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Tech Talk :: RE: Modern Satin Gotoh 510

Author: [email protected] Posted: Mon Aug 23, 2021 11:42 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 1 Hi there. Please reach out to our support staff with the serial number of your guitar and we can help. Thanks. https://www.suhr.com/support-contact _________________Customer Service JS Technologies / Suhr
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Tech Talk :: RE: Worried about stripped bridge mount screw

Author: [email protected] Posted: Mon Aug 23, 2021 11:45 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 1 First off, stay calm and don't panic. We are in the best position to advise you on how to proceed. Please send a photo of the screw with the issue to our support team and we will be happy to take a look. https://www.suhr.com/support-contact _________________Customer Service JS Technologies / Suhr
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R Kelly trial: second witness says singer sexually abused and beat her

Woman says Kelly abused her while she was a 17-year-old aspiring singerAnother accuser took the witness stand on Monday at R Kelly’s sex-trafficking trial, testifying that the R&B superstar had sexually abused her on his tour bus and in hotel rooms when she was still a high school student and an aspiring singer.The woman, identified only as “Jane Doe”, said Kelly had once beaten her with a shoe and wept when she also claimed that she had contracted herpes after having sex with him. She said he h...
Tags: Music, New York, US news, R Kelly, Kelly, Jane Doe


Olivia Rodrigo’s “brutal” Video Is As Chaotic As The Song

Sour starter “brutal” is one of the most arresting opening tracks of the year, a disenchanted manifesto introducing Olivia Rodrigo as an angrier Disney-bred pop star than we’re used to. Today, Rodrigo has given the song an equally intense music video, her fourth from the album following “drivers license,” “deja vu,” and “good 4 u.” (Yes, we’re playing along with the lowercase conceit.)
Tags: Music, News, Disney, Rodrigo, Petra Collins, Olivia Rodrigo


Spotify versus YouTube Music – how the two streaming services compare

Spotify and YouTube Music are two of the most popular music streaming services in the game. How do they stack up against each other? In part due to their optional free tiers, both Spotify and YouTube Music are hugely popular music streaming services around the world. We take a look at the features and cost of both platforms to work out Spotify Free Spotify is the most popular western music streaming service and the most subscribed streaming service in the world. Its free tie...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Youtube, US, Comparison, Apple Music, Which Is Better, Youtube Music, Google Play Music, Hifi, Spotify Premium, Don, Versus, Compared, Spotify Free, YouTube Premium


Amber Mark – “Foreign Things”

Amber Mark has been around for a while now — we named her an Artist To Watch back in 2017 — but she’s finally gearing up to release her proper debut album later this year. We’ve heard “Worth It” and “Competition” from it so far and today she’s back with another single, “Foreign Things.” It’s bright and bouncy and smooth, and Mark says it’s about “the excitement of new experiences” and “the thrill of newness.” “This marks the start of my journey towards self discovery and serves as a precursor to...
Tags: Music, New Music, Mark, Amber Mark


Time To Go Back To Chvrch

Chvrches’ last album wasn’t bad so much as it was awkward.
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Lorde, Jimmy Kimmel, Jay-z, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Kylie Jenner, Vmas, Maroon 5, Florida Georgia Line, Dream, Bts, Chvrches


Music Critics Make Errors In Judgment All The Time. Why?

Crudely put, it occurs when you don’t have the right conceptual tools for the job. The result is an inability to make sense of what is happening and a resulting tendency to force phenomena into crude, distorting pigeonholes.” – Nightingale Sonata
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What Makes A Song Great – Lyrics Or Music?

While a melody can tether you to a song, however, it’s the lyrics that make you want to excavate it. The best songs pull you in beyond their hooky topline. – The Guardian
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Insane Clown Posse Plan Farewell Tour Due To Violent J’s Heart Problems

The annual Gathering Of The Juggalos took place this past weekend in Ohio and the Detroit rap duo used the occasion to make a sad announcement. As Loudwire reports, Violent J said that he was suffering from heart problems and would no longer be able to extensively tour.
Tags: Music, News, Ohio, Juggalos, Detroit, Insane Clown Posse


Phoebe Bridgers Moves All Shows Outdoors, Announces Vaccine Requirements

Last month, Phoebe Bridgers announced her fall 2021 tour, set to start at the end of next week, and today she’s updated the itinerary to move all shows that were scheduled to take place indoors to outdoor venues in light of the current COVID-19 situation. That means the tour opener in St. Louis, which was scheduled to happen at the Pageant, has been moved to Chesterfield Amphitheater, and so on and so forth. The only show that has been cancelled is the one in Washington, DC on 10/26 due to a sch...
Tags: Music, News, Washington Dc, St Louis, Phoebe Bridgers, Pageant, Chesterfield Amphitheater


Gibt es tatsächlich so etwas wie „emotionale Unverfügbarkeit“?

Der Ausdruck „emotional nicht verfügbar“ kann sich wie eine abweisende Ausrede einer Person anhören, die in Wahrheit einfach keine Beziehung eingehen möchte; eine Alternative zu „Es liegt nicht an dir, sondern an mir“ oder „Ich tue mir schwer mit Beziehungen.“ Wenn diese Formulierung aber auch etwas vage ist, kann emotionale Unverfügbarkeit für manche Menschen tatsächlich ein triftiger Grund sein, sich vor einer Bindung zu fürchten und sich in einer Beziehung nicht verletzlich geben zu woll...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Columbia University, Sinn, Wahrheit, Wunsch, Weise, Richtung, Herzen, Satz, Gedanken, Ortman, Rande, Worte, Gefahr, Beziehungen


Paul McCartney to reveal unseen Beatles lyrics in new book

The Lyrics will feature a ‘self-portrait’ in 154 songs, including the unrecorded Tell Me Who He IsPaul McCartney will include the previously unseen lyrics to an unrecorded Beatles song in his forthcoming book The Lyrics.On Monday, the former Beatle revealed the 154 songs to feature in the book, which will be based on conversations McCartney had with the poet Paul Muldoon. Described as a “self-portrait in 154 songs”, The Lyrics will feature songs from throughout McCartney’s career, including Blac...
Tags: Books, Publishing, Music, The Beatles, Culture, Pop and rock, Paul Mccartney, Mccartney, Paul Muldoon, Music books, Jude Band


How to transfer playlists between Spotify and Apple Music on iPhone for free | A step-by-step SongShift guide

With SongShift, it’s free and easy to transfer playlists between music streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music and more. If you’re thinking of switching from one streaming platform to another, the process of transferring thousands of songs, albums and entire playlists may turn you off the idea. Streaming services notoriously make this process as difficult as possible so that you continue using and paying for their platform, however there are a few third-party apps that make the t...
Tags: Iphone, Spotify, Music, Free, How To, Apple Music, Spotify Apple Music, Spotify Apple Music Amazon, SongShift, Tap Continue, Support / FAQs, How To Transfer Playlists, Spotify To Apple Music, Step-by-step, Transfer Between Music Streaming Services, Transfer Music Libraries


Watch Members Of Protest The Hero, Testament, Shearwater, More Play Metal Cover Of Toto’s “Hold The Line”

Toto have songs other than "Africa." They even have songs other than "Africa" and "Rosanna." In 1978, when the group of LA session musicians known as Toto got together as a band, their debut single was "Hold The Line." The song fit comfortably into the smoother end of the late-'70s arena-rock landscape. "Hold The Line" reached #5 on the Hot 100, and it's been in radio rotation ever since. Now, a month after the truly great hardcore take on the Pixies' "Where Is My Mind," Jordan Olds' recurring v...
Tags: Music, News, La, Africa, The Acacia Strain, In Flames, Shearwater, Testament, Toto, Rosanna, Loma, Alex Skolnick, Protest The Hero, Two Minutes To Late Night, Emily Lee, Jordan Olds


Efterklang – “Dragonfly”

A couple months ago, the Danish band Efterklang announced a new album, Windflowers, with the lead single “Living Other Lives,” which made it onto our best songs of the week list. Today, they’re back with another new single from the album, “Dragonfly,” a shimmering and dreamy track that finds the band’s leader Casper Clausen duetting with fellow Danish singer Karen Beldring. Check it out below.
Tags: Music, New Music, Efterklang, Casper Clausen, Karen Beldring, Karen Beldring Check


Gibt es so etwas wie „emotionale Unverfügbarkeit“?

Der Ausdruck „emotional nicht verfügbar“ kann sich wie eine abweisende Ausrede einer Person anhören, die in Wahrheit einfach keine Beziehung eingehen möchte; eine Alternative zu „Es liegt nicht an dir, sondern an mir“ oder „Ich tue mir schwer mit Beziehungen“. Wenn diese Formulierung aber auch etwas vage ist, kann emotionale Unverfügbarkeit für manche Menschen tatsächlich ein triftiger Grund sein, sich vor einer Bindung zu fürchten und sich in einer Beziehung nicht verletzlich geben zu woll...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Columbia University, Sinn, Wahrheit, Wunsch, Weise, Richtung, Herzen, Satz, Gedanken, Ortman, Rande, Worte, Gefahr, Beziehungen


Kacey Musgraves – “star-crossed”

Kacey Musgraves has been talking up her follow-up to 2018’s Golden Hour since the beginning of the year. In February, she said that it would deal with her divorce from fellow country singer Ruston Kelly and that it had a three-act narrative and was inspired by Shakespeare and a mushroom trip. In May, she was back to list off some of the album’s sonic reference points: Bill Withers, Daft Punk, Sade, the Eagles, Weezer. A couple weeks ago, she sang a bit of two songs on a podcast and over the week...
Tags: Music, Kacey Musgraves, Shakespeare, New Music, Ruston Kelly


John Lydon Loses Legal Battle Over Sex Pistols TV Series

John Lydon has lost the legal battle over his attempted refusal to allow Sex Pistols songs to be used in Danny Boyle’s upcoming FX series about the band. As the BBC reports, a judge ruled that the contract that Lydon made with bandmates Paul Cook and Steve Jones was still active and that any licensing requests for Sex Pistols songs would be determined by a “majority rules basis.”
Tags: Music, News, Bbc, Danny Boyle, Steve Jones, Paul Cook, John Lydon, Lydon, The Sex Pistols


Kanye West Doxxes Drake’s Home Address

In the past few days, we've seen a flare-up of old tensions between rap titans and former collaborators Kanye West and Drake. On Friday, in his verse on Trippie Redd's song "Betrayal," Drake lashed out at West, possibly over rumors that West wants to released his long-delayed new album DONDA on the same day as Drake releases his long-delayed album Certified Lover Boy: "All these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know/ Forty-five, forty-four (Burned out), let it go/ Ye ain’t changin’ shit for me, i...
Tags: Music, News, Kanye West, West, Drake, Ye, Trippie Redd, Kanye West Doxxes Drake


DaBaby Blasts “Crybabies” During Hot 97 Summer Jam Set

Last month, while performing at the Miami rap festival Rolling Loud, DaBaby said some truly fucked-up things about gay people and AIDS. In the days after that festival, DaBaby attempted to defend his comments, complained about his persecution, and then finally issued an Instagram apology, which he later deleted. In response, a number of festivals dropped DaBaby from their lineups. But DaBaby kept his spot on the lineup of Hot 97 Summer Jam, the annual New Jersey stadium rap spectacular, which al...
Tags: Music, News, Instagram, New Jersey, Miami, Swizz Beatz, DMX, Hot 97 Summer Jam, DaBaby, Rolling Loud DaBaby


Grace Slick and Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane: how we made White Rabbit

‘I wrote it on a $50 piano with eight or 10 keys missing, but I could hear in my head the notes that weren’t there’All fairytales that are read to little girls feature a Prince Charming who comes and saves them. But Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland did not. Alice was on her own, and she was in a very strange place, but she kept on going and she followed her curiosity – that’s the White Rabbit. A lot of women could have taken a message from that story about how you can push your own agenda. Conti...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Psychedelia, Alice, Jack Casady


The power of playlists and how they are affecting your listening habits

Image credit: Bruce Mars Playlists are one of the top ways for music fans to discover new music on streaming platforms and they’re reshaping how listeners digest their music. I am sure like myself you discover a lot of your music through playlists, particularly if you use Spotify. Artists are finding huge success through editorial playlists that range through genres, moods, and vibes. The crown jewel of playlists being the Spotify Discovery playlist, a weekly playlist that is based on...
Tags: Spotify, Music, David Bowie, Music Streaming, Streaming Music, Playlists, Streaming Services, Streaming Service, Amazon Music, Digital Music News, Playlist, Spotify Premium, Curated Playlists, Spotify Playlist, Spotify playlists, Streaming Data


Ich rede mit meinem Freund übers Kacken. Ist das der Tod unseres Sexlebens?

„Ich kacke normalerweise nicht, wenn mein Partner in der Wohnung ist“, sagt eine meiner Kolleginnen nachdenklich. „Ich warte normalerweise, bis er das Haus verlässt – zum Einkaufen oder so.“ „Ich mach’s, kurz bevor ich unter die Dusche hüpfe“, erzählt eine andere. „Während das Wasser schon läuft, natürlich.“ Wir sitzen in unserem wöchentlichen R29-Redaktionsmeeting und unterhalten uns übers Kacken. Genauer gesagt: Wir unterhalten uns darüber, wie wir vor unseren Partner:innen zu verheimlic...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Bennett, Simpson, Nach, Wie, Raum, Rolle, Ding, Rosen, Wasser, Frau, Beispiel, Dann, Hause, Nee


Songwriter Diane Warren talks first-ever album made with Celine Dion, John Legend and Darius Rucker

Diane Warren is one of the most prolific and successful songwriters in music, though her name isn’t as widely known as the artists for whom she’s written nine No. 1 hits or the movies for which her songs have earned a dozen Oscar nominations. So why now, at 64, did she make “The Cave Sessions Vol. 1,” and release her first-ever album? In a weird way, John Legend is responsible. Songwriter Diane Warren has written nine songs that hit No. 1 on the charts. She has been nominated 12 times for th...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Beyonce, Abc, California, La, New York City, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Warren, Ty Dolla Sign, Lady Gaga, John Legend, Celine


Fotocrime – “So So Low”

Ryan Patterson, former frontman of the Louisville band Coliseum, now makes music on his own under the name Fotocrime. Later this week, Fotocrime will follow 2020's South Of Heaven with the new album Heart Of Crime, which Patterson recorded at home, mostly by himself, during lockdown. Patterson wrote, recorded, produced, and mixed everything, and he played almost all the instruments. In the process, he pushed Fotocrime's sound in a direction that recalls the icy throb of '80s post-punk and new wa...
Tags: Music, Patterson, Louisville, New Music, Ryan Patterson, Fotocrime


The Bug – “Vexed” (Feat. Moor Mother)

At the end of this week, producer Kevin Martin is releasing Fire, his first new album as the Bug in seven years, though there’s been no lack of other projects from him in that time. We’ve already heard “Pressure” and “Clash” from it, which had him teaming up with Flowdan and Logan, respectively, and today he’s putting out “Vexed,” his collaboration with Moor Mother, who has a new album of her own on the way.
Tags: Music, New Music, The Bug, Logan, Kevin Martin, Flowdan, Moor Mother


What Little Optimism Might Have Been Left For NY’s Big Concert Got Washed Away By Hurricane Henri

“The Homecoming Concert felt like a stolen glimpse of that alternate reality [without Delta]: live music again, finally; exuberant crowds with few masks in sight. Fitting, then, that its abrupt, weird ending pulled the audience back into a chaotic, uncertain and disappointing world.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Music, Hurricane Henri, 08.22.21


Former Trouble Singer Eric Wagner Dead At 62

Eric Wagner, former singer for the hugely important doom metal band Trouble, has died. As Brooklyn Vegan points out, Wagner's son Luke posted the news of his passing in a comment on Trouble's Facebook page last night. Wagner had been hospitalized for COVID-19 last week. He was 62.
Tags: Music, News, Brooklyn Vegan, Luke, Wagner, The Skull, Trouble, Eric Wagner, Blackfinger


Basilica SoundScape 2021 Cancelled Over COVID Concerns

The lingering threat of COVID-19 has ended the plans for another event. Earlier this year, the founders of the Basilica SoundScape festival, including former Stereogum staffer Brandon Stosuy, announced plans for the small, impeccably curated festival to return to the upstate town of Hudson, New York this fall. Instead of its usual location at a former factory, Basilica was set to take place next month at an open-air theater. Basilica planned for a limited crowd and a small group of artists. Moor...
Tags: Music, News, Hudson New York, Basilica, Tomberlin, Brandon Stosuy, Basilica Soundscape, COVID, William Basinski Circuit Des Yeux



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