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Max B Drops ‘Wave Pack’ Compilation Album

A compilation, with a pair of new tracks thrown in for good measure.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Max B


Lion Babe Share “Sexy Please” Video

Yeah... we're here for every single second of this.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Lion Babe


Public Enemy Says Flavor Flav Was Not Fired Over Politics, Has Been “On Suspension Since 2016”

There was bound to be some big political drama this week, but a less-expected subplot turns out to be the breakdown of Public Enemy. Last week, it was announced that Public Enemy Radio, Chuck D's new offshoot of Public Enemy, would perform at Bernie Sanders' rally in LA on this past Sunday. This … More »
Tags: Music, News, La, Public Enemy, Flavor Flav, Bernie Sanders, Chuck D, Public Enemy Radio Chuck D


Watch Kim Gordon’s PSA For Bernie Sanders

At this point, it's no surprise when a musician comes out in support of Bernie Sanders. In recent months, everyone from Bon Iver to Vampire Weekend to the Strokes to Soccer Mommy to Ratboys, and more, have played his rallies. Zola Jesus was riding for him long before More »
Tags: Video, Music, News, Psa, Bernie Sanders, Bon Iver, Kim Gordon, Zola Jesus, Ratboys


Public Enemy Say Flavor Flav Was Not Fired Over Politics, Has Been “On Suspension Since 2016”

There was bound to be some big political drama this week, but a less-expected subplot turns out to be the breakdown of Public Enemy. Last week, it was announced that Public Enemy Radio, Chuck D's new offshoot of Public Enemy, would perform at Bernie Sanders' rally in LA on this past Sunday. This … More »
Tags: Music, News, La, Public Enemy, Flavor Flav, Bernie Sanders, Chuck D, Public Enemy Radio Chuck D


Post Malone Says He Got All of His Face Tattoos Because He’s Insecure About His Looks: “I’m an Ugly-Ass Mothaf**ka”

A trend among the new generation of singers and rappers is face tattoos. While some may choose to get tatted in the most visible place on the body to look cool, Post Malone has revealed the deeper reason behind his many face tattoos. In his GQ Style cover story released on Monday (Mar. 2), Post opened up about his struggles with insecurity and confidence. “I’m an ugly-ass muthaf**ka,” he said. “[The tattoos] maybe come from a place of insecurity, to where I don’t like how I look, so I’m going to...
Tags: Post, Music, Celebs, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Tattoos, Jazz, Mac Miller, Celebrity Interviews, Post Malone, Malone, I'm Just Being Honest, Juice WRLD Post Malone


Ousted Grammys Chief Deborah Dugan Is Fired

The Recording Academy took action on Monday after weeks of internal turmoil, including her removal 10 days before the Grammys.
Tags: Music, News, Conflicts Of Interest, Sexual Harassment, Grammy Awards, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Recording Academy, Dugan, Deborah, Deborah Dugan, Ethics and Official Misconduct, Appointments and Executive Changes, Workplace Hazards and Violations


Coronavirus Patient From China Went to North Star Mall in San Antonio for 2 Hours Before Returning to Quarantine

A woman who evacuated Wuhan, China and tested positive for the coronavirus in San Antonio, Texas was released from quarantine over the weekend after federal officials believed she was in the clear. However, officials said Monday (Mar. 2) in a news conference that the woman was returned to isolation after testing “weakly positive” for the virus, and while she was out of treatment for around 12 hours, she went to a local mall and hotel. According to officials, the woman met the criteria for releas...
Tags: Wtf, Texas, News, Cdc, China, United States, Jazz, State Department, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, San Antonio, Wuhan, Texas Center, San Antonio Texas, San Antonio Express News, Wuhan China, Really


G-Mo Skee – “Smash” (Video)

Just a month after “Return of the Filth”, Richmond wordsmith G-Mo Skee hits us with the 2nd single off his upcoming 3rd album The Filth Element called “Smash”.  
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Richmond, G-Mo Skee


Doja Cat Is Good At Making Pop Music And Even Better At Going Viral

"Let's break the internet," Doja Cat sings on the first song from her recent album Hot Pink. It's a cyber sex reference (the song is literally called "Cyber Sex"), but the rapper and singer born Amala Zandile Dlamini has a pretty strong handle on breaking the internet in the more traditional sense of the phrase, … More »
Tags: Music, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Coldplay, Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, James Corden, Hailee Steinfeld, Billboard Music Awards, Bts, Halsey, The Week In Pop, Sophie


Jadakiss Wastes Time w/ ItsTheReal

Another hilarious and meaningful conversation.
Tags: Jazz, Jadakiss, Itsthereal, Podcasts & Mixes, Jadakiss Wastes Time


Weekly Dope: Lil Baby, Smoke DZA, G Herbo, Planet Asia & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, 2dope, G Herbo, Smoke Dza, Planet Asia, Weekly Dope, Lil Baby, 38 Spesh, Herbo Planet Asia


Review: Beethoven’s Biggest Concert, Now With Heat

The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra recreated the composer’s famous Akademie program of 1808, a marathon that included a staggering four premieres.
Tags: News, Classical Music, Beethoven, Louis, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Dorothea, Ludwig Van, Röschmann, Langrée, Brugger, Janai, Barnatan, Akademie, Inon


David Byrne performed "Once in a Lifetime" on SNL last week and it was excellent

David Byrne (67) was in top form Saturday night when he performed "Once in a Lifetime" on SNL. The song was first released in 1980 on Talking Heads' album Remain in Light. Image: YouTube
Tags: Post, Music, News, Snl, Talking Heads, David Byrne


Comedian Jo Koy and Frankie Valli added to Pacific Amphitheatre lineup at OC Fair

After two sold-out shows at The Forum in Inglewood last month, comedian Jo Koy is joining the 2020 Toyota Summer Concert Series at Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa this summer, OC Fair announced. Jo Koy cut his teeth in Improv clubs across the country and steadily graduated to selling out theaters and arenas. He’s done comedy specials, including two for Netflix, “Jo Koy: Live From Seattle” and “Jo Koy: Comin’ In Hot.” He was also a regular guest on “Chelsea Lately,” “The Tonight Show with Jay ...
Tags: Music, Comedy, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Chelsea, Seattle, Frankie Valli, George Michael, Concerts, Inglewood, Costa Mesa, Valli, Pacific Symphony, Pacific Amphitheatre, Big Girls Don


“Judge Judy” is Ending After 25 Seasons

As the old saying goes, “All good things must come to an end.” After 25 years on the air, CBS will no longer air new episodes of popular courtroom reality show Judge Judy starting in 2021. Host Judy Sheindlin made the announcement during a pre-taped appearance on Ellen, which will air Monday (Mar. 2). She said the show’s upcoming 25th season will be its last on CBS. “I’ve had a 25-year-long marriage with CBS, and it’s been successful. Next year will be our 25th season, silver anniversary,” the i...
Tags: TV, Celebs, Entertainment, Pop Culture, Jazz, Cbs, Ellen, Judy, Judge Judy, Judy Sheindlin, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Sheindlin, Judy Justice, Ellen Forbes


LA to host Netflix’s first comedy festival, Netflix Is a Joke

Netflix has quickly become a popular medium for comedians to crank out comedy specials. Now, the streaming service and production company has announced Netflix is a Joke Fest, a massive weeklong celebration of its hottest comedic talent. The festival, named after Netflix’s comedy brand, will take place April 27-May 3 and include over 100 live shows, events and various activations in over 20 venues located throughout Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, March 6...
Tags: Music, Comedy, California, Robin Williams, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Kevin Hart, Coachella, Frankie Valli, Dave Chappelle, Frankie


Netflix announces new comedy weeklong festival Netflix Is a Joke Fest in Los Angeles

Netflix has quickly become a popular medium for comedians to crank out comedy specials. Now, the streaming service and production company has announced Netflix is a Joke Fest, a massive weeklong celebration of its hottest comedic talent. The festival, named after Netflix’s comedy brand, will take place April 27-May 3 and include over 100 live shows, events and various activations in over 20 venues located throughout Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, March 6...
Tags: Music, Comedy, California, Robin Williams, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Kevin Hart, Coachella, Dave Chappelle, Frankie, Hollywood Bowl, KROQ


ANOHNI Blasts Fashion Industry For Having Anything To Do With Kanye West

Kanye West's support of Donald Trump remains an ongoing issue, and not everyone is willing to laugh it off or hand-wave it off as mental illness. This morning, ANOHNI came out strongly against West and against any within the "fashion industry" who might continue to prop the man up. In an Instagram post, ANOHNI writes … More »
Tags: Music, Kanye West, Donald Trump, ANOHNI, Where's The Beef


JARV IS… – “House Music All Night Long”

A few years ago, former Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker started performing shows under the stylized name JARV IS..., with a consistent cast of musicians that included Serafina Steer, Emma Smith, Adam McKinney, Jason Buckle, and Adam Betts. Last year, Cocker released the project's first proper song, "Must I Evolve?," and today … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Jarvis Cocker, Cocker, Jarv, PULP, JARV IS, Adam Betts


Lady Gaga’s New Album Chromatica Is Out 4/10

Last week, Lady Gaga released a pretty good comeback single, "Stupid Love," which serves as the lead-off for her sixth studio album, the follow-up to 2016's Joanne. The album has been rumored to be called Chromatica, and that is in fact the case. Lady Gaga has just announced that it'll be … More »
Tags: Music, News, Lady Gaga, Joanne, Chromatica


Haim Announce New Album Women In Music Pt.III

Haim time begins now in earnest. The SoCal sister act spent 2019 easing back into the recording process, kicking out new singles without any particular album timeline. That yielded an impressively diverse set of tracks including "Summer Girl," "Now I'm In It," and "Hallelujah," each accompanied by a Paul … More »
Tags: Music, News, Haim, PAUL


Megan Thee Stallion Claims That Her Label Is Preventing Her From Releasing New Music Over Contract Renegotiations

Last year, the Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion became one of the great breakout stars of the year. But before she became famous, Megan signed a deal with 1501 Certified Entertainment, a Houston-based record label owned by the former baseball player Carl Crawford. Megan now claims that her label is refusing to renegotiate … More »
Tags: Music, News, Houston, Megan, Megan Thee Stallion, Carl Crawford Megan


Moaning – “Make It Stop”

Moaning are a few weeks out from releasing their sophomore album, Uneasy Laughter. The LA-based band has shared two songs from it so far, "Ego" and "Fall In Love," and today they're putting out another one, the drawling and stormy "Make It Stop." "You got lost in the dark/ What is … More »
Tags: Video, Music, La, Moaning


'The road will kill you': why older musicians are cancelling tours

Health concerns have caused a number of high-profile singers to quit the road but what will it all mean for the industry at large?In a chilling quote from much-loved music documentary The Last Waltz, about The Band’s final concert in 1976, leader Robbie Robertson looks straight into the camera and ominously says: ‘The road will kill you.”At the time, he was just 34. Yet, over four decades later, musicians of his storied era are still on the road – and facing escalating health issues as a consequ...
Tags: Music, US, Music Industry, Culture, Pop and rock, Ozzy Osbourne, Elton John, Metallica, Madonna, Steven Tyler, Aerosmith, Joey Kramer, Robbie Robertson, Metallica James Hetfield


Boy Scouts – “Wish”

Taylor Vick put out her most recent album as Boy Scouts, Free Company, last year. Since releasing that album, the institution that the band is named after has filed for bankruptcy (for some pretty grim shit), so now seems as good a time as any to lay groundwork for some more … More »
Tags: Music, Boy Scouts, Taylor Vick


The National Cancel Japanese Tour Due To Coronavirus

The National have canceled their tour dates in Japan due to coronavirus. The band were scheduled to play in Tokyo for two nights on 3/17 and 3/18 at Zepp DiverCity. In a statement they wrote: "Much to our disappointment, in the interest of public safety our March 17+18 dates in Tokyo have been … More »
Tags: Music, Japan, News, Tokyo, The National, Zepp


The Met’s New Dutchman

What’s new? Well, a new Dutchman (Bryn Terfel got hurt, preventing him from singing at the Met again), a new Senta, and an entirely new production that’s dream-like, “a heady mixture of painted elements, video and dance that continues throughout the intermissionless performance.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Bryn Terfel, Senta, 03.01.30


Damien Jurado – “Birds Tricked Into Trees”

The prolific Seattle indie-folk veteran Damien Jurado will return with a new album called What's New, Tomboy? this spring. It'll be his third album in three years, following 2018's Secretly Canadian swan song The Horizon Just Laughed and 2019's Mama Bird debut In The Shape Of A Storm. More »
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