Gonhills – “Subway”

Gonhills is an exciting new Boston based rapper with a signature sound and crafty delivery. He has been making a lot of noise regionally with a series of boiling hits like “Horibyung” and “Closed Doors”. One more hit away from the pop, Gonhills takes us deeper into the void with the release of his brand new single, titled, “Subway.” The song is brilliant, it tells his story through the trendy imagery and catchy hook. A perfect jump-on track for newfound fans with its commercial elements but sti...
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Watch Ben Gibbard Play Death Cab’s Earliest Material In Rarities Livestream

Is Ben Gibbard going to single-handedly get us all through quarantine? I mean, a lot of other people are doing livestream performances, but Gibbard is really going all in: He is playing daily, and every day he brings something new to the table. To recap so far, Gibbard covered Radiohead and … More »
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#TrackOfTheDay: “Your Reality’s a Fantasy But Your Fantasy is Killing Me”

by Boom Boom Satellites feat. Chuck Dfrom Japan, USA (2001) I first ran into this song on a compilation that I have long since lost. But it was only when I heard a track on the Appleseed soundtrack that Boom Boom Satellites got my full attention. I should’ve paid more attention to begin with–I mean…Chuck D. But my brain is scattered on the best of days. This madness comes from their 2001 album Umbra. Boom Boom Satellites photo by Itaru Hirama (???) from ...
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Dlomickey – “Save Me”

Rising Saint Louis, MO based Hip Hop artist Dlomickey releases his new single titled “Save Me” available on all streaming platforms!  Follow him on Instagram @dlomickey.
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Newsclips – “Rhyme Prisms” (Prod. By Billy Phono)

Kansas City, Missouri based Hip Hop artist Newsclips releases his new single titled “Rhyme Prisms” produced by Billy Phono.  Follow him on Instagram @news_clips. 
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Watch James Blake Cover Radiohead’s “No Surprises” In His Quarantine Livestream

You know the story by now: The music industry, like much of everything else, is grinding to a halt amidst the coronavirus pandemic and people self-quarantining around the globe. There won't be any tours or gigs for a while, and artists have taken to performing via livestream in order to still play for fans, and … More »
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Suhr Guitar Talk :: Does anyone know what bridge this is?

Author: qwe200 Subject: Does anyone know what bridge this is? Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2020 1:53 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 It seems Suhr is shipping a new version of the Gotoh double locking bridge to Japan. Looks like the bridge is made in Japan. Does anyone know how this is different than the double locking Gotoh sold in the US and/or if it is a new offering?
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Tres Warren Of Psychic Ills Dead At 41

Tres Warren, frontman of the New York psych-rock duo Psychic Ills, has passed away. The band shared a statement today on their Facebook page. No cause of death was given. Warren was 41 years old. More »
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Cardi B Thinks Celebrities Are Getting Paid to Say They Have Coronavirus

Cardi B has a very “interesting” theory about the novel coronavirus. While a number of celebrities have revealed that they have COVID-19, including Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson, Idris Elba, NBA star Kevin Durant, Bravo’s Andy Cohen and more, but not everyone has exhibited symptoms, which has Cardi a bit confused. “Let’s say if I have the coronavirus right now. How am I supposed to know I got it because sometimes y’all be like, ‘If y’all have a cough, you have it,'” she said on Instagram Li...
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The best free music players for Windows PCs

Need a way to organize and play your local tracks? We've rounded up and reviewed the best free media players.
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All the best free classes and memberships online right now: Get fit, learn a language, read a book, have family movie night…

We’ve all been seeing our social feeds fill up with amazing “OMG THIS IS FREE RIGHT NOW!” posts from friends, and it’s hard to keep track of it all! Between the online story time for kids, the Club Quarantine virtual dance parties, the museum tours, and the weekly Debbie Allen dance classes that are giving me life…there’s […]
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Billie Joe Armstrong – “I Think We’re Alone Now” (Tommy James And The Shondells Cover)

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong is the latest musician to join in on the quarantine fun (?) by covering a song. As artists get more and more bored while trapped in their homes, no doubt we'll be getting many, many more of these. Armstrong picked "I Think We're Alone Now," the hit title track … More »
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J Balvin And Bad Bunny, Urbano’s Lovable Superstar Freaks

Let me explain what's happening in that blessed image up top. The men dressed up like life-size cartoon characters are J Balvin and Bad Bunny, two of the biggest stars in the Spanish-speaking music world, figures so transcendently popular that they've repeatedly spilled over to English-speaking audiences with little to no knowledge of the urbano … More »
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I listened to the coronavirus playlists on Spotify so you don’t have to

As the COVID-19 global pandemic has turned us all into hermit crabs, amusing ourselves has become more important than ever. So, because I’m kinda bored and I want to see what people have created, let’s check out the coronavirus-related playlists on Spotify and see what kinds of songs are on them. My Spotify playlists have become even more important to me now that I’m basically at home all the time — I’ve scored almost all aspects of my life just to make up for the fact that I’m seeing the same f...
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Stream Sufjan Stevens & Lowell Brams’ New Album Aporia A Few Days Early

Aporia is a new collaborative album between Sufjan Stevens and his stepfather Lowell Brams. It was originally supposed to come out this Friday (3/27), but like a lot of album releases, coronavirus has thrown a wrench in those plans. In this case, Stevens and Brams' label Asthmatic Kitty turned it into a positive: Aporia is … More »
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Aurlus Mabele, Congolese King of Soukous Music, Dies at 66

His up-tempo hits and high-wattage performances were highlighted by spectacular dance moves. He contracted the coronavirus and died in Paris.
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TOKiMONSTA Returns with New Album, ‘Oasis Nocturno’

With EarthGang, VanJess, Sunni Colón, and more.
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Weekly Dope: The Weeknd, Childish Gambino, TOKiMONSTA & More

A collection of our favorite tracks of the week.
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Premature Evaluation: Waxahatchee Saint Cloud

Katie Crutchfield creates a new vocabulary when she sings. Her voice curls around words -- she adds extra syllables to them and smushes them together, she fits them into places they cannot go. On Saint Cloud, her fifth album as Waxahatchee, Crutchfield's voice is more versatile than ever. Every enunciation feels purposeful, whether she's gasping … More »
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Stream Zack Mexico’s New Album Sound Waves For The Relaxed And Dying

A few years ago, I saw the North Carolina band Zack Mexico open for Future Island in Charlottesville, and they just destroyed. Zack Mexico are a six-piece who come from the beachfront towns of the Outer Banks, and they play a revved-up form of psychedelia that draws a whole lot from krautrock. Their six-piece lineup … More »
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