John Prine – “I Remember Everything”

The late, great John Prine was honored with a star-studded tribute special on Thursday night featuring contributions from Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves, Kurt Vile, Sturgill Simpson, and many more. Shortly after it ended, the Prine family released the last song that John Prine had ever recorded. It's called "I Remember Everything" … More »
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Livestream on Saturday, June 13, 2020

Unanimous Sources will perform our first concert since the lockdown as a livestream from The Nest504. This will be livestream only with no in person audience and the stream will be available on The Nest’s twitch page and on Facebook. The crew at The Nest do a great job with sound and visuals, so it should be a good audio visual experience. It does seem weird to be promoting a performance while our society is in the middle of dissolving/re-inventing itself (depending on how full you think the ...
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Kero Kero Bonito Wrote A Jingle For The PlayStation 5 Game Bugsnax

Sony had a big reveal event today for the PlayStation 5. In addition to detailing their next-generation hardware, they unveiled the opening slate of video games that will launch with the console when it's released this coming holiday season. More »
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Louisville Metro Council Passes “Breonna’s Law,” Which Bans No-Knock Warrants & Requires Body Cams During Raids

The Louisville Metro Council on Thursday (Jun. 11) unanimously voted 26-0 to pass “Breonna’s Law,” which will ban the use of “no-knock” search warrants. The bill was named after Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT worker who died after being shot eight times by police during a drug raid on her home back in March. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said on Twitter that he plans to sign the bill as soon as it hits his desk. “I suspended use of these warrants indefinitely last month, and wholeheartedly ag...
Tags: News, Kentucky, Jazz, Taylor, Louisville, Metro, Jefferson County, Fischer, Walker, Louisville Kentucky, Louisville Metro Police, Greg Fischer, Louisville Metro Council, Louisville Metro Police Department, Kenneth Walker, Police Raids

Black Female Cop Fired for Stopping White Officer Using Chokehold Might Finally Get Her Pension Back

It’s taken twelve years, but a Black female former Buffalo police officer might finally see justice after she was fired for stopping a White officer from using a chokehold on a Black man. Back in 2006, Cariol Horne witnessed officer Gregory Kwiatkowski choking a Black suspect and intervened by jumping on the officer’s back to prevent him from harming the suspect. Two years later, she was fired after 19 years of duty. She was one year away from earning her pension. “The police department didn’t b...
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The Story Behind Every Song On GUM’s New Album Out In The World

You could never question Jay Watson's psych-rock bona fides. The man's resume, of course, includes Tame Impala, the band that implausibly made the leap from being weirdo hallucinogenic rockers from western Australia to arena-conquerors worldwide. But all along the way, Watson also played in Pond, Tame's sister band. And alongside that, he's been putting out … More »
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Another Black Man Said “I Can’t Breathe” Before Dying in Police Custody; Cop Responded: “I Don’t Care”

One of the most powerful parts of the George Floyd video was how the man kept saying that he couldn’t breathe before being killed by police officers. Now, new footage from a 2019 incident in Oklahoma City shows a very similar situation. In May of last year, OKC police were called to a scene where there were reports of a man brandishing a weapon. When they arrived, they found 42-year-old Derrick Scott. The officers questioned Scott before he took off running, and they chased him before tackling h...
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Another Black Man Said “I Can’t Breathe” Before Dying in Police Custody; One Cop Responded: “I Don’t Care”

One of the most powerful parts of the George Floyd video was how the man kept saying that he couldn’t breathe before being killed by police officers. Now, new footage from a 2019 incident in Oklahoma City shows a very similar situation. In May of last year, OKC police were called to a scene where there were reports of a man brandishing a weapon. When they arrived, they found 42-year-old Derrick Scott. The officers questioned Scott before he took off running, and they chased him before tackling h...
Tags: Videos, Crime, News, Jazz, Associated Press, Police Brutality, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Scott, OKC, Oklahoma County, David Prater, Derek Scott, Vickey, George Floyd, Derrick Scott

Livestream The John Prine Tribute Concert With Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves, Kurt Vile, & Many More

John Prine passed away a few months ago following complications with COVID-19. He's been honored with a good deal of cover songs and tributes since then, and tonight a whole bunch of people have gotten together to celebrate the legacy of the legendary songwriter. Picture Show: A Tribute Celebrating John Prine is airing … More »
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Starbucks Bans Employees From Wearing Anything That Supports Black Lives Matter

Like many other businesses and retailers, Starbucks recently took to social media to profess to their support to the black community amid nationwide protests against police brutality, social injustice and systemic racism. However, an internal memo sent to employees last week seems to be portraying a totally different message. The path forward requires open and honest conversations about racial injustices. On Saturday, Starbucks partners came together in an open forum to listen and support one a...
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“His Skull Was Actually Showing”: Man Critically Injured After Toppled Confederate Statue Hit Him in the Head

A Virginia man is fighting for his life in the hospital after he was critically injured when he was hit in the head by a Confederate statue at a monument that was toppled by demonstrators. A witness identified as a Black Lives Matter activist that the injured man, who has since been identified as Chris Green, was at the front of the statue when he was struck in the head as it was pulled down by demonstrators in Portsmouth Wednesday night (Jun. 10). Video footage of the incident showed the exac...
Tags: News, Virginia, Green, Protests, Jazz, Portsmouth, Black Lives Matter, BLM, Richmond, Christopher Columbus, Jefferson Davis, Virginia State Police, Chris Green, Portsmouth Virginia, Portsmouth City Council, Portsmouth Commonwealth

Tulsa Police Officers Arrest Black Teen for Jaywalking, Say Cops Are Shooting Black People “Less Than We Probably Ought To”

Newly surfaced bodycam footage shows two white Tulsa police officers placing two black teens in handcuffs for jaywalking. The incident, which occurred last week and is now under internal investigation, comes as protests against police brutality continue across the country following the murder of George Floyd by a police officer. In the video, the two officers exit their patrol car as the teens pass by walking down the middle of the road. One of the officers says something to the teens, then q...
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Tha Vengian – “Tha Merovengian” Prod. By DJ Radiohead (Album)

Up and coming Canadian artist Tha Vengian collaborates with producer DJ Radiohead, releasing their new album titled “Tha Merovengian“.  Its a 6 track project packed with Boombap and jazz themed beats, blended with clever intellectual lyricism.  Follow him on Instagram @tha_vengian. Tha Merovengian by Tha Vengian
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Trav B Ryan – “No Home” (Video)

Check out this new music/lyric video by rising Brooklyn, NY based artist Trav B Ryan titled “No Home“.  This song is inspired by the hit show The Mandalorian. It tackles the subject of abandoning your beliefs and your code to find yourself. It touches on the topics of destruction and growth, all wrapped in an inspirational and emotional sound. Follow him on Instagram @travbryanmusic.
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Creed Bratton – “Chan Chu Toad”

The Office is moving to NBC's new streaming service next year, but for now it remains one of Netflix's most popular shows. There are people out there who repeatedly binge their way through the beloved sitcom, who keep it humming in the background as if listening through a favorite album. "I think it’s more popular … More »
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Griselda Records “The Almighty Tour” Live Concert 7/25/19 in Los Angeles | Official Recap Video

Official recap of Griselda‘s The Almighty Tour in Los Angeles at Catch One 7/25/19 presented by UGHHBLOG. With all 3 original Griselda Records members Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine, and Benny the Butcher performed in front of a sold out crowed of 800+ people, this event definitively made a mark in Hip Hop history books.  Recap shot and edited by: Prime Suspects @primegod87. Subscribe to our YouTube channel:
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H.E.R. Debuts New Song, ‘I Can’t Breathe’

Live from iHeartRadio's Living Room Concert Series
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Yung – “Progress”

Once upon a time we named Yung -- the grungy, dreamy Danish rock band led by Mikkel Holm Silkjær -- a Band To Watch. They have a new song out today, the first we've heard from them since their 2017 self-titled EP. "Progress" is the A-side from an upcoming 7", their … More »
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Ja, Rosacea kann auch BPoC treffen. So kannst du es erkennen & behandeln

Um das Thema Rosacea ranken sich unzählige Mythen, wie dass Make-up es noch schlimmer macht oder dass die Betroffenen einfach nur zu viel Alkohol trinken. Aber der wohl am weitesten verbreitete Irrglaube ist: Nur weiße Menschen können unter der Hauterkrankung leiden. Doch auch, wenn Rosacea vorwiegend bei Menschen mit helleren Hautfarben auftritt, können auch BPoC daran erkranken. Tatsächlich sagen Expert*innen, dass das deutlich häufiger der Fall ist als viele denken – jedoch wird es oft ni...
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Defund the Police: Warum die US-Polizei staatlich definanziert werden sollte

Polizeigewalt mit Todesfolge an BIPoC ist nicht erst seit dem Mord an George Floyd ein Problem in Amerika. Gegen Derek Chauvin, den Polizisten, der Floyd tötete, gab es zum Beispiel schon mindestens 17 Anzeigen wegen Fehlverhaltens im Dienst. Die für den Tod von Philando Castile, Freddie Gray und Terence Crutcher verantwortlichen Beamt*innen wurden entweder freigesprochen oder die Anklage gegen sie wurde fallen gelassen, und die Beamt*innen, die Michael Brown, Alton Sterling und Tamir Rice tötet...
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6 Things to Do at Home This Weekend

Our culture writers offer suggestions for what to watch, read or listen to while we’re housebound.
Tags: Sweet, Music, News, Dancing, Classical Music, Jazz, Theater, Ny, Gregory, Michelle, Melissa, Louis, Moore, Chekhov, Wallace, Ralph

DaBaby Joins Young T & Bugsey On “Don’t Rush (Remix)”

Jonathan joins the British duo on their hit single.
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Aaron Dessner On His New Song With Michael Stipe And That Whole Antifa Debacle

Aaron Dessner is always working on a ton of music. Quarantine has been no different. Recently, he's had a couple projects germinating -- one of which was a new song with none other than R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe. It all sounds pretty idyllic in a way: If you're going to have to be isolated from friends … More »
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Spillage Village Returns with New Single, “End Of Daze”

The group of EarthGang, J.I.D, 6LACK, Mereba, Jurdan Bryant, and Hollywood JB are back!
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Tommy Lee talks Tik Tok fame, new music and Mötley Crüe’s postponed comeback

After Mötley Crüe agreed to permanently retire following a farewell tour in 2015, Tommy Lee promised himself he’d take a full year off. He’d spent more than three decades playing and partying hard on tour with bandmates bassist Nikki Sixx, vocalist Vince Neil and guitarist Mick Mars, so spending time at home with family and friends sounded like a good deal. He nearly made it, but his basement recording studio ultimately beckoned him and before he knew it he was deep into making an eclectic mix o...
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Elderly Karen Goes Off on Asian Woman Exercising in the Park: “Go Back to Whatever Country You Belong In!”

Another day, another racist Karen spewing hateful things at people who aren’t white. In this instance, Karen is an old white lady who was pissed off at a young Asian woman for exercising on the stairs at Charles H. Wilson Park in Torrance, California. My coworker/friend encountered an evil racist at the park during her workout in Torrance today ? — Sweet T (@mynamegangg) June 10, 2020 According to the young woman, after Elderly Karen walked through her workout on p...
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'I loved the weirdness' – can Laura Marling's crowdless gig rescue live music?

The singer played ticketed livestreams from an (almost) empty church to brighten up lockdown. We took up a lonely pew to see if it could match the real thingAfter three months of shuttered concert venues, hearing Laura Marling’s voice eddy around the Union Chapel in north London is like being dosed with a vitamin I had been leaving out of my diet. It’s almost like hearing live music for the first time; a different kind of beauty than you get on a daily walk or a drive to a castle, something vivi...
Tags: Music, UK, London, US, Life and style, Music Industry, Culture, Laura Marling, Marling, Coronavirus outbreak

Spillage Village – “End Of Daze” (Feat. EARTHGANG, J.I.D, Jurdan Bryant, Mereba, & Hollywood JB)

In recent years, J. Cole's Dreamville label has had an influx of energy from young Atlanta rappers like the scarily talented J.I.D and the proudly boho duo EARTHGANG. Both J.I.D and EARTHGANG come from the ranks of Spillage Village, a loose Atlanta rap duo that's been going since the early '00s. Before EARTHGANG and J.I.D. More »
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