Julie Doiron – “Thought Of You”

This week, Montreal singer/songwriter Julie Doiron will drop I Thought Of You, her first solo album since 2012’s So Many Days. Back in September, Doiron came out swinging with “You Gave Me The Key,” and now we get to hear the twanging title track: “Thought Of You.”
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Someone Made A Lars Ulrich Toilet

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Years & Years & Galantis – “Sweet Talker”

At the very beginning of next year, Olly Alexander is releasing a new Years & Years album, Night Call, the follow-up to 2018’s Palo Santo. We’ve heard “Starstruck” and “Crave” from it so far, and today Alexander is sharing a third single, “Sweet Talker,” a collaboration with the production team Galantis. Check it out below.
Tags: Music, New Music, Years And Years, Alexander, Olly Alexander, Galantis, Palo Santo

This Virtuoso Horn Player Works The Valves With His Left Foot

Felix Klieser, 30, was born without arms. Even so, he graduated from a German conservatory and made a recording at age 22 that won him an ECHO Klassik prize. His fifth CD came out in March, and he’s currently the Bournemouth Symphony’s artist in residence. – BBC Music Magazine
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Mit dieser DIY-Klopftechnik wirst du negative Gedanken & Emotionen los

Du willst deine negativen Gedanken und Emotionen loswerden? Die richtige Technik zu finden, kann bei all den Angeboten, die es so gibt, ganz schön schwierig sein. Außerdem kann es sehr lange dauern, bis du endlich das findest, was auch tatsächlich für dich funktioniert. Es gibt viele großartige Selbsthilfe-Praktiken – von Meditation bis hin zu Sport –, die sehr hilfreich sein können, vor allem dann, wenn Therapie aus welchen Gründen auch immer keine Option ist. Nicht jede Technik ist aber für je...
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Thyla – “Flush”

In the new year, Brighton Band To Watch Thyla will share their debut self-titled album. We’ve heard “Gum” and “3,” and now we’re getting another monosyllabic single: “Flush.”
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African Diaspora Music Project Collects 1,200 Symphonies By Black Composers

Louise Toppin is on a mission to recalibrate who, what, and how we program our concert seasons to enable a more equitable representation of music from composers of African descent. She is seeking a sustained and systemic cultural shift. – Classical Voice North America
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Jazz Virtuoso Oscar Peterson Gives Dick Cavett a Dazzling Piano Lesson (1979)

Duke Ellington once called Oscar Peterson the “Maharaja of the Keyboard” for his virtuosity and ability to play any style with seeming ease, a skill he first began to learn as a classically trained child prodigy. Peterson was introduced to Bach and Beethoven by his musician father and older sister Daisy, then drilled in rigorous finger exercises and given six hours a day of practice by his teacher, Hungarian pianist Paul de Marky. “I only first really heard jazz somewhere between the age...
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We’ve Got A File On You: Melanie C

It’s impossible to overstate just how important the Spice Girls were to pop music in the 1990s. The UK quintet’s 1996 debut album, Spice — which recently turned 25 years old, commemorated with a deluxe reissue called SPICE25 — went multi-platinum in 27 countries and sold 19 million copies in one year, making it one of the best-selling albums of all time. The Spice Girls were so monumental, their collective charisma so magnetic, it’s easy to forget that Melanie Brown (“Scary Spice”), Melanie Chis...
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Watch Mastodon Perform “Teardrinker” On Seth Meyers

“Pushing The Tides,” the lead single from Mastodon’s latest album Hushed And Grim, just picked up a Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance. (Hushed And Grim won’t be eligible ’til next year, though the band has a good track record at the awards show.) And this week the band appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers to perform another song from that album, “Teardrinker.” Watch below.
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The Wrens’ Kevin Whelan & Charles Bissell Trade Blows In New Interview About Breakup

Kevin Whelan, formerly of the Wrens, is releasing Observatory, his debut album as Aeon Station, next month on Sub Pop. Notoriously, half of the album was originally recorded for inclusion on the next Wrens album, the long-awaited follow-up to 2003’s widely beloved The Meadowlands, which was also supposed to be released by Sub Pop. But due to a falling out with Wrens bandmate Charles Bissell — who has been tinkering with the new Wrens music for more than a decade, and who was seeking more robust ...
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Grammys CEO Addresses Marilyn Manson, Louis CK Nominations: “We Won’t Look Back At People’s History”

Yesterday, the Recording Academy unveiled the nominations for next year’s Grammys. They were weird, in the way that Grammy nominations are always weird. ABBA and Sun Ra Arkestra were nominated for the first time ever. Taylor Swift and Kanye West are up against each other for Album Of The Year. Late Show bandleader Jon Batiste somehow led the field with 11 nominations. But people noted two nominees in particular: Marilyn Manson and Louis CK.
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Wieso es grandios ist, an Weihnachten Single zu sein

Weihnachten kann eine hochemotionale Zeit sein. Viele von uns nutzen sie, um einen kritischen Blick auf das eigene Leben zu werfen – auf die Karriere, die Beziehungen, die Familie. Die Feiertage können ein echtes Fest der Freude, manchmal aber auch eine ganz schöne Herausforderung sein. Und das gilt angeblich insbesondere für alle Singles unter uns. Während wir dem Geburtstag von Gottes Sohn immer näher kommen, bist du dir deinem Beziehungsstatus gerade vielleicht bewusster als während d...
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Wie du deine Locken blondierst, ohne ihnen zu schaden

Es dauerte fast ein Jahrzehnt, bis ich mich von meinem Glätteisen trennte – und weitere zehn Monate, bis meine dunkelbraunen Locken endlich wieder gesund aussahen. Als ich also zu Beginn dieses Jahres mit der Idee spielte, komplett zu erblonden, waren sich meine engsten Freund:innen sicher, dass das meine bisher schlimmste Haarentscheidung sein würde. Nachdem ich aber schon jahrelang karamellfarbige Looks à la Solange, Zoë Kravitz und Jasmine Sanders bewundert hatte, recherchierte ich selb...
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Watch LCD Soundsystem Cover Spacemen 3 & Joy Division At Their First Show In Three Years

A little while ago, LCD Soundsystem announced plans to play a 20-show residency at Brooklyn Steel — not a small venue by most standards, but a small one by theirs. The first of those Brooklyn Steel shows went down last night, shortly after keyboardist Gavilán Rayna Russom announced that she was leaving the band amicably. The band didn’t play any new songs last night, but they did bust out a few tracks they haven’t played in a while and a couple of covers, including one that they’ve never done be...
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Stream Andrew Scott Young, Ryan Jewell, & Ryley Walker’s New Album Post Wook

Thus far in 2021, the bugged-out guitar wizard and entertaining online personality Ryley Walker has released one album of his own, the impressive Course In Fable, and he’s teamed up with improv legend David Grubbs for the collaborative LP A Tap On The Shoulder. Walker has also opened for Dinosaur Jr. on tour, which must’ve been pretty cool. And today, Walker has dropped a whole new album out of the blue.
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The Number Ones: Roxette’s “Joyride”

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.
Tags: Music, Roxette, Marie Fredriksson, The Number Ones, Clarence Öfwerman, Per Gessle

Der „Jennifer-Lawrence-Effekt“ & Hollywoods absurde Erwartungen an Frauen

Jennifer Lawrence ist wieder da. Die Oscar-Gewinnerin, die einst Hollywoods selbstironisches Kronjuwel war, ist in den vergangenen Jahren ein bisschen in der Versenkung verschwunden. Jetzt tritt sie langsam zurück ins Rampenlicht – angefangen mit ihrem neuen Film Don’t Look Up. Und im ersten großen Interview seit ihrem bewussten Rückzug aus der Öffentlichkeit wird klar: Die Last der öffentlichen Meinung hat ganz schön an Lawrences Selbstbewusstsein gekratzt. „Ich glaube, alle hatten mic...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Lawrence, Flynn, Sullivan, Wie, Aber, Jahren, Zeit, Frau, Stempel, Leben, Steine, Wahl

Suhr Members Emporium :: RE: [WTB] Suhr Reb Beach model Koa

Author: Shreddyknight Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2021 1:56 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 1 Been a long time. I have one but looking for another one.
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‘It’s repulsive to me’: the bitter feud of indie-rockers the Wrens

Their 2003 album The Meadowlands earned them adulation, but a long-promised followup never arrived. Now their frontman is back as Aeon Station – and his former co-writer is very unhappy…Before taking flight as indie-rock heartbreakers the Wrens, Kevin Whelan and Charles Bissell were an awkward, prickly pair who met at a graduation party in an abandoned house. “I never had any friends or girlfriends,” the affable Whelan, 51, says with a self-effacing laugh from the New Jersey home he shares with ...
Tags: Music, New York, Music Industry, Culture, Pop and rock, New Jersey, Indie, Whelan, Bissell, Charles Bissell, Kevin Whelan

The Secrets of Beethoven’s Fifth, the World’s Most Famous Symphony

Revered by music lovers of temperaments as varied as Peanuts’ Schroeder and A Clockwork Orange’s Alex, Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most celebrated composers in the Western classical music canon. Symphony No. 5 in C minor is surely one of his most recognized, and frequently performed works, thanks in large part to its dramatic opening motif — dun-dun-dun-DAH! Music educator Hanako Sawada’s entertaining TED-Ed lesson, animated by Yael Reisfeld above, delves into the story behind thi...
Tags: Facebook, Music, College, Animation, K-12, Beethoven, TED Talks, Schroeder, Clockwork Orange, Ayun Halliday, Alex Ludwig van Beethoven, Hanako Sawada, Yael Reisfeld

Kantai Collection’s Suzuya Polishes Multiple Guns at Once in Sex Animation

Kantai Collection, one of the first titles to popularize the whole “collect tons of girls through gacha” premise, is still holding strong as a dedicated fan has made use of MikuMikuDance to produce an erotic creation starring Suzuya, the ship girl being assaulted by multiple “guns” at once and sure to intrigue those who enjoy […]
Tags: Games, Music, Parody, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Kantai Collection, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, MikuMikuDance, Suzuya

Readers review Adele’s 30: ‘so powerful’ or a ‘depressive black hole’?

It’s the biggest album of the year – and Guardian readers are split on whether Adele’s latest magnum mope-us is raw or overdoneIt’s so upfront and honest. You know exactly the story she’s telling, and even if you haven’t experienced divorce yourself, you feel every word of it. Her voice is sounding better than it’s ever done, using so much more of her range – just listen to Love is A Game. Gone are the lofty metaphors that hint at heartbreak, replaced with extremely raw and naked lyrics that wel...
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Representationalism as Certainty

Evidently this has been making the rounds: Rittenhouse When I look at this image, I see a concept made perfectly transparent and rendered powerfully with a high degree of technical and aesthetic skill alike. I see a devastating and pessimistic statement made pleasing to look at. Like a "beautiful" but "sad" piece of music, this makes for a particulary powerful combination. All of this is familiar, though it is not to be taken for granted. It is unusual to find the technical skill and the powe...
Tags: Politics, Current Events, Jazz, Abstraction, McLuhan, Political Art, Stefan Kac, Maturity, Representation, Aesthetics

IdolMaster: Starlit Season DLC Has Even More Idols for Nude Mods

An assortment of new items, stages, and content is being made available to idol-raising simulator IdolMaster: Starlit Season via some new DLC, perhaps most important however is the inclusion of three new idols: Kaede Takagaki, Kotoha Tanaka, and Mamimi Tanaka, as modders are probably excited to make them nude. All the new DLC that producers […]
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