaith’s most recent album from producers Shanti Celeste, Kareem Ali, India Jordan, and Logic1000. Take a listen to the EP below. Earlier this year, Dan Snaith shared longtime friend and creative collaborator Four Tet’s take on the Suddenly track
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Quibi, the streaming service started by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, is shutting down six months after launching, the Wall Street Journal reports. According to WSJ, the decision to shutter the company was made in an attempt to return as much capital to investors as possible. Read WSJ’s full report here. Quibi cost $4.99 a
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You can say a lot of things about rapper and impresario DawgGoneDavis, but one thing you can’t say is that she gives up. “No More”, Davis’ latest concoction is a blending of killer melodic guitar riffs, passionate backup vocals and Davis’ whimsical spoken word/rap stylings. You might call her style and her image a bit
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Wu-Tang Clan rapper Raekwon has announced his first memoir, as Rolling Stone points out. The Story of Raekwon is slated for publication in 2021 via Gallery Books. The memoir was co-written by Raekwon and music journalist Anthony Bozza, who has written books on Eminem and AC/DC. In a statement viewed by Rolling Stone, Raekwon wrote
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Dolly Parton was a guest on tonight’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. During Parton’s interview where she discussed her new book Songteller and upcoming Christmas album, she spontaneously broke out into song. She sang the bluegrass standard “Bury Me Beneath the Willow,” and as she sang, Colbert began legitimately crying.  “So I
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Tony Lewis, bassist and lead vocalist for English rock band the Outfield, has died. He was 62 years old. The news of Lewis’ death was posted on his official website as well as social media platforms. “It is with great sadness and sorrow to announce that Tony Lewis has unexpectedly passed away,” the announcement reads.
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Ela Minus has shared the latest single from her debut album, acts of rebellion. The new track is called “dominique.” Check it out below. The Colombian musician releases acts of rebellion this Friday, October 23, via Domino. The album was recorded in her Brooklyn apartment. Before “dominique,” Minus shared “megapunk,” “they told us it was
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Patti Smith appeared today on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast promoting the paperback edition of her 2019 book The Year of the Monkey, her relationships with Chelsea hotel denizens like William S. Burroughs and her “cowboy writer” Sam Shepherd, and the time Allen Ginsberg tried to pick her up because he thought she was “a very
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Saying that 2020 has been a year of diverse output for the international underground just isn’t fair – when compared side by side with recent years past, 2020 has been a rainbow of rhythm and tonality that a lot of critics really couldn’t have seen coming. This fall, Canadian players like Chris Ning are gaining
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Last night (October 17) during NIVA’s virtual Save Our Stages Fest, Miley Cyrus performed with a full band at Hollywood’s legendary Whisky a Go-Go. During her set, Miley covered the Cranberries’ 1994 single “Zombie,” as well as the Cure’s iconic track “Boys Don’t Cry.” Miley also sang her recent song “Midnight Sky.” Check out Miley’s
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Adele has been announced as host for the upcoming episode of Saturday Night Live, set to air on October 24. The singer tweeted the news earlier today, which also revealed that this weekend’s musical guest will be H.E.R. Find the announcement below. Adele released her third album, 25, back in November 2015. She took home
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Ariana Grande has teased something called “Positions.” It’ll arrive next week, according to a countdown clock on her website. Following her tweet earlier this week promising new material, the clock also alludes to more material arriving on October 30. See more here. Last year, Grande released two albums: thank u, next in February and k
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Bob Biggs, who helped put Los Angeles punk on the map with his independent label Slash Records, has died, according to Deadline. He was 74. Biggs launched Slash Records in 1978, coming on to the Los Angeles punk zine Slash and developing the label out of the publication after its original founding. Along with Slash,
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Last night the Grammys honored nearly a dozen artists with Lifetime Achievement Awards during the “Great Performances: GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends” tribute special. Two John Prine songs were performed: “Storm Windows” (Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires) and “I Remember Everything” (Brandi Carlile). Yola covered Sister Rosetta Tharpe’s “Up Above My Head, I Hear Music
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Even in despair and betrayal, singer/songwriter Tanille exudes grace. Her new song “Not This Time” plays out like a soap opera, but Tanille’s fierce voice and harmonizing leaves the listener to dream up only scenario – she took the high road. “Not This Time” is a love gone wrong story, but it doesn’t mean things
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Gorillaz have announced a new Apple Music radio show, Song Machine Radio. Each of the band’s characters—2D, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle, and Russel—will host an hour-long episode of the series, with music selections, special guests, and “segments with Gorillaz co-founders Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett.” The first episode with 2D airs Monday, October 19 at 5
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Beyoncé’s HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM, which captured her iconic 2018 Coachella set, is coming to vinyl for the first time. The 4xLP set—out December 4—comes with a 52-page booklet. Preview the record below. Beyoncé released her HOMECOMING documentary on Netflix in April 2019. Earlier this year, she shared the song “BLACK PARADE” and then the
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