Interview with musician and artist Genesis P-Orridge

Since the 60s Genesis P-Orridge has been the mastermind behind artist collective COUM Transmissions and seminal music acts Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV. Beyond that, P-Orridge has had an astonishing career in the visual arts, founding an artist collective called Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth, as well as helming the infamous pandrogeny project in, which P-Orridge and deceased partner Lady Jaye went through ongoing plastic surgery sessions to resemble each other in an attempt to, as New York's...
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AG Ka$h – “Ka$hin Aces” (Album)

“”Ka$hin Aces””, AG Ka$h‘s new 7-track album. Stream Now on all Major Music platforms.   
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VHS – “Mexico City” Ft. Willie the Kid, Tedy Andreas, Raz Fresco

Consisting of deep lyrics over a melodic production, EFFISCIENZ presents “Mexico City” the new single premiere by producer VHS featuring Willie the Kid, and Tedy Andreas, and Raz Fresco. Mexico City Feat. Willie the Kid, Tedy Andreas, Raz Fresco by VHS
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Buffett to Play Two Nights at Red Rocks Amphitheater

Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band will play two nights this September at Red Rocks Amphitheater outside of Denver, Colorado: Morrison, CO Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 Red Rocks Amphitheater Morrison, CO Thursday, September 10th, 2020 Red Rocks Amphitheater “We are excited to welcome Red Rocks Hall of Famer, Jimmy Buffett, back to Red Rocks for two nights, where he and The Coral Reefer Band turn the mountains into the tropics,” said Director of Red Rocks Amphitheatre Tad Bowman. “The change...
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LEO Sehguh – “Meloncholy Gummy Bears” (Album)

Soon after releasing his lead single “Sugar” back in October, we are finally catching up with rising Austin based artist LEO Sehguh and his project he dropped in December, “Meloncholy Gummy Bears“.
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Jeremiah Ali – “Liberate” (Video)

“Liberate”, new video by Knoxville, Tennessee based artist Jeremiah Ali produced by Youngsleetondabeatboy.  The song is about speaking truth to power we need to organize our communities lobby and form an agenda to long have we been divided by cities, neighborhoods, ideologies, religion, and political parties.
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Bloodwitch – Fly

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‘This Land Is Your Land’ Is Still Private Property, Court Rules

A federal judge shot down a challenge to the copyright of the Woody Guthrie folk anthem, blocking an attempt to put it in the public domain.
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Shimon the Singing Robot Is Both Creepy and Captivating

In what looks and sounds like something straight out of a Star Wars movie, a robot named Shimon from Georgia Tech can now sing and compose songs with human collaborators, among many other cool upgrades.Read more...
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Exit Lines: “Grand Horizons”

I bet Jane Alexander—former chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, whose much-lauded portrayals in nobility include Eleanor Roosevelt and FDR’s mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt—has spent her whole career yearning to say “fuck” and “pussy” onstage. Now a regal 80, in her first Broadway appearance since 1998, she gets her chance in Grand Horizons, a tidy com-dram enlivened by outbursts of different kinds. Bess Wohl’s play begins with Nancy (Alexander) calmly asking her husband of fifty years, ...
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Raisens File Countersuit Against Lizzo Over “Truth Hurts” Credit

Lizzo just took a DNA test, turns out she's 100% getting sued. Late last year, producers Justin and Jeremiah Raisen accused Lizzo of plagiarism, claiming that the famous "100% that bitch" line in her hit song "Truth Hurts" came from an April 2017 they did with Lizzo, Yves Rothman, and Jesse Saint John … More »
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Celebrate MeeB-leap Day weekend with these great synth vids – or make your own

One extra day in the calendar is clearly a reason to spend one extra day playing with synths and making and sharing music. So we’ve decided to get MeeBlip in on that. We’ve got synths and accessories in stock in our MeeBlip store now. But we also wanted to reach out to all of you who have one of the instruments we’ve made and hear (and see, if you want) what you’re making. Part of why I know this will be fun is because I’m always surprised by videos like this one by YouTuber lifeisfortytwo...
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Adding Music to Your Presentation

Have you seen the movie scenes where the musical score is either removed or changed? One of my favorites demonstrates what a powerful communicator music is and how it shapes emotional responses. It’s called “Vader’s Redemption,” and it changes the foreboding original minor key of “The Imperial March” into a chipper and celebratory major key. Listen to the original here. And then listen to the key change here and see how the emotional experience is drastically different. If you haven’t tried usin...
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In One of His Final Official Royal Duties, Prince Harry Records Song With Bon Jovi

(LONDON) — Prince Harry joined Jon Bon Jovi at Abbey Road Studios in London on Friday as the singer recorded a charity single to support the foundation that oversees the Invictus Games — a multinational sports event for sick and injured servicemen. The prince and the popstar greeted each other at the studio where the Beatles recorded a string of iconic albums. Bon Jovi was re-recording his 2019 single “Unbroken’’ in aid of the foundation that oversees the sporting event founded by ...
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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. More »
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Swifty McVay & Kuniva Connect for ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ EP

The D12 members unite for a quick strike project.
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Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

This week in primary news: Tim Kaine endorsed Joe Biden, Clint Eastwood endorsed Mike Bloomberg, and Garth Brooks endorsed Barry Sanders. I'm gonna need an extra hour of Pod Save America to unpack that last one. More »
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Musicians Talk Horror-Airline Stories

“You can have a bad experience whether flying with it in your hand or freighting. I’ve seen a forklift go right through a guitar case before. Airlines should be as explicit as possible on their websites about their policies. But if you’re not a platinum member, don’t expect any special treatment.” – Los Angeles Times
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This Was a Huge Week for Music Videos. Here’s What to Make of the 5 Biggest Drops

Some might say the music video had its heyday in the mid-2000s, when MTV’s Total Request Live was required viewing for young millennials and Britney Spears ruled the charts. But the music video in 2020 is just as — if not more — powerful as a vehicle for an artist and their message. Consider this week, which saw the release of visual statements from five of the biggest acts in the world: Lady Gaga, BTS, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and J Balvin. Each of them has something major to announce: F...
Tags: Music, News, Youtube, Uncategorized, Colombia, Mtv, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Swift, Gaga, Joanne, Suga, Jin, Rojo, Jimin, Balvin

Above Politics? Classical Music As Uniter…

Classical music is a rare remaining area where citizens of countries that are at loggerheads (or worse) with one another can interact in a productive manner. “The most important aspect we’re missing in the public debate today is the ability to listen. Listening is fundamental in music-making,” Gianandrea Noseda, an Italian, told me. – Standpoint
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Gaze into the geometric sound and visual world of Alva Noto, with UNIEQAV

German music and media master Alva Noto, aka Carsten Nicolai, has released his full UNIEQAV audiovisual show online. In other words – get your sine wave on, ears and eyeballs, from the comfort of your own home. As you’d expect from the Noton founder, the world of UNIEQAV is digital in its purest sense – mathematics and code on full display, raw single-cycle wavetables, minimal graphics celebrating color and line. The full playlist is on YouTube. Some of these clips are not advisable if yo...
Tags: Music, Japan, Youtube, Germany, Berlin, India, Stories, Tokyo, Montreal, Istanbul, Motion, Apple Music, Live-performance, Alva Noto, Olaf, Carsten-nicolai

Watch Ice Cube, Diplo, & Tracee Ellis Ross As A Pop Star In The New The High Note Trailer

Last year, Nisha Ganatra directed the Mindy Kaling comedy Late Night. This year, as Vulture reports, she's exploring a different corner of the entertainment industry: music. More »
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Matt Berninger – “Holes” (Mercury Rev Cover)

Two nights ago, Matt Berninger performed at the star-studded Tibet House benefit alongside the likes of Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Phoebe Bridgers, actress Sandra Oh, and more. Onstage at Carnegie Hall, the National frontman reportedly covered "Holes," a highlight from Mercury Rev's underground classic Deserter's Songs. I've been fruitlessly trying to … More »
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Justin Bieber Got an Unlikely Assist From a Los Angeles Laker

JaVale McGee has two N.B.A. championships to his name. Now, as a budding music producer, he also has a credit on a Bieber hit.
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Listen to The Jacka’s Posthumous Album, ‘Murder Weapon’

With Styles P, Freddie Gibbs, Curren$y, and more.
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Chicano Batman: Color my life

The first single off the band’s forthcoming studio album, Invisible People (out 1 May), Chicano Batman’s “Color my life” lulls listeners with a hazy groove and toys with Tropicaliá influences, as well as funk and soul. A bassline sets the pace and synths, drums, guitar, and other tones chime in as the song bops along. “Are you a lucid dream? / That’s what it seems / …
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How One Expert Discovered The Creative Freedom Of Early Music

“I finally realized it felt more creative to be doing what I was doing in early music because there was so much that we hadn’t figured out; there was so much that was not in the scores. And just because you can’t make up all the notes doesn’t mean you can’t make up most of them. I played continuo, where you’ve got a bass line and you make it up. And I liked that.” – Van
Tags: Art, Music, 02.26.20

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