Eine ungefilterte Meinung zu Harry Styles’ Beautymarke Pleasing

Harry Styles droppt schon seit Monaten mehr oder weniger offensichtliche Anspielungen auf seine Beauty-Brand Pleasing. Anfang des Jahres wurde der Sänger in einem schwarzen Hoodie fotografiert, auf dessen Brust der Name der Marke stand, und als er ein Instagram-Foto mit der Caption „Find your Pleasing“ postete, sorgte das erstmal für jede Menge Verwirrung. Kein Wunder also, dass „Pleasing“ für Harry-Styles-Fans jetzt schon seit einer ganzen Weile zum Vokabular gehört – und das Internet quasi zus...
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The Weeknd’s Blinding Lights dethrones the Twist as all-time No.1 Billboard single

Blinding Lights was 2020’s biggest song both in terms of sales and size, cementing the Canadian singer’s status as global pop megastarThe Weeknd’s hit single Blinding Lights has officially been crowned the all-time No 1 song on the Billboard single charts, ousting Chubby Checker’s 1960s hit the Twist.The song, an instant synth-pop classic, debuted in late November 2019 and topped the weekly Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks in April and May 2020, going on to spend a record-shattering 90 consecuti...
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Grammy Nominations 2022: Surprises, Snubs, & More Takeaways

The Recording Academy continues to exist within its own strange dimension, one in which Jon Batiste is the center of the musical universe and the second Lady Gaga/Tony Bennett jazz duets album was one of the landmark popular music events of 2021. You have to hand it to them for the consistency, at least: So many extremely Grammys-esque artists were showered with nominations today in preparation for the Jan. 31 ceremony at, uh, Arena. Some of them, like Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber a...
Tags: Music, Kacey Musgraves, Taylor Swift, Lorde, Foo Fighters, Nas, Kanye West, Kings of Leon, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Sam Smith, Paul Mccartney, AC/DC, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Drake

The Natvral & Jen Goma – “The Ballad Of Easy Rider” (Roger McGuinn Cover)

Former Pains Of Being Pure At Heart leader Kip Berman released Tethers, his debut solo album under the name the Natvral, earlier this year. Next month, he’s going on tour with Annie Hart of Au Revoir Simone. And today, he’s teaming up with frequent collaborator Jen Goma — of A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Showtime Goma, and even occasionally the Pains Of Being Pure at Heart — for a cover of Roger McGuinn and the Byrds’ “The Ballad Of Easy Rider.” Listen below.
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Gavilán Rayna Russom Quits LCD Soundsystem

Ahead of LCD Soundsystem’s 20-date residency at Brooklyn Steel starting tonight, their longtime synth player Gavilán Rayna Russom has announced that she has quit the band. Russom joined LCD Soundsystem in 2008, contributed to their 2010 album This Is Happening, and has been performing with them ever since. In a new interview with Pitchfork, Russom discusses her reasons for leaving:
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2022 Grammys: Jon Batiste, HER and Justin Bieber lead nominations

Olivia Rodrigo, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X also among those with multiple nominations in top categoriesThe highly versatile, socially conscious pianist, singer and composer Jon Batiste has topped this year’s Grammy nominations, with 10 nods.Batiste’s nominations straddle everything from the top prizes of record and album of the year, to inclusions across R&B, jazz, roots and classical categories. His score for animated film Soul, made with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Na...
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ABBA, Selena Gomez, Low, Japanese Breakfast, & Sun Ra Arkestra Among First-Time Grammy Nominees

The 2022 Grammy nominations are here and there are quite a few artists up for a Grammy award for the first time ever.
Tags: Music, News, Selena Gomez, Abba, Nico Muhly, Low, Murray, Gang Of Four, Valerie June, Japanese Breakfast, Griff, Snoh Aalegra, Bo Burnham, Olivia Rodrigo, Sun Ra Arkestra, Black Coffee

Olivia Rodrigo, Kanye West, Taylor Swift Among Grammy Nominees For Album Of The Year

We now know who will compete for the biggest prizes at this winter’s Grammys ceremony. The general field categories — otherwise known as the Big Four — are headlined by an Album Of The Year race that pits relative newcomers like Olivia Rodrigo, Doja Cat, and Lil Nas X against established stars like Taylor Swift, Kanye West, and Justin Bieber plus Grammy favorites like Billie Eilish, Jon Batiste, H.E.R., and Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett. Also: Indie-world superstar Japanese Breakfast is up for Best...
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Here Are The 2022 Grammy Nominations

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Bloc Party – “Traps”

Bloc Party haven’t released an LP since Hymns way back at the beginning of 2016, but they’re set to change that in 2022. The band will release their sixth album Alpha Games in April. It’s produced by Nick Launay and Adam Greenspan, a duo who’ve worked together on projects by Nick Cave, Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, IDLES, and more. Alpha Games is billed as a return to the high-energy post-punk sound of early releases like Silent Alarm, and lead single “Traps” certainly bears that out.
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Brian Wilson & Jim James – “Right Where I Belong”

Just a few days ago, the legendary Beach Boys sonic mastermind Brian Wilson released At My Piano, a new album that collects Wilson’s solo-piano renditions of his own classic songs. Today, Wilson has shared an altogether new song. It’s called “Right Where I Belong,” and it’s a collaboration with Jim James, the My Morning Jacket leader whose own songs certainly bear the stamp of those old angelic Beach Boys harmonies. Wilson wrote “Right Where I Belong” for the soundtrack of Long Promised Road, th...
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Album Of The Week: The Chisel Retaliation

In the 2005 movie Green Street Hooligans, Elijah Wood plays a young American who gets kicked out of college and moves in with his sister and her husband in London. Through a complicated and improbable series of events, Wood falls in with a whole crew of rowdy soccer goons. Green Street Hooligans is not what I’d call a good movie, and the vision of Frodo Baggins throwing down in boot-stomper mob fights is a deeply ridiculous one, but it’s not that hard to figure out why he’d want to be there. As ...
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The Bug & Jason Williamson – “Treetop” & “Stoat”

A couple months ago, Kevin Martin released his first new album as the Bug since 2014, the collab-heavy Fire. Today, he’s back with two new Bug tracks featuring Sleaford Mods frontman Jason Williamson. “Treetop” and “Stoat” are both sides of a single out now via Ninja Tune. Here’s the Bug on how the team-up came to be:
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Lindsey Buckingham Gives Retroactive Credit To Blinker The Star And Medicine Songwriters

Lindsey Buckingham has given retroactive songwriting credit to Blinker The Star’s Jordon Zadorozny and Medicine’s Brad Laner after accidentally plagiarizing one of their songs. Upon hearing “Swan Song,” a standout on Buckingham’s new self-titled solo album, Zadorozny noticed that it sounded remarkably similar to “Mind’s Eye,” a song that he co-wrote with Laner over 20 years ago. “It was a strange feeling of déjà vu, but a déjà vu where your hero is singing your song,” Zadorozny tells Spin.
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In Apparent Response To Astroworld Disaster, The Next Rolling Loud Festival Will Be 18+

A few weeks ago, a crowd crush at Houston’s Astroworld festival left 10 people dead and many more injured. Live Nation, the promoters behind Astroworld, also put together Rolling Loud, the massive rap festival that regularly takes place in different cities around the world. Right now, Live Nation is facing many lawsuits over Astroworld. In what seems to be a response to the Astroworld catastrophe, Live Nation has decreed that the next edition of Rolling Loud, which comes to San Bernadino next mo...
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Failure – “Submarines”

Failure, the cult-beloved ’90s alt-rock band, released three albums before breaking up in 1997. In 2014, Failure got back together, and they’re about to release their third album since that reunion — a nice symmetry for those two runs. Failure’s new LP Wild Type Droid is coming in a few weeks, and they’ve already shared first single “ .” Today, we also get to hear the new joint “Submarines.” It’s a grungy, expansive track built around a deep, riff-driven groove.
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Roger Norrington, Period Practice Pioneer, Has Conducted His Last Concert

“The 87-year-old’s farewell took place in Sage Gateshead, directing the Royal Northern Sinfonia in an all-Haydn concert that effortlessly rolled back the years. It reminded us that this is a man who has changed classical music emphatically for the better.” – The Guardian
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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – “We Are Not Alone”

Earlier this year, Nick Cave and his longtime collaborator Warren Ellis teamed up to release their album Carnage. Before the year is over, we’ll get another new LP from Cave and Ellis. Cave and Ellis have been working together on film scores since 2005, and the latest entry in their growing filmography is the new French nature documentary La Panthère Des Neiges. Cave and Ellis will release their soundtrack for the film next month. They’ve just shared “We Are Not Alone,” which is an actual song, ...
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Borderline-Störung: Wenn Liebe toxisch wird

Triggerwarnung: In diesem Artikel wird das Thema Suizid erwähnt. Im Laufe meines Lebens habe ich mich immer wieder auf bestimmte Menschen fixiert und sie idealisiert. Wie intensiv meine Gefühle dabei waren und wie unfähig ich war, sie zu kontrollieren, ist beunruhigend. Erst als bei mir im Alter von 22 Jahren eine Borderline-Persönlichkeitsstörung (BPS) diagnostiziert wurde, ergaben meinen Erfahrungen endlich einen Sinn. Bei Betroffenen wechseln sich Gefühle wie Liebe und Hass schnell ab u...
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3 Common Situations Where You Need a Family Lawyer

A parking or traffic ticket is a legal matter. So is a late-night mugging on your way home. The “defendant” in both these cases has very different situations but will still need an attorney to handle their defense. Consequently, there are plenty of legal matters in everyday situations that require you to work with a family lawyer. It is always a clever idea to know about such circumstances and why you should hire a lawyer. As a result, many households in Edmonton have already benefited from wo...
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Spotify adds a Netflix hub so you can listen to the chilling sounds of Squid Game

Spotify is the place to be if you're a fan of Netflix shows like Squid Game or Outer Banks. A dedicated hub has access to official soundtracks and playlists.
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9 Oralsex-Tipps, für die dir deine Vulva dankbar sein wird

Vor ein paar Jahren veröffentlichte das Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality , die niemanden wirklich schockierte: Es stellt sich raus, dass Frauen ihre Partner:innen deutlich häufiger oral befriedigen als Männer. Manche nennen das den „Oral Sex Gap“ (z. Dt.: „Oralsex-Lücke“) – aber ganz egal, wie du es nennen willst: Tatsache ist, dass Frauen (zumindest die, die mit Männern Sex haben) seltener oral verwöhnt werden, weil Männer a) es seltener anbieten und b) Frauen seltener darum bitten. Einige...
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Eels – “The Magic”

Early next year, Mark Oliver Everett’s prolific and long-running Eels project will release Extreme Witchcraft the band’d fourteenth album. The group recorded the LP with John Parish, the PJ Harvey associate who last worked with them on 2001’s Souljacker. Thus far, Eels have shared the early singles “Good Night On Earth” and “Steam Engine.” This morning, they’ve shared a third.
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Crazy Frog returns, like it or not: ‘There will always be a place for novelty songs’

With genitalia proudly exposed, the amphibian raced up the charts in 2005 and irritated much of the UK. Why has it been allowed a second chance? Its handler explains himselfFor a few months in 2005, you couldn’t move without encountering Crazy Frog. First sold as a ringtone, his nonsensical catchphrase, “Rring ding ding ding baa baa”, entered the national vocabulary. Then it became the most popular – and divisive – single of 2005, coupled with a CGI video of an explicitly naked frog on the lam i...
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Adele’s 30 Is America’s Best-Selling Album Of 2021 After Only Three Days

People sure do like Adele. It’s really something. The British singer can disappear for years at a time and then return with another album that sounds like virtually nothing else that’s happening in pop music. And then right away, she eclipses everyone else. In an era when streaming has come to define the music business, people actually buy Adele’s albums. This past Friday, Adele released her long-awaited new LP 30. Within three days, 30 had already become America’s biggest-selling album of 2021....
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Legendary DJ John Peel Makes a List of His 20 Favorite Albums

Image by Zetkin, via Wikimedia Commons Before there were influencers, there was John Peel. The BBC radio DJ and journeyman music writer’s tastes helped define listening habits for generations — from his early championing of Pink Floyd and Captain Beefheart to his early championing of The Smiths and Nirvana, to… well, most everything he played, wrote about and recorded in his legendary John Peel sessions from the 1960s until his death in 2004. For someone with such influence, Peel had a singular...
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Adele’s 30 becomes biggest-selling album of 2021 in US after three days

Album also outselling rest of UK Top 40 combined, while Taylor Swift’s All Too Well (Taylor’s Version) becomes longest song to reach US No 1Adele’s 30 is already the biggest-selling album of the year in the US, just three days after it went on sale.Using a metric that combines sales of vinyl, CDs and downloads alongside streaming, 30 has sold over 575,000 copies. Adele has overtaken the previous highest seller Taylor Swift, whose December 2020 album Evermore has sold 462,000 copies this year. Co...
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5 Tips To Strengthen Your Long-Distance Bonding This Holiday Season

Making a long-distance relationship work takes a lot of effort. You have to keep the spark alive despite the lack of physical connection and intimacy. It can take a toll on your bonding, even more, when the holidays are around. You miss your partner when you see other couples having a good time together. But you can still do your bit to keep your bond strong through the season and throughout the year. Love gives enough motivation, and some creative ideas help. Here are the ones that can keep y...
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