#TrackoftheDay: “Voodoo Woman”

Curtis KnightUSA (1961) Image: Curtis Knight Fan Club/Facebook. I had somehow missed the Jimi Hendrix connection with Curtis Knight and instead I had gotten all of his solo recordings (not even with Knight’s band The Squires). But yeah, apparently a big part of Knight’s claim to fame was that he played with Hendrix for a bit before Hendrix left for England. Then there was much legal jostling as the recordings of those Hendrix/Knight sessions got released. The saga appears to be su...
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Suhr Members Emporium :: Pro Tools 11 & 10

Author: diddleybo Subject: Pro Tools 11 & 10 Posted: Thu Oct 15, 2020 2:28 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0
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The Serious Calculations Behind Allowing Performances Right Now

“Serious,” of course, is a cheater word that adds latitude to any discussion. At what point does a risk cease to be manageable and become serious? Many Canadians, pummeled by tendentious headlines and frightened by news anchors who have mastered the art of sounding ominous, have come to believe that there is no such thing as a COVID risk that fails to meet this threshold. The statistics bear looking at. – Scena Musicale
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Pete Rock Announces New Album “PeteStrumentals 3” With New Single “Say It Again”

For the last 30 years, Pete Rock has produced some of Hip-Hop’s most celebrated sounds. Amid a Grammy Award-winning career that includes production, rapping, and DJ’ing, he now expands his repertoire by forming The Soul Brothers. With his forthcoming PeteStrumentals 3 album, Pete takes one of the most trusted franchises in Hip-Hop in an organic direction. “A lot of this album sounds like samples extracted from records. We dress it up and add definition to what it is. It’s Hip-Hop, but have you ...
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Hear Wilco’s Previously Unreleased “Candyfloss” Demo

Remember the 1990s, when every CD seemed to have a secret song tacked onto the end? In the case of Wilco's 1999 stunner Summerteeth, that song was a buoyant power-pop song called "Candyfloss." The band is releasing a deluxe reissue of Summerteeth next month, and one of the previously unreleased tracks … More »
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Alanis Morissette Musical Leads Tony Nominations

The Tony Awards just announced their 2020 nominations, and I'm here to remind you that the Alanis Morisette jukebox musical leads the field with 15 nods. As Playbill points out, Jagged Little Pill -- named for Morissette's wildly popular and influential 1995 debut album -- received a nomination in every eligible … More »
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Maxband – “Cut It Loose”

When Max Savage isn't drumming for Parquet Courts, he leads a similarly minded New York rock band called Maxband alongside A Beacon School's Patrick Smith. They're about to follow up their 2018 debut album Perfect Strangers with an EP called Top Of The Stairs. Lead single "Cut It Loose" is an … More »
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Trail Mix 2020 – Vol. X

Brand new tunes from Darlingside, Darren Jessee, Lera Lynn, Steep Canyon Rangers, Ron Gallo, and many, many more on this month's Trail Mix! The post Trail Mix 2020 – Vol. X appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
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Rolling Stone Premiere’s Benny The Butcher & Hit-Boy New Video, “Legend”

There is no disputing that Benny The Butcher has arrived.  With anticipation now at a fever pitch, Benny puts a bow on his and Griselda’s genre-shifting year with his new album Burden Of Proof; an album that aligns the best rapper alive, with the hottest producer (Hit-Boy) of 2020. Mastered by Guru, Burden of Proof is The Butcher’s official level up.  After announcing his new album last week with “Timeless” featuring Lil Wayne and Big Sean, on the eve of Burden Of Proof’s release, Benny share...
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Chris Farren – “FALL IN LOVE2NIGHT”

Chris Farren is back with a new track, "FALL IN LOVE2NIGHT," a little over a year after releasing his last album Born Hot. It's a song that twinkles away in the verses and amps up in the chorus, with Farren asking: "What if we could fall in love tonight? Dream away the nightmares? … More »
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Some AirPods are water-resistant, but none are waterproof — here's how they stack up, and other earbuds that are waterproof

Your AirPods might not be water-resistant. Bojan89/Getty Images Most AirPod models aren't water-resistant, and none of them are waterproof, so you need to be careful when using them around water, including sweat. Only AirPods Pro are water-resistant, which means they can withstand heavy sweat and small splashes of water. The charging case isn't water-resistant at all, and you should always dry off your AirPods before using or charging them. Apple won't replace water-damaged AirPods, so if...
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Julie Byrne & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma – “Love’s Refrain”

"Love's Refrain" is a beguiling instrumental by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma that came out back in 2016 and was included on the experimental composer's 2016 tape In Summer. Julie Byrne, the singer-songwriter who is taking her sweet time following up 2017's magnificent Not Even Happiness, has always been enamored with the track, so … More »
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Cardi B Explains Why She’s Not Divorcing Offset

Cardi B isn't divorcing Offset after all. She filed for divorce last month, explaining that she "just got tired of fucking arguing. I got tired of not seeing things eye to eye." But they seemed pretty couple-y when they spent her birthday together last weekend, and now, as More »
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Mulatto – “In N Out” f. City Girls (Video)

With her latest album, Queen Of Da Souf, out now, Mulatto drops…
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Guided By Voices – “Mr. Child”

Here's some news that will not surprise you if you know anything about Robert Pollard: Guided By Voices are prepping their third album of 2020 for release in December. The upcoming Styles We Paid For joins the previously released Surrender Your Poppy Field and Mirrored Aztec to complete GBV's 2020 triad. More »
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The Month In Hardcore: October 2020

Is it possible for a hardcore record to matter? It's a ridiculous, meaningless question. Because the answer is obviously: Yes, of course, a hardcore band can mean everything. And the answer is also: No, of course not, you feckless idiot, you incompetent boob. Nothing matters. People are drowning in their own phlegm in hospitals, and … More »
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Watch The Trailer For Bruce Springsteen’s Apple Original Documentary Letter To You

Next week, Bruce Springsteen will release Letter To You, the new album that he recorded with his E Street Band. The new album is a full-bore rocker, but it's also a meditation on past history. It's mostly new songs -- including early singles "Letter To You" and "Ghosts" -- … More »
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Watch Justin Vernon Play A New Big Red Machine Song For Two Milwaukee Voters

Justin Vernon's Eaux Claires festival has been spearheading a Wisconsin get-out-the-vote campaign, in which the Bon Iver leader is inviting residents of his home state to nominate undecided voters for a personal conversation with Vernon. Thus far this initiative has yielded a new Vernon song in tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, … More »
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Quinton Brock – “To The Moon”

Quinton Brock is a Buffalo native releasing music out of Brooklyn. Like his pal Bartees Strange, a recent Artist To Watch, he blurs the boundaries of indie rock in fascinating ways, ending up with music that feels like a genre unto itself. Or at least that's the case with "To The Moon," Brock's … More »
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Wieso regt ihr euch über Marie Kondo, aber nicht über Netflix’ The Home Edit auf?

Putzen und Organisieren sind wie Balsam für die Seele. Vor allem jetzt, wo wir ohnehin alle ein wenig angespannter sind als sonst, lechzen wir nach dem Gefühl, zumindest einen Lebensbereich im Griff zu haben. Diese Sehnsucht nach Ordnung und Organisation ist dabei natürlich nicht neu; inzwischen gibt es unzählige Bücher, Artikel und Firmen, die sich genau diesen Zielen verschrieben haben. Nur wenige davon haben allerdings so großen Ruhm erreicht wie Marie Kondos KonMari–Methode oder The Home Edi...
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Premature Evaluation: Bruce Springsteen Letter To You

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band know how to make introductions. They know how to begin telling a story. On Born To Run, they offered up one of the great album openers of all time in “Thunder Road,” a song that was already defeated yet was giving it one last go, serving as the … More »
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DVC Refreshments – “Wasted On The Real Thing”

DVC Refreshments is the new solo moniker of TOPS and Born At Midnite guitarist David Carriere. He's releasing the cheekily titled Hits Only cassette, recorded for fun in 2017 and featuring TOPS' Jane Penny, Maddy Wilde of Rapport and Moon King, and Hush Pup's Ida Maidstone, next month. And today he's sharing the project's debut … More »
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We’ve Got A File On You: Tommy Lee

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc. More »
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Pink Siifu & Fly Anakin – “Mind Right” (Feat. Liv.e)

Next month, two underground rap standouts, Baltimore's Pink Siifu and Richmond's Fly Anakin, will join forces on the new collaborative album Fly Siifu's. The two artists have divergent styles and approaches, but they make a certain kind of low-key sense together. We've posted two of their tracks, "Dollar Dr. Dream" and "More »
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“Wonderwall” Is Spotify’s Most Popular ’90s Song With 1 Billion Streams

Anyway, here's "Wonderwall" a billion times. Oasis' iconic anthem has reached a billion streams on Spotify, making it the first '90s song to achieve that milestone. "Wonderwall" was originally released as a single on October 30, 1995, which means its 25th birthday is coming up, so I hope you got a present. More »
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