That Thing You Do!‘s The Wonders Announce Online Reunion To Benefit COVID-19 Relief Fund

The coronavirus pandemic has already left its mark on all aspects of our lives, including the music world. As the industry itself grinds to a halt, we've also already lost several musicians to the disease, from John Prine to Fountains Of Wayne's beloved songwriter Adam Schlesinger. To the general public, there was "Stacy's … More »
Tags: Music, News, Wayne, Stacy, John Prine, Steve Zahn, Ethan Embry, Adam Schlesinger, Tom Everett Scott, That Thing You Do, Jonathon Schaech, The Wonders

DJ J Lon – Patience & Perseverance (EP)

An artist’s first project is always a defining moment. Made in Dallas, emerging recording artist DJ J Long enters the next phase of his career seeking the same success he accumulated as a popular regional DJ. After building high expectations with a buzzworthy performance last February’s Dallas Cypher among several of Dallas’ elite rhymeslayers, J Lon seizes the moment with the release of his debut effort, properly-titled, Patience & Perseverance. The eight-track first impression displays a sli...
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Lul Ron – “Blue” (Video)

DMV based Hip Hop artist Lul Ron releases his new video titled “Blue“.  Follow him on Instagram @lulron__.
Tags: Videos, DMV, Jazz, Lul Ron

Dy-Mi – “#YoNecessitoMiDineri” Snippet

Check out this snippet from Charlotte, NC based female Hip Hop artist Dy-Mi for upcoming single titled #YoNecessitoMiDineri dropping June 2020.  Follow her on Instagram @the_dymi for all updates.
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Stream and Shout: 10 Underseen Rock Documentaries

Missing live music in person? Here are 10 films that will make you feel as if you are there, even on your couch.
Tags: Music, News, Fix, Who, Price, Sarah, Penelope, PAUL, Aaron, Jonathan, Weston, Crawford, Basquiat, Stein, Audrey, Ewell

Jay 28 – “S.O.S” Ft. Chromozone, Dutch & RicoSoFamous

Check out this new single by rising underground Hip Hop artist Jay 28 titled “S.O.S” featuring Chromozone, Dutch & RicoSoFamous.  Follow him on Instagram @wearerealent. 
Tags: Jazz, Jay, Singles, Jay 28

Virginia Pastor Who Dissed Quarantine & Held Packed Church Services Dies of Coronavirus

The pastor of a large church in Virginia has died of COVID-19 just weeks after he proudly showed off how packed his services were and vowed to keep preaching “unless I’m in jail or the hospital,” despite self-isolation recommendations from government officials amid the global pandemic. During his last-known in-person service on Sunday, March 22nd, Bishop Gerald O. Glenn asked his congregation at New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Richmond to stand up to show off how many people were in atten...
Tags: News, Virginia, Church, Jazz, Richmond, Glenn, Human Interest, WTVR, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Held Packed Church Services Dies of Coronavirus, Gerald O Glenn, New Deliverance Evangelistic Church, Marcia Glenn, Mar Gerie Crawley

Guap Tarantino – “Buy Her Chanel”

Future-protege Guap Tarantino developed an unstoppable 2019 run with noteworthy projects like Charge Em Up and Off the Charge and the emergence of a legion of new followers. Capitalizing on the newfound popularity in the new year, Guap keeps the fire lit with his new song, titled, “Buy Her Chanel.” Catering to the ladies in the new effort. Guap Tarantino is Mr. Perfect as he raps over the Ciciero production about lacing his love interest with designers and a night they won’t soon forget. “I mad...
Tags: Jazz, Chanel, Singles, Tarantino, Gucci Mane, Mr Perfect, Guap, Guap Tarantino, Star Production Studios, Foogiano

Isaac Castor – “Fire Drill” (Prod. By Foul Mouth)

  With a new album dropping next week, Isaac Castor drops off the final single “Fire Drill”.  
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Isaac Castor

‘Sister Circle’ Canceled After 3 Seasons: “The Show Hasn’t Grown Its Audience Enough to Continue”

After just three seasons, the Atlanta-based talk show, Sister Circle, has been canceled. The show features and all-black female panel lead by media veteran Rashan Ali and includes singer Syleena Johnson, Married to Medicine star Quad Webb, and Trina Braxton. Media company Tegna produces Sister Circle and released a statement announcing the decision to end the show. “While there are many loyal fans of the show, the show has not grown its audience enough to continue,” Tegna explained. “Our four ta...
Tags: TV, Atlanta, Pop Culture, Jazz, Talk shows, Ali, TEGNA, Syleena Johnson, Rashan Ali, Quad Webb, Sister Circle, Canceled Shows, Trina Braxton Media

Fatt Father – “Bundle Up” (Video)

  Fatt Father releases the lead single & video from his upcoming album King Father, due for release on May 12. Both the video & the song depict the importance of always being prepared for the frigid temperatures of life no matter what the weather is saying.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Fatt Father

Get Used To Hearing Songs Like Powfu’s Simplistic Sadboi Hit “Death Bed”

Have you acclimated to the new normal yet? Have you come to accept it, made peace with it? Oh! No, no, no -- not the paralyzing isolation and anxious fatigue that come with social distancing, self-quarantine, and a looming global pandemic. I mean, sure, that too, but I'm referring to the new normal represented by … More »
Tags: Music, Future, Katy Perry, Charli Xcx, Sam Smith, Selena Gomez, Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, Drake, Trolls, Ridley Scott, Justin Timberlake, The Weeknd, Bryson Tiller, Twenty One Pilots, Cardi B

The Streets & Tame Impala – “Call My Phone Thinking I’m Doing Nothing Better”

A couple weeks ago, we got a brief teaser of a new collaboration between the Streets and Tame Impala. The song has officially arrived today. It's called "Call My Phone Thinking I'm Doing Nothing Better," and it's the first single from the Streets' new mixtape None of Us Are Getting Out of This … More »
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Weekly Dope: Curren$y, Tory Lanez, Tanya Morgan & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, Curren, Tory Lanez, 2dope, Currensy, Tanya Morgan

Watch David Bowie on The Dick Cavett Show (1974)

"The lives of the rock stars are really not as strange as the lives of the fans." And here's Bowie's performance from the show that aired on December 5, 1974:
Tags: Post, Video, Music, TV, News, Interviews, David Bowie, Talk shows, Bowie, 1970s

2DopeRadio, Vol. 2, ep.7

Featuring a guest set from Tanya Morgan's Donwill.
Tags: Jazz, Tanya Morgan, Donwill, Podcasts & Mixes, 2doperadio

UnderRated – “Stay Strong”

  Humboldt County veteran UnderRated drops his most universal song yet with “Stay Strong”  
Tags: Jazz, Humboldt County, Underrated, Singles

Sam Clayton Jr., Sound Engineer With a Global Ear, Dies at 58

Mr. Clayton, who died of the coronavirus, worked with reggae musicians from Jamaica and countries far from the music’s birthplace.
Tags: Music, News, Jamaica, Sam, Clayton, Steel Pulse, Deaths (Obituaries, Reggae Music, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Rastafarianism, Count Ossie (1926-76, Sam Clayton

Ouija Macc – “Fall Thru da Floor” (Video)

Ouija Macc unveils the visuals for his new single “Fall Thru da Floor”.
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Watch Karen O Play Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Our Time” For First Time In A Decade

Yeah Yeah Yeahs leader Karen O is stuck at home just like the rest of us, and she recently took some time to perform a YYYs deep cut, "Our Time," which appears on the band's 2001 debut EP. Per, the last time the band performed it live was at their 2010 10th … More »
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How Artists Bear Witness To Events Of Their Time

Conductor Wilhelm Furtwangler chose one way, conducting in Nazi Germany through World War II. Dmitry Shostakovich chose another in deep Soviet Russia. Joseph Horowitz contrasts the two in this podcast. – The American Interest
Tags: Art, Music, Germany, Russia, Joseph Horowitz, Wilhelm Furtwängler, 04.10.20, Dmitry Shostakovich

Watch David Gilmour Cover Four Leonard Cohen Songs

This month, David Gilmour's wife Polly Samson is releasing a new novel, A Theatre For Dreamers, which takes place on the Greek island of Hydra in 1960 and features Leonard Cohen as one of its characters -- Cohen lived there for real during the same time period. To promote the release of the book, Samson … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Pink Floyd, Leonard Cohen, Hydra, Cohen, Samson, David Gilmour, Polly Samson, Lenoard Cohen

Today’s Live-Streaming Events: ‘Fleabag’ Onstage and a Virtual Nature Walk

Appointment viewing is back. What online events to look out for today, and when to tune in.
Tags: Music, Television, News, Jazz, Walt Disney Company, Theater, Robbins, Phoebe, Jerome, Pizzarelli, Bucky, Paris Opera Ballet, Downloads and Streaming, Video Recordings, Quarantines, Waller-Bridge

Stream Black Dresses’ New Album Peaceful As Hell

Last week, Black Dresses previewed their new album, Peaceful As Hell, with the single "CREEP YOU" and today the whole thing is out in full. It's the fourth full-length team-up between Devi McCallion and Rook, the most recent being last year's LOVE AND AFFECTION FOR STUPID LITTLE BITCHES. Like that one, … More »
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…And Justice For Us: Metallica v. Napster 20 Years Later

The record industry getting caught napping at the onset of the file-sharing era is one of the most resonant cautionary tales of this young century, and one of the saga's most notorious battles officially began 20 years ago today: the instance of mutually assured destruction known as Metallica v. Napster, Inc. This was a case, … More »
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Cautious Clay – “Reaching” f. Alex Isley

The song landed a placement on HBO's 'Insecure.'
Tags: Hbo, Jazz, Songs, Alex Isley, Cautious Clay

Stream Stay Inside’s Debut Album Viewing

Despite the name, Brooklyn's Stay Inside are not specifically a pandemic-themed band. They released their debut EP The Sea Engulfs Us And The Light Goes Out back in 2018 -- not long ago, in the grand scheme of things, but in a time when COVID-19 only existed in pangolin scales or whatever. Still, … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Album Stream, Stay Inside, COVID

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