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Movies, Music, and Books That Enter the Public Domain Today

Today isn’t just a day to nurse your hangover from New Year’s Eve—it’s also a day to celebrate the public domain. Movies, books, music, and more from 1924 are all entering the public domain today, meaning that you’re free to download, upload, and share these titles however you see fit. And it’s completely legal.Read more...
Tags: Books, Music, Science, Movies, Public Domain, Public Domain Today


Wild Nothing – “Foyer”

Back in January of 2019, Wild Nothing shared "Blue Wings," a standalone track left over from the sessions for their 2018 album Indigo. It would turn out to be the only music Jack Tatum's project released last year. But just as the ball dropped, Tatum unveiled another new song plus plans for a … More »
Tags: Music, Wild Nothing, Jack Tatum, Tatum


Dufflebag Cal ft. Kronik – “Ballerz Gala” (Video)

Best known for his latest hit, “Blessings,” New York rapper Dufflebag Cal returns with an impactful new visual called “Ballerz Gala”. For the New Year, the fast-rising slick talker delivers his most stylish effort yet. Featuring talented recording artist Kronik, Cal is draped up and dripped out as he plays host to an extravagant mansion party. Similar to a young Hugh Hefner, surrounded by a following of beautiful women, Cal raps about fasting living filled with endless amounts of blue faces, s...
Tags: Videos, New York, Instagram, Hugh Hefner, Jazz, Cal, Kronik, Ballerz Gala, Dufflebag Cal, Kronik Cal


Starting another decade of ... Live jazz in Rochester, January 2-8

Every Wednesday, every week, you'll find the next seven days of jazz in and around Rochester right here on JazzRochester. Share us with your friends and family who love live jazz.  Check us out on social media (links at the top of the column to the right (on the website if you're getting this via email). Let your friends know we're here!  If you hear about something that I haven't added below, please drop me a line (use the Contact Us link above),  give me the details, and I'll add it to the po...
Tags: Jazz, Rochester, NICK, Hanna, Fairport, Terri Lyne Carrington, Charley Brown, Party House, Jazz Around Town, Greg Bell, Laura Dubin, Bop Shop Records, Rochester Click, Jim Nugent, Mardi Gras party, Al Biles


90er Revival: Der Lipgloss ist zurück & wir haben den Trend ausprobiert

Was Lippenstifte angeht, liegen seit einer Weile ganz klar Produkte mit einem matten Finish im Trend. Warum? Weil die meisten lange halten und einen Instagram tauglichen Samteffekt haben. Von Artdeco über NYX Professional Makeup bis hin zu Yves Saint Laurent, führen so gut wie alle Brands matte Lippenstiffte. Auch was die Farbe angeht ist die Auswahl groß: Die Palette reicht von Nudenuancen à la Kylie Jenner bis hin zu aufregenden, tiefen Rottönen. Doch jetzt, kurz vor Beginn des neuen Jahres, s...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kylie Jenner, Weil, Oder, Wahl, Stila, Lipgloss, Lip Gloss, Glanz, Konsistenz, Illamasqua, Zadig Voltaire, Lippen, Haaren, Der Lipgloss


Bobbi Kristina’s Ex, Nick Gordon, Dead at 30 From Drug Overdose

Bobbi Kristina Brown’s ex-boyfriend Nick Gordon has died at the age of 30 following a drug overdose. Gordon’s brother, Jack Walker Jr., confirmed to People that Gordon passed away Wednesday (Jan. 1) in Florida. “We are devastated by the loss of my beautiful brother,” Walker Jr. told the magazine in a statement. “He leaves a void in the hearts of my family and his friends. Nick’s battle in life was not an easy one. I will be forever grateful that my God afforded a small moment at the very end of ...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, Celebs, Georgia, Daily Mail, Pop Culture, Jazz, NICK, Bobbi Kristina, Bobbi Kristina Brown, Brown, Gordon, Gordon Gordon, Nick Gordon, R.I.P, Celebrity Deaths


Former NBA Commissioner David Stern Passes Away

Former NBA Commissioner David Stern passes away at the age of 77. His death comes just a few weeks after suffering a brain hemorrhage on Dec. 17. Stern was the commissioner of the league for 30 years, holding the position from 1984 through 2014, and was succeeded by current commissioner Adam Silver. When he first entered the league, basketball was not what it is today. Over his tenure, the popularity of the sport grew exponentially. His impact was felt by many, and even those who entered the l...
Tags: Sports, David, Michael Jordan, Basketball, Nba, Jazz, Adam Silver, Stern, David Stern, All Sports Talk


Music Streaming Jumped to 80 Percent of the U.S. Market by the End of the Decade

Music streaming made a killing this decade as far as U.S. market domination—and more and more users are willing to pay for it too, according to statistics from the Recording Industry Association of America.Read more...
Tags: Music, Science, Music Streaming, Streaming, Streaming Wars, Recording Industry Association of America Read


Stream: Prettypleas, ‘Better Luck Next Year’

Here’s one final song for the holiday season — a beautiful and poignant one at that — and perfect for New Year’s Day. It’s from a duo going by the moniker Prettypleas, a collaboration between two longtime L.A. musicians who have worked together before but now have given the project a rather ingenious name. “Better Luck Next Year,” released right before Christmas, is the brainchild of Jacqueline Santillán Beighley, one-half of the husband-wife duo Wait. Think. Fast, and Jake Gideon, who fronts lo...
Tags: Music, Featured, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Jacqueline Santillan Beighley, Jacqueline Santillan, Jake Gideon, Prettypleas


Daddy’s Hangout 2020 Wild Card Predictions

After another great regular season, it’s playoffs time. The final weekend of football decided playoff spots and positioning. Week 17 was almost perfect with my record being 9-1. The only game that many people didn’t see coming was the Dolphins beating the Patriots in a huge upset. With that loss, New England dropped to the third spot while Kansas City moved to second and secured a 1st round bye. My overall mark going into the playoffs is 83-44, which is great seeing how terrible things had got...
Tags: Minnesota, Minneapolis, New Orleans Saints, Dolphins, Tennessee, New Orleans, Jazz, Miami, Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills, Watson, Philadelphia, Nfc, Minnesota Vikings, Houston, Kansas City


Faith Healer – “2020”

The Edmonton duo Faith Healer have released two fantastic, fascinating albums -- 2015's Cosmic Troubles and 2017's Try ;-) -- and perhaps they're aiming to add a third in 2020? Just before we embarked upon the new decade last night, Jessica Jalbert and Renny Wilson shared two versions of a new … More »
Tags: Music, Edmonton, Jessica Jalbert, Renny Wilson


There Is Only One You with Clemency Burton-Hill

There are 7106 languages on earth and yet there are a few universal languages that transcends the language barrier. In this episode we explore one of the first universal languages of human history: music. My guest today is Clemency Burton-Hill. From underground DJ to the Creative Director at New York Public Radio, she is an author, a musician, and host of multiple podcasts including The Open Ears Project, Classical Fix, and Moments that Made Me. Her latest book, Year of Wonder helps readers expl...
Tags: Photography, Podcast, Music, Passion, Creativity, Language, Creative Director, Burton Hill, chasejarvisLIVE, CreativeLive CreativeLive, New York Public Radio


Watch The Strokes Debut New Song “Ode To The Mets,” Confirm 2020 Album At Brooklyn NYE Show

Around the time the Strokes announced a New Year's Eve show at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, their booking agent Marsha Vlasic confirmed they had new music on the way, their first since 2016's Future Present Past EP. That show happened last night -- Happy New Year! -- and during the course … More »
Tags: Video, Music, The Strokes, Brooklyn, Mac Demarco, Barclays Center, Marsha Vlasic


BTS Successfully Counted Down to 2020 at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Back in 2018, K-pop group BTS performed a pre-recorded segment for Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve celebration to ring in the new year. Two years later, for 2020, the super-popular supergroup upped the ante — by showing up at Manhattan’s Times Square in the flesh to perform live for the masses waiting for the ball to drop at the famous New Year’s Eve event hosted by Ryan Seacrest. And the South Korean boy band did not disappoint, delighting the ARMY (as its fans are known) with renditio...
Tags: Music, News, Youtube, Ryan Seacrest, Uncategorized, Korea, Manhattan, New Years Eve, Halsey, Times Square, Malone, Dick Clark, Sam Hunt, New York Times Square, Alanis Morisette, Onetime


Madonna, Motown and Mongolian metal: the music to listen out for in 2020

The queen of pop gets intimate, Taylor Swift feels the sunshine and Stormzy takes on the world … plus, classical celebrations begin for Beethoven’s 250th Continue reading...
Tags: Music, Metal, Lana Del Rey, Taylor Swift, Pink Floyd, Tame Impala, The Who, Culture, Pop and rock, Hip-hop, Elton John, Classical Music, Beethoven, Jazz, Madonna, Harry Styles


'Pushover' (1954)

Last Friday, I featured Strangers When We Meet, directed by Richard Quine. Today, a movie that Quine made six years earlier—Pushover (1954). The film noir is notable for several reasons. It was Kim Novak's first feature film, and she runs away with it as the cool femme fatale. Fred MacMurray stars, appearing in Pushover one month after The Caine Mutiny and two months before he was in Woman's World. E.G. Marshall plays Lieutenant Carl Eckstrom. And Phil Carey plays detective Rick McAllister, the...
Tags: Jazz, Barbra Streisand, Marshall, Burbank, Novak, Kim Novak, Archie Bunker, Quine, Marc Myers, Fred MacMurray, MacMurray, Richard Quine, Carl Eckstrom, Phil Carey, Rick McAllister, Fred MacMurray Kim Novak


The Tens Place Changeth

On December 31, 2009 I was living in the Central Time Zone, which means that this post from Way Out West comes as I enjoy a two hour bonus to my twenty-teens. Ten years ago tonight I suspect I was in bed before midnight, which will likely be the case here as well. I will sleep about as well as I ever do knowing that, if the sun indeed fails to rise tomorrow, it will not be because of a mere mathematical coincidence, and also that this coincidence will have driven countless revelers to deserve th...
Tags: Holidays, Time, Jazz, Central Time Zone, Stefan Kac, Blog Month Outros, Blog Month 2019


Polish composer's lost wartime concerto brought to life

Ludomir Różycki buried his composition in a Warsaw garden as he fled the NazisEwa Wyszogrodzka is grateful for the unknown builders who, after discovering a suitcase in the garden of a destroyed house in Warsaw at the end of the second world war, handed it to authorities.Its contents – pages of musical composition – were placed in the Polish national library for safekeeping, where they lay forgotten for years. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Music, World news, Culture, Second world war, Classical Music, Poland, Warsaw, Ludomir Różycki



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