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NeNe Leakes Frustrated with Bravo After Being Cut from 4th “Real Housewives of Atlanta” Episode This Season (Report)

NeNe Leakes was noticeably missing from the most recent episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta … again. And she’s reportedly furious about it. Radar Online reports that the lone RHOA original cast member has been docked $240,000 during the show’s 12th season. “NeNe says she feels like she is being targeted by the show producers and she was intentionally cut out of two episodes, losing $120,000 per episode,” a source tells the online outlet. It’s unclear exactly why, but NeNe has not appeared ...
Tags: Reality TV, TV, Celebs, Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Atlanta, Bravo, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kenya, Rhoa, Trending, Nene, Bloom, Nene Leakes, Lisa Bloom, Bravocon


Watch The Strokes Cover “Burning Down The House” & Debut New Songs At Bernie Sanders Rally

If what went down in Iowa last week is any indication, we're in for an even bumpier ride in 2020 than we already expected. Tomorrow we get the next installment of the saga with the New Hampshire primary. And ahead of that, the Strokes played a Get Out The Vote rally in support of Bernie … More »
Tags: Video, Music, The Strokes, New Hampshire, Iowa, Talking Heads, Bernie Sanders, Bernie


Clarkson, perfect Gobert help Jazz beat Mavericks 123-119

Jordan Clarkson scored 25 points before fouling out, Rudy Gobert stayed perfect from the floor against Dallas this season and the Utah Jazz beat the Mavericks 123-119 on Monday night. Gobert was 7-of-7 shooting after making all eight attempts in Utah's home victory last month. The 7-foot-1 center has made 17 consecutive shots against Dallas going back to last Feb. 23.
Tags: Utah, News, Jazz, Dallas, Clarkson, Utah Jazz, Mavericks, Rudy Gobert, Jordan Clarkson, Gobert


A$AP Twelvyy – “Gunpla”

New album coming soon, Glock Rivers, or nah?
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Songs, Asap Twelvyy


Baby Rose Hits NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Stage

Fresh from her very first GRAMMY nomination.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Npr, Baby Rose


Joey Kramer’s Back In Aerosmith, Didn’t Even Have To Audition

One of the most brutal classic rock dramas of this young year has apparently come to a close. As January waned and the Grammys grew closer, suddenly Aerosmith were in the news a whole bunch. The reason was that their drummer Joey Kramer -- who has been in the band since its inception in 1970 … More »
Tags: Music, News, Aerosmith, Joey Kramer


The best waterproof Bluetooth speakers for 2020

Good music has a place in the great outdoors. Here are our picks for the best waterproof bluetooth speakers.
Tags: Music, Bluetooth Speakers, Trends, Home Theater, Best Of, Wireless Speakers, Buying Guides, Braven, Best Of Everything, Waterproof Speakers, Water-resistant Speakers, Tier 4


Suhr Guitar Talk :: Bridge humbucker to go with 2x ML SS

Author: topusername Subject: Bridge humbucker to go with 2x ML SS Posted: Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:40 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Hi. I'm looking to replace the pickups in a HSS guitar. I like the sound of the ML single coils, so they'll fill the neck- and middle position, but I'm unsure about the bridge humbucker. I'm going for flexibility, as I appreciate guitars that can fill many niches, and I'll likely attach a push-pull pot for splitting it also. I play both jazz and metal, along with most th...
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Vinnie Paz – “I Am The Chaos” (Video)

With his fifth solo album, “As Above So Below” dropping this Friday, Vinnie Paz treats us with a early preview release the release of a new video, “I Am The Chaos”, off the project.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Vinnie Paz


The Wall of Sound reimagines a sampler-sequencer for public space and use

In an oversized, lo-fi electronic sound instrument, the project from Warszawa, PL’s panGenerator lets the public collaborate on sonic graffiti. The Wall of Sound was commissioned by the group for Katowice Street Art 2019: Urban Sound, in the south of Poland. It’s a big web of hexagonal nodes, each with small controls and description so you can record sound, then sequence its playback. The components will be familiar to anyone working with DIY electronics – some ATmega 328 (in t...
Tags: Music, Design, Tech, Poland, Installation, Public Art, Jakub Koźniewski, Jakub, Microcontrollers, Warszawa, Atmega, DIY + Unusual, panGenerator, Warszawa PL, Katowice Street, Piotr Ceglarek Zuzanna Waltoś


Comic Brian Posehn offers the gift of metal for Valentine’s Day, talks ‘Mandalorian’

Tired of roses and boxes of chocolate? Brian Posehn has a Valentine’s Day present for you. The comedian, comic book writer and heavy metal fan combines his love of comedy and metal music into a new album dubbed “Grandpa Metal,” which drops, of course, on Feb. 14 on Megaforce Records. “We were looking at [release] dates and I said, ‘Okay, that’s kind of funny’,” he said of the release date for the album. “There are plenty of people that are like me that would appreciate this — male and female ner...
Tags: Music, Comedy, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Metallica, Madonna, Connor, Anthrax, Slipknot, Steve, Southern California, Van Halen


Gavlyn – “Perspectives”

Los Angeles’s very own Gavlyn is back with a new single connecting with producer Loukoo for, “Perspectives”.
Tags: Los Angeles, Jazz, Singles, Gavlyn, Loukoo


If You Think “Hot Girl Bummer” Is Bad, Just Wait Till You Hear blackbear’s Other Songs

It's physics: For every "Hot Girl Summer" there is an equal and opposite "Hot Girl Bummer." I don't make the rules. Take it up with Isaac Newton or God or the Young Money Records roster circa 2010. More »
Tags: Music, Taylor Swift, Jimmy Fallon, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Isaac Newton, Niall Horan, Demi Lovato, Lil Wayne, Chance The Rapper, Carly Rae Jepsen, Nile Rodgers, Adam Lambert, Tove Lo, Nate Ruess, The Week In Pop


Stephh Versace – “Notice” Ft. Micahfonecheck

Rising Australian based rapper and songwriter Stephh Versace showcases her versatility and unmatched sound with her new single premiere, “Notice”, featuring Micahfonecheck. 
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Micahfonecheck, Stephh Versace


Stream Soakie’s Self-Titled Debut EP

There's a vocal style -- one pioneered in the early '90s by riot-grrrl game-changers like Kathleen Hanna and Allison Wolfe -- that I'm going to call "feral sarcasm." They always sounded so utterly disgusted with everyone around them that they had to go into ironic-overdrive sneer-mode; it's the only way they could properly address all … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Kathleen Hanna, Allison Wolfe, Soakie


Rage Against The Machine Announce Reunion Tour With Run The Jewels

Rage Against The Machine have announced a full itinerary of 2020 reunion shows after trickling out a handful of dates over the last few months. The tour is called the "Public Service Announcement" Tour. More »
Tags: Music, Run The Jewels, Tour Dates, Rage Against The Machine


The latest attempt to make digital music tangible: NFC-powered Muse Blocks

We are living in an immaterial world. Muse Blocks, tiles with embedded NFC chips, are one idea, and now team up with a popular electronic music label. Berlin-based Senic, a hardware startup focused on smart home solutions, devised the tangible product Muse Blocks. And they’ve recruited underground tech house label Katermukke, Dirty Doering’s label, which has its own grungy Berlin afterhours vibes – fitting to its home base of the Kater Blau nightclub. Launch video (German with English subt...
Tags: Music, Berlin, Nfc, Huawei, Adafruit, Netflix YouTube, Kater Blau, Muse Blocks


How to Add Song Lyrics to Your Instagram Story

If you’ve noticed your Instagram stories feed looking a little more like personalized karaoke videos in the past six months or so, that’s because last year the ‘Gram added a feature that allows you to add lyrics to your stories. The addition makes it possible not only to add music to your story (you’ve been able…Read more...
Tags: Music, Instagram, Lifehacks, Instagram Stories


What They Left Behind: ‘Hairspray,’ Posters and a City of Sketches

Some gems from the life’s work of people remembered in recent obituaries in The New York Times.
Tags: Art, News, Classical Music, Lion, Presley, Elvis, Alice, Ray, Mason, Margo, Feldman, Mayhew, Polan, Books and Literature, Book Trade and Publishing, Deaths (Obituaries


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Drain – “Sick One”

Santa Cruz hardcore warriors Drain don't have an album out yet, but they've already fully established a reputation as one of the most purely fun bands in the genre. Their live show looks absolutely ridiculous, and their two-song 2019 promo has some of the best cover art of the past few … More »
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Here’s How Hard It Is For Musicians To Make A Living From Streaming (Spoiler Alert: You Really Can’t)

For example, Taylor Swift’s song “Shake It Off” had a whopping 46.3 million streams in 2017 and earned between $280,000 and $390,000, according to one report. Swift, one of the world’s biggest pop stars, will generate more streams with one song than most musicians can accumulate in a lifetime. Another study by Digital Music News found that Pandora had the highest per-play royalty rate. At Pandora’s 1.68 cents per play, a musician would need about 114,149 plays to earn the U.S. monthly mini...
Tags: Art, Music, Taylor Swift, Pandora, Digital Music News, 02.07.20


Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – “Cars In Space”

Back in June of 2018, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever released their debut album Hope Downs. Stuffed with hooks and impeccably written songs propelled forward on the band's three-guitar arrangements, it proved to be one of the more endlessly replayable debuts in recent memory. Since then, the band also released "In The … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Tour Dates, Nick McKinlay, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever


Erin Pringle's Playlist for Her Novel "Hezada! I Miss You"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Roxane Gay, and many others. Erin Pringle's novel Hezada! I Miss You is a moving and compelling examination of love and loss in small town America. In her own words, here is Erin Pringle's Book Notes music pla...
Tags: Music, England, New York, Lana Del Rey, Norah Jones, America, Neil Young, Sufjan Stevens, David, Billy Joel, Mcdonalds, Barbie, Frank Sinatra, Duran Duran, Kfc, Alice


Smitty Bandz – “Saints Row” (Video)

Set to release his new LP “3” on Feb. 21st, Atlanta based rapper Smitty Bandz aka ThaHomieSmitster400 presents his first single release and video from the album, “Saints Row“.
Tags: Videos, Atlanta, Jazz, Smitty Bandz


Nvy Jonez LKR – “6688$Dedication” | MIC SESSION

Brooklyn, NY based Hip Hop artist Nvy Jonez LKR stops by our HQ and drops an exclusive Mic Session performing his single, “6688$Dedication”. Follow him on Instagram: Instagram.com/nvyjonezlk
Tags: Jazz, Brooklyn NY, Mic Sessions, Nvy Jonez LKR


Weekly Dope: Royce 5’9, Benny the Butcher, D Smoke, iyla & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, Royce, 2dope, Royce Da 5'9, Weekly Dope, Benny the Butcher, Iyla, D Smoke



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