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Watch Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” Short Film With Sadie Sink & Dylan O’Brien

One of the many goodies surrounding Red (Taylor’s Version), the re-recorded version of Taylor Swift’s 2012 LP Red, is a much-buzzed-about short film accompanying Swift’s 10-minute version of album cut “All Too Well.” Written and directed by Swift, the film stars Dylan O’Brien (Teen Wolf) and Sadie Sink (Stranger Things). Now, at last, the film is available to watch in full.
Tags: Music, Taylor Swift, Swift, New Music, Dylan O'Brien, Sadie Sink, Dylan O Brien Teen Wolf


Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

ICYI today we launched the Stereogum Shop where you can buy all sorts of merch that’ll help fellow commenters identify you in the wild. Thanks to everyone who already purchased stuff! As a small, independent publication this additional revenue source will be really crucial to us – hopefully you see some stuff in the store you like. The merch is print-on-demand, which means we make a lot less money per item than if we had a warehouse of inventory, so unfortunately you will have to spend twice as ...
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Britney Spears’s conservatorship terminated after nearly 14 years

Musician regains independence after legal arrangement denied her right to make key life decisionsA judge has approved the termination of Britney Spears’s conservatorship, freeing the pop star from the controversial legal arrangement that has controlled her life for nearly 14 years.The ruling marks an extraordinary victory for the singer who had fought for years to regain her independence from the courts, which in 2008 took away her rights to make basic decisions about her finances, career and pe...
Tags: Music, California, Los Angeles, US news, Britney Spears


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week’s countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify.
Tags: Music, Beach House, The Weeknd, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Rosalia, Jenny Hval, Camp Cope, Nilüfer Yanya


Britney Spears Freed From 13-Year Conservatorship

Britney Spears has been freed from her conservatorship, which had been in place for more than 13 years. As reported by The New York Times, Judge Brenda Penny of the Los Angeles Superior Court said in a Friday hearing that the conservatorship that oversees the singer’s life and finances should be terminated effective today.
Tags: Music, News, New York Times, Britney Spears, Los Angeles Superior Court, Jamie Spears, Brenda Penny


M.I.A. – “Babylon”

Earlier this year, M.I.A. launched an non-fungible token (NFT) art exhibit. Now, she’s launched an auction of her 2010 mixtape Vicki Leekx as an NFT. She’s also shared a music video for a new track, “Babylon,” which you can watch in full via ohmni.com.
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“We’re Bush Tetras! We Can Do Whatever We Want.”

There is a hum in New York, and it sounds like Bush Tetras: quick, unfussy grooves; eerie snake-like rhythms; stabs of searing guitar. The longer you live here, the more it moves you. Bush Tetras arrived in the late 1970s and lit a spark that’s been quietly sizzling ever since. Across 30 tracks, three LPs, and four decades, a new box set from Wharf Cat Records reignites the band’s vital legacy as post-punk pioneers. But Rhythm And Paranoia: The Best Of Bush Tetras is no epilogue; Bush Tetras are...
Tags: Music, New York, Q&a, Bush, James Chance, Bush Tetras, Dee Pop, Best Of Bush Tetras


Jonny Greenwood’s Spencer Score Out Now, Power Of The Dog & “Licorice Pizza” Coming In Next 2 Weeks

It’s a boom time for Jonny Greenwood film scores! The Radiohead guitarist’s baroque classical and free jazz-blending soundtrack for Spencer, Jackie director Pablo Larraín’s new drama about Diana, Princess Of Wales, is out now — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg!
Tags: Music, News, Radiohead, Paul Thomas Anderson, Spencer, Diana Princess of Wales, Jonny Greenwood, Pablo Larrain, The Power of the Dog, Licorice Pizza, Spencer Jackie


Stream Silk Sonic’s Debut Album An Evening With Silk Sonic

Back in February, funky crowd-pleasers Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak announced that they had teamed up to to form a duo called Silk Sonic. The duo’s debut single “Leave The Door Open,” a smooth pastiche of ’70s soul, was a smash, and they found a similarly lush groove on the successive singles “Skate” and “Smokin’ Out The Window.” Today, the long rush for that Silk Sonic debut album — an LP that was initially pushed back into January — is finally over.
Tags: Music, Bruno Mars, New Music, Anderson Paak, Bootsy Collins, Silk Sonic


Die Geräusche anderer Leute widern mich an & das zerstört meine Beziehungen

Plötzlich packt mich diese lähmende Angst, die durch laute Musik ausgelöst wird, über die ich keine Kontrolle habe. Wenn ich zum Beispiel Musik von nebenan durch die Wand höre, gerate ich auf einmal in Panik und kann nichts dagegen tun. Deswegen stiegen mir Ex-Freund:innen früher immer aufs Dach (kein Wunder, dass diese Freund:innen jetzt Ex-Freund:innen sind, oder?). Diese unkontrollierbaren Reaktionen habe ich schon seit meiner Teenie-Zeit, nur wusste ich damals noch nicht, dass sie einen Name...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Emma, Reid, Namen, Wie, Panik, Essen, Griff, Hilfe, Muster, Sekunden, Sorgen, Wunder, Paar, Reaktion


Why Are Some Classical Music Institutions Resisting Broadening Their View of Music?

Joshua Kosman: How long can an artistic culture survive and thrive on the work of the same circumscribed set of a dozen or so dead white European males? – San Francisco Chronicle
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Desertfest NYC 2022 Lineup Has High On Fire, Baroness, Monster Magnet, More

As far as I know, there are no deserts in New York. But that doesn’t mean that NYC should be deprived of epic, guttural stoner-metal. Desertfest, a European collective that books sludge festivals around the world, has just announced the lineup for next year’s Desertfest NYC, which will bring many of the world’ finest deep-riff slow-stompers to the Knockdown Center in Queens May 13-15.
Tags: Music, New York, News, Queens, Corrosion Of Conformity, Baroness, Torche, Red Fang, Knockdown Center, Dead Meadow, Inter Arma, High On Fire, Orange Goblin, Monster Magnet, Desertfest, Desertfest NYC


Polo G Interpolates Michael Jackson On New Single “Bad Man (Smooth Criminal)”

The young Chicago rap great Polo G is having a big year. He debuted at #1 with his single “Rapstar,” and he released the excellent album Hall Of Fame. In recent months, he’s collaborated with artists like , Gunna, Burna Boy, and NLE Choppa. (He’s also been arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, which seems like the bad kind of “big.”) Right now, Polo is getting ready to release Hall Of Fame 2.0, the deluxe version of his album. Today, he’s released a single that doubles as a kind of flex. Po...
Tags: Music, Chicago, Michael Jackson, New Music, Arrad, Polo G, Gunna Burna Boy


Stream Four Previously Unreleased Nirvana Concerts From Nevermind 30th Anniversary Edition

Nirvana’s Nevermind turned 30 in September, and to celebrate the anniversary, Geffen/UMe have just released a new Super Deluxe Edition of the album featuring 70 unreleased tracks. That includes four complete Nevermind-era live concerts: Live in Amsterdam, Netherlands, recorded and filmed on November 25, 1991 at club Paradiso; Live in Del Mar, California, recorded on December 28, 1991 at the Pat O’Brien Pavilion at the Del Mar Fairgrounds; Live in Melbourne, Australia, recorded on February 1, 199...
Tags: Music, Nirvana, St Kilda, New Music, Melbourne Australia, Tokyo Japan, Amsterdam Netherlands, Nevermind, Del Mar California, Del Mar Fairgrounds, Brien Pavilion, Nakano Sunplaza Stream


Juice WRLD – “Already Dead”

Emo-rap star Juice WRLD died of a drug overdose in 2019, when he was 21 years old. In the last few years of his life, Juice WRLD was hugely popular and hugely prolific. Since his death, that popularity has only grown. The posthumous album Legends Never Die came out last year and went double platinum; it was one of 2020’s biggest rap records. Since then, we’ve Juice WRLD collabs with artists like the Weeknd and Young Thug, and there’s also news of an animated movie based on his music. Now, we lea...
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Man serenades wild fox with his banjo playing. Fox returns for an encore.

I already liked fine banjo playing but now I also have appreciation for wild foxes' musical taste. (Thanks, UPSO!)
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I Get Wet Turns 20

In 2018, Stereogum’s Michael Nelson painted his masterpiece — a long and mind-blown piece about the identity of party-rock freak Andrew W.K. In that story, which reads more like a work of obsessive true-crime conspiracy theory than rock criticism, Michael got deep into the question of whether the Andrew W.K. of today is the same Andrew W.K. who first emerged on the global stage in 2001. Was an actor now portraying the Andrew W.K. role? Had Andrew W.K. suffered some kind of psychotic break? Who w...
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Law & Order: SVU Did A Brooklyn Drill Episode

Last night’s episode of Law & Order: SVU was set in the world of Brooklyn drill. Titled “Nightmares In Drill City,” the ep found assistant DA Dominick Carisi (Peter Scanavino) bringing in his former Special Victims Unit colleagues on a case involving a Brooklyn drill rapper by the name of G. This allowed Ice-T, in his role as Det. Fin Tutuola, to offer a quick primer on the history of the rap subgenre: “The music’s called drill. It’s made famous by Chief Keef out of Chicago. It spread everywhere...
Tags: Music, News, Law, Chicago, Brooklyn, Chief Keef, Keef, Ice-T, Law and Order: SVU, Brooklyn Drill Episode, Drill City, Dominick Carisi Peter Scanavino, Det Fin Tutuola


Failure – “Headstand”

’90s alt-rock cult heroes Failure broke up in 1997 and then reunited in 2014, and they’ve been active ever since. In 2018, the band released In The Future Your Body Will Be The Furthest Thing From Your Mind, an album made up of four different EPs. And today, Failure have announced that they will soon return with Wild Type Droid, a new LP that’ll come out in a scant few weeks. They’ve just shared its first single, too.
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Strathmore, Baltimore Symphony’s DC-Area Home, Finally Settles With IATSE

“After a two-year stalemate that sparked a feud with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra,” — which cancelled several concerts this fall because of the standoff — “Strathmore has reached a tentative agreement with its unionized box office staff that extends their contract through June 2024.” – MSN (The Washington Post)
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2Pac Released His Debut Album 30 Years Ago Today

Man time sure does fly by really fast, doesn’t it? We’ve celebrated the 25 year anniversary of Pac’s passing a couple of months ago. It’s hard to believe he dropped 2Pacalypse Now 30 years ago. To give you a broader view, he was recording this revolutionary album when he was 19-years-old. To put that in proper contents, listen to the rappers nowadays that’s in their late teens and early-20s, see the difference? I’m sure if you follow everything on my site, on Instagram, Twitter or know me pers...
Tags: Music, Nas, Albums, Hip Hop, PAC, Jazz, Minnesota Vikings, Vikings, 2pac, Brenda, Geto Boys, On This Day In History, 2Pacalypse Now


The Number Ones: Timmy T’s “One More Try”

In The Number Ones, I’m reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart’s beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present.
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Taylor Swift Discusses New Phoebe Bridgers Collab On Seth Meyers

Remember when Taylor Swift wasn’t doing interviews around her new records? Those days are over. Today, Swift has released Red (Taylor’s Version), the re-recorded version of her great 2012 LP Red. And she’s really out there promoting this one. Last night, in fact, Swift was on two different talk shows, Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show and Seth Meyers’ Late Night. She even wore different outfits to both shows! (Both shows tape in the same building, and Swift will still be in that building when she play...
Tags: Music, News, Taylor Swift, Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers, Swift, Phoebe Bridgers, Jonathan Majors, Taylor Swift Discusses New Phoebe Bridgers Collab, Today Swift


Wie mein Krebs mein Sexleben veränderte

Als die 31-jährige Rebecca Anfang 2019 die Diagnose Brustkrebs bekam, war ihr Sexleben für sie eine willkommene Ablenkung. „Wir fühlten uns plötzlich wieder wie Teenager. Es gibt nichts Besseres, als mit deiner eigenen Sterblichkeit konfrontiert zu werden, um dich lebendig zu fühlen – und nichts gibt dir ein lebendigeres Gefühl als Sex“, erzählt sie. „Durch den Krebs fühlte ich mich von meinem Körper im Stich gelassen, und der Sex war meine Art, wieder mit ihm Frieden zu schließen“, sagt sie. ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rebecca, Maria, Seite, Auch, Wie, Rolle, Weil, Krebs, Freund, Stich, Frau, Leben, Lynsey, Informationen


In Gesundheit & Krankheit: Beziehungen mit chronisch kranken Partner:innen

Mein Freund wäscht meine Haare, kocht mein Abendessen, putzt unsere Wohnung und holt die Post. Nein, er ist keine Art Superheld; er tut einfach die Dinge, die ich nicht tun kann, damit wir beide glücklich und gesund bleiben. Das war nicht immer so. Wir lernten uns beim Wandern in den Bergen kennen und verliebten uns bei einer Flasche Rotwein und einem nächtlichen Kinobesuch ineinander. In der Zwischenzeit hat sich aber fast alles in unserem Leben verändert. Nichtsdestotrotz sind wir immer noch s...
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Placebo: ‘It’s not the end of the world. It’s just the end of the human species’

The alt-rockers brought gender fluidity into the 90s mainstream – and are now reckoning with climate apocalypse, surveillance culture and how to escape our horrific realityOn the screen of my phone, Brian Molko is trying to dodge the camera’s gaze. I’m in Colorado, video calling him in London, watching him chain smoke from across the Atlantic. He sometimes casts glances at the lens, mostly doing his best to forget it’s there.Over the past 25 years, Molko’s band Placebo have often grappled with t...
Tags: Music, London, Colorado, Culture, Atlantic, Pop and rock, David Bowie, Belgium, Michael Stipe, Brian Molko, Molko, Stefan Olsdal Molko


Hearing could restore Britney Spears’s independence after nearly 14 years

Judge’s decision could cancel arrangement that has controlled singer’s career, finances and personal lifeBritney Spears’s conservatorship case will be back in court on Friday for a highly anticipated hearing that could restore the singer’s independence for the first time in nearly 14 years.Los Angeles judge Brenda Penny is expected to rule on requests to end the controversial legal arrangement that has allowed a network of people to control the pop star’s finances, career and personal life since...
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‘It was secret and naughty’: the birth of Ministry of Sound – a photo essay

Photographer Dave Swindells was one of the few to discover the London nightclub when it opened 30 years ago – and capture its streetwear, Sloanes and giddy energy. He takes us backThere was no fanfare when the Ministry of Sound opened 30 years ago. There wasn’t even a press release. For decades it has been one of the world’s most famous nightclubs (and one of the world’s most successful independent record labels), yet it opened almost in secret, and that was part of the plan.Justin Berkmann was ...
Tags: Photography, Music, UK, New York, London, Culture, Architecture, Art and design, Dance music, Electronic Music, Humphrey, Ministry of Sound, James Palumbo, Dave Swindells, Justin Berkmann, DJ Larry Levan


Let’s Eat Grandma: ‘How can I view death purely in a negative way when someone I loved is dead?’

Childhood friends who would finish each other’s sentences, Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth were growing apart. Then Hollingworth’s boyfriend died aged 22. The pop duo explain what they learned in a devastating yearLet’s Eat Grandma arrive in a cafe after their Guardian photoshoot, looking exactly like a pair of pop stars. Jazzed up in opulent jewel tones and immaculate eyeliner, they are both tall – about 5ft 9in – but the resemblance ends there. Rosa Walton has the plump red curls of a 40s m...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Indie, Kate Bush, Electronic Music, Hollingworth, Jenny Hollingworth, Rosa Walton


Hear Two More Songs From Dave Navarro, Taylor Hawkins, & Chris Chaney Supergroup NHC

In September, a new supergroup was birthed into the world comprising veteran rockers Dave Navarro, Taylor Hawkins, and Chris Chaney, otherwise known as NHC. Initially they released two tracks, “Feed The Cruel” and “Better Move On,” and now they’re back with two more: “Devil That You Know” and “Lazy Eyes.”
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