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Statik Selektah & Termanology – “This Too Shall Pass” Ft. Grafh & Haile Supreme (Video)

New visuals for “This Too Shall Pass” off of Termanology and Statik Selektah‘s  recent collaborative project “1982: The Quarantine.” Directed by New Vegas Films, Termanology and Grafh spit verses in Brooklyn with some notable guest appearances by Bun B, UFO Fev, Pounds, Lil Fame, Millyz and more. The post Statik Selektah & Termanology - "This Too Shall Pass" Ft. Grafh & Haile Supreme (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, Brooklyn, Jazz, Statik Selektah, Grafh, Bun B, Pounds, Termanology, Lil Fame, Millyz, UFO Fev, Haile Supreme, Haile Supreme Video, New Vegas Films, New Vegas Films Termanology, Grafh Haile Supreme Video


IDLES “Represent Everything That Is Wrong With Contemporary Cultural Politics” Says Fat White Family Frontman

Last year, Sleaford Mods' Jason Williamson accused IDLES of "appropriating a working-class voice." Then Fat White Family, another UK band, chimed in to agree: "the last thing our increasingly puritanical culture needs right now is a bunch of self neutering middle class boobs telling us to be nice to immigrants," they More »
Tags: Music, UK, News, Fat White Family, IDLES, Sleaford Mods Jason Williamson


REASON OVER TREASON – “How to Cut a Diamond, Vol. 1” (EP Review)

Los angles Born project and Duo REASON OVER TREASON release their latest EP “How to Cut a Diamond, Vol. 1” a 2020 drop produced by Devine Milk and written by Osirius South central raised rapper. I was impressed with the slick look of the cover art it matched perfect with all the expectations.   As we dive into the album I can see this is one to anticipate as the 9 track album was cultivated by the two. Track one started with a production with a sonic sound merged with Hip-Hop boom bap and Eg...
Tags: Reviews, La, Albums, Jazz, Jedi Mind, Osirius, REASON OVER TREASON, Diamond Vol, Osirius South, Reason for Treason, Devine Milk


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Statik Selektah & Termanology – “This Too Shall Pass” f. Grafh & Haile Supreme (Video)

Off 1982's latest project, The Quarantine.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Statik Selektah, Grafh, Termanology, Haile Supreme, Haile Supreme Video


Four Seasons’ Tommy DeVito Dead At 92 From COVID-19

Tommy DeVito, a founding member of the Four Seasons who played lead guitar and sang baritone in the iconic doo-wop group, has died. NJ.com reports that he had recently been hospitalized after contracting coronavirus. He was 92. More »
Tags: Music, The Four Seasons, Obit, Tommy DeVito


San Francisco Symphony, Opera Musicians Sign New, Reduced Contracts

“We voted to accept devastating changes to our existing contract,” stated a press release issued by the musicians. “Had we rejected these cuts — including 50% of our weekly salary for the fall season and deep but graduated cuts for the ensuing two years — we would immediately have been without any income or the guarantee of health coverage.” – San Francisco Examiner
Tags: Art, Music, San Francisco, 09.21.20


Paddy Hanna – “Sinatra”

Way back in the spring, Artist To Watch Paddy Hanna announced his third album, The Hill. So far we've heard two songs from it, "Cannibals" and "Colosseum." Today, he's back with another. More »
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KXNG Crooked & Joell Ortiz Live Like Outlaws On “Hands Up”

Off the Welcome to Sudden Death soundtrack.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Joell Ortiz, Kxng Crooked


3 Ways to Enhance Your Work Garage at Home

If you’re the type of person who loves building, fixing, or innovating, your garage is the most important place in your home. It’s where you can get creative and do things with your hands. With all that’s going on inside your garage, you might neglect to take time to make some enhancements. With all the wear and tear it gets from the various projects, it’s time for some renovations. We’re going to cover some ways you can make your home work garage new and improved. Update the Roof Your roof...
Tags: Home Improvement, Jazz, Garage, Around The House, Work Garage


Watch Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Joan Baez, & More Perform “People Have The Power”

Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Joan Baez, and many more have come together to perform Smith's "People Have The Power" for a new video in support of Pathway To Paris, the climate change organization co-founded by Smith's daughter. The video doubles as an encouragement to get out and vote. More »
Tags: Music, News, Paris, Patti Smith, Smith, Michael Stipe, Joan Baez, Cyndi Lauper, Angelique Kidjo, Pathway to Paris, Patti Smith Michael Stipe Joan Baez


SXSW Launching Online Conference For 2021, Working On Plans For Physical Event

SXSW 2020 was one of the first major events to be called off due to the coronavirus pandemic, with companies and artists pulling out of the festival in the days leading up to its official cancellation. The organization laid off many of its workers and were in … More »
Tags: Music, News, Sxsw


How Music Schools Have Adapted Teaching To Deal With COVID

Heather O’Donovan: “Unlike six months ago, however, they’re prepared to face the challenges. I spoke with leadership at conservatories across the country to get a sense of how they’ve adapted to these unprecedented times. What they shared with me was a deeply heartening show of ingenuity, creativity, and resilience.” – WQXR (New York City)
Tags: Art, Music, 09.16.20, Heather O Donovan


Gunn-Truscinski Duo – “For Eddie Hazel”

Gunn-Truscinski Duo, the project of guitarist Steve Gunn and drummer John Truscinski, announced their new album Soundkeeper last month. And its first single, "Valley Spiral," was inspired by Parliament-Funkadelic guitarist Eddie Hazel. More »
Tags: Music, Parliament Funkadelic, Steve Gunn, Gunn-Truscinski Duo, John Truscinski, Eddie Hazel


RƎƵIN 47 – “Az the World Burnz”

Missouri emcee/producer RƎƵIN 47 releases the apocalyptic rap-rock banger “Az the World Burnz” off his upcoming EP Mental Problemz. The post RƎƵIN 47 – “Az the World Burnz” first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, RƎƵIN 47, RƎƵIN


Nevaeh Jolie – “Screwed Up” f. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie

The recent Def Jam signee will drop her debut EP next month.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Songs, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Nevaeh Jolie


The Smashing Pumpkins Unveil HUF Collab For Mellon Collie’s 25th Anniversary

The Smashing Pumpkins' iconic 1995 album Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness turns 25 years old next month. And to celebrate the anniversary, the Smashing Pumpkins are collaborating with skatewear brand HUF on a new collection that will be out on Thursday. More »
Tags: Music, News, The Smashing Pumpkins, Mellon Collie


The Goodbye Party – “No Reason”

In a couple weeks, Michael Cantor's Philadelphia power-pop project the Goodbye Party is releasing a new album, Beautiful Motors. We've heard two tracks from it already, "Unlucky Stars" and "December Boys," and today we're getting a third, "No Reason," a sweetly sentimental duet with Strawberry Runners' Emi Night, who we haven't … More »
Tags: Music, Philadelphia, The Goodbye Party, Michael Cantor, Goodbye Party, Strawberry Runners, Unlucky Stars, Strawberry Runners Emi


Rexx Life Raj And D Smoke Are “Optimistic” On Their New Collab

Off EMPIRE's 'Voices For Change, Vol. 1' compilation.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Songs, Rexx Life Raj, D Smoke


Album Of The Week: Bob Mould Blue Hearts

Just last year, Bob Mould was happy. He named a whole album Sunshine Rock, of all things. Can you imagine? A veteran purveyor of emotions ranging from pissed-off to angsty to deeply tortured was, after all these years, looking on the bright side. Of course, you could already get the sense from interviews that Mould … More »
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Julia Bardo – “Only Over You” (Fleetwood Mac Cover)

Italian-born, Manchester-based Julia Bardo is about to follow up this year's Phase with another short collection called The Raw EP. Ahead of its release this Friday, she has shared a cover of "Only Over You" from Mirage, Fleetwood Mac's soft-rocking follow-up to the more rambunctious Tusk. Bardo's version is, fittingly, rawer and more … More »
Tags: Music, Manchester, Fleetwood Mac, Julia Bardo, Mirage Fleetwood Mac, Tusk Bardo


Grimes, Lil Yachty, Anderson .Paak, & More Will Be On The Eric Andre Show

Eric Andre's popular Adult Swim series The Eric Andre Show returns for its fifth season next month. It typically has a ton of guest appearances -- and the show has had quite a few music-adjacent ones in the past -- and some of those guests for the new season have just been revealed, … More »
Tags: Music, News, Grimes, The Eric Andre Show, Eric Andre, Taco, Toro Y Moi, Anderson .paak, Joey Bada, Machine Gun Kelly, Eric Andre Show, Big Freedia, Lil Yachty, Grimes Lil Yachty Anderson Paak


Wisconsin Contest Offers Secret Meeting With Justin Vernon To Talk About Voting

Justin Vernon really wants you to vote. Today, in honor of National Voter Registration Day, Vernon's Eaux Claires Festival and 88Nine Radio Milwaukee are partnering to announce a voting initiative called For Wisconsin. And as part of that initiative, they're holding a series of "A Visit With Vernon" contests. Members of the public can nominate … More »
Tags: Music, News, Wisconsin, Justin Vernon, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Eaux Claires


Premature Evaluation: Fleet Foxes Shore

Crack-Up could've been a conclusion. It certainly sounded like one, whether because the album played like a frayed breakdown at the end of Fleet Foxes' constant searching, or that out of desolation and paralysis it still managed to locate moments of resolution. The whole thing, after all, was named for an F. Scott Fitzgerald essay … More »
Tags: Music, Fleet Foxes, Scott Fitzgerald, Premature Evaluation, Robin Pecknold


What Musicians Can Learn From the 1918 Pandemic

Thomas Wolf: “To the extent it was described to us in the younger generation, their travails were recounted as humorous stories with the suffering left out. It was only much later as I began my research about the family that I learned just how treacherous their journey had been.” – Nightingale Sonata
Tags: Art, Music, Thomas Wolf, 09.21.20


Stimmtherapie: Warum Summen bei Ängsten & Stress helfen kann

Mein ganzes Leben lang musste ich mir anhören, ich solle leiser sprechen. Jedes Zeugnis enthielt die Worte „muss aufhören, ständig mit der Banknachbarin zu quatschen und andere abzulenken“. Und ich verbrachte einen Großteil meiner Teenie-Jahre in einer Impro- und Theatergruppe, in der wir uns regelmäßig gegenseitig anschreien als würden wir gerade eine Szene aus Marriage Story nachspielen. Kurz gesagt: In meinen 24 Lebensjahren musste meine Stimme nicht nur ganz schön viel mitmachen, sie nahm au...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Morgen, GEIST, Nach, Rolle, Logopädin, Kopf, Weil, Boden, Griff, Brust, Kurz, Wasser, Hilfe, Freund



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