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'War on festivals': second New South Wales music event cancelled in a week

Mountain Sounds festival called off by organisers a week before event was due to take place on central coastA New South Wales music festival has been cancelled just a week out from the event, and the organisers say it’s “another example of the government’s war on festivals”.Mountain Sounds festival was due to be held on the central coast next weekend, but on Saturday the organisers announced it would not be going ahead. Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Australia news, Festivals, New South Wales, Sydney, Music Festivals


Gunna Announces The ‘Drip Or Drown 2’ Tour

Wasting little time, Gunna began the 2019 year teasing his new project, Drip Or Drown…
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Gunna Announces ‘Drip Or Drown 2’ Tour

Wasting little time, Gunna began the 2019 year teasing his new project, Drip Or Drown…
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What if Apple made hi-end Siri-enabled smart headphones?

Probably the only thing missing from Apple’s product roster is a pair of over-the-ear headphones. Apple has already developed and seen a fair share of success in the Airpods, and the Homepod (although the Homepod’s acceptance has been slightly underwhelming). The two products are immaculately engineered, and feature Apple’s very own Voice AI, Siri. The Airpods work with the iPhone, while the Homepod works independently, like all smart speakers. There is, however, a puzzle piece missing. The Ai...
Tags: Apple, Music, Design, Audio, Siri, Headphones, Popular, Product Design, Portable Audio, Airpod, HomePod, CURVED/labs, Studiopod


The 25 Top-Rated Hotels In The World All Have One Thing In Common

Scheduling time away from our daily work grinds — while clutched in winter's cruel embrace — is a seasonal no-brainer. But, actually finding time to plan such an escape is never as dreamy as the vacation idea itself. The multiple moving pieces of travel-planning equations can be dizzying to put together, starting squarely at where the heck to go — and more importantly, where the heck to stay. Sure, you could kick things off with a from-scratch destination search...Or, you could consult a tighte...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Turkey, Taiwan, Morocco, Tripadvisor, Mia, Maldives, Costa Rica, Florence, Istanbul, Belvedere, Ubud, Hanoi, Jaipur, Oceania


How I Went From A Bullied Teen To The First Male Cheerleader At The Super Bowl

The following interview was told to Thatiana Diaz and has been edited for length and clarity.I've been dancing since I was little. It took some getting used to for my dad, because I'm the youngest of two older brothers and they both competed in sports. They're black belts, so dancing with a whole squad of girls was a little bit harder for my dad to understand. I remember one day he asked me, "Are you sure you don't want to finish karate or anything like that?" But he eventually came around.I wa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, NFL, America, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Disneyland, Orange County, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles Rams, Rams, Orange Coast College, Quinton, Quinton Peron, Thatiana Diaz


Why stressed-out STEM workers should learn to play music

The facts that climate change is real and music relieves stress are the only two things scientists, by-and-large, seem to be in complete agreement on. That’s why we’re here to convince you to stop throwing plastic in the ocean and start playing a musical instrument. Step one: stop throwing plastic in the ocean. Moving on. Research shows that learning to play a musical instrument lowers stress, reduces anxiety, aids in developing problem-solving skills, stimulates the imagination, and provides a ...
Tags: Startups, Music, Creativity, Distract, Plugged, Moving on Research


Feel the beep: This album is played entirely on a PC motherboard speaker

If you’re craving a truly different sound with which to slay the crew this weekend, look no further than System Beeps, a new album by shiru8bit — though you may have to drag your old 486 out of storage to play it. Yes, this album runs in MS-DOS and its music is produced entirely through the PC speaker — you know, the one that can only beep. Now, chiptunes aren’t anything new. But the more popular ones tend to imitate the sounds found in classic computers and consoles like the Amiga and SNES. It’...
Tags: Gadgets, Gaming, Music, Media, Tech, Retro, DOS, Chiptunes, SNES, Shiru, Head Step


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. Well, it's 2019 and there sure is still a … More »
Tags: Music, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Blu, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Saul Williams, Laura Stevenson, Oh No, Charly Bliss, Black Dresses


I Used To Be Part Of A Pyramid Scheme But Now I Make $100K

In our series My 6-Figure Paycheck, women making more than $100,000 open up about how they got there and what exactly they do. We take a closer look at what it feels like to be a woman making six figures — when only 5% of American women make that much, according to the U.S. Census — w ith the hope it will give women insight into how to better navigate their own career and salary trajectories.Today, we chat with a client success manager from Shawnee, KS. Previously, we spoke to a senior partners...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Washington, San Francisco, Atlanta, Roy Williams, Seattle Wa, Don, U S Census, Shawnee, Kansas University KU, Tinton Falls NJ, Shawnee KS Previously


6 Amazing Ways To Further Your Education

If you’re thinking of furthering your education then you’re definitely in the right place. Whilst it can be a long and tiring process, the reward will definitely outweigh all of the stress and heartache that goes into learning something new. So, whether you’ve just graduated and you want to continue learning or you haven’t studied for years, here are 6 amazing ways you can further your education: 1. Sign Up For An Online Course One of the best ways to further your education is to sign up for ...
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Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

Against my better judgment I am in LA this weekend for the Grammy Awards. After last year's #GrammysSoMale backlash it was perhaps inevitable we'd see some pre-show controversy (#YouKnowThatKen), but as the Ringer's Rob Harvilla put it, "it is genuinely impressive that this situation keeps getting worse." … More »
Tags: Music, La, Shut Up Dude, Rob Harvilla


We Asked 5 French Women What They Really Think About Leggings

Even if you’re only mildly interested in fashion, you’re certainly aware of one of the industry’s most polarizing debates: Do leggings count as pants? We’ve seen the style staple everywhere from the pilates studio to the runway, but the fashion world remains divided. While some trend-conscious women are totally down for this buttonless, zipper-free, Spandex-y goodness, others think leggings don’t belong anywhere outside the walls of your local Equinox. It’s a question that stirs up a lot of sar...
Tags: Fashion, Music, France, Nike, Paris, Audrey Hepburn, Chaumet, Sarkamari, Aude Sarkamari Vanessa Grall, Grall, Vanessa Grall Clotilde Chaumet, Gaëlle Prudencio, Prudencio, Gaëlle Prudencio Ok, Aisling Greally, Aisling Greally Like


Lindsey Buckingham Recovering From Open Heart Surgery

Lindsey Buckingham recently underwent emergency open heart surgery, as his wife revealed in a note posted to the musician's social media pages. "He is now recuperating at home and each day he is stronger than the last," Kristen Buckingham writes. "While he and his heart are doing well, the surgery resulted in vocal … More »
Tags: Music, News, Lindsey Buckingham, Kristen Buckingham


Premature Evaluation: Ariana Grande’s thank u, next

Ariana Grande ended 2018 as the last real pop star left standing. Grande -- a veteran of kids' TV with an athletically absurd vocal range, an outsized personality, and a willingness to work within the parameters of the pop machine -- was the type of star who seemed precision-engineered to dominate a few short years … More »
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Premature Evaluation: Ariana Grande thank u, next

Ariana Grande ended 2018 as the last real pop star left standing. Grande -- a veteran of kids' TV with an athletically absurd vocal range, an outsized personality, and a willingness to work within the parameters of the pop machine -- was the type of star who seemed precision-engineered to dominate a few short years … More »
Tags: Music, Ariana Grande, Premature Evaluation, Grande


Pop Music Used To Be All About The Album. Now, That Model Has Been Blown Up

“While it does take longer for artists to get to their first album, once they are there, everything accelerates. Suddenly they reach a level that might have previously been reached by album two or three. Are they rising fast to then decline just as fast? Only time will tell.” – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, 02.07.19


Constellation Piercings Are One L.A. Trend That Never Gets Old

The only thing millennials love more than getting text notifications from horoscope apps, podcasts about the grifter du jour, and Timothée Chalamet are piercings. But not just any piercing — we're talking about constellation piercings.Not unlike the astronomical origins from which the trend gets its name, constellation piercings are a group of multiple piercings, normally three or more, that create unique patterns and shapes on the ear. The trend itself has been around for years, but it wasn't ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Thompson, Riverdale, Lili Reinhart, Tash, Maria Tash, Brian Keith Thompson, Ben Tauber, Hailey Bieber


21 Savage’s Immigration Case Has Mobilized the Music Community. Here’s Everything to Know

The arrest of rapper 21 Savage by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Atlanta on Super Bowl Sunday has prompted widespread outrage from the music community as well as immigration advocates and raised many questions. Attorneys for the rapper, born She’yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, dispute claims from immigration authorities that he first arrived in the…
Tags: Music, News, Immigration, Uncategorized, Atlanta, U S Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE, Onetime, Bin Abraham Joseph, Savage 's Immigration Case Has


Self Care: How Sleep Can Revolutionize Your Life and Improve Performance

When we set out to improve our lifestyle by taking care of our health and joining a gym, we often rush down to the supplement store and load up on goodies. In fact, recent studies have found that the supplement industry has grown to over 200-billion dollars in annual revenue from gym enthusiasts around the globe. But what if there were something, we could incorporate into our lifestyle that was more powerful than supplements and less expensive than organic food? Sleep, contrary to popular beli...
Tags: Health, Life, Guest Post, Jazz, University Of Chicago, U S National Library of Medicine, Sleep Foundation, Paige Jirsa


Daddy’s Hangout Presents Mixtape Friday Volume 6

Can you believe that Friday has arrived already? This week have flown by and that means it’s time for another Mixtape Friday. The week started with the Mood Muzik set from Joe Budden and this is the first of four. Joe Budden name has been tossed around lately as the Game is trying to reignite their feud from the middle 2000s. After that my selection went to a little known artist from No Limit Records names Lil Italy. Lil Italy only dropped one album on No Limit, and it was called On Top of the...
Tags: Music, New York, World, Jazz, Mary J Blige, Joe, Muzik, Joe Budden, Lil Italy, Mixtapes/Compilation Albums, Jaime Foxx, Joe Jadakiss, Mixtape Friday, Don Cartagena, Joe Don Cartagena, Charli Baltimore Vita Jaime Foxx


New Video: Tyga, G-Eazy & Rich the Kid “Girls Have Fun”

Tyga started the new year off strong with two new singles, “Floss In the Bank” and “Girls Have Fun.” The latter record now comes to life with an official music video, co-starring G-Eazy and Rich the Kid. Escaping to a tropical setting, the trio of young rap stars get wild and enjoy the presence of hundreds of scantily clad girls by the water. Filled with bikinis and plenty of twerking, watch the crazy pool party below. Continue after the jump…. Previously: Tyga, G-Eazy & Rich the Kid ...
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Bank, Tyga, G-Eazy, Rich The Kid, Tyga G Eazy


KORN Legal Drama, TOOL Album Update & 8 Other Stories You May Have Missed This Week

It's been a big week for wild news stories and we got you covered. Here are the top stories of... The post KORN Legal Drama, TOOL Album Update & 8 Other Stories You May Have Missed This Week appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Latest News, Korn


Queensrÿche Mad Libs A Review Of Their Own Band And Talks New Album

Frank sits down with Queensryche to play a game of mad libs, where the guys wind up writing a review... The post Queensrÿche Mad Libs A Review Of Their Own Band And Talks New Album appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Queensryche, Queensrÿche Mad Libs


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 Alquimia, who had the best zinger: Hmmm, I think I like the... The post CAPTION CONTEST: Enter Your Funniest Caption & You Could Win A Free CD From Our Giveaway Pile appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Caption Contest, Alquimia


ABIOTIC Returns From Hiatus With Tour Announcement, Studio Time

No longer devoid of all life. The post ABIOTIC Returns From Hiatus With Tour Announcement, Studio Time appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Fuck Yes, Abiotic


BLACK FRIDAY: ROTTING CHRIST Speaks to Three Decades of Music, Freedom of Speech, and The Heretics

The band's founder, Sakis Tolis, speaks to Black Friday in a candid interview. The post BLACK FRIDAY: ROTTING CHRIST Speaks to Three Decades of Music, Freedom of Speech, and The Heretics appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Black Friday, Music, Interviews, Rotting Christ, Sakis Tolis



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