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The Ultimate Car Refinance Guide for Busy Dads

Car owners have a lot on their minds, from insurance to traffic tickets and repairs and maintenance. More importantly, your monthly payments may leave you struggling for breathing room. For a busy dad with tight finances and big responsibilities, managing them can be a hassle. Thankfully, you can use car loan refinancing as your rescue strategy. It can help you lower your monthly payments or decrease your interest amount, depending on your needs. But your tight schedules may keep you from find...
Tags: Money Matters, Cars, Finances, Jazz, Daddy Talk, Car Refinancing


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[Author: Stefan Kac]
Tags: Jazz, Stefan Kac, Hipsterism, McLuhan (Marshall, Kacvlog, Overthinking And Overthinkers


Brody Dalle Pleads Not Guilty To Contempt Charge In Custody Dispute With Josh Homme

Brody Dalle has pleaded not guilty to contempt in her ongoing battle for child custody with ex Josh Homme. As Rolling Stone reports, the Queens Of The Stone Age frontman accused the Distillers founder of violating their October 2020 custody agreement by not allowing him to see their kids since August 26. Homme reportedly wants Dalle to face fines or receive community service or jail time. Dalle, meanwhile, has accused Homme of domestic violence and verbal harassment.
Tags: Music, News, Rolling Stone, Josh Homme, Brody Dalle, Dalle


Dion – “Angel In The Alleyways” Feat. Patti Scialfa & Bruce Springsteen

Doo-wop champion Dion — yes, of “Runaround Sue” and “The Wanderer” fame — has spent the last half century being surprisingly prolific, from his 1959 debut with the Belmonts to his 1961 self-titled and all the way up to last year’s Blues With Friends, which memorably featured guest spots from Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen (among others). Dion must’ve had a good time flipping through his rolodex (Jeff Beck, Paul Simon, and Van Morrison also showed up on Blues With Friends), because he’s prep...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, New Music, Dion, Van Morrison, Springsteen, Patti Scialfa, Scialfa, Jeff Beck Paul Simon


Maxo Kream – “Greener Knots”

Houston rap storyteller Maxo Kream recently returned with the singles “Local Joker” and “Big Persona,” a collaboration with Tyler, The Creator. And today, Maxo has officially announced that his new album Weight Of The World, the follow-up to 2019’s great Brandon Banks, will be out next Monday. The announcement is accompanied by another track, “Greener Knots,” and a narrative-heavy video directed by Spike Jordan. Watch and listen below.
Tags: Music, Houston, New Music, MAXO KREAM, Brandon Banks, Maxo, Spike Jordan Watch


Gold Dust – “Brookside Cemetery Blues”

You’ve heard of the heavy music to shoegaze pipeline. How about the heavy music and shoegaze to folk pipeline? Stephen Pierce, the Easthampton, MA-based musician who plays hardcore in Ampere and shoegaze in Kindling, has a new solo project called Gold Dust born out of his longtime love of ’60s and ’70s folk-rock. A self-titled album is arriving at the end of the week, and we’ve already heard lovely early tracks “Oh Well” and “Into Clouds.” Today, we’re getting one more, the gorgeously warm “Broo...
Tags: Music, Easthampton, New Music, Kindling, Ampere, Gold Dust, Stephen Pierce, Brookside Cemetery Blues Listen




Scowl – “Fuck Around” (Feat. Drain’s Sammy Ciaramitaro)

Next month, Santa Cruz hardcore hellrippers Scowl will release their debut album How Flowers Grow, and we’ve already posted first single “Bloodhound.” Today, Scowl have shared another track, a 56-second punk attack called “Fuck Around.” On the track, Scowl frontwoman Kat Moss shares the mic with fellow Bay Area hardcore shit-starter Sammy Ciaramitaro, frontman of Drain and drummer of Gulch. Both of them screech hard, and I have a hard time telling who is who.
Tags: Music, Drain, Bay Area, Santa Cruz, New Music, Sammy Ciaramitaro, Scowl, Kat Moss


Dijon Announces Debut Album Absolutely With Live Performance Video

Dijon, once one-half of the buzzy blog duo Abhi + Dijon, has been forging ahead on his own these last couple years. In 2020, he put out his solo debut EP How Do You Feel About Getting Married? and now he’s announced his first full-length, Absolutely, which will be out on November 5. It was prefaced a few weeks ago with the single “Many Times,” which was very good. Today, alongside the news of his imminent album, he’s shared a live performance video in which he plays a jammy, extended take one of...
Tags: Music, New Music, Dijon, Abhi Dijon


Rid Of Me – “Travelling”

Philly’s PJ Harvey-referencing noise-rock crew Rid Of Me are currently prepping their first full-length, Traveling. They’ve already shared the raucous “Myself” (which made it into 5 Best Songs last month). Now, they’ve shared “Travelling.”
Tags: Music, PJ Harvey, New Music, Philly, Rid Of Me


Barrie – “Frankie”

Last month, Barrie returned with their first new single since 2019, “Dig,” which hinted at some new potential directions for the heretofore dreamy rock band. That song pulled from ’00s Brooklyn indies, and Barrie’s next single “Frankie” is propelled by synths and a driving hook. Despite that sound, the track was initially inspired by legendary songwriter Glen Campbell.
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, New Music, Frankie, Barrie


Bad History Month – “Death Takes A Holiday”

At the end of the month, Bad History Month and Nyxy Nyx are releasing a split album, Death Takes A Holiday, which was inspired by the respective songwriters’ mutual admiration of each other. They announced it a few weeks back with a song from each project, “Deep Bright Future” and “No Worries,” and today Bad History Month’s Sean Sprecher is sharing one of his own, which also happens to serve as the title track for the collection. “Death Takes A Holiday” is introspective and scraping, as Sprecher...
Tags: Music, New Music, Sprecher, Bad History Month, Sean Sprecher, Nyxy Nyx


Francis Of Delirium – “All Love”

Francis Of Delirium moved in a shoegazier direction with last month’s single “Come Out And Play” and the project’s Jana Bahrich continues down that path on her new track “All Love,” which boasts some towering guitars and a sweeping melodic throughline that reflects some of the greats. Bahrich said that the song is “about dissociating from what your present moment really looks like,” adding: “Sonically, I wanted the song to sort of reflect that and feel like a big wave of sound that sweeps you up...
Tags: Music, Francis, New Music, Francis Of Delirium, Jana Bahrich, Bahrich


Sunflower Bean – “Baby Don’t Cry”

It’s been a few years since Sunflower Bean released their 2018 sophomore album Twentytwo In Blue and its 2019 follow-up EP, King Of The Dudes. Now, the New York trio are sharing 2021/2022 tour dates and a new song, “Baby Don’t Cry,” which was produced by UMO’s Jacob Portrait and partially recorded at Electric Lady Studios.
Tags: Music, New York, New Music, Sunflower Bean, Baby Don, Jacob Portrait


We’ve Got A File On You: Johnny Marr

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.
Tags: Music, Christopher Nolan, The Smiths, Noel Gallagher, Talking Heads, Johnny Marr, Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders, Oasis, Modest Mouse, David Byrne, Electronic, Bernard Sumner, Hans Zimmer, Isaac Brock, Billie Eilish


Stream Jordana & TV Girl’s Surprise New Summer’s Over EP

Last week, 2020 Best New Band contender Jordana and LA’s TV Girl kicked off their sold-out joint US tour. Now, the indie-pop performers have released a surprise collaborative EP titled Summer’s Over, which you can stream to on the platform of your choosing.
Tags: Music, La, US, New Music, Jordana, TV Girl


Everything About The Rock’s First Official Rap Verse Is Funny

I can still remember hearing that Wyclef Jean was going to have the Rock on his single. This was 21 years ago, when Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was on his fourth or fifth reign as WWF World Champion. The Rock wasn’t a movie star yet — he’d make his debut as a terrible CGI effect in The Mummy Returns a year later — but he already seemed like he might be the coolest person on earth. The Rock had been a shit-talking, egocentric heel who’d become a crowd favorite simply because he was so good at egoce...
Tags: Music, Dwayne Johnson, The Rock, Wyclef Jean, Freddie Gibbs, Status Ain't Hood, The Alchemist, Lil Durk, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Wyclef, G Herbo, Tech N9ne, Bruiser Brigade, 21 Savage, Joey Cool, King Iso


Snail Mail – “Ben Franklin”

Snail Mail released her triumphant new single “Valentine” just a few short weeks ago — it landed on top of our best songs of the week list — and there’s just a few long weeks to go until Valentine, the album, is released in full. Today, Lindsey Jordan is sharing Valentine‘s second single, “Ben Franklin,” which boasts some crackling synths and a cheekily melodramatic hook: “Sucker for the pain huh, honey?/ But you said you’d die!/ You wanna leave a stain forever/ But you said you would’ve died fo...
Tags: Music, Ben Franklin, Valentine, New Music, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan, Josh Coll


Stream Knocked Loose’s Surprise New EP A Tear In The Fabric Of Life

Two years ago, Knocked Loose released one of the best hardcore albums of 2019 with A Different Shade Of Blue. Today, they’re back with their first release since then, a whole new EP called A Tear In The Fabric Of Life. It’s an ambitious and intense endeavor, six songs that all follow a narrative and come attached to an animated film directed by Magnus Jonsson. Here is Knocked Loose’s songwriting force Bryan Garris on the EP:
Tags: Music, New Music, Knocked Loose, Bryan Garris, Magnus Jonsson


Watch the only time Vincent Price performed the "Thriller" rap live

On Friday the 13th in February 1987, a full-moon night, Vincent Price was the guest on the Late Show starring Joan Rivers. This was the only time Price performed his iconic rap from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" in a live setting. Darkness falls across the landThe midnight hour is close at handCreatures crawl in search of bloodTo terrorise y'alls neighborhoodAnd whosoever shall be foundWithout the soul for getting downMust stand and face the Hounds of HellAnd rot inside a corpse's ...
Tags: Video, Music, News, Vincent Price, Joan Rivers, Michael Jackson, The Funk Of Forty Thousand Years, Helland


Neil Young & Crazy Horse Announce New Album Barn

Neil Young has a near-constant stream of music coming out. In addition to the boatloads of archival releases planned for the next year, he has a new album with Crazy Horse on the way. The follow-up to 2019’s Colorado is called Barn, and it’ll be out in December on Reprise.
Tags: Music, News, Colorado, Neil Young, Crazy Horse, Neil Young and Crazy Horse


Watch A Trailer For Peter Jackson’s Beatles Documentary Get Back

For a while now, Peter Jackson — perhaps best-known as the lord of the Lord Of The Rings extended film universe — has been working on a documentary about the recording sessions for the Beatles’ final album Let It Be. The Beatles: Get Back was originally supposed to be a movie, but a few months back we learned that it would instead be a six-hour Disney+ series, which will be doled out on the streaming service in two-hour installments over Thanksgiving weekend. Sounds like a great thing to bond ov...
Tags: Music, News, Disney, The Beatles, Peter Jackson


Speedy Ortiz – “Cutco”

Back in 2011, Sadie Dupuis recorded and self-released her first songs under the name Speedy Ortiz. Now, in honor of the band’s 10th anniversary, that early collection is being reissued as a double LP titled The Death of Speedy Ortiz & Cop Kicker…Forever. Comprising tracks on the Cop Kicker EP, The Death of Speedy Ortiz LP, plus a few bonus tracks …Forever has been remixed and remastered, and it’ll include a few previously unreleased tracks, liner notes written by Dupuis, and photos and journal e...
Tags: Music, Speedy Ortiz, Sadie Dupuis, New Music, Ortiz, Dupuis, Cutco, Speedy Ortiz LP


7 Dinge, die viele glückliche Paare anscheinend anders machen

Für eine glückliche Beziehung gibt es kein genaues Rezept, das für alle funktioniert. Tatsächlich bestehen Beziehungen oft aus zwei Menschen mit verschiedenen Hintergründen, die Unterschiedliches erlebt haben und ihr Bestes geben, damit alles wie am Schnürchen läuft. Manchen Paaren scheint das aber besser zu gelingen als anderen – viel besser. „Viele der glücklichsten Pärchen haben eines gemeinsam: Sie erwarten keine Perfektion, sondern sind sich dessen bewusst, dass jeder Mensch seine Macken h...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Anna, Amy, Stephanie, Mir, Carrie, Jenn, Bett, Rolle, Jahren, Weise, Daher, Streit, Frau, Hause


Courtney Barnett – “Smile Real Nice”

Courtney Barnett is in the middle of a rollout for her latest album Things Take Time, Take Time — we just got a new single, “Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To,” a couple weeks ago — but she’s taking some time away from all that today to release a song that doesn’t appear on the album called “Smile Real Nice.” Instead, it’s the theme song for an upcoming animated TV series adaptation of Harriet The Spy, which debuts on Apple TV+ next month. (Beanie Feldstein voices the titular child-spy.)...
Tags: Apple, Music, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Beanie Feldstein


serpentwithfeet – “Down Nuh River”

Earlier this year, serpentwithfeet released a great new album, DEACON — one of the best albums of 2021 so far, even — and he’s releasing a companion EP called DEACON’S GROVE next month, which features two new songs and some reimaginings of album tracks.
Tags: Music, New Music, Serpentwithfeet


Nathalie Stutzmann Named Music Director Of Atlanta Symphony

Stutzmann, a former contralto from France who’s currently principal guest conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, will start an initial four-year term at the ASO’s helm next fall. She’ll be the only woman currently serving as music director of a year-round orchestra in the US. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, France, US, Philadelphia Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony, Nathalie Stutzmann, Stutzmann


Hear Sad13 Cover CatDog‘s “Trick Or Treat” Song For New Halloween Compilation

The fledgling label I’m Into Life Records has organized a benefit compilation just in time for spooky season called Creepy Covers, which will be out on October 15. All proceeds from the album this month will go to Trans Defense Fund LA.
Tags: Music, New Music, Sad13, Into Life Records


Marissa Paternoster – “White Dove”

Screaming Females guitarist/vocalist Marissa Paternoster has announced their debut solo album, though they’ve previously released music as Noun. It’s called Peace Meter and it’ll be out December 3 via Don Giovanni. Along with the news is a ruminative lead single, “White Dove,” which features an accompaniment from THOU guitarist Andy Gibbs.
Tags: Music, New Music, Screaming Females, Thou, Marissa Paternoster, Andy Gibbs, Don Giovanni Along


Welcher Wein zu deinem Sternzeichen passt – empfohlen von Expert:innen

Wir lieben unseren Wein – und doch standen wir alle schon mal ratlos und überfordert vor der gigantischen Auswahl im Supermarkt oder Weingeschäft. Vom Jahrgang über die Region bis hin zur Geschmacksrichtung: Wenn du deinen Blick über die Weinregale wandern lässt, gibt es da ganz schön viel zu lesen. Wenn du keine Lust mehr darauf hast, frustriert zum selben durchschnittlichen Pinot Noir zu greifen, den du im Zweifelsfall immer kaufst, haben wir gute Neuigkeiten: Die spanische Weinmarke ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Mars, Blanc, Bilder, Arbeit, Rolle, Sterne, Gott, Kurz, Stier, Jungfrau, Meister, Herz, Wahl, Umgebung



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