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The Ultimate Guide to Camper Trailer Conversion

When you need a camper trailer, you ideally have two options – either to buy one from a retailer or to convert one yourself. The former obviously has several downsides. For instance, you may find a clever design, but it could also be a design that you’re not too crazy about. Besides, you may end up paying a lot more than it is actually worth. In contrast, converting a camper trailer to meet your custom needs can have several upsides. Although it would cost you a lot of time and effort to custo...
Tags: Diy, Jazz, Camper Trailer Conversion


50 Years After “Your Song,” Elton John Now Claims The Longest Span Of Top 40 Hits

Elton John has had such a prolific music career that he’s had 58 total top 40 hits. Now, 50 years after “Your Song,” John’s back in the Billboard top 40 for his Dua Lipa collaboration, “Cold Heart (PNAU Remix),” which went from 46 to 32 this week, according to Billboard.
Tags: Music, News, Elton John, John, Dua Lipa, Elton John Now


Coachella Drops Requirement For COVID Vaccine

Back in August, behemoth concert promoter AEG Presents stated that come Oct. 1, the company’s events — such as Coachella, Day N Vegas, Firefly, Hangout, Electric Forest, and New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and others — would require full COVID vaccination for entry, with no exception for negative test results. Now, however, that appears to have changed — for Coachella 2022, anyway.
Tags: Music, News, Aeg, Coachella, Stagecoach, New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival, AEG Live


The Chieftains Leader Paddy Moloney Dead At 83

Irish musician Paddy Moloney, who co-founded the Grammy-winning traditional folk act the Chieftains, has died. He was 83.
Tags: Music, News, Paddy Moloney, Chieftains, The Chieftains


Everything You Need to Know About Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Are you looking for a fun way to work out? Paddleboarding is a popular water sport that burns lots of calories and engages your core and multiple muscles in the body. Paddleboarding is a great way to unwind and be one with nature, allowing you to appreciate nature and gain a new perspective. Let us take a sneak peek at everything you need to know about stand-up paddleboarding. Types of SUPs Your choice of paddleboard will depend on your lifestyle and needs. Each board is different from the n...
Tags: Outdoors, Entertainment, Jazz, US Coast Guard, Step, USCG, Paddle Boarding


Importance of Choosing the Right Mattress and How Does It Affect Your Health

To sleep well is one of the most basic requirements of human life. And there are multiple factors that constitute good sleep, a perfect mattress being one of them. And since everybody has different sleeping patterns, sleeping positions, and sleeping timings, the sleeping mattress should also be different and should be selected based on their comfort. Your mattress and pillow combination is the first set of factors that determine how you sleep in addition to your lifestyle and then-current heal...
Tags: Health, Jazz, Sleeping, Mattresses, Talalay, Bonnell


How to find your lost AirPods

Lost an AirPod device? There are ways to find it again with the right services. We'll go through the steps you need to take to locate that Apple earbud fast.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Music, Trends, How-to, Home Theater, AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, find AirPods, how to locate missing AirPod, lost AirPod


Best Job Hunting Tips for Beginners

Job hunting is probably one of the most frustrating experiences for fresh graduates. With limited job opportunities and an increasingly shrinking job market, it’s usually tough to secure employment in the current workforce. But even as daunting as it is, securing your dream job is still attainable if you rely on proper guidance. This includes mastering all the essential job-hunting tips that’ll let you stand out from the rest.  Also, you have to know where to start and where to find the best j...
Tags: Employment, Canada, Jazz, Job Hunting Tips


Lotic – “Always You”

Lotic, aka the project of J’Kerian Morgan, is releasing a new album this month, Water. So far, we’ve heard “Come Unto Me” and “Emergency.” Now, we get another single, “Always You.”
Tags: Music, New Music, Lotic, J Kerian Morgan


Top Tips For Buying Your Next Family Car

Unfortunately, cars don’t last forever. Sometimes they reach a point where it’s too expensive or dangerous to make it worth it to keep them running. Or perhaps circumstances have changed, and your growing family has outgrown your previous vehicle. In any case, your next car should be viewed as an investment. You’ll be spending at least the next few years relying on this vehicle, so you shouldn’t take the decision of which car to buy lightly. 1.  Work Out Your Budget & Needs Before you make a...
Tags: Family, Investments, Cars, Jazz, Edmunds, Safety Reliability Every


A Few Reasons to Stay Active and to Keep Trying New Things

Life has the potential to be a great adventure, filled with all sorts of new and exciting experiences on a regular basis, and there are so many different activities and pastimes to try out, that it seems like it would be almost impossible to become bored. Nonetheless, many of us – maybe all of us – end up falling into periods of passivity and inaction, at least from time to time – instead of remaining active and curious about the world around us. Whether in the sense of trying out an exciting ...
Tags: Entertainment, Jazz, Trying New Things


Suhr Guitar Talk :: Modern J select neck replacement?

Author: hopkinwfg Subject: Modern J select neck replacement? Posted: Tue Oct 12, 2021 5:17 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Howdy... with very much of a sadden incident which happened to my Suhr J select modern charcoal metallic with matching headstock color... i literally broke the truss rod inside the roasted neck while trying to reach the neck dead straight with no gaps at 12 fret of the high E... Now i am looking at salvaging my lovely J select modern and looking at replaceing the exact sa...
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5 Small Backyard Events You Can Throw During the Weekend

Are you looking for a way to entertain your friends and family this weekend, but don’t want something too big or expensive? There are so many ideas you can implement to host a memorable event. Whether you want to spend time with family, friends, churchmates or work colleagues, there is something out there for everyone. If unsure of where to start, these small backyard events are perfect for you. You can have them during the day or at night- they’re appropriate for any time of year! Painting P...
Tags: Family, Entertainment, Jazz, Don, Costume Party, Around The House


Molly Nilsson – “Absolute Power”

Swedish DIY synthpop auteur Molly Nilsson has announced the new album Extreme, her 10th studio album and her first since 1018’s Twenty Twenty. With its heavy guitars and double kick beats, lead single “Absolute Power” brings new shadings and textures to Nilsson’s familiar dreamscape sound. “It’s me vs. the black hole at the center of the galaxy,” she sings. “Who we are vs. who we’d like to be/ Get ready for the fight of the century.” Watch and listen below.
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Jim-E Stack – “2nd Round” & “FFBH”

Producer and Bon Iver/Perfume Genius/Empress Of collaborator Jim-E Stack is releasing a surprise EP today. The new Promotional Only is available only as a free CD from pop-up vending machines in New York and London this week. Listen to two shapeshifting instrumental tracks from the EP, the warm and clangorously rhythmic “2nd Round” and “FFBH,” below.
Tags: Music, New York, London, New Music, Jim-E Stack


Elizabeth Hart – “I’ll Walk With You” (Feat. Hope Sandoval)

Psychic Ills’ Elizabeth Hart got together with her bandmates Adam Amram, Jon Catfish DeLorme, and Brent Cordero to record a tribute album for frontman Tres Warren, who passed away last year at the onset of the pandemic. Songs For Tres, born out of “the aching need and urgency” to honor a fallen friend, features several original songs alongside meaningfully chosen covers of Dennis Wilson, Fleetwood Mac, Blaze Foley, and Powell St. John.
Tags: Music, New Music, Sandoval, Elizabeth Hart, Hope Sandoval, Psychic Ills, Tres Warren, Adam Amram Jon Catfish DeLorme, Brent Cordero, Dennis Wilson Fleetwood Mac Blaze Foley


Tyga Arrested For Felony Domestic Violence

Tyga has been arrested for felony domestic violence, TMZ reports. The rapper voluntarily turned himself in to the LAPD after an altercation with his ex-girlfriend Camaryn Swanson that occurred early Monday morning. His bail has been set at $50,000.
Tags: Music, News, Tyga, Lapd, Camaryn Swanson


They Might Be Giants – “Part Of You Wants To Believe Me”

They Might Be Giants — aka the long running project of John Linnell and John Flansburgh — are currently getting ready to release BOOK, a 144-page hardcover volume and album of new material. So far, we’ve heard “I Broke My Own Rule,” “I Lost Thursday,” and “I Can’t Remember The Dream,” and now the band has shared “Part Of You Wants To Believe Me.” It’s a bouncy alt-rock track, full of characteristically clever wordplay and a magnetic melody.
Tags: Music, Giants, They Might Be Giants, New Music, John Linnell, John Flansburgh


Shamir – “Gay Agenda”

Vegas-born, Philly-based art-pop performer Shamir is back with a new single, “Gay Agenda,” which follows last year’s self-titled album and a smattering of one-off tracks (“Lose To Win“) and covers. “Gay Agenda,” which comes with a video directed by Jenny He, was produced alongside Hollow Comet of the band Strange Ranger and is about “radical acceptance internally and externally,” Shamir shared. “We are only leasing our lives, so we gotta make it our own.”
Tags: Music, New Music, Philly, Shamir, Jenny He


Spirit Was – “Stranger To The One”

Later this month, Nick Corbo — formerly of LVL UP — will release his debut full-length as Spirit Was, Heaven’s Just A Cloud. So far, Corbo’s released “I Saw The Wheel” and “Come Back Up To The House.” Now comes “Stranger To The One,” a gloomy, droning track that finds Corbo pondering, “How long will I feel like a stranger to the one who loves me?”
Tags: Music, New Music, Spirit Was, Corbo, Nick Corbo


Land Of Talk – “Moment Feed”

Last year, Land Of Talk released a wonderful new album, Indistinct Conversations, which solidified that the Elizabeth Powell-led project was firmly back in the saddle after a seven-year hiatus before their 2017 full-length Life After Youth. Well, there’s more Land Of Talk music to come. Today, Powell is announcing a new EP, Calming Night Partner, which was recorded during the pandemic and will be released next month. Right now, we’re getting the intoxicating lead single “Moment Feed” right now, ...
Tags: Music, New Music, Broken Social Scene, Powell, Land of Talk, Elizabeth Powell


Band Of Horses – “Crutch”

Band Of Horses haven’t released an album since 2016’s Why Are You OK, but they’re about to change that. In January, Bed Bridwell’s band will release Things Are Great. Bridwell produced or co-produced every track, sometimes with old collaborators like Dave Fridmann, Jason Lytle, and Dave Sardy, largely in conjunction with engineer Wolfgang “Wolfie” Zimmerman.
Tags: Music, New Music, Bridwell, Band of Horses, Dave Sardy, Dave Fridmann Jason Lytle


Hamilton Leithauser & Kevin Morby – “Virginia Beach”

Earlier in the year, Kevin Morby and Hamilton Leithauser teamed up to cover each other’s songs. They also announced a co-headlining tour kicking off October 14 and running through mid-November. Now, the guys have shared a jaunty joint track, “Virginia Beach.”
Tags: Music, New Music, Kevin Morby, Virginia Beach, Hamilton Leithauser


Here’s The First Woman To Be Named Music Director Of A Major Italian Opera House

Oksana Lyniv, the 43-year-old Ukrainian who this summer became the first female conductor at Bayreuth and who last year finished a term leading the orchestra and opera of Graz (Austria’s second city), takes over at the Teatro Comunale di Bologna in January. – OperaWire
Tags: Art, Music, Opera House, Bayreuth, Graz Austria, Oksana Lyniv, Teatro Comunale di Bologna


Kacey Musgraves’ New Album Deemed Ineligible For Country Music Grammy

The Recording Academy doesn’t think Kacey Musgraves is country anymore. Her new album star-crossed has been deemed ineligible for Country Album Of The Year at the Grammys, Billboard reports. The ruling was made last week during the Recording Academy’s annual screening committee meeting, where submissions are reviewed to make sure they are placed in the appropriate genre category.
Tags: Music, Kacey Musgraves, News, Recording Academy


Watch Givēon Cover PinkPantheress’ “Just For Me”

Givēon is one of the best new singers in recent memory, with a rich, impassioned baritone ideal for traditionalist R&B ballads like “Heartache Anniversary.” PinkPantheress is another exciting new voice in music, but she seems to exist in an entirely different sonic universe, a hyper-online realm informed by Y2K-era club music and bedroom pop. Plus her vocals are as wispy as his are hearty. I would have never mentally connected them.
Tags: Music, News, Giveon, PinkPantheress


PJ Harvey, Sonic Youth, Madonna: the unseen archives of rock photographer Tony Mott

He’s partied with Queen. Tom Petty had his email. Now one of Australia’s most accomplished rock photographers has been digging through his negativesRock’n’roll photographer Tony Mott has led the kind of life that for the rest of us seems like a surreal dream. Travelling with Paul McCartney. Partying with Queen. He has photographed everyone from Prince to Rihanna to Marianne Faithfull. But when he talks about his work, what’s clear is his unbridled passion and affection for music and its creators...
Tags: Music, Australia, Rihanna, Culture, Pop and rock, Sydney, Paul Mccartney, Madonna, Fleetwood Mac, Sinead O'connor, Kylie Minogue, Sonic Youth, Whitney Houston, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, Kim Gordon


Smash Mouth Singer Steve Harwell Is Retiring Following “Chaotic” NY Gig

Smash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell is retiring from the band.
Tags: Music, News, Smash Mouth, Steve Harwell


Watch The Boston Red Sox Celebrate Playoff Series Win By Belting Out Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own”

Robyn’s 2010 electro-pop classic “Dancing On My Own” is a bit of a modern standard, a song that belongs to the world. A whole lot of people have covered “Dancing My Own” in the past decade: Kings Of Leon, Kelly Clarkson, Pentatonix. The former Britain’s Got Talent contestant Calum Scott has 450 million views on his video for his “Dancing On My Own” cover. Somehow, though, the best “Dancing On My Own” cover might not come from a professional musician. It might be the one that the entire Boston Re...
Tags: Music, News, Britain, Boston Red Sox, Robyn, Calum Scott, Leon Kelly Clarkson Pentatonix


Stream Punitive Damage’s Raw, Ferocious New Three-Minute Hardcore Punk EP Strike Back

When the Vancouver hardcore punk band Punitive Damage first released their demo back in 2019, its cover art was a picture of a skeleton with two swords, and that skeleton was stabbing both a cop and a klansman through the neck. This was a nice early indicator that Punitive Damage are not fucking around. The band followed that demo with a three-song cassette called We Don’t Forget in 2020, and Convulse Records put both of those releases on a 7″ EP. Yesterday, Punitive Damage returned with a new r...
Tags: Music, New Music, Regional Justice Center, Punitive Damage, Convulse Records



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