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B. Dolan – “Fallen House Sunken City” 10-Year Anniversary (Album)

Underground Hip Hop heavyweight out of Providence, Rhode Island B. Dolan celebrates the 10-Year Anniversary of the release of his critically acclaimed album titled “Fallen House Sunken City“.  Make sure to visit his Patreon and Instagram @BDOLAN. 
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Providence Rhode Island, Dolan, B. Dolan


ozzy the grouch – “C ME” (Video)

Up and coming underground Hip Hop newcomer ozzy the grouch, out of Los Angeles, CA releases his latest single/video titled “C ME“. Its the first single off his upcoming album “GrouchWORLD” releasing sometime late 2020.  Follow him on Instagram @buddhabootybills @itsalllovecollective.
Tags: Videos, Los Angeles, Jazz, Ozzy The Grouch


Does the Pressure of a Pandemic Transform a Cellist’s Bach?

Alisa Weilerstein is streaming one movement of the Bach cello suites a day, just as she has released a polished studio recording of them.
Tags: News, Classical Music, Bach, Alisa, Downloads and Streaming, Video Recordings, Alisa Weilerstein, Weilerstein, Johann Sebastian, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Cello Suites


Tech Talk :: RE: Action set-up

Author: UberBill Subject: action set-up Posted: Mon Apr 20, 2020 3:12 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 4 Sorry for the confusion, by bridge angle I meant each individual saddle. I have a Wilkinson trem-lock. I did find a video from Elixir regarding the saddle angle(s). They recommended each saddle should remain horizontal once the preferred height is set.
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Henry Grimes and Giuseppi Logan, Lost and Found Jazz Stars, Are Both Gone

The musicians were the two biggest disappearing acts on the jazz avant-garde. Now both have died of complications of the coronavirus.
Tags: News, Jazz, Henry Grimes, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Giuseppi Logan


Fountains Of Wayne Performing With Sharon Van Etten At NJ Benefit Show

Fountains Of Wayne's remaining members are reuniting for the first time in 7 years to pay tribute to their late bandmate Adam Schlesinger, who passed away earlier this month due to complications with COVID-19. Chris Collingwood, Jody Porter, and Brian Young will be joined by Sharon Van Etten, who will play bass and … More »
Tags: Music, News, Sharon Van Etten, Wayne, Brian Young, Adam Schlesinger, Fountains Of Wayne, COVID, NJ Benefit Show, Chris Collingwood Jody Porter


Twenty One Pilots End Panic! At The Disco’s 76-Week Reign On Rock Songs Chart

Panic! At The Disco has been at the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart since November 2018. They landed at the top with "High Hopes" when it was released back then, and it then spent a record-breaking 65 non-consecutive weeks on top, only supplanted in that time by a different Panic! At … More »
Tags: Music, News, Twenty One Pilots, Panic! At The Disco


38 Spesh Drops ‘Army Of Trust 2’ Project

With Planet Asia, ElCamino, Fred the Godson, and more.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, 38 Spesh, Spesh Drops ` Army Of Trust


C.G. – “Never Sold Dope” Ft. Ren Thomas & Bizarre

As the New Jersey-based beatsmith, C.G. gets set to drop his forthcoming compilation EP, “The Certified Genius”, he connects with Ren Thomas and Bizarre (of D12) to craft the equally gritty and catchy “Never Sold Dope.” Thanks to C.G.’s raw and addictive production, the track is an immediate earworm built on a strong foundation of loops and slapping drums. You can consider this your first sample off the EP which drops next month and boasts features from the likes of Guilty Simpson, Rockness Mon...
Tags: Bizarre, New Jersey, Jazz, Singles, Amazon Google, Ren Thomas, Simpson Rockness Monsta




Weekly Dope: Westside Gunn, DVSN, The-Dream & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, The-dream, 2dope, Westside Gunn, Dvsn, Weekly Dope


ethemadassassin & Diar Lansky – “Chain Reaction” (Video)

Watch the video premiere for, “Chain Reaction”, the title track and second single off Diar Lansky and ethemadassassin’s collaborative EP, “Chain Reaction“.  The classic scenery of Venice Beach provides a stunning canvas for this Shot By Curt visual, as the legendary landscape provides a beautiful backdrop that blends with the sharp and witty lyricism provided by both emcees over another vibrant Diar Lansky production.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Venice Beach, Curt, Diar Lansky, ETHEMADASSASSIN


Twenty-One Pilots Ends Panic! At The Disco’s 76-Week Reign On Rock Songs Chart

Panic! At The Disco has been at the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart since November 2018. They landed at the top with "High Hopes" when it was released back then, and it then spent a record-breaking 65 non-consecutive weeks on top, only supplanted in that time by a different Panic! At … More »
Tags: Music, News, Twenty One Pilots, Panic! At The Disco


RJD2 Returns with Seventh Album, ‘The Fun Ones’

Featuring STS, Homeboy Sandman, and Aceyalone.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Rjd2, Homeboy Sandman


Karen in Training Dragged to CoronaHell & Back for “Introducing” SallyBeauty.com to Black Twitter During Pandemic

A young, Karen in training who appeared to have trouble minding her business while scrolling through Twitter one day caught a lot of heat on the platform after she called herself “introducing” black people (women in particular) to Sally’s website to use as an actual resource during the COVID-19 pandemic. Black Americans are already dealing with enough thanks to coronavirus (aka “The Rona”). Not only are we losing our siblings, friends, parents, aunts/uncles and cousins to this virus at a higher ...
Tags: News, Taylor Swift, Funny, US, Social Media, Walmart, Karen, Pop Culture, Hilarious, Jazz, White People, Lol, Black Twitter, Sally, Sallie, Sallie Mae


Rosie Tucker – “Arrow” (Jeffrey Lewis Cover)

Rosie Tucker has released a cover of Jeffrey Lewis' "Arrow," which appears on the prolific musician and comic book artist's 2003 album It's The Ones Who've Cracked That The Light Shines through. It's the third track that Tucker has shared since putting out their sophomore album, Never Not Never Not Never … More »
Tags: Music, Tucker, Jeffrey Lewis, Rosie Tucker


Hear Billie Joe Armstrong Cover “That Thing You Do” In Tribute To Adam Schlesinger

That Thing You Do! has been having a bit of a moment. Adam Schlesinger, the masterful power-pop musician who passed away at the beginning of the month because of complications with the coronavirus, wrote the 1996 music movie's titular track, which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song. The … More »
Tags: Music, Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong, Adam Schlesinger, That Thing You Do


Mozart Was A Brilliant Letter-Writer

Composers’ letters can make frustrating reading. Beethoven’s are brusque, practical affairs; Brahms hides behind a humour as impenetrable as his beard. But with Mozart, you get the whole personality — candid, perceptive and irresistibly alive. – The Spectator
Tags: Art, Music, Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, 04.18.20


How She’s Feeling Now: Checking In With Charli XCX About Her Quarantine LP

The coronavirus pandemic has forced all of us to put just about everything on hold: No matter what you thought your big plans for life in 2020 were, they're not happening anytime soon. That's been felt in the music world, too, with festival and tour cancellations and postponements, and with artists delaying their albums to … More »
Tags: Music, Interview, Charli Xcx, A. G. Cook, BJ Burton


Quelle Chris & Chris Keys – “Mirage” (Feat. Earl Sweatshirt, Denmark Vessey, Big Sen, & Merrill Garbus)

The Detroit-raised, Brooklyn-based rapper and producer Quelle Chris has been on a hell of a run of great albums in recent years: The Jean Grae collaboration Everything's Fine in 2018, the solo effort Guns last year. Later this week, Quelle Chris and the producer Chris Keys will release their own collaborative … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Detroit, Earl Sweatshirt, Tune-yards, Merrill Garbus, Denmark Vessey, Quelle Chris, Chris Keys, Big Sen


Watch The Americans play Tom Waits together, apart

Faced with forced isolation, creative musicians are pushing the limits of telepresence tech to play together, apart. In the video above, my favorite roots rockers The Americans cover Tom Waits' "Hold On" from three different locations connected only by iPhone. The result is magnificent. Below, The Americans' soulful take on Guitar Slim's 1954 breakthrough R&B hit "The Things I Used To Do." See more clips on their Facebook page.
Tags: Post, Music, News, Tom Waits, Creativity, Musicians, Telepresence, Tom


Twitch snags Spotify’s Tracy Chan as its new Head of Product & Engineering for Music

Musicians have been quickly turning to Twitch to support themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic, as they’re no longer able to make money from live gigs and touring. Now Twitch is staffing up to turn this ad hoc use of Twitch into more of a formal product. The company today announced it hired Spotify’s Tracy Chan as its new Head of Product and Engineering for Music. Chan worked at Spotify for four years as Director of Product Management. In this role, he was primarily focused on leading pr...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Media, Youtube, Tech, Tracy, Streaming, Twitch, Soundcloud, Solidarity, CHAN, Facebook Instagram, Olson, Mike Olson, Athena, United Nations Foundation



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