19 May 2020 Playlist: What a Freudian Panel This Is

Tuesday is upon us, crouching like an incubus in that classic painting. Which was also the cover for the VHS of the movie Gothic. Regardless, it just wants to know if you’re going to brew any coffee. We know you will. Enjoy this. Mike Patton performing a track from his excellent Mondo Cane album live. In memory of George Harrison, a bunch of guitarists took to the stage together to perform “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.” They left Prince for last. It’s clear wh...
Tags: Music, Television, Stimuli, Brit, George Harrison, Groucho Marx, Prince, James Corden, Reggie Watts, Mike Patton, Donald Glover, Glover, Mawaan Rizwan, Paget Brewster, Drunk History, What's My Line

JAY-Z Shares a “Couple Songs From 2020” He Likes on New Playlist

From Griselda and Lil Baby... to Fiona Apple.
Tags: Jay-z, Jazz, Playlists, Griselda

Lorde Is Working On “Fucking Good” New Music — And She Can’t Wait To Hug You Again

Lorde checked in last fall to inform the world that her progress on the follow-up to Melodrama -- this website's favorite album of 2017 -- had been by the death of her dog. Today she's back with another update on another delay due to, you guessed it, the … More »
Tags: Music, News, Lorde, Jack Antonoff

Ryley Walker – “The Go In The Go-For-It” (Grandaddy Cover)

Three years ago, when Grandaddy bassist Kevin Garcia died, Ryley Walker shared the band's song "The Go In The Go-For-It" on Twitter, writing, ""Grandaddy was my favorite band as a kid. Still so much love for them." Now he's gone ahead and covered the same song. More »
Tags: Music, Ryley Walker, Grandaddy, Kevin Garcia, Kendra Amalie

#TrackOfTheDay: “He Wants to Live Like You”

Diggs DukeUSA (2017) I have way too much music. You know this if you’ve been around enough, because I rarely remember where I picked up most of it or heard it for the first time. This time, though, with Diggs Duke, I’m pretty sure I know. Because this is from the Brownswood 10 compilation, and Brownswood is Gilles Peterson’s label–fairly certain I heard it first on his show. So yes, this is a short and lovely song–and there’s scads more of his work where this came from. You can...
Tags: Music, Stimuli, Gilles Peterson, Diggs, Brownswood, Diggs Duke, TrackOfTheDay, Bandcamp Brownswood

Polo G’s Sad, Quiet Grace

The latest single from the melancholic young Chicago sing-rapper Polo G is called "33." It's named, at least in part, for Scottie Pippen's number. Within the song, that number only functions as a gun-talk punchline: "This new Glock got 33, Scottie Pippen." But there's still something poetic about the best young rapper in Chicago evoking … More »
Tags: Music, Future, Chicago, Preservation, Meek Mill, Schoolboy Q, Status Ain't Hood, Conway, Scottie Pippen, Reason, Doe Boy, Quelle Chris, Big Ghost Ltd, Polo G, 1TakeJay

An Audience Comes Out of Lockdown for Schubert and Mahler

Observing social distancing, a German theater cautiously restarted live concerts.
Tags: Music, News, Classical Music, Richard, Wagner, Schubert, Mahler, Franz, Gustav, Laufenberg, Uwe Eric, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings

Eroge HMV Requesting Timed Masturbation

The “Faphero” concept (a Guitar Hero parody demanding player onanism to the provided beat as they watch erotic visuals) has yet to completely die out as a relatively new HMV from one erotic creator has implemented the idea for those seeking new forms of stimulation. The creator has produced several HMVs and sex-laden parodies in […]
Tags: Games, Music, Parody, HMV, Anime, Fetish, Pc Gaming, Music Games, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Eroge, MikuMikuDance

Premature Evaluation: The 1975 Notes On A Conditional Form

The first voice on the 1975's new album Notes On A Conditional Form does not belong to Matty Healy. On opening track "The 1975," teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg spends five minutes calmly and methodically explaining how fucked our species will be if we do not reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As the band eases into … More »
Tags: Music, The 1975, Premature Evaluation, Matty Healy, Greta Thunberg

South Carolina Woman Charged With Attempted Murder After Shooting at Her Ex & His New Boyfriend

A South Carolina woman is facing serious charges after she opened fire on her ex-boyfriend and his new boyfriend in a drive-by shooting. Spartanburg police said they arrested 53-year-old Renee Lavonne Simon Sunday night (May 17) after a man reported that she’d shot at him and his boyfriend as they were arriving at a home on Lincoln Drive. The man told police that Simon was his ex-girlfriend, and she was apparently angry at him for moving on with his life and shacking up with someone else who jus...
Tags: Wtf, Crime, News, Shooting, Guns, Jazz, Gun Violence, South Carolina, Toxic Relationships, Simon, Spartanburg, Lincoln Drive, Spartanburg South Carolina, Really, Crazy Exes, Spartanburg County Detention Center

Joe Rogan’s massive podcast is moving exclusively to Spotify

The podcast's audio and video will be available on Spotify for free
Tags: Spotify, Music, News, Podcasts, Trends, Joe Rogan, Movies & TV, Spotify podcasts

IDLES – “Mr. Motivator”

Two years ago, IDLES released their last album, Joy As An Act Of Resistance. The album was widely acclaimed, and deeply beloved. If you happened to catch any IDLES show across 2018 or 2019, you already know how fervent their fanbase had become, how intense their shows could get. It was clear that whatever they … More »
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Incubus’ Brandon Boyd Covered Beach House

Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd has released a cover of Beach House's "Myth," from the band's 2012 album Bloom. Incubus were supposed to go on an extensive tour with 311 this summer, but that has naturally been cancelled. Boyd has started to spend some of his time in isolation doing covers -- … More »
Tags: Music, Beach House, Boyd, Incubus, Brandon Boyd, Brandon Boyd Covered Beach House

Phoebe Bridgers – “I See You”

Phoebe Bridgers has had a non-stop ascendent few years, and it's easy to forget that she only actually has one solo album to her name. Earlier this year, she announced she'd soon return with her highly anticipated sophomore outing, Punisher. So far, we've heard "Garden Song" and "Kyoto" -- and it … More »
Tags: Music, Kyoto, Phoebe Bridgers

Trent Reznor’s Quarantine Advice: “Listen To Bowie, And Don’t Be Too Hard On Yourself”

Happy quarantine from Trent Reznor! Today, in honor of the two year anniversary of the time that Nine Inch Nails made fans show up in person to buy tickets to their Cold And Black And Infinite Tour, Reznor has shared an update on NIN's official website. More »
Tags: Music, News, David Bowie, Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor Today

LION BABE – “Hot In Herre” (Video)

During their Around The World At Home Virtual World Tour.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Lion Babe, Herre

Watch Ryuichi Sakamoto "Playing the Piano for the Isolated"

The great Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto—whose work has spanned the electronic pop of Yellow Magic Orchestra and numerous film scores to experimental ambient and contemporary classical—has released this magnificent live performance, "Playing the Piano for the Isolated." His special guest is Shamisen master Hidejiro Honjoh. “Music, work, and life all have a beginning and an ending,” Sakamoto has said. “What I want to make now is music freed from the constraints of time.”
Tags: Post, Video, Music, News, Experimental, Piano, Ambient, Classical, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sakamoto, Shamisen, Hidejiro Honjoh

Sting Has Released A New Version Of “Don’t Stand So Close To Me”

Sting has released a new version of "Don't Stand So Close To Me" for these socially distant times. An official remix of the song by Grammy-winning producer Dave Audé has popped up online. It turns the Police song into a thumping dance track, and it sounds like Sting might have even re-recorded his vocals for … More »
Tags: Music, Sting, The Police, Dave Audé

Orange County rock band Lit’s Jeremy and Ajay debut new country project The Popoff Brothers

As brothers Jeremy and Ajay Popoff, who are, respectively, the guitarist and vocalist of Fullerton-based rock band Lit, sat with fellow songwriters Kenton Bryant and Johnathan Singleton in Nashville, Tenn., to work on a batch of songs, they kept conjuring up vignettes of summer. Playing baseball in the street, cracking open a cold Coca-Cola on a hot day, watching the sunset, counting the stars and squishing sand between your toes at the beach. These were all the moments captured in the song “Son...
Tags: Music, Florida, Jimmy Fallon, Atlanta, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Katy Perry, Nashville, Jeremy, Orange County, Coca Cola, Concerts, Butch Walker, Bel Air, Nashville Tenn

Watch Roger Waters Play “Mother” And Bemoan That He Can’t Post It On Pink Floyd’s Website

Roger Waters and David Gilmour gonna Roger Waters and David Gilmour. When Waters left Pink Floyd in 1985, he famously sued the rest of the band for continuing to use the name without him, and although they've reunited a few times since then, it seems there's still some bad blood there. Everything is not rosy … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Pink Floyd, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Post It On Pink Floyd

Mach deine Füße summer-ready – mit diesen Peelings & Masken

Ob du nun zu den Menschen gehörst, die seit Beginn der Selbst-Isolation ungeschminkt und in Homewear unterwegs sind oder zu denen, die sich trotz allem jeden Morgen ordentlich anziehen und schminken, ich könnte wetten, eine Sache ist bei dir in den letzten Monaten unter den Tisch gefallen: deine Füße.Und das ist auch absolut verständlich, denn beim Zoom-Meeting hält man ohnehin selten die Füße in die Kamera und spazieren gehen kannst du schließlich auch in Sneakern. Außerdem war es bis jetzt ja...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rihanna, Morgen, Bett, Tisch, Idee, Tagen, Kamera, Dann, Kein Wunder, Maske, Deine Füße, Masken, Kleiner Tipp, Marilyn Monroes Hautpflegeroutine

Bedouine – “All My Trials”

Azniv Korkejian, the LA-based artist who records as Bedouine, makes soft, delicate, beautiful folk music. There's a long, rich tradition of musicians using soft, delicate, beautiful folk-music as a forum for the left-wing rallying cry, and it seems like Korkejian is getting in touch with that tradition right now. Last month, Bedouine released her version … More »
Tags: Music, News, La, Bedouine, Korkejian

박혜진 Park Hye Jin – “Like this”

박혜진 Park Hye Jin is a rapper, singer, DJ, and producer from Seoul. Now based in LA, she attracted some well-deserved attention in 2018 for IF U WANT IT, her promising debut EP of dreamy house and techno, and she's getting ready to follow it up with another EP called How can I. More »
Tags: Music, La, Seoul, 박혜진 Park Hye Jin, Hye Jin

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