R. Kelly Reportedly Having Panic Attacks Over “Surviving R. Kelly” Lifetime Documentary

Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary series is reportedly taking a toll on R. Kelly, TMZ reports.According to the gossip site, the singer-songwriter has been so stressed out about the whole situation that he’s been suffering from severe panic attacks, which started in the days leading up to the 6-episode series airing last week and has continued even afterward. TMZ reported that one attack was so serious that he had to seek treatment at a hospital.“Surviving R. Kelly” documented in great ...
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Philip Glass Finishes His David Bowie Trilogy, Debuting His Lodger Symphony

Sometimes I feel The need to move on So I pack a bag And move on Move on --David Bowie, “Move On” We might have been calling it the Lake Geneva Trilogy, given David Bowie’s recuperative sojourn in Switzerland after the emptiness he felt in L.A. The first album in the Berlin Trilogy, Low, was mostly recorded in France, and the last album of the trilogy, Lodger, in Montreaux in 1979. But they were almost all written in, around, and about Berlin, where Bowie found what he was looking for—a ...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, France, Berlin, Los Angeles, David Bowie, Switzerland, John Adams, Times, Gary Oldman, Low, Los Angeles Times, Philip Glass, Bowie

Diss Tracks Between So-Cal Latino Rappers Annimeanz & Yung Gritty Go Public

Been noticing an exchange of words between the camps of Annimeanz of Los Angeles, and Yung Gritty out the Inland Empire, formally known as Yung Blu. Soon after Annimeanz called out Yung Gritty for having a ghostwriter and accepting a studio session on his terms with fellow label mate Young Note, due to high tensions the real live session appeared not to happen. Instead the diss tracks are out from both respective artists exclusively on LatinBeastTV. It’s for the public to decide who bodied who,...
Tags: News, Jazz, Inland Empire, Yung, Annimeanz, Yung Gritty, Annimeanz of Los Angeles, Yung Blu

Dead & Co. Add Live Recordings To Spotify, Apple Music

Dead & Company, the stadium selling, John Mayer fronted Grateful Dead offshoot, is releasing two years of recording of its live shows to Spotify, Apple Music and other streamers.  Live audio for these recordings was mixed and remastered by Dead & Company’s Front of House Engineer, Derek Featherstone, and the band’s Recording Engineer, Ross Harris. Hear Dead & Company on Spotify Hear Dead & Company on Apple Music DEAD & COMPANY  Streaming Release Schedule January 10 Playin...
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Savage The Poet – “Jordan Year” (Album)

Brooklyn’s very own Savage The Poet drops poetic verses and savage bars on his new project, “Jordan Year”. 
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8 Foundations That Will Treat Your Acne While Hiding It

When confronted with foundation that reads "sheer" or "dewy," those with acne-prone skin have the same kind of involuntary, leg-jerk reaction you get when the doctor taps your kneecap (only maybe a little more subtle). After backing away, the next course of action is often to layer on a heavy-duty formula to cover up all the red bumps (then layer on some more).But, as you probably know but don't want to think about, that only clogs pores further, making matters worse. So what's one to do? If yo...
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How a group of guys from Moscow became an internationally renowned Chicago tribute band

Leonid Vorobyev says he loved the music of Chicago since the first time he heard the band as a teenager in Russia more than 40 years ago. A choir conductor by training, he’d also played in a handful of casual rock bands and spent 25 years as a recording studio sound engineer, too. So four years ago when Vorobyev approached 60, the age of retirement in Russia, he decided to celebrate by bringing together all the art and craft he’d worked so hard to master and make the best cover of a Chicago song...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Music, Youtube, Russia, New York City, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Moscow, Siberia, Coachella, Soviet Union

Moschino Had A Code Word For Black Shoppers — & It Leads To A Larger Problem

In 2018, Black people were constantly reminded that we can’t barbecue, nap, or even shop without experiencing prejudice. And in 2019, the narrative that Black people don’t belong in particular spaces persists.In December, Shameal Lataillade filed a complaint against her former employer Moschino, alleging an assistant manager at the West Hollywood, Los Angeles store referred to Black shoppers as “Serena” and asked employees to follow them round the store. According to The Fashion Law, Lataillade...
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Listen to Siouxsie Sioux's absolutely magnificent isolated vocal track from "The Killing Jar"

Siouxsie and the Banshees' "The Killing Jar" from Peepshow (1988) is easily one of the band's finest tracks from an incredible body of work that has aged with grace. I consider this isolated recording below of Siouxsie's soaring and hauntingly majestic vocals to be a gift from a time when I wore too much eyeliner and drove hundreds of miles with my best friend to see the Peepshow performance in a small Detroit theater. Yes, it was worth it. And here is the full recording of "The Killing...
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The Experts' Guide To The Best New York City Hair Salons

Finding a salon and a hairstylist is like dating. You have to play the field a bit, get together a couple of times, weigh your options, and ultimately decide whether they're worth settling down for. It's exhausting, but once you meet the one, there's no turning back.For those Big Apple go-getters still single in the salon department (or for those casual daters finally looking to make things official), we're here to play matchmaker. We asked our beauty editors (who have some of the best hair in ...
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13 Of The Internet's Top Rated Sports Bras

Welcome to Hype Machine, our hit-list of the top reviewed products across the web — according to a crowd of die-hard shoppers. Call this your 4-star & up only club, with entry granted by our devoted-to-the-goods shop editors.When Lisa Lindhal invented the sports bra in 1977, she was mostly just looking for something more comfortable to wear when she went on runs (fun fact: she called the first sports bra she made the "jockbra" because it was made by sewing two jock straps together). Little did ...
Tags: Amazon, Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, New York, Nike, Walmart, Victoria, Zappos, Brooks, DDD, Wacoal, Lisa Lindhal, Kate Fredricks, Brooks RunningWhat, JHousetee Amazon

These Movies That Will Remind You What It Truly Means To Be Cold

Photo: Courtesy of Buena Vista Pictures Distribution; Illustrated by Mallory Heyer. The Weeknd can't feel his face. You can't feel your face, your toes, or your fingers, and you're fairly certain that your ears now resemble two frozen Jimmy Dean sausage patties. Welcome to winter, everyone!Unless you're off to Gstaad for a spot of skiing with Mitzi and Lance, there's really only way to get through the sub-zero temps and slippery surfaces: a good old-fashioned movie night, served up with a ro...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, New York, Hollywood, London, Jennifer Lawrence, Jack Nicholson, North Korea, France, Russia, New York City, America, Chicago, Pennsylvania, Alaska

Here’s what you actually need in your home recording studio

Giant recording studios with millions of dollars worth of gear and gold records lining the walls incite a certain nostalgia in those of us who grew up in a time when Berry Gordy and Rick Rubin were as well known as the stars they produced. But those days are long gone, and those big studios no longer do much you can’t do at home. It’s 2019 now and it has never been easier or cheaper to build a home recording studio. Don’t get me wrong — it’s never been easier to spend a boatload of money on gear...
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New Music To Know This Week: Sharon Van Etten, Lauren Jauregui & Some Serious Rock

Ever since my first job at MTV working as a music programmer, I can't stop trying to match people with music they might like. So, I wrote a book calledRecord Collecting for Girls and started interviewing musicians. The Music Concierge is a column where I share music I'm listening to that you might enjoy, with a little context. Get everything I've recommended this year on Spotify, follow me on Twitter or Facebook, and leave a comment below telling me what you're listening to this week. Sharon V...
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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

There's a new Deerhunter album out next week. Have you read our interview with Bradford Cox? If not, then you absolutely should. What are you waiting for?!?! Happy weekend, dive into the five best songs of the week below. More »
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Mike Patton To Sing National Anthem at Rams vs. Cowboys NFL Playoff Game

A big stage for the Faith No More frontman. The post Mike Patton To Sing National Anthem at Rams vs. Cowboys NFL Playoff Game appeared first on Metal Injection.
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Mike Patton To Sing National Anthem at Rams vs. Cowboys NFL Playoff Game Tomorrow

A big stage for the Faith No More frontman. The post Mike Patton To Sing National Anthem at Rams vs. Cowboys NFL Playoff Game Tomorrow appeared first on Metal Injection.
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10 OPI Nail Polish Colors Everyone Agrees On

Think of the nail polish that raised you. Maybe it was the bright poppy red you watched your mom paint on her toes every summer, or the shiny bubblegum pink you drained until it was dry and crusty in middle school. Whatever your memory, chances are good that the glass bottle sticking out in your mind had a faded OPI label on it.The nail brand is iconic, thanks to its signature long-wearing, glossy formula and cheeky shade names. But with more than 500 bottles, shopping for a simple nude out of ...
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Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

It's moving day at Valence Media, which means next week we'll be reviewing James Blake in Times Square, baby. Times Square is not the ideal place to commute to, sure, but neither is our current office in midtown. Still, we've been here for two years so let's remember some of our memorable moments on Madison … More »
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Mark Morton's New Song w/Chester, Corey Begins Recording SLIPKNOT Vox & 8 Other Stories You May Have Missed This Week

Half the month is almost over. It's cold. Here's what you missed this week: Wendy's Roasts GWAR, CKY, CHELSEA GRIN,... The post Mark Morton's New Song w/Chester, Corey Begins Recording SLIPKNOT Vox & 8 Other Stories You May Have Missed This Week appeared first on Metal Injection.
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Our Private Prisons: Interview with 'Still' Director, Takashi Doscher

None "I was very much wrestling with the question of time and our modern or not so modern definitions of relationships, love and monogamy, and even sexuality a bit" explains director Takashi Doscher of his narrative feature debut Still (2018). When hiker Lily (Madeline Brewer) loses her way on the Appalachian Trail, she stumbles onto an isolated farm and encounters a seemingly odd couple. While Ella (Lydia Wilson) is happy to take her in, Adam (Nick Blood) is initially less hospitable, and as ...
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MEGADETH's Big Announcement Is… A Greatest Hits Compilation

A few days ago, Megadeth announced that they would be making an announcement on January 11th. Today is that day... The post MEGADETH's Big Announcement Is… A Greatest Hits Compilation appeared first on Metal Injection.
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How Verdi Took Care Of His Friends: A Retirement Home For Opera Singers

Using his own fortune, Verdi built the retirement home for opera singers and musicians, a neo-Gothic structure that opened in 1899. The composer died less than two years later, but he made sure the profits from his music copyrights kept the home running until the early 1960s, when they expired. Today guests pay a portion of their monthly pension to cover basic costs – food and lodging — while the rest comes from donations. – NPR
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The Best — & Worst — Types Of Alcohol For Your Skin

It's two weeks into January, and if you've resolved to go dry — cutting out alcohol — you might be feeling a change of heart heading into the weekend. While it's no beauty elixir, one glass of red wine a day is okay, even healthy, some might say. But when you start your morning with a round of mimosas at brunch, down a vodka shot around midnight, and account for a few beers in between — the repercussions are not so fun. Not only does it mess with your clarity of mind, drinking can seriously fuc...
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CAPTION CONTEST: Enter Your Funniest Caption & You Could Win A Free CD From Our Giveaway Pile

First thing's first: Last week's winner! Congratulations to PoppedeyeLeSailor, who had the best zinger: Eminem Shadows Now for this week's... The post CAPTION CONTEST: Enter Your Funniest Caption & You Could Win A Free CD From Our Giveaway Pile appeared first on Metal Injection.
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Amaal: Not What I Thought

Setting a break-up ballad against the bleak, beautiful landscapes of Iceland always seems to yield success. Toronto-based Amaal does so in “Not What I Thought,” to striking result. Director Sean Brown casts intimate close-ups against shots of sheer alienation. A mood is built through the visuals that complements Amaal’s vocal grace. The track is the recording artist’s first from a forthcoming EP.
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Toronto, Culture, Iceland, Listenup, New Music, Sean Brown, Amaal

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