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Where to Find the Best Music to Tune Out to While You Work

Having the right soundtrack is key to getting stuff done, but it can be tough to find the balance between jams that lull you to sleep and earworms that distract you with their catchy choruses.Read more...
Tags: Music, Science, Audio, Working, Background Music, Background Audio


Teenage Sister of Reality Star Betty Idol Fatally Shot in the Head, Police Believe it Was an Accident But Family Wants Justice: “Being Shot in the Head is NO ACCIDENT”

The teenage sister of reality star Betty Idol was tragically shot and killed, and now the family wants more answers and are demanding the police to investigate further. 17-year-old Giselle Rengifo was shot in the back of the head last Monday (May 18) while at a Miami Airbnb with friends. Police arrived at the scene on Monday night to find Rengifo’s lifeless body on the floor and observed a black handgun on a desk near the front entrance. Michael McGowan, also 17, was arrested and charged with ma...
Tags: Celebs, Crime, Pop Culture, Jazz, Miami, Gun Violence, McGowan, Idol, Betty Idol, Miami Police, Michael McGowan, Rengifo, Giselle Rengifo, Miami Airbnb, PDT Police, Catherine Rengifo


Komplex – “Prestigious” (Mixtape Review)

Cleveland Ohio artist Komplex releases a new album called “Prestigious“.At 1st sight the art work looked like something Bob Ross would paint  I was intrigued couldn’t wait to play it. Many great artist & groups have came from Cleveland Ohio like Bone Thugs & Harmony, Kid Cudi so we know the atmosphere creates stars.  The tape begins with a song called “Prestigious” with a classic sonic vibration, you can almost visually see what Komplex is saying it melts right in as he explains how he fee...
Tags: Reviews, Moon, Jazz, CLEVELAND Ohio, Bob Ross, Komplex


Von grünem Tee bis Sex: Diese Hausmittel können Allergiesymptome lindern

Allergien sind kein Zuckerschlecken. Sie sind absolut nervig und versauen uns die ohnehin schon durch Corona getrübten Stunden, die wir außerhalb der Wohnung verbringen. Sie zerstören jeden Spaziergang und jedes Picknick im Grünen. Sie machen jeden Einkauf noch lästiger, denn dank der Maske gestaltet sich das Naseputzen natürlich auch eher schwierig – und in die juckenden Augen fassen sollten wir uns draußen natürlich auch nicht. Dazu kommt, dass Allergietabletten und Nasensprays bei v...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Sinn, Aber, Weil, Wasser, Menge, Honig, Studie, Bier, Wein, Wodka, Trink, Michael Benninger, Alkohol, Abgesehen


Videos Show White Lady in Wheelchair Attacked After Allegedly Stabbing Black Looters at Target in Minneapolis

A knife-wielding vigilante in a wheelchair trying to save a Minneapolis Target from looters amid protests over the death of George Floyd was attacked after she was seen on video “stabbing people”—particularly Black people, according to eyewitnesses and social media reports. Protests erupted in Minneapolis Tuesday and Wednesday after citizen video surfaced of now-former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin pinning Floyd down with his knee pressed against his neck while the man was in custody. F...
Tags: Videos, News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Snapchat, Fbi, Protests, Viral Videos, Jazz, BLM, Target, Ricardo Lopez, Minneapolis Star Tribune, Floyd, Jennifer, Lake Street


Racist Sean Baker Sr. Calls George Floyd “Piece of Sh*t,” Says Death Was “Glorious to Watch”

While many people have expressed outrage over the death of George Floyd caused by former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin, one man is going viral for a racist comment he posted on Facebook about the tragedy saying that it was “glorious to watch.” Early Tuesday morning (May 26), footage surfaced showing Floyd being apprehended by Minneapolis police officers outside a deli for suspected forgery. In the nearly 10-minute video, Chauvin can be seen kneeling on Floyd’s neck at the side of a squad car whi...
Tags: Facebook, Wtf, Minnesota, Guantanamo, Minneapolis, Social Media, Army, Pop Culture, Jazz, Baker, Floyd, Lexington Kentucky, Really, Chauvin, That's Racist, Powell County High School


Stream Lady Gaga’s New Album Chromatica

Lady Gaga has released her new album, Chromatica. It's the proper follow-up to 2016's Joanne, and since then Gaga's star has risen once again thanks to her involvement in A Star Is Born, the movie which netted her a few new Grammys, an Oscar win for Best Original Song, and an … More »
Tags: Music, Lady Gaga, Album Stream, Joanne, Stream Lady Gaga


Widowspeak – “Breadwinner”

Last we heard from Widowspeak, they were covering Neil Young in the wake of their 2017 album Expect The Best. Today the earthy yet celestial Brooklyn band is back with "Breadwinner," their first new song in three years. On Twitter, they explain that "it is a song about work. and there … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Neil Young, Brooklyn, Widowspeak


Aminé – “Riri”

A few months back, the Portland rapper Aminé released "Shimmy," his first new track in a little while. His last big project was 2018's ONEPOINTFIVE, a mixtape-type thing that followed up his impressive 2017 debut Good For You. He spent last year putting out a few stray tracks, including … More »
Tags: Music, Amine, Portland, Jak Knight


Real Estate – “Name” (Goo Goo Dolls Cover)

If your song was on MTV in the fall of 1995, I thought it was cool by default. I had just entered sixth grade, and after years of being restricted to VH1 only, my parents were now allowing me to watch the edgier Music Television as well. Thus, my routine upon returning home from school … More »
Tags: Music, Real Estate, Mtv, Goo Goo Dolls, Music Television


“Make Whites Great Again” Trends on Twitter Following George Floyd’s Death by Minneapolis Police

“Make Whites Great Again” is trending on Twitter following the death of George Floyd at the hands (or knees) of a Minneapolis police officer. The phrase, a play off of President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan, was a worldwide trending topic early Wednesday morning (May 27), just one day after video footage of Floyd’s fatal encounter with police went viral. Overnight, a photo had surfaced of a white man wearing a red hat with the words “Make Whites Great Again” apparently stitch...
Tags: Twitter, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Social Media, Racism, Pop Culture, Jazz, Donald Trump, Trending Topics, Trump, Minneapolis Police, Floyd, Minneapolis Police Department, Jonathan Lee Riches, Racial Injustice, Chauvin


Stream The Soft Pink Truth’s Crust Punk Covers Album Am I Free To Go?

For more than 20 years, Drew Daniel has been making playful and conceptual dance music as one half of the Baltimore-based duo Matmos. Ever since 2003, Daniel has also been making playful and conceptual dance music on his own under the name the Soft Pink Truth. Just a few weeks ago, Daniel released More »
Tags: Music, Nausea, Doom, Baltimore, Album Stream, Daniel, Matmos, Discharge, Drew Daniel, Skitsystem, Aus-Rotten, The Soft Pink Truth, Soft Pink Truth, Matmos Ever, Soft Pink Truth Just


Protomartyr – “Michigan Hammers”

Protomartyr are returning this summer with the slightly delayed new album Ultimate Success Today. We've already heard "Processed By The Boys" and "Worm In Heaven." And now the wordy Detroit post-punkers are back with another new song, a four-minute gathering storm called "Michigan Hammers." … More »
Tags: Music, Michigan, Detroit, Protomartyr, Yoonha Park


Watch Kacey Musgraves & Lil Nas X Sing Sesame Street Classics On Elmo’s New Talk Show

HBO has just fired up its long-promised HBO Max streaming service. The service has a few new exclusive originals, including The Not-Too-Late Show With Elmo, a Sesame Street spinoff in which the beloved-among-children squeaky-voiced red monster toddler gets his own talk show. The whole thing seems to be a sort of parody of the classic … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Hbo, Kacey Musgraves, Sesame Street, Elmo, Lil Nas X, HBO Max


Primavera Sound Announces Initial 2021 Lineup

Barcelona's Primavera Sound, arguably the best music festival in the world, had assembled a typically astounding lineup for 2020 before COVID came calling. But like pretty much every large public gathering in the world, Primavera 2020 was cancelled, pushing back the fest's 20th anniversary celebration to its 21st year. Now, about … More »
Tags: Music, News, Barcelona, Primavera Sound Festival, Primavera Sound


Katie Crutchfield Performing Each Waxahatchee Album In Weekly Ticketed Livestreams

For a while there, Katie Crutchfield was hopping on Instagram Live with Kevin Morby on a weekly basis, covering songs and playing her own music, with a focus on tracks from her recently-released classic Saint Cloud. Their last stream was at the end of April, though, and today Crutchfield … More »
Tags: Music, News, Kevin Morby, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield


CARM – “Already Gone” (Feat. Yo La Tengo’s Georgia Hubley & Ira Kaplan)

CJ Camerieri, co-founder of the contemporary classical ensemble yMusic and the trumpet/French horn ringer who's worked with people like Bon Iver, Paul Simon, the National, Sufjan Stevens, John Legend, and the Tallest Man on Earth, has signed to 37d03d Records, an offshoot of Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner's artist collective of the same name. Oh, … More »
Tags: Music, Earth, Yo La Tengo, Justin Vernon, Aaron Dessner, Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley, Carm, CJ Camerieri, Bon Iver Paul Simon, Sufjan Stevens John Legend


Black Woman Who Miscarried After Cops Stomped on Her Stomach During Traffic Stop Sues California Police Department

A black woman is suing the California city of San Leandro and several officers of its police department claiming that a cop stomped on her stomach during a traffic stop which caused a miscarriage. In a federal lawsuit filed on Monday (May 25), Emerald Black says that she was “visibly pregnant” and wearing hospital clothes when cops yanked her from her passenger seat and forced her to the ground during a June 2019 traffic stop. Black and her fiancé were pulled over due to expired registration tag...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, California, Lawsuits, Jazz, Police Brutality, Black, Floyd, San Leandro, Miscarriages, California Police Department, George Floyd, Emerald Black, Ms Black, Patrick Buelna


Coachella Appears To Be Rescheduling For 2021

Back in March, shortly after the coronavirus pandemic started to make its impact on American life, Coachella promoters Goldenvoice rescheduled the festival. Coachella, originally set to take place over two weekends in April, would still happen, but it would happen in October instead. Goldenvoice announced that the tickets for the April … More »
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Orville Peck – “No Glory In The West”

The masked country singer Orville Peck has announced that he's releasing a new EP called Show Pony in a couple weeks, the follow-up to last year's debut album Pony. The EP contains six new tracks, one of them a collaboration with Shania Twain called "Legends Never Die." He shared "Summertime" from it last … More »
Tags: Music, Shania Twain, Orville Peck


Bad Moves – “Cape Henlopen”

Bad Moves are a punky indie-pop band from Washington, DC, and they released an extremely fun debut album called Tell No One a couple of years ago. This summer, they'll follow it up with the darker-but-still-fun new LP Untenable, which they recorded with Hop Along guitarist Joe Reinhart on board as producer. We've … More »
Tags: Music, Washington Dc, Joe Reinhart, Bad Moves


Grimes Is Selling A Piece Of Her Soul

Grimes is selling her soul. Literally. Starting today, Bloomberg reports, she's exhibiting her first fine art show online on Gallery Platform Los Angeles (5/28-6/3) and Maccarone Los Angeles (5/28-8/31). The show is called Selling Out. And included in it is a work also titled Selling Out: a legal document … More »
Tags: Music, News, Bloomberg, Grimes, Gallery Platform Los Angeles, Maccarone Los Angeles


Facebook launches Collab, a mix-and-match app for making collaborative music videos

Facebook’s internal R&D group, NPE Team, is rolling out yet another new app today called Collab after having just launched a new group audio calling app, CatchUp, on Tuesday. With Collab, the focus has now returned to video, and specifically, the concept of watching, mixing, and matching original videos together, beginning with music. In Collab, creators can either record their own musical arrangement or swipe to discover arrangements to build a composition, or a “collab.” While there are some e...
Tags: Travel, Social, Facebook, Apps, Spotify, Video, Music, Digital, Social Media, Ios Apps, Collaboration, Musicians, Collab, NPE Team, Instagram Facebook Stories, TikTok Dubsmash Triller


Hundreds of Police Officers Guard Home of Killer Cop Derek Chauvin to Protect Him From Protesters

We previously reported that on Tuesday evening (May 26), protesters had located the home of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer directly responsible for the death of George Floyd, who passed away because Chauvin was kneeling on his neck while arresting him for a suspected “forgery in progress.” Now, photos and video footage have surfaced showing what appears to be hundreds of Oakdale police officers guarding Chauvin’s suburban home. “Look how many f***ing people are defending th...
Tags: Photos, Videos, News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Police, Protests, Jazz, Protesters, Trending, Floyd, Oakdale, Oakdale Minnesota, Oakdale Police Department, Chauvin, George Floyd


Protesters Surround Home of Former Minneapolis Cop Derek Chauvin After George Floyd’s Death (VIDEO)

As more information emerges about the police officers involved with the death of George Floyd, video footage has surfaced showing protesters surrounding the home of former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin—who, along with three other cops, was fired Tuesday for his direct involvement in Floyd’s death. Chauvin was caught on video Monday (May 25) with his knee on the back of Floyd’s neck while he attempted to arrest the man for suspected forgery—a non-violent crime that implies he tried to use for...
Tags: Videos, Facebook, News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Jazz, Protesters, Nwa, Don, Floyd, Brooklyn Park, Oakdale, Minneapolis Police Department, Chauvin, George Floyd, Derek Chauvin


It Was All A Lie: Surveillance Video Proves George Floyd Did NOT Resist Arrest Before Fatal Police Encounter

After former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin was caught on video pinning George Floyd to the ground with his knee on the back of his neck, which resulted in the man’s death, police officials said Chauvin had to use force because Floyd was resisting arrest. However, as it turns out … and (per usual) this may or may not surprise you … that was a whole, entire bald-faced lie. According to newly released surveillance footage, Floyd appeared to be fully cooperating with police as they detained and hand...
Tags: Videos, News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Fbi, Jazz, George, Floyd, MPD, Jacob Frey, Hennepin County Medical Center, Chauvin, Surveillance Video, George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, It Was All A Lie


Philadelphia Orchestra Creates Special In-House Music Channel For UPenn Hospitals

“Patients and health-care workers at Penn Medicine’s six sites can now access a service that brings them archived performance videos of the Philadelphia Orchestra. … New performances will be added each week, and orchestra leaders hope to expand the pilot program to other health systems.” Says one hospital’s CEO, “Patients have given us feedback that they are utilizing it, that they find it helpful, and that they find it comforting.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer
Tags: Art, Music, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Orchestra, Penn Medicine, 05.27.20, House Music Channel For UPenn Hospitals


Muzz – “Knuckleduster”

Muzz, Interpol frontman Paul Banks' new side-project supergroup with Bonny Light Horseman's Josh Kaufman and former Walkmen drummer Matt Barrick, are about to release their self-titled debut album. They've already shared the singles "Bad Feeling," "Broken Tambourine," and "Red Western Sky" and debuted a remote live-acoustic version of "More »
Tags: Music, Interpol, Josh Kaufman, Paul Banks, Matt Barrick, Muzz, Bonny Light Horseman, Muzz Interpol


Where to Find the Best Music to Tune Out While You Work

Having the right soundtrack is key to getting stuff done, but it can be tough to find the balance between jams that lull you to sleep and earworms that distract you with their catchy choruses.Read more...
Tags: Music, Science, Audio, Working, Background Music, Background Audio



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