Oneohtrix Point Never Teases New Music

The last few years have been, to say the least, big ones for Daniel Lopatin. His Oneohtrix Point Never project has continued to garner acclaim, at the same time that Lopatin has been asked to collaborate with more and more artists. Last year, he re-teamed with the Safdie brothers to score Uncut Gems. More »
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Watch Apple Music’s Rap Life Live Concert, with Nas, Lil Baby, Rapsody, Wale

Sardine-packed, in-person concerts are a thing of the past. Long live the…
Tags: Videos, Nas, Jazz, Wale, Rapsody, Lil Baby, Nas Lil Baby Rapsody Wale

JAM Project Documentary Will Look Behind the Scenes of the Legendary Band

The legendary anime song-performing band JAM Project (“JAM” standing for “Japan Animationsong Makers”) has announced they’re producing a documentary about their band’s long history. JAM Project was originally founded in the year 2000 by anisong singer Ichirou Mizuki and was joined by Hironobu Kageyama and Masaaki Endoh. Currently, the group is comprised of Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki […]
Tags: Music, Japan, Documentary, Anime, PV, Jam Project, Japan Animationsong Makers, Ichirou Mizuki, Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Hironobu Kageyama Masaaki

NEMS – “YKTFV” (Video)

The Mayor of Coney Island Nems just dropped the visuals for “YKTFV” off of his single release “Bamboo.” The track is produced by D-Block’s Vinny Idol. The post NEMS - "YKTFV" (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, NEMS, Coney Island Nems, Vinny Idol

Audience Shuts Down Madrid Opera Performance Protesting Lack Of Social Distancing

A performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Un Ballo in Maschera” at the Teatro Real was canceled after spectators spent more than an hour shouting and clapping to protest against what they said were insufficient social distancing measures in the opera house’s mezzanine levels. Photos and videos shared on social media showed filled rows in the upper sections of the house, in contrast to the orchestra level of the auditorium, where spectators were separated by vacant seats. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Giuseppe Verdi, Teatro Real, 09.21.20

Bobby Shmurda Denied Parole, Wil Remain in Jail Until December 2021

Bobby Shmurda will be in prison a bit longer than expected. TMZ reports that the rapper went up for a parole hearing, and was denied the ability to be sprung from prison early. He’ll remain in custody until the end of his maximum sentence, which is December 11th, 2021. A spokesperson from the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision said in a statement: “Following his Sept. 15, 2020, interview with the Board of Parole, Ackquille Pollard was denied release and given a ho...
Tags: Celebs, Crime, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Bobby Shmurda, Bobby, New York State Department of Corrections, Ackquille Pollard

If Justin Bieber’s Wife Is Really So Great Then She Deserves Better Songs Than This

Changes was a funny name for an album that rarely seemed to change at all. Conceptually, it made some kind of sense: Justin Bieber's life had transformed in the four and a half years since Purpose, the blockbuster LP that spawned three #1 hits, infused Bieber's pop-R&B sound with an EDM undercurrent, and completed his … More »
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Sam Smith, Cara Delevingne, Bruno Mars, Paris Hilton, Harry Styles, Lady Gaga, Willow Smith, Pink, X-men, Keith Urban, Marilyn Manson, Big Sean

Prayers Up: “Girlfriends” Star Reggie Hayes Hospitalized for Heart Problems

Everyone keep actor Reggie Hayes in your prayers. The “Girlfriends” star was recently hospitalized and shared the news with fans by posting a picture of himself in a hospital bed. “F**k you 2020. It’s just one step forward and two steps back this year #reggiehayes,” Hayes captioned the photo on Instagram. View this post on Instagram Fuck you 2020. Its just one step forward and two steps back this year #reg...
Tags: Celebs, Netflix, Hospitalized, Pop Culture, Jazz, Haynes, Hayes, Girlfriends (TV Show, Reggie Hayes

Shay Lia – “Love Me, Love Me Not” (Video)

Shay's 'SOLARIS' project arrives this week.
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Met Opera Made Huge Payment To James Levine In Settlement

The settlement, whose terms have not been publicly disclosed until now, called for the company and its insurer to pay Mr. Levine $3.5 million, according to two people familiar with its terms. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Levine, James Levine, 09.21.20

Bobby Shmurda Denied Parole

Bobby Shmurda has been denied parole, per a report from TMZ, who say that the rapper was interviewed by the parole board last week. TMZ says that he is now expected to held in prison until the end of his sentence in December 2021. Shmurda, real name Ackquille Pollard, was arrested in 2014. More »
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Orlando Brown Gives Testimony in Church About Quitting Drugs & Turning to God

Orlando Brown says he’s done with drugs and is ready to give his life to God. Footage recently surfaced of Orlando giving a testimony at a church in Texas telling the congregation that he has turned his life around after previously heading into a downward spiral after experimenting with drugs. The 32-year-old started out by telling everyone his name and saying that they may recognize him “from a little show called ‘That’s So Raven.'” He went on to state that he dabbled in drugs, including crysta...
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ethemadassassin – “Don’t Mix Ya Dishes” | MIC SESSION

North Carolina based Hip Hop artist ethemadassassin pulls up to the HQ and drops his exclusive Mic Session performing, “Don’t Mix Ya Dishes“. The post ethemadassassin - "Don't Mix Ya Dishes" | MIC SESSION first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, North Carolina, Don, Mic Sessions, ETHEMADASSASSIN

Ricky Felix Drops ‘High End Theory’ Project

Brockton's own lays off his debut project.
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William Basinski – “Tear Vial”

Last month, ambient legend William Basinski announced a new album, Lamentations, made up of tape loops from the composer's seemingly vast archives. At the time, he shared a piece from it called "O, My Daughter, O, My Sorrow" and today he's putting out another Lamentations cut called "Tear Vial," which immediately precedes that … More »
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Loop Recording First Album Since 1990

In 2013, the spacey psychedelic English band Loop reunited and have been playing shows sporadically since then. In 2015, they released an EP called Array 1, which was supposed to be the first project in a series of of three that never materialized. But today the band has announced that they are about … More »
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Weekly Dope: Curren$y, Harry Fraud, Armani Caesar, Baby Keem & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week
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Uh-Oh! NY Post Is Afraid Beethoven Might Be Canceled

“To woke critics, Beethoven’s music has taken on a new, darker meaning. To musicologist Nate Sloan and songwriter Charlie Harding, stars of the “Switched on Pop” podcast produced in association with the New York Philharmonic, the Fifth Symphony is a stand-in for everything they don’t like about classical music and Western culture. As far as they’re concerned, it’s time to cancel Ludwig.” – New York Post
Tags: Art, Music, Beethoven, Nate Sloan, Charlie Harding, 09.17.20, New York Philharmonic the Fifth Symphony

Stream Hardcore Punk Legends Dropdead’s First Album In 22 Years

The Providence band Dropdead have been around since 1991, and they've become legends by playing ugly, raw, frantic hardcore punk and by doing it faster than everyone else. The typical Dropdead song is about one minute long, and it's fast enough to peel your scalp off of your skull. But while Dropdead have never broken …
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Mister CR – “Reputable” EP

Los Angeles emcee and Project Blowdian Mister CR is back with a new 7-track EP, “Reputable”. His signature flow, consistency throughout the past decade, and dedication to the craft proves he’s one of the best out the West.  The post Mister CR - "Reputable" EP first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Los Angeles, Albums, Jazz, Mister CR

The Month In Jazz – September 2020

We lost two major jazz voices this month. Bassist Gary Peacock died September 4th at 85. He was one of those players whose experience spans a vast range; he was a member of Miles Davis's quintet in 1964, subbing for Ron Carter; that same year, recorded Spiritual Unity with Albert Ayler. He played in a … More »
Tags: Music, Thelonious Monk, Miles Davis, Artemis, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Dan Weiss, Albert Ayler, Ron Carter, Christian McBride Big Band, Gary Peacock, Cécile McLorin Salvant, Stanley Crouch, Dwight Trible, Ugly Beauty, John Hollenbeck, Mino Cinelu

Der Traumjob ist tot. Hat er überhaupt jemals existiert?

Ich bin in der goldenen Ära der Rom-Coms aufgewachsen: in den späten 90ern und frühen 2000ern, als Filme wie Wie werde ich ihn los – in 10 Tagen, 30 über Nacht, Miss Undercover, Ungeküsst und Sweet Home Alabama – Liebe auf Umwegen Blockbuster waren. Diese Filme hatten einen tiefgreifenden Einfluss auf mich. Und ich weiß, ich bin nicht die einzige, der es so geht. Doch meine Erkenntnis war nicht, dass es das größte Ziel im Leben ist, möglichst jung zu heiraten. Oder dass die Chancen sehr ho...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Alabama, Los Angeles, Paris, Philadelphia, Lauren Conrad, Welt, Carrie Bradshaw, New America, Dana, Mir, Sinn, Wert, Wie

Zubin Mehta: Levine And Domingo Were Blacklisted!

Mehta doesn’t mind that both Domingo and Levine are facing allegations of sexual harassment in the United States. “We leave the blacklists to American puritanism. Levine has been ruined by the US media. Domingo has had to leave the Los Angeles Opera, which was worth nothing before him. And all because of complaints that have come from failed artists after 30 years . That sounds like revenge,” commented Mehta. – Weiner Zeitung
Tags: Art, Music, US, United States, Levine, Domingo, Zubin Mehta, Mehta, Los Angeles Opera, 09.11.20

Mitchell James – “Some Kind of Outro” (Video)

Fresh off his new EP Vintage, Colorado rapper Mitchell James releases a video for the closer “Some Kind of Outro”.The post Mitchell James – “Some Kind of Outro” (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Stream Calgary Hardcore Band World Of Pleasure’s Fearsome Debut EP

Few people are better at screaming than Jess Nyx. Nyx is the leader of Mortality Rate, a hardcore band from Calgary, and you should be aware that they kick ass. (Check out their 2017 split with Judiciary or their 2019 EP You Were The Gasoline.) Nyx has also added vocals to … More »
Tags: Music, Calgary, MORTALITY RATE, Jess Nyx, World Of Pleasure, Jess Nyx Nyx, Gasoline Nyx

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