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Carly Rae Jepsen ‘I Was Sick Of Hearing Myself On The Radio’

Do you Remember Carly Rae Jepsen? She had the big radio smash Call Me Maybe. It was played over and over until you got sick of it. “Even I was sick of hearing myself on the radio” she told the Independent. So what happened? Well, she tried to write another hit song, and although other people liked it, she hated it.  Plus, the pop scene that made her began to fall apart with listeners as newer artist made way like Halsey and Charli XCX. Realizing the turning tide she says, “I think everyone is ...
Tags: Music, Charli Xcx, Carly Rae Jepsen, Halsey, Jepson, The Latest, Carly Rae Jepsen Call Me Maybe


Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 141)

Buzz Bands LA’s Saturday delivery has arrived — here is Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 141), featuring new tunes from Karmic, Moses Sumney, Poolside, Film School, Marlana, Jane Holiday, the Black Watch, Pablo Dylan, CMON and more. You know the drill: Press play below, and find out more info on the artists beneath the player. Poolside, “Around the Sun” Film School, “Is This Is a Hotel?” The Black Watch, “Brilliant Failures” CMON, “Zoo” Karmic, “Living Off Love” Jane Holiday, “All Yours” Marla...
Tags: Music, Featured, Playlists, Playlist, Greatest Hits, Local Music, Greatest Hits ... This Week, Los Angeles music, LA scene, Right Pablo Dylan Burial


Video: Poolside, ‘Around the Sun’

Summer is still a few months away, but L.A. pop whiz Poolside has already made the album for it. And of course we know how impossibly clichéd that sounds, but it takes but only one spin to sway and be swayed. “Low Season,” produced entirely by Jeffrey Paradise, is the first Poolside record since the 2017 departure of co-founder Filip Nikolic. Poolside’s self-coined genre appellation “daytime disco” still applies, but “Low Season” feels less digitized than anything they’ve done, and broader in sc...
Tags: Video, Music, Featured, Australia, Panama, Local Artist, Vito Roccoforte, Butler, Ben Browning, Jeffrey Paradise, Low Season, Jarrah McCleary, Amo Amo, Poolisde, Filip Nikolic Poolside, Credit Paradise


Galaxy S20, Galaxy Buds+, Z Flip: Everything expected at Samsung Unpacked

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked is coming, and we're expecting a number of reveals, including the new Galaxy S20.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Wearables, Music, News, Samsung, Trends, Smart Home, Samsung Unpacked, Galaxy Buds, Galaxy S20, Mwc 2020, Galaxy Z Flip


Kane Black – “Fear Less” (Video)

 Speaking on my challenges battling mental health, rising underground Hip Hop artist Kane Black drops his debut video “Fear Less” off his debut EP “KOBANE” available now.
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Photos: Mondo Cozmo at the Hi Hat

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Mondo Cozmo, the musical venture of singer-songwriter Joshua Ostrander, have been busy making plans for the follow-up to their 2017 debut album “Plastic Soul.” On Thursday night, though, the band revisited its beginnings, performing a sold-out show at the Hi Hat, where they made their live debut in October 2016. They debuted one new song, “Mercy,” and ripped through all of their 2019 singles, “Generator,” “Come On” and “Black Cadillac,” as well as came back a...
Tags: Music, Featured, Gallery, Show Review, Andy Clockwise, Mondo Cozmo, Jessica Hanley, Joshua Ostrander, Jean Crawford, Poppy Jean Crawford, Black Cadillac


Jay Worthy – “Bellin” f. Boogie (prod. Jake One)

Jay Worthy is back with another “two-4-one” special. After dropping a pair…
Tags: Uncategorized, Jazz, Boogie, Bellin, Jay Worthy


Swae Lee – “Back 2 Back Maybach”

Swae Lee, Rae Sremmurd's resident earworm melody-smith, has dropped a new solo song called "Back 2 Back Maybach." D-Jay Sremm, Rae Sremmurd's official DJ, posted the song on his SoundCloud. "melodic rap over soothing heavy hitting 808s in a heartfelt Blend," he wrote in the description. "almost finished with the album this is for the … More »
Tags: Music, Swae Lee, Jaxx, Swae Lee Rae Sremmurd, D-Jay Sremm, Jay Sremm Rae Sremmurd


Photos: Fever Joy, Luna Aura and Talker at the Echo

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Wednesday night’s show at the Echo with Fever Joy, Luna Aura, Talker and Phebe Starr was like watching ships passing in perfectly coordinated choreography through the night, as Talker (led by Celeste Tauchar) and her band just got back from their five-date tour through the West Coast, and this was the second date of Luna Aura and Fever Joy’s four-date romp across California and Phoenix. Luna Aura graced the stage in a white sash and satin gloves, befitting th...
Tags: Music, Featured, California, San Francisco, Gallery, Sydney, Vancouver, West Coast, Show Review, KROQ, Sheryl Crow, Sean Baker, Robitaille, Phebe Starr, Talker, Luna Aura


J. Lo Discusses The “Born In The U.S.A.” Part Of Super Bowl Halftime And Springsteen’s Response

Jennifer Lopez co-headlined this year's Super Bowl halftime show with Shakira last Sunday. During the performance, J. Lo's daughter Emme Maribel Muñiz came out to sing "Let's Get Loud" and interpolated a few lines of Bruce Springsteen's "Born In The U.S.A." And last night, J. Lo was a guest on The Tonight Show … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Fallon, Super Bowl, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Springsteen, J Lo, Patti Scialfa, Emme Maribel Muñiz


Watch Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien Play His First Solo Show

Radiohead's Ed O'Brien is releasing his debut solo album, Earth, in April under the name EOB. And last night, he played his first solo show in support of the project at the Great Hall in Toronto. He played nearly every song from the upcoming LP, including previously released tracks "Brasil" and "More »
Tags: Video, Music, Toronto, Radiohead, Great Hall, Ed O Brien, EOB


Why RouteNote is the perfect companion for any independent musician

Getting started as a musician working on your own can be a daunting task. Here at RouteNote, we strive to offer the best services to help any musician struggling with all the technicalities music publishing can create. Distribution – RouteNote can get your music on the top stores worldwide, with an easy to use interface.Monetization – Earn revenue from your tracks and videos already on SoundCloud & YouTube.Statistics – Get a detailed view of where and on what platforms people are listening...
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Watch Thundercat Freestyle With Kenny Beats

For the past year or so, the great rap producer Kenny Beats has been inviting rappers into his studio for a YouTube series called The Cave. The premise is simple: The rapper tells Kenny what kind of beat they want, he quickly throws together an instrumental for them, and they freestyle over it … More »
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Devialet want to save the planet by getting rid of car subs but not fat bass

Makers of some of the most interesting egg-shaped speakers of recent years, Devialet are laying out their plans for in-car audio. We’ve gotten hands on with Devialet’s creations before. The French company have made their name for their compact speakers which carry a big sound, pushing out up to 4,500 watts with a speaker you can fit on your bedside table. Their recent work has seen them partner up with other companies to expand their love of music technology outside of their own speaker...
Tags: Music, Cars, Car, Environmental, Audi, Emissions, Devialet, Eco, Belkin, Vehicle, Subwoofers, In-car, Car Audio, Sub, Instruments & Hardware


29 Black Music Documentaries for Black History Month 2020: #22 'Teddy Pendergrass: If You Don't Know Me'

For Black History Month 2020, we are showcasing films featuring Black American artists. Enjoy them and learn about the origin of each Black music legend featured. This list is ordered by layering unknown artists around bigger names while mixing up the genre. It has been curated for maximum surprise, so a hip-hop veteran you love may be followed by a rock band you've never heard, but you'll be glad you did.We're adding a Black music documentary to this list each day of Black History Month 2020 --...
Tags: Music, Music Documentary, Black History Month, List this


The Strokes Tease The New Abnormal

At their New Year's Eve concert in Brooklyn, the Strokes debuted a new song and promised a new album in 2020. And now, they've taken to social media to tease something called The New Abnormal. An album title, perhaps? Unclear, but guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. posted the same teaser artwork on his own … More »
Tags: Music, News, The Strokes, Brooklyn, Albert Hammond Jr


Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: How many Standard Plus could be out there?

Author: dasyqut Posted: Sat Feb 08, 2020 5:07 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 3 It’s all about the guitarists who are here to present more information so that they can know about the new ones. Here are choices from essaytigers who are indulging more in different aspects to get more.
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Mandy, Joe and Brian

In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Mandy Patinkin for my "House Call" column in the Mansion section (go here). Mandy talked about growing up in Chicago, the reason he hated school and why he lowers his voice when playing Saul Berenson on Showtime's Homeland series, which returns for its final season on  Sunday (February 9). [Photo above of Mandy Patinkin on the New York set of Homeland by Mark Seliger/courtesy of Showtime] Here's Mandy as Saul, with Clare Danes in season 2...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, Mississippi, Australia, Amazon Prime, Chicago, Showtime, Oscar, Brazil, Manhattan, Jazz, Andy Warhol, Brian, Edinburgh, Connor



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