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‘It’s the little things’: Britney Spears speaks out on life post-conservatorship

Singer issues lengthy video statement expressing gratitude for being able to use her own cash and car keys and thanks fans for ‘saving her life’Britney Spears has spoken out about the realities of her new freedom after her 13-year conservatorship was lifted last week.In her longest and most detailed statement since a judge terminated the controversial legal arrangement that controlled many aspects of her personal and financial life, the pop star spoke about her excitement and gratitude at being ...
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Britney Spears Discusses What She’s Gonna Do Now That She’s Free

Days after being released from her almost 14-year conservatorship, Britney Spears is talking about what she plans to do next. Posting a video to her socials, Spears said right now it’s the little things that feel important to her, like “hav[ing] the keys to my car” and “owning an ATM card.”
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America’s Largest Radio Broadcaster Will Only Play Taylor’s Versions From Now On

iHeartRadio, the largest radio station owner in the US, has announced that it will only be airing Taylor Swift’s re-recorded albums moving forward, as each one is released. So far, that includes Fearless (Taylor’s Version) and the just-released Red (Taylor’s Version).
Tags: Music, News, Taylor Swift, US, America, Taylor, Iheartradio


[Random] U900 & kerokerokingDX

First Scott e-mailed me about this cute amigurumi pair, then TempleDog -- It's such a good thing that I had to pass it along. :D 兎野U / Usagino U and 熊野900 / Kumano 900 make up U900, a terrific ukulele duo. Find out more about them in this video: For locals familiar with Hawaiian music may recognize some of their licks in some of their videos, but they also have a CD out with their covers of Ventures songs: Ukulele Ventures. In the meanwhile, you can watch more at ...
Tags: Music, Japan, Cute, Youtube, Animation, Anime, Ukulele, Random, Scott, Kumano, Amigurumi, Audra Furuichi, Nemu, Kumano 900, Stop-animation, U900


Listen: Susanna Hoffs covers "Him or Me — What's It Gonna Be?" and "Time Will Show the Wiser" on her new album

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Susanna Hoffs (@susannahoffsofficial) Susanna Hoffs, founding member of The Bangles, has a new album out called Bright Lights and I've listened to it a bunch of times already. Hoffs is great at covers of 60s songs (her three-album series with Matthew Sweet is one of my favorites) and Bright Lights has some excellent reinterpretations of folk rock and garage...
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Premature Evaluation: Adele 30

Maybe I’m saying this because I live in Adele’s adopted city of Los Angeles, or maybe it’s because people my age and younger really like horoscopes and birth charts, but: I’m pretty sure that I believe in the Saturn Return. I’ve never been that plugged into the planets, but the way Adele talks about Saturn Returns in interviews promoting her gut punch of a new album, 30, doesn’t not make me a believer.
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Spain scraps visa requirement for UK touring musicians

Music industry welcomes move by Spanish government as ‘hugely welcome’ and a ‘big victory’The UK’s music industry has welcomed the decision by the Spanish government to scrap post-Brexit visa requirements for UK artists on short-term tours, but warned significant issues still remain that will make many tours “impossible”.Spain’s announcement means UK musicians and their crew will no longer need visas for engagements of less than 90 days, a change in policy that came after months of lobbying from...
Tags: Europe, Music, Politics, UK, Spain, European Union, UK News, Music Industry, Culture, Foreign Policy, Nadine Dorries, Brexit


What is spatial audio? Apple’s 3D sound feature fully explained

Apple is officially rolling out support for spatial audio to Apple Music and more. Here's your guide to everything you need to know about this new audio format.
Tags: Apple, Music, Trends, Home Theater, Apple Music, Dolby Atmos, Spatial Audio, WWDC 2021


Brass Against Singer Apologizes For Intentionally Peeing On Fan’s Face: “I Am Not A Shock Artist”

Brass Against lead singer Sophia Urista has issued a formal apology for peeing onto a fan’s face mid-set at Welcome To Rockville festival in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Tags: Music, News, Rockville, Sophia Urista, Welcome to Rockville, Brass Against


Ziemba – “Fear”

Around this time last year, the El Paso musician René Kladzyk released a new album as Ziemba, True Romantic, and today she’s announcing its follow-up, Unsubtle Magic, which will be out on December 10. She’s introducing it with “Fear,” which starts off with an “Imagine”-esque piano line and builds into a stylish crooner.
Tags: Music, El Paso, New Music, Ziemba, Rene Kladzyk, Ziemba True Romantic


Silverbacks – “Rolodex City”

Last month, the great Dublin quintet Silverbacks announced their sophomore album Archive Material. So far, we’ve heard two songs from it, including “Wear My Medals” and the title track. Today, they’re back with another one.
Tags: Music, Dublin, New Music, Silverbacks, Rolodex City


Annie Blackman – “Drive”

Annie Blackman continues her string of 2021 singles with a new one today, “Drive.” It’s a rambling road song about the decision of whether to hit the road or not, as Blackman weighs her options between the coasts and decides to stay put. Through all that back-and-forth, Blackman hits on some thoughts about place and our relationship to where we happen to be: “Can’t sweat anything I never thought I’d get to do/ A city’s more than its proximity to you/ The answer’s there, I could know it if I trie...
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Davóne Tines Is Transforming The Song Recital — And Maybe Even Classical Singing Itself

The bass-baritone has made programming an art in itself, building evenings around a sermon or a Langston Hughes poem, slipping from Bach to jazz to Julius Eastman to plantation chant to R&B to Caroline Shaw. And, writes Alex Ross, he makes all of it matter. – The New Yorker
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Pushing And Shoving — Why Music Riles The Young

Why are generation after generation of young people drawn to these places where they’re pushed, jostled, pummeled or worse? Why do they run into a seething crowd? – The New York Times
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Radio 1 and Radio 2 work together on BBC Children in Need single

BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 are joining forces to work with Niall Horan and Anne-Marie to create the BBC Children in Need single this year. The charity single, Everywhere by Fleetwood Mac, is available for pre-order now, will be released by Atlantic Records on the day of the charity’s fundraising spectacular, Friday 19 November. Everywhere (BBC Children in Need) will be released on Friday as The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show on Radio 2 and The Greg James Breakfast Show on Radio 1 bring the stations...
Tags: Music, UK, Bbc, Radio, Ed Sheeran, Fleetwood Mac, Niall Horan, Atlantic Records, Niall, BBC Radio, Christine McVie, Griff, Anne Marie, Station News, Bbc Radio 1, BBC Radio 2


Just Mustard – “I Am You”

Just Mustard were one of our Best New Bands Of 2019 based on the strength of their debut album, Wednesday, and it looks like the Irish group is getting ready to follow it up with something new. The band has signed to Partisan Records — home to Fontaines DC, who they’re touring with next year — and today they’re releasing a new single, “I Am You.” It’s a warped and weary and intense drone, as vocalist Katie Bell intones a series of maddening questions: “Can you stay, stain my lip?/ Can you change...
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Album Of The Week: Converge Bloodmoon: I

Last month, shortly after the 20th anniversary of Converge’s heavy-music landmark Jane Doe, the world finally learned the identity of the lady on that album cover. Ever since Converge first brought Jane Doe into the world in 2001, that cover art has been a source of fascination. Who was this lady with the statuesque cheekbones and the defiant stare? Was she the subject of the album’s tortured howls? Was she a real person at all?
Tags: Music, Chelsea Wolfe, Album Of The Week, Jane Doe, Converge, Stephen Brodsky, Ben Chisholm


Weakened Friends – “Everything Is Better”

The Portland, Maine trio Weakened Friends are releasing their sophomore album, Quitter, at the end of the week. We’ve heard two singles from it already, “Tunnels” and the title track, and today we’re getting one last advance track, “Everything Is Better,” another crisp and confident song that ramps up to a snotty chorus: “Everything is better when you’re not around,” Sonia Sturino sings in the chorus, her voice quivering on the “you’re.” Check it out below.
Tags: Music, New Music, Portland Maine, Weakened Friends, Sonia Sturino


A Place To Bury Strangers – “Let’s See Each Other”

Over the summer, NYC post-punk crew A Place To Bury Strangers released an EP, Hologram and announced a lineup change, with John Fedowitz on bass and Sandra Fedowitz of Ceremony East Coast on drums. Now, A Place To Bury Strangers are back with news of a new album, See Through You. Along with the news is a single, “Let’s See Each Other,” which also gets a video treatment.
Tags: Music, New Music, A Place To Bury Strangers, John Fedowitz, Sandra Fedowitz, Ceremony East Coast


Kero Kero Bonito – “The Sneaker Dance”

Kero Kero Bonito have shared a new single, “The Sneaker Dance,” which they made for streetwear designer Kerwin Frost’s new line of clothes for Adidas. It’s their first new material since the Civilisation II EP earlier this year, though a couple months ago they also teamed up with Soccer Mommy for a rework of her track “rom com 2004.”
Tags: Music, New Music, Kero Kero Bonito, Kerwin Frost


Downhaul – “One Sick Plan” (Oso Oso Cover)

The Richmond indie band Downhaul, who seem to take equal inspiration from emo and country in a Pinegrove kind of way, released their sophomore album Proof this year. Today they’ve returned with a cover of “One Sick Plan” from Oso Oso’s 2019 stunner Basking In The Glow. The cover was commissioned by No Earbuds, the PR company that represents both bands, as part of their charitable EARBUDZ series. If you like your emo with hooks and twang, you will probably enjoy it. Listen below.
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Wenn ein:e Partner:in in einer gleichgeschlechtlichen Beziehung mehr verdient

„Früher gab ich rund zwei Euro für eine Packung mit sechs Eiern aus, während die einzige Marke, die sie kaufte, etwa vier Euro kostete“, erzählt die 28-jährige Annie*. Sie ist Finanz-Managerin und verdient etwas weniger als zwei Drittel von dem, was ihre Partnerin Zara* einnimmt. Das Einkommensgefälle zwischen diesem Paar hat während ihrer zweijährigen Beziehung zu Unbehagen und Gefühlen der Unzulänglichkeit geführt. Über die Probleme, die eine solche Kluft in heterosexuellen Beziehungen ver...
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Big Thief – “Time Escaping”


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“Die beste Kamera ist die, die du dabei hast”

Oft wird uns nachgesagt, wir würden eh nur am Handy hängen. Und, Hand aufs Herz, meistens stimmt das auch. Aber das Ding ist: die Zeiten, in denen wir uns für unsere Screentime schämen, sind längst gezählt. Gerade in den letzten beiden Jahren ist unser Smartphone der Schlüssel zu so ziemlich allen in unserem Leben geworden. Wir haben auf ihnen Livegigs in der Badewanne gestreamt, hochkarätige Selfies geschossen, die Großeltern auf den neuesten Stand gebracht, Aktivismus betrieben, Playlists an u...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Korea, Bilder, Energie, Rae, Ganz, Kendra, Jahren, Krebs, Kamera, Grenzen, Potter Stewart, Kindern, Magazin, Wann


Drowse – “Wait And Bleed” (Slipknot Cover)

Kyle Bates project Drowse — not to be confused with the Philly hardcore group of the same name — has released a cover of Slipknot’s “Wait And Bleed,” which he recorded for a new compilation from San Francisco record label The Flenser. His take on the 1999 nu-metal track is languid and slowed-down. Here’s what Bates said to Revolver about how he transformed the track:
Tags: Music, San Francisco, Slipknot, New Music, Philly, Bates, Drowse, Kyle Bates


Steve Earle, Jason Isbell, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, & More To Play Justin Townes Earle Tribute Concert

Justin Townes Earle died last year at the way-too-young age of 38. On what would have been his 39th birthday, his father Steve Earle released the tribute album J.T. And on January 4, on what would’ve been his 40th birthday, he’ll be honored with a tribute concert at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, dubbed A Celebration Of Justin Townes Earle.
Tags: Music, News, Nashville, Jason Isbell, Steve Earle, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, Justin Townes Earle


The Antlers Release Surprise EP With Four Green To Gold Reworks

Earlier this year, the Antlers — aka Peter Silberman and Michael Lerner — put out their first new album in seven years, Green To Gold. Now, the duo has shared a surprise EP, Losing Light, containing four reimagined songs from Green To Gold.
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Watch Black Midi Play Four Cavalcade Songs Live In Studio

Earlier this year, Black Midi released their sophomore album Cavalcade — we talked to them about the inspirations behind it — and they’ve been touring since then. Today, they’re announcing a new called Live-Cade featuring a live session that was recorded at London’s Soup Studios. They’re also sharing videos of them performing four of those — “John Hell,” “Chondromalacia Patella,” “Marlene Dietrich,” and “Despair” — and you can watch those below.
Tags: Music, London, News, Cade, Black Midi, John Hell Chondromalacia Patella Marlene Dietrich


Sun June – “Easy”

Earlier this year, the Austin dreamers Sun June released their sophomore album, Somewhere. Today, they’re announcing an expanded edition of the album that features three new tracks. One of those is “Easy,” which the band is sharing now. It’s breezy and sun-kissed, as band leader Laura Colwell teases out tendrils of memories that take place under a pale moon. Here she is on the track:
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