In Virginia Governor Race, Terry McAuliffe Attacks Glenn Youngkin’s Role In Taylor Swift Masters Sale

A gubernatorial election is currently heating up in Virginia, and, wouldn’t you know it, Taylor Swift fans just might tip the scales in favor of Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe. McAuliffe’s new campaign strategy, according to The Verge, is targeting Facebook, Instagram, and Google search ads that accuse his opponent, Republican Glenn Youngkin, of having a role in the controversial purchase of Swift’s master recordings in 2019.
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Daddy’s Hangout 2021 Week 5 NFL Predictions

Welcome to Week 5 of the 2021 NFL season. We have only one undefeated team left in the NFL and that is the Arizona Cardinals. The Las Vegas Raiders fell to the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night. The Denver Broncos lost to the Baltimore Ravens as Teddy Bridgewater went down with a concussion. Carolina was another undefeated that went down as they fell to the Dallas Cowboys. Finally, the Los Angeles Rams are no longer undefeated as they were beaten down by the Arizona Cardinals. My Week 4 recor...
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"Saying they used [the song 'Memory'] to calm [Trump] down! In his rages. It helped me understand what’s baffled me about its appeal to him."

"The literal aspect of it is about this old cat who’s dead and dying, but beneath the beautiful music and beautiful poem is such a longing to connect! So, like, Trump was a handsome kid, but his dad was a bully, so he became a bully, just trying to impress Daddy. I can’t win with charm, he thought . . . and he’s always felt outside. In his heart of hearts, there’s this tremendous need, an insatiable need, to be loved, the love he never received from his father or mother. So that is in that song:...
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Lionlimb – “Ultraviolet”

In August, Lionlimb announced a new album, Spiral Groove. We’ve already heard “Loveland Pass” and “Nothing,” and now Lionlimb have unveiled another single, “Ultraviolet.”
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Claire Cronin – “No Forcefield”

Last month, Claire Cronin announced a new album called Bloodless. At the time, she also shared the album’s title track. Today, she’s back with another one.
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Philadelphia Orchestra Ditches The Formal Dress

“We’re well into the 21st century. It’s time to acknowledge that in many ways, and one of them is the way the orchestra looks on the stage,” says Philadelphia Orchestra president and CEO Matías Tarnopolsky. – Philadelphia Inquirer
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Tonstartssbandht – “Pass Away”

Last month, Edwin and Andy White announced their new Tonstartssbandht album Petunia — their 19th album together as a duo. So far we’ve heard one song from it, “What Has Happened.” Today, they’re back with another.
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Lunar Vacation – “Where Is Everyone?”

Over the past couple months, Lunar Vacation have been in the process of rolling out their debut album Inside Every Fig Is A Dead Wasp. We’ve already heard several tracks from it, including “Shrug,” “Mold,” and “Gears.” Ahead of the album’s release at the end of October, the band are back with another track.
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Baseball-Themed Innings Festival Announces Tame Impala, Foo Fighters, Roger Clemens

The baseball-themed Innings Festival is coming to Tempe, Arizona in February. Foo Fighters and Tame Impala are headlining. St. Vincent, My Morning Jacket, White Reaper, Black Pumas, Dashboard Confessional, Matt & Kim, and more are performing. Former MLB players like Roger Clemens, Jake Peavy, Dave Stewart, Rick Sutcliffe, Tim Raines, Kenny Lofton, Éric Gagné, Jim Abbott, and Sean Casey will appear. It all goes down at Tempe’s Beach and Arts Parks on the weekend of February 26-27, and tickets go ...
Tags: Music, News, Foo Fighters, Tame Impala, Mlb, Tempe, Matt Kim, Tempe Arizona, ROGER CLEMENS, Sean Casey, Innings Festival

Tasha – “Sorry’s Not Enough”

Earlier in the month, Chicago singer/songwriter/poet/activist Tasha announced Tell Me What You Missed The Most, the follow-up to her 2018 debut Alone At Last. We’ve already heard lead single “Perfect Wife,” and now Tasha has shared another track, “Sorry’s Not Enough.”
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Porches – “Back3School”

Porches’ latest album, All Day Gentle Hold !, is coming out at the end of the week. We’ve heard “Okay,” “Lately,” and “I Miss That” from it so far and today, a little late for back to school season, Aaron Maine is sharing another new single, “Back3School.” “This song is a mystery to me, impending doom mixed with total bliss,” Maine said in a statement. “The ‘back to school’ trope, but with an underlying anxiety that something might be terribly wrong, or maybe everything is just fine.” Porches ar...
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Magdalena Bay – “Hysterical Us”

Later this week, Los Angeles electro-pop duo Magdalena Bay will release their long-awaited full-length debut Mercurial World. Thus far, we’ve already posted the early singles “Chaeri,” “Secrets (Your Fire),” and “You Lose!” Today, the band has shared a bugged-out video for one more song, the loping/swaying “Hysterical Us.”
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Album Of The Week: The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die Illusory Walls

The long, melodramatic band name. The expansive and oft-shifting lineup. The grandiose, post-rock-infused approach to emo. The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die have always been about going big. So it was surprising when, after releasing their third full-length Always Foreign in 2017, they went home.
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Adele’s New Song “Easy On Me” Out 10/15

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Kristine Leschper – “Figure And I”

Kristine Leschper, leader of the one-time Band To Watch Mothers, is striking out under her own name. Today, she’s releasing a solo single, “Figure And I,” a beguiling and smooth introduction to Leschper’s new venture. “For the first time, I used my hands to clap out a rhythm that spoke to me,” Leschper said in a statement, continuing:
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Stream Green Ova Undergrounds’ New Album Shady Bambino 2

A decade ago, cloud-rap sounded like the future. It sort of was. The misty, murky underground rap sound became an internet sensation in the late ’00s and early ’10s, and it helped lead artists like A$AP Rocky and Clams Casino to fame. But Oakland’s Green Ova Undergrounds crew — Main Attrakionz, Shady Blaze, Dope G, Lolo — perhaps best exemplified that sound, and they never blew up. They never stopped working, either.
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Tyshawn Sorey On How His Jazz Drumming And His Classical Compositions Inform Each Other

“Whenever I’m playing drums, I’m always thinking compositionally about how things develop. … Why do certain harmonies accompany the musicians in a particular way? Or why does a type of rhythmic information that I’m hearing … make me accompany the musicians in a certain way?” – The Paris Review
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The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die – “Trouble”

Nu-emo monarchs and word-count devourers The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die are about to return with Illusory Walls, their first new album since 2017. They’ve already shared the early tracks “Invading The World Of The Guilty As A Spirit Of Vengeance” and “Queen Sophie For President.” Now, with the album release looming, they’ve also dropped the sweeping, ambitious new track “Trouble.”
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Silverbacks – “Archive Material”

Last year, the Irish Band To Watch Silverbacks released their debut album Fad. Not being able to tour, they found themselves at home, processing the pandemic like the rest of us — and, ultimately, writing a second album. That sophomore outing is called Archive Material, and it’ll be out in January. Once more, the group worked with Girl Band’s Daniel Fox as producer. So far we’ve heard one song from Archive Material, “Wear My Medals.” (It ranked amongst our favorite songs that week.) Along with t...
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Mitski – “Working For The Knife”

Mitski has released a new song, “Working For The Knife,” her first proper single since 2018’s Be The Cowboy, minus a soundtrack contribution and a comic book score along the way. She’s also announced an extensive run of tour dates scheduled for next year.
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Genocide Pact – “Perverse Dominion”

The Washington, DC death metal band Genocide Pact has a deep, ugly, disgusting sound with more than a bit of hardcore in its cavernous roil. (Members of the band have played in groups like Red Death, Protester, Disciples Of Christ, and Witchtrial.) Today, Genocide Pact have announced plans to follow their 2018 album Order Of Torment with a new LP later this year. First single “Perverse Dominion” is hard.
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‘No established disco would have played this music’: 30 years of legendary Berlin club Tresor

A new compilation surveys the enduring influence of a German landmark that fuelled a techno revolution from a damp, fungi-riddled bank vault on the old East sideFor electronic music fans, Berlin’s Tresor has long been considered the Valhalla of Germany’s illustrious club circuit. In March 1991, months after the official dismantling of the Berlin Wall, Tresor, the city’s first techno club, opened near Potsdamer Platz. In short order, the club’s vanguard of DJs, eccentrics, punks, goths and artist...
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Watch Sting Debut New Song “The Bridge” At The Acropolis

Sting’s big accomplishment for the fall of 2021 is probably going to be his pretty-great turn playing himself on the Hulu series Only Murders In The Building. He’s such a dick on that! He hates dogs! But Sting is also getting ready to release a new album. The Bridge comes out next month, and we’ve already posted the early tracks “If It’s Love” and “Rushing Water.” Last week, while playing at the Acropolis in Athens, Sting also debuted his new LP’s title track.
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Revival Of Vinyl Records Hobbled By Shortages Of Vinyl

Worldwide sales of the old-style black discs are up by 700% in the past ten years, so there’s no room in the supply chain to absorb the problems caused by the temporary closure of a petrochemical plant due to the Texas snowstorm or a California lacquer plant due to wildfires. – The Observer (UK)
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Coldplay & BTS Debut At #1 With “My Universe”

Coldplay have a funny relationship with the American pop charts. Ever since they hit #1 with the title track from 2008’s Viva La Vida, they’ve been doing their damndest to get back. They’ve had a lot of songs crack the top 20 or even eke their way into the top 10 since then, and with the Chainsmokers collab “Something More Like This” they made it all the way to #3. But it took a team-up with BTS to push them all the way back to the top.
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Ja, deine Hände brauchen tatsächlich eine Hautpflegeroutine

Brauchen unsere Hände eine Pflegeroutine? Vielleicht hast du ja bemerkt, dass deine Hände zu altern beginnen, und willst jetzt deshalb wissen, ob es jemals zu spät ist, mit der richtigen Handpflege zu beginnen. Möglicherweise interessiert es dich auch, ob dazu mehr als nur Handcreme nötig ist. Es kann auch sein, dass du dir nicht sicher bist, wie wichtig Sonnenschutz für die Hände ist oder was du tun kannst, um Altersflecken in diesem Bereich vorzubeugen. Keine Sorge, denn im Folgenden findest d...
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Julia Shapiro – “Wrong Time”

Chastity Belt’s Julia Shapiro is currently readying her sophomore effort, Zorked, which follows 2019’s Perfect Version. So far, she’s shared “Come With Me” and the droning “Death (XIII).” Now, Shapiro’s got another Zorked track, the shoegazey “Wrong Time,” which also comes with a dreamy, grainy video that looks a little like something out of a Pure Moods CD commercial.
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Okeechobee Announces 2022 Festival Lineup

The Florida-based Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival has announced its 2022 lineup. Headliners include Tame Impala, Porter Robinson, and Megan Thee Stallion. Also on the bill are Denzel Curry, Ashnikko, Flying Lotus, Four Test, Caribou, Smino, Washed Out, Gus Dapperton, Twin Shadow, Ross From Friends, and more, many of them reflecting the EDM-focused bent of the event.
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The Beach Boys’ Lost Concert: Watch the Band Perform Their Classics at Their Zenith (1964)

In early 1964, there could hardly have been an American teenager ignorant of the Beach Boys. Singing in immaculate harmonies about surfing, hot rods, girls, and root beer — as well as various combinations and permutations thereof — they soon found themselves riding an unprecedentedly high wave, so to speak, of postwar teen culture. On the other side of the pond, the Beatles had been hard at work playing to demographically similar, also-enraptured audiences. In February of 1964 the Fab Fo...
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Kannst du jemals wirklich mit Ex-Partner:innen abschließen?

Trennungen sind oft schmerzhaft. Für viele von uns hinterlässt das Ende einer Beziehung eine Menge emotionalen Ballast und Fragen darüber, warum es dazu gekommen ist. Diese Fragen sind ein ganz normaler und natürlicher Teil des Trennungsprozesses. „Unklarheit ist wirklich schwer zu ertragen“, sagt Elle Huerta, Gründerin und Geschäftsführerin von Mend, einer App, die Männern und Frauen hilft, mit Trennungen zurechtzukommen. „Es kommt uns so vor, als würden wir die Kontrolle über unser Leb...
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