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VIDEO: Utah Jazz Player Rudy Gobert Rubs Hands All Over Mics at Press Conference Before Coronavirus Diagnosis

Video footage has surfaced showing Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert groaning and rubbing his hands all over the microphones Monday (Mar. 9) at a press conference at Zions Bank Basketball Campus in Salt Lake City, Utah prior to him testing positive for COVID-19 aka coronavirus. Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert groaned and touched all microphones at a press conference before being ‘preliminary’ diagnosed with the Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/bbWU3qH06g — Breaking911 (@Breaking911) March 12, 2020 As we ...
Tags: Videos, Utah, Wtf, Sports, Oklahoma City Thunder, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Utah Jazz, OKC, Rudy Gobert, Gobert, Salt Lake City Utah, Really, Coronavirus, Zions Bank Basketball Campus


King Magnetic & DJ E.REX – “How It All Started” Ft. GQ Nothin Pretty (Video Premiere)

King Magnetic takes us back to his stomping grounds of Allentown, PA to show us “How It All Started” in this nostalgic new video. The single is a collaborative effort produced by New York’s DJ E.REX, with a guest appearance from Mag’s longtime collaborator, GQ Nothin Pretty.
Tags: Videos, New York, Jazz, Allentown, King Magnetic, DJ E REX


Willow Smith & Boyfriend Tyler Cole to Lock Themselves in Glass Box for 24-Hour Performance Art Exhibit on Anxiety

Well, this is certainly an interesting art exhibition: Willow Smith will put herself on display for 24 hours in a glass box to bring awareness to anxiety. Beginning at 9 p.m. PST tonight (Mar. 11), Smith and boyfriend/musical collaborator Tyler Cole will participate in a performance art piece for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. The two will visually express the eight stages of anxiety: paranoia, rage, sadness, numbness, euphoria, strong interest, compassion, and acceptance. The pe...
Tags: Celebs, Los Angeles, Mental Health, Anxiety, Pop Culture, Jazz, Willow Smith, Smith, Performance art, Tyler Cole, Willow, Museum of Contemporary Art, LA Times Smith


Saint Lyor Drops ‘IF MY SINS COULD TALK’ EP

Eleven new tracks from the Brockton native.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Brockton, Lyor, Saint Lyor


Tom Hanks & Wife Rita Wilson Test Positive for Coronavirus

Tom Hanks announced Wednesday (Mar. 11) that he and his wife Rita Wilson have both tested positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus), making them the first A-Listers to go public with a diagnosis. According to TMZ, Tom and Rita were filming an Elvis Presley movie in Australia, and after experiencing cold symptoms, the couple decided to get tested for coronavirus, with the results returning positive. Hanks took to Instagram just moments ago with the following statement: Hello, folks. Rita and I are down...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, Australia, Tom Hanks, Pop Culture, Jazz, Elvis Presley, World Health Organization, Tom, Rita Wilson, Rita, Hanks, Coronavirus, Tom Hanks Wife Rita Wilson


NBA Suspends Remainder of 2019-2020 Season After Utah Jazz Player Rudy Gobert Tests Positive for Coronavirus

The NBA has announced that the remainder of the 2019-2020 season has been put on hold after Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert tested positive for the coronavirus. As a result of Gobert’s positive test result, which was reported shortly before tip-off of tonight’s game between the Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder in OKC, the rest of the Jazz players are currently being quarantined. According to the NBA’s official statement, Gobert was NOT in the arena at the time of his diagnosis. NBA Suspends Remainde...
Tags: Sports, Oklahoma City Thunder, Basketball, Nba, Pop Culture, Jazz, Utah Jazz, OKC, Rudy Gobert, Gobert, Coronavirus


Q&A Interview With Texas Based Hip Hop Artist G Phatz

For all the readers who don’t know, is G Phatz your real name or your artist name? It is my artist Name / hood name what most people know me by. How long have you been making music? Any specific influences? Started rocking parties free styling in the late 90s and drop my first album with a group early 2000’s. Being from the south we have so many different influences on our music . Of course Houston artist such as the SPC ( point Blank , K-Rino , Klondike Kat , ) , SUC and the Getto Boys had ...
Tags: Spotify, La, Hip Hop, New Orleans, Jazz, Houston, Sxsw, Corpus Christi, SPC, Q&A Interviews, G Phatz, Blank K Rino Klondike Kat SUC


Q&A With Rising Baltimore Based Hip Hop Artist KennyOffTh3Henny

For all the readers who don’t know, is KennyOffTh3Henny your real name or your artist name? Kenny’s my actual nickname. The Off The Henny part (stylized as OffTh3Henny) was added since it had a better ring to it than my true full name. How long have you been making music? Any specific influences? I’ve been playing guitar since I was 8 and started recording some of my rock music covers and originals when I was 13. I made my first full-length rock album as a senior project in high school, but onc...
Tags: Spotify, Hip Hop, Eminem, Jazz, Baltimore, Josh, Benny, Kenny, Henny, Q&A Interviews, KennyOffTh3Henny, Nas AZ, Calvin Coolidge Dude, Ric Ward, Phil Michael, McDaniel Ric Ward


Defter – “Dad Is Dead”

Check out “Dad Is Dead“, the new single by Defter (Raw Proof x SK9: Strick-9) from Nashville.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Strick, Defter


Coachella and Stagecoach postponement creates potential conflicts with other festivals and tours

Now that festival promoter Goldenvoice has officially announced that its Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Stagecoach Country Music Festival — which typically take place over three consecutive weekends in April at the Empire Polo Club grounds in Indio — will be postponed until October, Southern California is looking at an event-filled fall season. In the wake of the novel coronavirus concerns, Coachella has been moved to Oct. 9-11 and 16-18 while its sister fest Stagecoach has been bu...
Tags: Music, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Music Festivals, Coachella, Stagecoach, Riverside County, Staples Center, Nick Cave, Concerts, Luke Bryan, Pearl Jam


Def-I – “Gather Round” Ft. Ariano

Rising New Mexico based artist Def-I continues the “Dream Trails” magic and teams up once again with veteran SoCal producer Ariano releasing the first single “Gather Round”.  This is off his new album “Deserted Oceans“. 
Tags: Jazz, New Mexico, Singles, Ariano, Def-i


Sound, Music And Damage To Our Lives

“I know of numerous composers who suffer from tinnitus — that ringing or other sound in the ears which never shuts off. And even violinists tend to end up with hearing damage in the left ear, since that is the one closest to the sound of the instrument. It is, of course, the sounds we don’t make ourselves that we are most disturbed by. Noise from neighbours can be fatal. It is not unknown for disputes to end in murder or suicide.”   – Irish Times
Tags: Art, Music, 03.11.20


The best video game soundtracks of all time

In this guide, we pay homage to an often forgotten part of games, as we count down the best video game music.
Tags: Gaming, Music, Trends, Mario, Soundtracks, BioShock: Infinite


Def-I – “Deserted Oceans“ Prod. By Ariano (Album)

New Mexico based artist Def-I releases his brand new album titled “Deserted Oceans“, produced by veteran SoCal producer Ariano. This album features T.R.3, Josh Dominguez, Ami Kim, Tanaya Winder, Sage Cornelius & LDontheCut. 
Tags: Albums, Jazz, New Mexico, Ariano, Def-i


Protomartyr – “Processed By The Boys”

The Detroit post-punk misanthropes Protomartyr continued their rise to underground stardom with 2017's fantastic Relatives In Descent. Since then, they've kept up a steady stream of short-form collaborations with the likes of Preoccupations, Spray Paint, and the Breeders' Kelley Deal, who's joining their … More »
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How Will Festival Cancellations Due To Coronavirus Affect Indie Musicians?

Detroit rockers Dogleg have spent the last several months building a considerable amount of buzz around their debut LP, Melee -- and its release, which is set for this Friday, was perfectly timed with what would've been an all-out performance assault at this year's SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. "We'd been sitting on the record … More »
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Conejo – “Run The Jewels” Ft. Bugzy

Exclusively off the highly acclaimed new album, “West Adams“, by Los Angeles underground legend Conejo, check out “Run The Jewels” featuring long time collaborator Bugzy. Available in hard copy only, buy “West Adams” CD Limited Edition on BonarueNation.org
Tags: Los Angeles, Jazz, Singles, Conejo, Bugzy


Coachella Delayed Until October, Miku Expo US & Canada Tour Might Be as Well

Unfortunately Hatsune Miku will have to wait before making her crucial Coachella debut as the musical venue has been pushed back to October, once again as a result of the panic amassed by the spreading Coronavirus – with there being potential for the Miku Expo US and her Canada Tour being delayed as well. The […]
Tags: Music, US, International, Events, Canada, Anime, Announcements, Delays, Hatsune Miku, Vocaloid, Coronavirus


R.A. the Rugged Man – “Wondering (How to Believe)” Ft. David Myles (Video)

R.A. the Rugged Man presents the official music video for “Wondering (How to Believe)”, the 2nd single off his upcoming 3rd album All My Heroes Are Dead, dropping April 17.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, R.a. The Rugged Man, David Myles Video


Jay Worthy Taps Grafh & ElCamino for Two Harry Fraud-laced Tracks

Off his Two4One EP; produced by Alchemist, Harry Fraud, Jake One, and Cardo.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Daytona, Harry Fraud, Grafh, Elcamino, Jay Worthy, Jay Worthy Taps Grafh, ElCamino for Two Harry Fraud, Alchemist Harry Fraud Jake One


King Iso – “World War Me” (Video)

With his Strange Music debut set to come out this weekend, Nebraska’s very own King Iso is dropping off the visuals for the title track
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Nebraska, King Iso


Chilly Gonzales Uses Music Theory To Show How “Old Town Road” Relates To “Purple Haze” And “Wonderwall”

Pianist, composer, and professional music explainer Chilly Gonzales has shared another Pop Music Masterclass video, in which he deconstructs the music theory behind pop hits for interested laymen. His latest subject is Lil Nas X's 2019 country-rap smash "Old Town Road," which he argues gets its "country" style from a classic blues major-minor juxtaposition -- … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Jimi Hendrix, Oasis, Chilly Gonzales, GONZALES, Old Town Road, Lil Nas X


Fenne Lily – “Hypochondriac”

Bristol singer-songwriter Fenne Lily self-released her debut album On Hold two years ago and has been building steam ever since, including stints opening for Lucy Dacus and Andy Shauf in North America. Now the 23-year-old has become the latest signing to the esteemed Dead Oceans label. Along with this week's announcement comes a new song, … More »
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