#TrackoftheDay: “Werewolf Heart”

Dead Man’s BonesUSA (2009) So TIL is a big thing on social media these days. Sharing the things you just found out. Here’s one from me: “Today I Learned that this damn band I’ve been listening to for probably two or three years has Ryan Gosling in it.” Yeah, I had no idea Gosling was one half of Dead Man’s Bones. No sure how I missed that, but there’s a lot of things to potentially miss these days. I kinda wish they’d do another album. Hey Ryan–this quarantine time was perfect to go ...
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K.T.A.+ – “Drown It Out” Remix

Check out this new single “Drown It Out” Remix, by rising New Jersey based Hip Hop artist K.T.A.+.  Follow him on Instagram @ktaenergy. The post K.T.A.+ - "Drown It Out" Remix first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Wendell Pierce To Star In New B.B. King Biopic

Wendell Pierce's gig as William "Bunk" Moreland on The Wire now has competition as the actor's most iconic role. Pierce, also known for his work on Jack Ryan, Treme, and Suits among other shows, has been cast as B.B. King in a new biopic about the famous bluesman, Collider reports. Titled The Thrill … More »
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6ix9ine Facing Lawsuit Over Underage Sexual Videos

Before he became a famous rapper and troll-like provocateur or testified against the same gang members whose affiliation he exploited for fame, Daniel Hernandez, the rapper known as Tekashi 6ix9ine, pled guilty to uploading videos of himself performing sexual acts with a 13-year-old girl in 2015, when he was 18. Although he More »
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Jesse Kivel – “Desert, Moonlight”

In the beginning of September, Jesse Kivel -- once half of the duo Kisses -- announced his solo debut album Infinite Jess. So far we've heard "William" and "Northside," two pretty impressive previews; "Northside" landed amongst our favorite songs that week, and "William" probably should've when it came out, … More »
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Suhr Members Emporium :: Pro Tools 11 & 10 "SOLD"

Author: diddleybo Subject: Pro Tools 11 & 10 "SOLD" Posted: Thu Oct 15, 2020 2:28 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0
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Mal Blum – “Nobody Waits”

Last year, Mal Blum released a great full-length, Pity Boy. Next up is a pair of new songs for Saddle Creek's Document singles series, which were some of the last full-band tracks that Blum recorded before entering lockdown like the rest of us. "Nobody Waits," the first of these singles, benefits … More »
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Suzie True – “Carmen”

The Los Angeles rock band Suzie True are releasing their debut album, Saddest Girl At The Party, next month. A few weeks back, we posted about "Bailey" from it and today they're back with another track, "Carmen," which gets its name from the video game character Carmen Sandiego. It's a lot of fun, … More »
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Badge Époque Ensemble – “Unity (It’s Up To You” (Feat. James Baley)

Led by Maximilian Turnbull, Badge Époque Ensemble is a genre-colliding group from Toronto that also has ties with U.S. Girls and Andy Shauf. They're gearing up to release their sophomore album Self Help next month, and we've already heard the Meg Remy-featuring opening track "Sing A Silent Gospel." Today, they're back with another … More »
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Steve Winwood Reacts To Spencer Davis’ Death

Spencer Davis, founder of mid-'60s British Invasion band the Spencer Davis Group, died of a heart attack today at the age of 81. And now Steve Winwood, who played guitar and sang in the Spencer Davis Group before forming Traffic and finding success as a solo artist, has shared an official … More »
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Tegan And Sara’s Memoir Being Adapted Into TV Show By Clea DuVall

Last year, Tegan And Sara published their first memoir, High School, an excellent chronicle of the twin sister duo's coming-of-age years. Now, as Deadline reports, the book is being developed as a comedy TV series that will be helmed by actor and jack-of-all-trades Clea DuVall. She wrote the script for the … More »
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Chuck Strangers Drops ‘Too Afraid to Dance’ EP

Featuring KA, Caleb Giles and Navy Blue.
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Real Bad Man – “Dig It Up” Ft. Boldy James & Kool G Rap (Video)

Entrepreneur, curator, producer…Real Bad Man has earned himself a place at the tastemakers table 5x over. If you’re not up on his “On High Alert” compilation EP series, you’ve been missing out on some of the flyest collabs between Hip-Hop’s elite and the genre’s most promising new talent. RBM just dropped “On High Alert Vol. 3” and the handful of songs includes features from Meyhem Lauren, Kool Keith, CRIMEAPPLE, Flee Lord, Rigz, Mooch, Pink Siifu, and the stars of the new single/video Boldy ...
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Texas Man Murders Wife, Allegedly Shooting Her 10 Times in Front of Their Kids, After She Asked for Divorce

A husband and father of three from Texas is facing murder charges in the deadly shooting of his wife. According to NBCDFW, on Sunday (Oct. 18), police in Mesquite, Texas—a suburban city located near Dallas—discovered the body of 28-year-old Markeita McCleary with multiple gunshot wounds around 5:34 p.m. local time. Police said McCleary was taken to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. McCleary’s husband, Ashton Neroes, who is also 28, was subsequently arrested and charged with murder ...
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Erika de Casier – “No Butterflies, No Nothing”

Last year, the Copenhagen-based musician Erika de Casier released her debut album Essentials -- not the only good album named Essentials to come out last year. It was an intriguing blend of sensual '90s R&B and icy cool production and it evidently attracted the right ears because de Casier is 4AD's … More »
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LA Philharmonic Association cancels remainder of Walt Disney Concert Hall season because of coronavirus

After canceling its summer seasons at the Hollywood Bowl and the Ford Amphitheater earlier this year due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association has scrapped all of the remaining concerts scheduled for the 2020-21 season at Walt Disney Concert Hall through June 9, 2021. The LA Phil, which programs a variety of concerts and other performances at Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, and the Ford, announced the latest cancelation in a press release Oct. ...
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Arlo Parks – “Green Eyes” (Feat. Clairo)

Arlo Parks -- a young pop-leaning London singer-songwriter of Nigerian/Chadian/French lineage -- has won herself a lot of famous fans. Their number includes Phoebe Bridgers, who recently duetted with Parks on a cover of Radiohead's "Fake Plastic Trees," and Billie Eilish, whose "my future" was another recent Parks cover selection. And … More »
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The Month In Jazz – October 2020

I’m not much for jazz vocals. Even the so-called classic singers everyone’s supposed to love like Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Sarah Vaughan don’t really do it for me. I saw Blossom Dearie live once, and it was fun -- like watching someone’s aunt sit down at the piano and sing a few songs, tell … More »
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Elzhi, Ras Kass, M-Dot & Large Pro – “Reaganomics” Prod. By B Leafs (Video)

Due to the success of “Reaganomics” when it was previously released it’s only right it gets the visual treatment, edited by DJ Workshard – Elzhi , Ras Kass , M-Dot and Large Pro was and still is one of the most legendary line-ups you’ll find anywhere. If you haven’t heard the song, it’s 4 legends telling their stories from 4 unique perspectives, in the 4 unique styles you know and love them for. “Reaganomics” is produced by B Leafs from his debut album “The Horizo...
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JustxUs – “Relativity” (Video)

For their first release after signing to local label “KNOWTHYSELF”, L.A. based duo JustxUs did what they know best. A sample heavy beat setting the tone and leading the way for their lyrics. Watch thier new video, “Relativity”.The post JustxUs - "Relativity" (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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DeJ Loaf Taps Griselda, Big Sean, 6LACK & More for ‘Sell Sole II’ Tracklist

The Detroit artist's debut album drops October 23rd.
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Russ – “Sorry”

Can't blame you if you're done with this.
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Nilüfer Yanya – “Crash”

Nilüfer Yanya released her debut album Miss Universe last year, and we were pretty big fans of it over here. We named it Album Of The Week as well as one of the best albums of 2019; we also ranked her amongst our favorite new artists of the year. More »
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San Francisco Conservatory Acquires Opus 3 Artists

Under the terms of the agreement, which is effective immediately, Opus 3 will continue to operate as an independent, for-profit corporation under the leadership of President and CEO David V. Foster, while San Francisco Conservatory president David Stull will chair a management team overseeing the alliance between the two entities. – San Francisco Chronicle
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The Outfield’s Tony Lewis Dead At 62

Tony Lewis, the lead singer for the British band the Outfield, has died at 62. Per a statement, he "unexpectedly passed away" near his home in London. A cause of death was not revealed. More »
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Lil Yachty & Sada Baby – “Not Regular”

Detroit underground-rap firebreather Sada Baby has been on an unholy tear for years now, and it looks like it's finally starting to pay off. Sada's recent track "Whole Lotta Choppas" has been blowing up on TikTok, and Nicki Minaj just jumped on a remix a few days ago. Today, Sada has followed up … More »
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Spencer Davis Dead At 81

Spencer Davis, founder of mid-'60s British Invasion stalwarts the Spencer Davis Group, has died. As the Birmingham Mail reports, Davis' fellow Spencer Davis Group member Pete York claims that Davis died of a heart attack while at home in California. Davis was 81. More »
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Meek Mill Drops a ‘Type Beat’ Freestyle

Catch Meek in 'Charm City Kings,' now available on HBO Max.
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Artist To Watch: Ela Minus

When Ela Minus released her single "they told us it was hard, but they were wrong." in April, it sounded like it had been written just weeks before. Arriving in the early thick of quarantine, the song struck a chord in a time that was confusing and frightening but also increasingly infuriating as, once more, … More »
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