King – “Oxymoron” (Video)

Fayetteville, NC based Hip Hop artist King releases his new music video/short story titled “Oxymoron“.  This visual is a reminder of the oxymoron’s we live with on a daily basis. The vibe sets a reflective mood, immersing the audience into a deep thought provoking world of music.  Follow him on Instagram @itskingmusic102.The post King - "Oxymoron" (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Benny The Butcher Shot In Leg During Attempted Robbery At Houston Walmart

Benny The Butcher was shot in the leg on Saturday at a Walmart in Houston, per TMZ. The rapper, who is part of the Buffalo-based Griselda Records, was reportedly still in his car in the parking lot when a group pulled up next to him and his friends and attempted to rob them. After one of them fired at Benny The Butcher’s leg, they fled and are still at large. An investigation is underway. Benny’s current condition is unknown. He released a new album, Burden Of Proof, just last month.
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Watch DIIV Cover Psychic TV’s “The Orchids”

Last month, we threw a Save Stereogum livestream event for our VIP crowdfunding donors. One of the performances was from DIIV, who offered up a brand-new cover of Psychic TV’s “The Orchids,” which appears on the band’s 1983 album Dreams Less Sweet. The band has now shared it for all to watch and it comes with a tribute to Psychic TV leader Genesis P-Orridge, who passed away earlier this year: “truly one of the most revolutionary and inspiring musicians of the century.” Watch below. we recor...
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Kannabis Club – “Heat” (Video)

Out of Kansas City, MO rising experimental underground Hip Hop group Kannabis Club drops their new video titled “HEAT“.  Follow them on Instagram @kannabisclub. The post Kannabis Club - "Heat" (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Watch Metallica Play Acoustic “Blackened” At Helping Hands Benefit

Last night, Metallica livestreamed a benefit concert for their charity All Within My Helping Hands. It’s the band’s second foray into full-length concerts during lockdown — in August, they filmed a secret show at a Sonoma winery, which was then screened at outdoor venues around the country. The band recorded the benefit show at their San Rafael, CA headquarters and did an 8-song acoustic set and a 6-song electric one. The setlist included their covers of Bob Seger and Deep Purple, plus a new re...
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Dua Lipa Will Soon Be A Playable Character In FIFA 21

Dua Lipa will be a playable character in FIFA 21. The latest installment of the game, which was released last month, is getting a new update soon that brings some celebrity faces to the field, including David Beckham, DJ Snake, and Future Nostalgia creator Dua Lipa. The pop star’s likeness was revealed in a datamine of the game’s latest update and, while she’s not unlocked just yet, soon enough you will be able to make her play football/soccer to your heart’s content. Here’s some video of her in...
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Playing the opposite of what Brahms wrote

What might we learn from an oddity concerning the first movement of Brahms’s Violin Sonata No. 1 in G, op. 78, that has led many violin-piano duos either to ignore Brahms’s tempo markings or actually play the opposite of what he wrote?Brahms’s score is explicit. The basic tempo is Vivace ma non troppo (lively, but not overly so). Near the middle of this mostly lyrical movement, when the movement’s most agitated music begins, Brahms wrote più sostenuto (more sustained). Then, leading into the ope...
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Steve McQueen: 'It's rebel music that moves me'

The director on the reggae-fuelled house parties he witnessed as a child - lovingly recreated in his new film, Lovers Rock – and how their raw energy shaped his taste in musicSteve McQueen guest-edit: the filmmaker answers questions from celebrity admirersPaul Gilroy: ‘I don’t think we can afford the luxury of pessimism’ Reggae music is the beating heart of Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series, which traces Black British experience from the late 1960s to the early 1980s. In the 1970s, when the chara...
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