Watch Thom Yorke Talk Close Encounters Theme At Rome Film Fest

Thom Yorke attended the Rome Film Festival yesterday with his new wife Dajana Roncione. He was there for a panel to discuss his career and some movie soundtracks that were formative for him. He spent a lot of time talking about John Williams' score for the 1977 Steven Spielberg … More »
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Watch Adele Host SNL

Adele was the host of Saturday Night Live last night, her first hosting gig after being on the show as a musical guest twice. During her opening monologue, she reflected on making her debut on the show back in 2012, when Tina Fey was still playing Sarah Palin, and joked about how much … More »
Tags: Music, News, Adele, Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live, Pete Davidson, Sarah Palin, Maya Rudolph, Village People, Kate McKinnon, Melissa Villasenor, H.e.r

Ramaj Eroc – “When They Call Us” Ft. Marky D

Chicago underground hip hop artist Ramaj Eroc taps in with Whittier, CA emcee Marky D for his new single “When They Call Us”. This dark, thought provoking song tackles the minds of both artists as they express their inner thoughts about religious entities & personal issues. The post Ramaj Eroc - "When They Call Us" Ft. Marky D first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Chicago, Jazz, Singles, Ramaj Eroc, Whittier Ca, Marky D

Napalm Drop – “Back in the Day”

With their eponymous debut mixtape set to be released next weekend, Napalm Drop delivers the final single “Back in the Day”.The post Napalm Drop – “Back in the Day” first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Napalm Drop

Drake Announces New Album Certified Lover Boy Out In January

Drake announced that the name of his new album is Certified Lover Boy back in August when he dropped the Lil Durk-featuring single "Laugh Now Cry Later." That caused many to assume that the album would be arriving sooner rather than later, but it looks like Drake fans will have to wait for … More »
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Daddy’s Hangout WWE Hell in A Cell PPV Review

Welcome to the Hell in a Cell PPV and my personal review. We had a pair of championship matches that took place last month at the Clash of Champions. We had Roman Reigns defending his Universal Championship against his cousin, Jey Uso. In the other championship rematch, Drew McIntyre put up the WWE title against Randy Orton. The SmackDown Women’s Championship was defended as Bayley battled her former best friend in Sasha Banks. Jeff Hardy battled the returning Elias after he came back to attac...
Tags: Sports, United States, Jazz, Bank, Afa, Wrestling, Wwe, Morrison, McIntyre, Sasha, Jimmy, Hardy, Tucker, Otis, Elias, Miz

Tek Bully – “Teknical Foul / The Waverly” (Video)

Campaigning his new EP, “No Muzzle”, Orlando, FL / Queens, NY based artist Tek Bully drops a double visual, “Teknical Foul / The Waverly”.The post Tek Bully - "Teknical Foul / The Waverly" (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Orlando, Queens NY, Tek Bully

#TrackoftheDay: “Eyeball in My Martini”

The CrampsUSA (1991) All I want to say about this is that I have a theory: that every institute has a Department of Eyeballs that we simply don’t know about. I will be taking no questions at this time. amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit0"; amzn_assoc_search_bar = "true"; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "sleepdeprivation"; amzn_assoc_search_bar_position = "bottom"; amzn_assoc_ad_mode = "search"; amzn_assoc_ad_type = "smart"; amzn_assoc_marketplace = "amazon"; amzn_assoc_region =...
Tags: Music, 32 Days of Halloween, US, Cramps (band

B.B. King’s Estate Denies Wendell Pierce Is Approved For Film, Still Considering Kenan Thompson

Last week, actor Wendell Pierce -- probably best known for his role on The Wire -- announced that he would be portraying B.B. King in a film about the late blues legend's life. But the B.B. King estate recently told TMZ that they're "furious" that Wendell said he was performing in … More »
Tags: Music, News, Kenan Thompson, Wendell Pierce, Wendell, B.b. King

BigBob – “Reasonably Ill Too” (Album)

Check out this new album by BigBob titled “Reasonably Ill Too“.  The post BigBob - "Reasonably Ill Too" (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, BigBob

Greta Morgan – “When The Sun Comes Up”

Greta Morgan has put out music under a lot of different names over the years, including Springtime Carnivore and Gold Motel, since her days as one of the leaders of the underrated band the Hush Sound. Most recently, she's been a part of Vampire Weekend's live lineup since 2018 and played with them … More »
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Lisa/Liza – “Red Leaves”

Next month, Portland, ME folk musician Liza Victoria is releasing a new album as Lisa/Liza, Shelter Of A Song, the follow-up to 2018's Momentary Glance. A couple weeks back she shared "From This Shelter" off it and now she's back with another new one called "Red Leaves," a gorgeous and subtle … More »
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Help End Sexism And Racism In Classical Music By ‘All-Naming’ All Composers

What? Here’s the (beautifully depicted) deal: “There will be a time when we’ll go to concerts again. We will buy our tickets, shuffle shoulder to shoulder down the aisle, and find our seats. The lights will dim, and the conductor will walk onto the stage to introduce the program. They might talk about Beethoven, Schumann, and Bartók. And they might talk about Alma Mahler, Florence Price, Henry Burleigh, and Caroline Shaw. Many of us, used to the conventions of classical performance, will hardly...
Tags: Art, Music, Caroline Shaw, Beethoven Schumann, 10.24.20, Henry Burleigh

Pinkshift – “Rainwalk” & “Toro”

Pinkshift are an exciting young rock band based out of Baltimore who have garnered attention for their pair of 2020 singles, "I'm Gonna Tell My Therapist On You" and "On Thin Ice." They've warranted comparisons to Paramore thanks to Ashrita Kumar's soaring voice and the band's tight hooks, though in a … More »
Tags: Music, Baltimore, Pinkshift, Ashrita Kumar

Offset Livestreamed Himself Being Detained By Police

Offset livestreamed himself being detained by police in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon. Per a series of videos that played out on Instagram Live, the Migos member was with Cardi B when they came across a parade of Trump supporters waving flags and walking around in Beverly Hills. TMZ reports that their car … More »
Tags: Music, News, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Trump, Cardi B, Cardi, Offset

The Strokes Playing John Mulaney-Hosted SNL On Halloween

During last night's Adele-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live, the show revealed the musical guest for next week's episode, which will air on Halloween. It's The Strokes! The New York institution will appear opposite host John Mulaney, who is back for a second round of hosting this year after helming this past February's … More »
Tags: Music, New York, News, Adele, The Strokes, Saturday Night Live, John Mulaney

"He grabbed his pants for a better stance — whoa, he jumped so high... He let go a laugh, let go a laugh, shook back his clothes all around...."

   Goodbye to Jerry Jeff Walker, who died in Austin, Texas last Friday at the age of 78.  The song "Mr. Bojangles," written by Walker and recorded by him in 1968, was a pretty big hit song for Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1970. Others who've recorded it include: Chet Atkins, Harry Belafonte, David Bromberg, Garth Brooks, JJ Cale, Jim Croce, Sammy Davis Jr., John Denver, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Bobbie Gentry, Arlo Guthrie, Tom T. Hall, Whitney Houston, Billy Joel, Elton John, Frankie Laine...
Tags: Music, Law, Austin Texas, Walker, Meade, Ann Althouse, Althouse + Meade, Jerry Jeff Walker

Kanye West envisions a "Coliseum for God" with 100,000 gospel singers and imitates the sound of 100,000 people singing "glory, glory" in unison.

I've just clipped out one section of this podcast, so please listen to the end of my cut. There's some great stuff about running everything on water and how we would all be happy by now if Edison had not defeated Tesla: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Music, Law, Water, Tesla, Kanye West, Edison, Joe Rogan, Ann Althouse

Ras Kass – “Culture.Vulture” Ft. Masta Ace & Prod. By Hi-Tek (Video)

One of LA’s finest Ras Kass connects with veteran Masta Ace & producer Hi-Tek, releasing his brand new video titled “Black Owned.”The post Ras Kass - "Culture.Vulture" Ft. Masta Ace & Prod. By Hi-Tek (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, La, Jazz, Ras Kass, Masta Ace, Hi-Tek, Masta Ace producer Hi Tek

Atari is opening gaming-inspired hotels around the US, with vintage arcades and pop culture nightclubs. See what they will look like.

Atari. Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images An Atari themed hotel is planned in Arizona, with more locations to come. Atari is behind hundreds of iconic games, including Pong and Centipede. New renders show what the gaming inspired hotel could look like. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Atari, the brand forever linked with iconic games like Pong and Centipede, will soon be a theme for a gaming-inspired hotel in Arizona and Las Vegas.In January, strategy organization GSD G...
Tags: Travel, Gaming, Video Games, Entertainment, US, Trends, Tech, Features, Arizona, Pop Culture, Las Vegas, Atari, Pong, Esports, Phoenix, Gensler

4 Ways Golf Hats Make You Look Fantastic While Golfing

There is no doubt that golfing is a great recreational activity. You surely love playing golf irrespective of time and location. When it comes to playing golf, you would surely like to be looked great. Yes, if you want to improve your appearance while playing golf, you need to choose a golf hat or cap. It’s a fact that hats look fantastic while golfing. So, if you choose a branded golf hat such as Bushwood CC Hat, the Drinker Hat and Amateur Golf Tour Hat (white), you can easily achieve a fant...
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Bail out our musicians or risk losing them for ever, say classical music stars

Conductor Sir Simon Rattle and violinist Tamsin Little are among those warning that struggling artists will be forced to give upLeading figures in classical music say many highly-trained orchestral musicians are giving up on music as they face homelessness and hunger this autumn. Speaking to the Observer this weekend, the internationally renowned conductor Sir Simon Rattle warned that an “exodus is happening right now”, while top English soloists the violinist Tamsin Little and the pianist Steph...
Tags: Music, UK News, Bbc, Culture, Classical Music, Radio 3, London Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle, Southbank Centre, Stephen Hough, Wigmore Hall, Yehudi Menuhin School, Tamsin Little

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