Toga Doin’Work – “Word’s Can’t Explain”

Rising Washington, DC based artist Toga Doin’Work releases his latest single titled “Word’s Can’t Explain“.  Follow him on IG @togadoinwork. 
Tags: Washington Dc, Jazz, Singles, Toga Doin'Work

Family Friend Reveals How Vanessa Bryant is Coping With the Devastating Loss of Her Husband & Child: “She Can Hardly Keep It Together”

The world continues to mourn and process the loss of NBA great Kobe Bryant. But no one is grieving more than his longtime wife, Vanessa Bryant, who also lost her second-born child in the fatal helicopter crash. Seeking privacy during this unimaginably difficult time, Vanessa recently made her social media accounts private and she has not made a public statement since the crash on Sunday (Jan. 26) that left nine people dead including her husband and 13-year-old daughter, Gianna. However, People i...
Tags: Celebs, Sports, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kobe Bryant, Vanessa, Kobe, Natalia, Bianka, Vanessa Bryant, Family Tragedies, Gianna However People

Kesha – “Tonight”

At the end of the week, Kesha will release her new album High Road, an entertaining and sometimes moving collection of songs on which she successfully moves beyond the drama that has defined her last few years. After releasing advance singles "Raising Hell" (the one with Big Freedia and a televangelism-themed … More »
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Kelley Deal Joining Protomartyr As Touring Member For Upcoming Dates

I-75 indie heroes Protomartyr (of Detroit) and Kelley Deal (of Dayton) worked closely together on 2018's "Consolation E.P." Now they're taking the relationship to the next level: The Breeders legend will be a member of the Protomartyr live band for a series of upcoming Midwest tour dates. More »
Tags: Music, News, Detroit, Protomartyr, Breeders, Kelley, Kelley Deal, Kelley Deal of Dayton

Knxwledge – ‘MEEK​.​VOL5_ ‘ (Mixtape)

Reimagining classic Meek Mill freestyles.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Meek Mill, Knxwledge

Juliana Hatfield uncovers decades’ worth of inspiration at the Echoplex

[See image gallery at] Los Angeles has had a long-running yet intermittent love affair with Juliana Hatfield dating back to the days the Blake Babies broke out of the college radio ranks and her Juliana Hatfield Three project followed. Since then, she’d sweep through town every few years like a breath of fresh air. Her songwriting craft and musicianship are second-to-none in an industry of bar-chord rock. She can do it all with an open heart and open fingering on the fretboard. She...
Tags: Music, Featured, Massachusetts, Los Angeles, Gallery, States, Hatfield, Show Review, Juliana Hatfield, Roxanne, Recording Academy, Oram, Newton John, Blake Babies, Potty Mouth, Dean Fisher

Stream: Clem Snide, ‘Roger Ebert’

The announcement of the new album from cult heroes Clem Snide comes with this declaration from songwriter Eef Barzelay: “That this record even exists, as far as I’m concerned, is a genuine miracle.” Yes, such missives are given to hyperbole, but Barzelay’s words ring true. To backtrack: Clem Snide began in the late 1990s and over seven albums in 12 years — plus other work that included Barzelay’s brilliant 2008 solo album “Lose Big” — built a small, devoted following. Straddling the line between...
Tags: Music, Featured, Spain, Roger Ebert, Eef, Latest Music, New Music, Scott, Avett Brothers, Mike Marsh, Robert Ebert, Scott Avett, Avett, Ketch Secor, Bill Reynolds, Clem Snide

V Don Taps 38 Spesh & ElCamino for “Since 16” Single

Off his upcoming Black Mass project, out Feb. 7.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Don, V Don, Elcamino, 38 Spesh

Key Glock – “I’m Just Sayin”

Off his Yellow Tape project, out Friday.
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Vancouver Symphony Appoints New Executive Director

Before joining the VSO, Angela Elster was senior vice-president of research and education at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where she played a key role in opening the TELUS Centre for Performing Arts and Learning and founded the Learning Through the Arts program. At the VSO, she piloted the Day of Music celebration that welcomed over 14,000 people to 100 free performances, forged the Indigenous Council, and launched a new focus on health and wellness programming at the orga...
Tags: Art, Music, Toronto, Georgia, Royal Conservatory of Music, 01.15.20, Angela Elster, Indigenous Council

Little Dragon – “Hold On”

The reliable Swedish pop group Little Dragon spent the last couple years putting out a decent collection of one-off tracks. Today, they're announcing a new full-length album, the follow-up to 2017's Season High. It's called New Me, Same Us and it'll be out at the end of … More »
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Billie Eilish: Gen Z’s Outrageous Fashion Role Model

The Grammy-winning artist is reinventing conventional notions of femininity.
Tags: Music, News, Youth, Billie, Social Media, Billie Eilish, Fashion and apparel, Women and Girls, Eilish, Pop and Rock Music

Over 2 Million People, Including Celebs, Support Petition to Change 50-Year-Old NBA Logo to Honor Kobe Bryant

A petition to change the NBA logo to honor Kobe Bryant has gotten the attention of more than two million people, including several notable celebrities. A petition created on Sunday shortly after Bryant’s untimely death seeks to have the NBA logo changed to immortalize the retired legendary player. The petition states: “With the untimely and unexpected passing of the great Kobe Bryant please sign this petition in an attempt to immortalize him forever as the new NBA Logo.” The current l...
Tags: Celebs, Sports, Justin Bieber, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kobe Bryant, Snoop Dogg, Petitions, Adam Silver, Bryant, Snoop, Kobe, Jerry West, Gianna, Gianna NBA

Little Dragon Announce ‘New Me, Same Us’ Album + Drop “Hold On”

The band's sixth album arrives March 27th.
Tags: News, Jazz, Little Dragon, Songs

Meet SuperM, the K-Pop Supergroup That Skyrocketed to the Top of the Billboard Charts

A palette of hair colors — aquamarine, silver, shades of gold — popped against monochrome clothing as the seven members of SuperM filed into a backstage room at Madison Square Garden. In a matter of minutes, the group from South Korea would take the stage for the first time at one of the biggest venues in the biggest city in the U.S. Outside on this Tuesday evening in November, enthusiasm buzzed for the newly formed K-pop supergroup, comprised of artists considered to be some of the best p...
Tags: Garden, Asia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Music, New York, News, Taylor Swift, Uncategorized, Chicago, Kanye West, Iron Man, Canada, San Diego, Thor, Avengers

Caribou – “Never Come Back”

Canadian producer Dan Snaith revived his long-running Caribou project late last year with the singles "Home" and "You And I." Exactly one month from today, he's releasing his first new album in five years, Suddenly, a loose concept album about family and the sudden moments of dramatic change that can shape … More »
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Fleetwood Mac Will Never Reunite With Lindsey Buckingham Says Mick Fleetwood

Back in 2018, Lindsey Buckingham was very publicly fired from Fleetwood Mac and the band went on tour without him with Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell and Crowded House's Neil Finn taking over his duties. And while the impasse between Buckingham and Fleetwood Mac may have become less vocal over the … More »
Tags: Music, News, Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham, Buckingham, Tom Petty, Mike Campbell, Neil Finn, Mick Fleetwood, Lindsay Buckingham

Alessia Cara Leads 2020 Juno Award Nominations

The Juno Awards, Canada's answer to the Grammys, has announced its 2020 nominees. Leading the pack with the most nominations is Alessia Cara, who released her sophomore album The Pains Of Growing back in fall 2018. She's up for Single Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Artist Of The Year, Songwriter Of … More »
Tags: Music, News, Canada, Grammys, Alessia Cara, Juno Awards


Evan Arntzen, once the new fellow from out of town, continues to delight and amaze.  He and his gifted friends did it again last Thursday, January 23, at Cafe Bohemia, 15 Barrow Street, Greenwich Village, New York.  Those friends are … Continue reading →
Tags: New York, Wow, Bliss, Jazz, Bohemia, Greenwich Village, Harold Arlen, Generosities, It's All True, Jazz Titans, The Heroes Among Us, The Real Thing, The Things We Love, Jazz Lives, Michael Steinman, Ideal Places

Weekly Dope: Lion Babe, Reason, Future, Lil Baby & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Future, Jazz, Lion Babe, Playlists, Marlo, Reason, 2dope, Weekly Dope, Lil Baby, Iyla

The best wireless headphones for 2020

No matter your budget, your style, or your level of activity, these are the best wireless cans you can buy.
Tags: Music, Trends, Headphones, Bluetooth Headphones, Home Theater, Buying Guides, Best Of Tier 1

Stream: Dear Boy, ‘The Nominee’

L.A. quartet Dear Boy might be well on their way to setting a record for longest-running rock band never to have released a full-length album. In fact, those who fell for their Britpop-inspired anthems in their infancy some seven years ago might even propose a “greatest hits” compilation even before that seemingly elusive debut. Three EPs (2013, ’16 and ’19) and a host of singles later, Dear Boy’s penchant for crafting swooning, radio-ready rockers remains undiminished. Today, the quartet — sing...
Tags: Music, Featured, Grey, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Dear Boy, Ben Grey, Keith Cooper, Austin Hayman, Tarfest, Lucy Lawrence, Tony Hoffer

Guided By Voices – “Man Called Blunder”

Never ones to rest on their laurels, Guided By Voices are already following up last year's trilogy of albums with a new one called Surrender Your Poppy Field. The prolific indie-rock veterans have already shared one track, "Volcano," and today, we're getting another. More »
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Dan Rosenboom: ‘Absurd in the Anthropocene’ album release concert [sponsored]

Celebrating the release of the epic new album, “Absurd in the Anthropocene,” trumpeter/composer Dan Rosenboom presents a high-octane, multi-media concert experience on Friday, Jan. 31 at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre. Out Jan. 31 via Gearbox Records, this album is in line with Rosenboom’s abstract musicianship and virtuous experimentalism but, naturally, pushes the envelope. The record’s inspirations run the gamut from Miles Davis and Ornette Coleman to Frank Zappa, Soundgarden and Squarepusher,...
Tags: Sponsored, Music, Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Los Angeles Times, Local Artist, Barnsdall, Dan Rosenboom, Gearbox Records, Rosenboom, Frank Zappa Soundgarden

6LACK Joins Kaash Paige On “Love Songs” Remix

A new take of the Parked Car Convos track arrives.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, 6lack, Kaash Paige

Tonight in L.A.: Salute to Prince, Georgi Kay, Gold Star, Jean-Michel Blais, Forty Feet Tall, Siames, Julian Soto, Annie Bosko, Junaco, PLNT9, the Rooster

L.A. concerts for Tuesday: ► “Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince” brings Beck, Common, Gary Clark Jr., Earth, Wind & Fire, Foo Fighters, H.E.R., Juanes, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Mavis Staples, St. Vincent and Usher to the Los Angeles Convention Center for a concert to honor the late star. ► Georgi Kay, who is preparing to release an EP of “reimagined” tracks from her 2018 album “Where I Go to Disappear,” plays a show at Resident, joined by Oriah and Nadia Vaeh....
Tags: Music, London, Beck, Prince, Preview, Valentine, Wolf, Kay, Redwood, Harvard Stone, Catalina Club Open Mic, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Sean Watkins, Georgi Kay, Randy Emata, Gary Clark

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