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Watch Julien Baker Cover “One Man Guy” With Phoebe Bridgers

Julien Baker was a surprise opener for her Boygenius bandmate Phoebe Bridgers at Bridgers’ show at the William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA on Saturday night. To close out her set, Baker covered “One Man Guy,” a song originally written and performed by Loudon Wainwright III and then covered by his son Rufus on his 2001 album Poses. She brought out Bridgers to sing the cover with her. Baker also came out at the end of Bridgers’ set for “Graceland Too” and “I Know The End.” Check ...
Tags: Music, News, Rufus Wainwright, Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker, Rufus, Berkeley CA, Loudon Wainwright III, Bridgers, Julien Baker Cover, William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre


Musicians Aim To Revitalize The Maori Language

In 1999, when musician Dame Hinewehi Mohi sang the national anthem in Maori at the men’s Rugby World Cup, she got quite a backlash. Now, “awareness and celebration of Maori music is mirroring a shift in attitudes toward the language across New Zealand.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, New Zealand, Dame Hinewehi Mohi


Watch Pete Davidson & Rami Malek Sing A Country-Pop Squid Game Song On SNL

The Netflix show Squid Game is all certain people are talking about right now, so naturally Saturday Night Live riffed on it for a sketch in last night’s Young Thug-featuring episode. Pete Davidson and and episode host Rami Malek sang a whole country-pop song inspired by Squid Game, with the help of a country-pop artist who goes by the name Big Wet, who also appears in the sketch. The track uses the same tune as Big Wet and Branchez’s 2017 song “Turn Up On The Weekend.” It features various allus...
Tags: Music, News, Netflix, Saturday Night Live, Pete Davidson, Rami Malek, Squid Game, Big Wet, Branchez


Watch Young Thug Bring Out Travis Barker, Gunna, & Nate Reuss On SNL

Young Thug released his new album Punk on Friday, which featured guest appearances from Drake, Travis Scott, Doja Cat, Gunna, A$AP Rocky, Post Malone, among others. Those others also included Blink-182’s Travis Barker, Gunna, and Nate Reuss (of fun. fame), and they all came along with Thug for his first appearance on Saturday Night Live as a musical guest. Reuss and Gunna were there for their collab from the album called “Love You More”; Barker played drums for that and “Tick Tock,” which was th...
Tags: Music, News, Daniel Craig, Saturday Night Live, Prince, Pete Davidson, Young Thug, Kenan Thompson, Rami Malek, Travis Barker, Barker, Reuss, Jeff Bhasker, Gunna, AP Rocky Post Malone, Nate Reuss


Gandhi in heels? Maria Callas statue hits the wrong note

Critics compare figure of famous soprano erected in Greek capital to an Oscar statuette Drama in life, drama in posterity. For Maria Callas, Greece’s greatest diva, there is, even 44 years after her death, no let up from the artistic wrangling that was her lot.But this time the uproar is focused on a statue erected at the foot of the ancient Acropolis, opposite the Roman theatre where the world-renowned opera singer made her debut. Continue reading...
Tags: Art, Europe, Music, Greece, World news, Culture, Art and design, Sculpture, Acropolis, Roman, Gandhi, Maria Callas


Vince Neil Hospitalized After Falling Offstage

Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil was hospitalized after falling off the stage halfway through his set at the Monsters On The Mountain festival in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee yesterday. He was helped up by a roadie and someone from the security team and then taken to the nearest hospital in an ambulance.
Tags: Music, News, Tennessee, Vince Neil




‘I’m so glad you guys exist!’ Carrie Brownstein meets the Linda Lindas

When teenage LA punks the Linda Lindas went viral, they caught the attention of Amy Poehler, Jimmy Kimmel and original riot grrrl, Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney, who joins them for a cross-generational chinwagIn May, the US punk band the Linda Lindas went viral with a performance of their no-holds-barred track Racist, Sexist Boy. Written in response to a real-life incident in which drummer Mila de la Garza was racially harassed by a classmate, the song alternates between sludgy punk and br...
Tags: Music, La, US, Los Angeles, Culture, Pop and rock, Punk, Indie, Carrie Brownstein, Epitaph Records, Sleater Kinney, Lucia, Mila, Los Angeles Public Library, Linda Lindas, Amy Poehler Jimmy Kimmel


27 cool gift ideas for the music lover in your life

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. These gifts are perfect for musicians and music lovers alike. Vinyl Me Please/Instagram The music lover in your life can always be found listening to or playing music. Here are 27 gift ideas to fuel their passion for songs, bands, instruments, and any genre of music. Still looking for a great gift? Check out our list of the All-Time Best products we've ever tested. Table of Contents: Masthead Sti...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Gift Guide, Music, Etsy, Speakers, Trends, Features, Gifts, Headphones, Sony, Metallica, Gift Guides, Stubhub, Hans Zimmer, Lion King


Thyla – “3”


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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week’s countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify.
Tags: Music, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, The Alchemist, Kevin Morby, Cate Le Bon, Snail Mail, Hamilton Leithauser, Bruiser Brigade, Russ Millions


How Opera Invented The Modern Fan

Theater impresarios quickly recognized them as their ideal audience: the true-blue fans who reliably subscribed to the whole opera season; bought programs, auto­graphed photos; and drummed up the anticipation and conversation that kept theaters in business. – LitHub
Tags: Art, Music, Audience


Visa Delays Are Crippling US Music World

The delays have hampered many industries, but they are particularly upending classical music, which relies on stars from all over the world to make a circuit of leading concert halls and opera houses. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Visa Delays Are Crippling US Music World


Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

We got new music from superstars this week, with the latest tunes from Adele, Coldplay, and the Rock. Check back next week when they are all deemed ineligible for Grammys.
Tags: Music, Shut Up Dude, Adele Coldplay, Rock Check


Low Life – “Hammer & The Fist”

Last month, Low Life announced their new album From Squats To Lots: The Agony And XTC Of Low Life. At the time, they also shared a new song, the pseudo-title-track “Agony & XTC.” Today, they’re back with another one.
Tags: Music, New Music, Low Life


Degrassi Writer Says Drake Threatened Legal Action When His Character Ended Up In A Wheelchair

Before Drake was Drake, the biggest rap star in the world, he was Aubrey Graham, the guy who played basketball star Jimmy Brooks on the Canadian teen soap Degrassi: The Next Generation. Jimmy ended up spending several seasons confined to a wheelchair after being paralyzed in a school shooting, and Drake’s performance as “Wheelchair Jimmy” became a meme that haunted Drake throughout his early rap career. In the A.V. Club‘s new oral history celebrating Degrassi‘s 20th anniversary, writer James Hur...
Tags: Music, News, Drake, Jimmy, Aubrey Graham, Jimmy Brooks, James Hurst, Degrassi, Degrassi: The Next Generation


Beachheads – “Down South”

Beachheads, the power-pop quartet that shares half its members with the Norwegian metal band Kvelertak, are working on the full-length follow-up to their 2017 self-titled debut. They shared the new song “ ” earlier this year, and today they’re back with the jangling, chiming “Down South,” which guitarist Vidar Landa says is his favorite song on the album.
Tags: Music, New Music, Kvelertak, Beachheads, Vidar Landa


These earplugs help me protect my hearing at loud concerts, and they cost less than $30

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The Mumba Concert Earplugs are comfortable and affordable. Sarah Saril/Insider Concerts are making a comeback, so I got these Mumba earplugs to help protect my hearing. The Mumba Concert Earplugs are the cheapest and most comfortable earplugs I've tried. They allow me to enjoy live music and loud events while minimizing potential hearing damage. Concert Earplugs (small) Before the coronavirus pan...
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Julia Shapiro On How Tarot, Weed, Elliott Smith, & More Influenced Her New Album Zorked

Under The Influence is a new revival of a very old Stereogum franchise, in which we ask artists to talk about the inspirations behind their albums. From other music, to film, to novels, to stray notes left behind by friends, and who knows what else, this is what’s on people’s minds when they’re writing the songs we eventually come to know and love.
Tags: Music, Under The Influence, Elliott Smith, Julia Shapiro, Pinback, Jay Som


Elbow – “Six Words”

Back in September, Elbow announced their new album, Flying Dream 1, and earlier this month they shared its lead single, “The Seldom Seen Kid.” Now, the Manchester indie favorites have shared a gorgeous second song from their forthcoming effort titled “Six Words.”
Tags: Music, Manchester, Elbow, New Music


The Argument Turns 20

Fort Reno Park is a bucolic grassy expanse in Tenleytown, a fairly fancy neighborhood in Washington, DC. For decades, Fort Reno has hosted a summer series of volunteer-organized free concerts, and those shows have long been a crucial part of the DC punk experience. Starting in 1988, Fugazi played a free show at Fort Reno every summer, and in time, those shows became massive. Arriving at a Fugazi Fort Reno show felt like stepping into a movie, or a photo album. You’d walk over a hill, and a whole...
Tags: Music, Washington Dc, Fugazi, The Anniversary, Tenleytown, Fort Reno, Fort Reno Park, Fugazi Fort Reno


Susanna Hoffs – “Name Of The Game” (Feat. Aimee Mann) (Badfinger Cover)

The Bangles co-founder Susanna Hoffs has been a prolific covers artist over the years, specially on her Under The Covers series with Matthew Sweet, the first volume of which arrived in 2006, with sequels in 2009 and 2013. Now, Hoffs has announced a new covers album, Bright Lights, which will feature reworking of famous songs by Nick Drake, Badfinger, the Monkees, Prince, and more. Today, she’s sharing a reimagining of Badfinger’s “Name Of The Game” featuring Aimee Mann.
Tags: Music, New Music, Susanna Hoffs, Badfinger, Aimee Mann, Hoffs, Nick Drake Badfinger, Monkees Prince


Jamila Woods & Peter CottonTale – “WYD (You Got Me)”

Chicago’s Jamila Woods and Peter CottonTale have teamed up for a new song called “WYD (You Got Me),” an excerpt from the soundtrack to the forthcoming indie movie SUMMERTIME.
Tags: Music, Chicago, New Music, Jamila Woods, Peter Cottontale


The Russian Romance with the Guitar

It is difficult to imagine modern music without the guitar. It occupies an irreplaceable space in the modern ensemble. Its repertoire is vast, having been adapted to all genres of music. Each place it goes, it is adapted, and it was adapted for Russia as well. When the guitar first came to Russia, it had a unique sound and structure. But how did this versatile instrument make its appearance in Russia? Enter the beloved семистру́нка (семистру́нная гита́ра) the seven-string guitar. Фото автора Ka...
Tags: Music, Russia, Linguistics, Soviet Union


Twelve Predictions About The Future Of Music

Dead musicians will start by giving tours in concert halls, but as the cost of the technology goes down, they will begin performing everywhere. – Ted Gioia
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Disclosure – “Deep Sea”

Disclosure officially release their new DJ-Kicks mix today. In addition to songs by Harry Wolfman, Simon Hinter, Slum Science, and more, the mix features two new tracks from the UK dance music brother duo themselves. We’ve already heard the first, “Observer Effect,” and now you can listen to “Deep Sea” and stream the whole mix below.
Tags: Music, UK, Deep Sea, New Music, Disclosure, Harry Wolfman Simon Hinter


Stream Zack Fox’s Debut Album Shut The Fuck Up Talking To Me Feat. The Alchemist, Kenny Beats, & More

The rapper and comedian Zack Fox has a rare gift for saying wild shit. Fox, who started out being funny on Twitter, has repeatedly gone viral thanks to tracks like his Kenny Beats collaborations “Square Up” and “Jesus Is The One (I Got Depression),” as well as his all-star tribute to Three 6 Mafia’s “Slob On My Knob.” In recent months, Fox has collaborated with people like Bfb Da Packman and Fabo. Today, out of nowhere, Fox has released his debut album Shut The Fuck Up Talking To Me. On first li...
Tags: Music, Fox, Mafia, New Music, The Alchemist, Kenny, Zack Fox, Kenny Beats, Bfb Da Packman, Fabo Today


Laetitia Sadier – “New Moon”


Tags: Music, New Music, Stereolab, Laetitia Sadier, Tanya Small


Miranda Lambert – “If I Was A Cowboy”

Earlier this year, the great country star Miranda Lambert got together with her songwriting partners Jack Ingram and Jon Randall to release The Marfa Tapes, an extremely cool acoustic lo-fi album recorded outdoors, into a single mic, with background noise left in. Next week, Pistol Annies, Lambert’s trio with her friends Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley — will release their Christmas album Hell Of A Holiday; they recently shared the single “Snow Globe.” In between those two side-project recor...
Tags: Music, New Music, Miranda Lambert, Lambert, Ashley Monroe, Jack Ingram, Angaleena Presley, Jon Randall


The Month In Hardcore: October 2021

It’s pretty funny when rappers try to get crowds to mosh. Moshing at rap shows isn’t new, exactly — Onyx made “Slam” in 1993 — but as a widespread phenomenon, it’s a pretty recent development. Some rappers know how to set that shit off. Some do not. When the $uicideboy$’ Grey Day tour came to Richmond a week and a half ago, some of the acts from the duo’s G59 label would try to get the kids in the crowd to circle-pit, but they’d do it in between songs, when there was no music playing. This did n...
Tags: Music, Exhibition, Spice, Richmond, Onyx, Wise, Turnstile, Knocked Loose, Big Cheese, Guardrails, One Step Closer, Let The Roundup Begin, Soul Blind, Private Hell, Scowl, The Chisel



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