Hear the Brazilian Metal Band Singing in–and Trying to Save–Their Native Language of Tupi-Guarani

The indigenous languages spoken in Brazil number around 170, a testament to the survival of tribal communities nearly wiped out by colonialism and commerce. Yet 40 of those languages have fewer than 100 speakers, and many more are declining rapidly. For linguists, “it’s a fight against time,” Luisi Destri writes at Pesquisa. Researchers estimate most, if not all, of these languages could disappear within 50 to 100 years, and some believe 30 percent might fade in the next 15 years. “Knowl...
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Julz Sale Of Delta 5 Has Died

Julz Sale, singing and guitarist for British post-punk band the Delta 5, has died, as Variety reports. Sale’s age and the cause of her death have not been reported.
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Die besten Rasierer für den Intimbereich – empfohlen von Porno-Stars

Klar: Wann immer du in der rutschig-nassen Dusche mit einem scharfen Rasierer rumhantierst, musst du vorsichtig sein. Wenn du mit dieser Klinge aber unterhalb der Gürtellinie weiterwanderst, ist extreme Vorsichtig angesagt. Das ist eine Körperzone, in der sich kleine Schnitte und Kratzer besonders gemein anfühlen können, und wo vor allem krauses Haar besonders gern einwächst.  Lasst uns mal kurz überlegen: Welche Menschen könnten sich am besten mit der Schamhaarentfernung auskennen? Sprich: Wer...
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The Number Ones: New Kids On The Block’s “Step By Step”

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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Coldplay & BTS – “My Universe”

Coldplay’s whole schtick for their new album Music Of The Spheres is the universe, so perhaps it makes some sort of cosmic sense that Chris Martin and co. would seek out Earth-famous superstars BTS to collaborate on a song for it. Today, the two groups have collided for a new track called “My Universe.” It was produced by Max Martin and co-written by Coldplay and BTS.
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Hear New Covers By Angel Olsen, S. Carey, & More On Jagjaguwar’s Join The Ritual Compilation

The esteemed big-indie label Jagjaguwar has spent all year celebrating its 25th anniversary with various projects, including ambitious and esoteric projects like Dilate Your Heart and This Is A Mindfulness Drill. Today, they’re releasing a covers compilation called Join The Ritual, which features some Jagjaguwar artists and friends covering bands that inspired label founder Darius Van Arman and partner Chris Swanson to get into the music business in the first place. We’ve heard Bruce Hornsby cov...
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Riccardo Muti Extends Chicago Symphony Contract For One More Season

His term as music director was set to expire next summer, but with the pandemic having shut down CSO concerts for the period when guest conductors would have auditioned to succeed him, Muti will stay on until August of 2023. – AP
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Stream POP. 1280’s New Album Museum On The Horizon

New York post-punk band POP. 1280, an early Stereogum Band To Watch, are releasing their new album Museum On The Horizon tomorrow. We’ve already heard early tracks “Noncompliant,” “Not Too Deep,” and “Brennschluss.” Today, the album is streaming in full a day early, so you can hear plenty more of their intense, synth-streaked industrial punk below.
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Givēon – “For Tonight”

The Long Beach R&B singer Givēon has had a fast rise in the last couple of years, thanks to a couple of prominent Drake collaborations and an appearance on Justin Bieber’s chart-topping single “Peaches.” But Givēon’s music is a whole lot more low-key than his resume implies. Givēon released two EPs last year, and Epic recently compiled them into the new album-length release When It’s All Said And Done… Take Time; Stereogum’s Chris DeVille had some nice things to say about it. Today, Givēon follo...
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Boy Scouts – “A Lot To Ask”

Boy Scouts, the project of Oakland musician Taylor Vick, is releasing the new album Wayfinder next week. Its title was inspired by Sallie Tisdale’s book Advice For Future Corpses (And Those Who Love Them): A Practical Perspective On Death And Dying, which led Vick to reflect on her relationship with music. “For my whole life, music has been a crucial part of my identity and how I relate to the world,” she says. “The act of making music has been my wayfinder during the past year.”
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Watch Jason Isbell Make Trevor Noah Uncomfortable On The Daily Show

These days, country-rock superstar Jason Isbell is everywhere. He’s talking vaccines with Dr. Fauci. He’s playing himself on Billions. He’s coming out with a benefit covers album. The man seems to truly enjoy being famous, and he’s good at it, too. Isbell has been on Trevor Noah’s Daily Show a few times; he was last on a year ago, talking about COVID-19 stuff. Last night, Isbell was back on the show, and he was there to be funny.
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Mandy, Indiana – “Bottle Episode”

Mandy, Indiana used to be called Gary, Indiana, a reference to the depressed Chicago-area town that gave us the Jackson family and Freddie Gibbs. Both the Mandy and Gary versions of the name are delightful to me, as is the noise-bombed, dancefloor-ready industrial post-punk found on the group’s new … EP.
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Guns N’ Roses – “Hard Skool”

Guns N’ Roses long-awaited comeback album Chinese Democracy came out about 13 years ago, and it’s not the kind of record that inspires most GN’R fans to go into nostalgic reveries. But lately, Guns N’ Roses have been revisiting the songs that the band wrote during that Chinese Democracy era, and now they’ve gone back to those Chinese Democracy sessions and released a couple of songs — their first in 13 years.
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Run The Jewels Release Deluxe RTJ4 Including An “Ooh LA LA” Remix With Lil Wayne

Run The Jewels are back with a deluxe edition of last year’s awesome RTJ4, headlined by a new remix of “Ooh LA LA” featuring none other than Lil Wayne. The set also features remixes by What So Not and Royal Blood and “No Save Point” from the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack, as well as instrumental versions of all 11 album tracks. Dig into all that music below; we’ve gone ahead and isolated the Lil Wayne remix for you, followed by the full deluxe RTJ4 experience.
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Plastic Surgery Nightmare: Supermodel Linda Evangelista Says She’s Been ‘Brutally Disfigured’ By CoolSculpting Procedure, Files Lawsuit

Source: David Giles – PA Images / Getty Iconic supermodel Linda Evangelista, who dominated catwalks in the 90s, made a and startling revelation on Instagram this week. 56-year-old Linda penned a letter to fan sharing that she underwent a CoolSculpting fat-reduction procedure five years ago that she says left her “permanently deformed.” “To my followers who have wondered why I have not been working while my peers’ careers have been thriving, the reason is that I was brutally disfigured by Zeltiq...
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Janelle Monáe – “Say Her Name (Hell You Talmbout)”

Ahead of International Daughter’s Day on Sunday, Janelle Monáe has released the new single “Say Her Name (Hell You Talmbout)” in collaboration with the African American Policy Forum’s #SayHerName Mothers Network, a community of mothers and family members of Black women, girls, and femmes killed by police. A follow-up to “Hell You Talmbout,” the protest chant that Monáe performed at the 2017 Women’s March in Washington DC, the 17-minute “Say Her Name (Hell You Talmbout)” features Black artists an...
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New mathematical paper shows songs spread like viruses

How do earworms propagate? A study published this week in the Royal Society uses models from epidemiology to track the spread of music. The researchers use "data from MixRadio, comprising song downloads through Nokia cell phones in Great Britain from 2007 to 2014." — Read the rest
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21 Savage Surrenders To Police On What His Lawyer Says Are ICE-Related Charges

During Super Bowl weekend in 2019, ICE agents arrested 21 Savage in Atlanta. Savage, whose real name is Shayaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was born in the UK, and he came to Atlanta with his family as a child. Savage’s lawyers claimed that he’d applied for a new visa in 2017 and that the process was ongoing. He was released on bond nine days after his arrest. Yesterday, Savage turned himself into authorities on charges of drug and weapon possession stemming from that 2019 arrest, and he was released on ...
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Radiohead’s Eerie Video For Kid Amnesiae Single “If You Say The Word” Is Here

Radiohead will soon celebrate the 20th anniversaries of fraternal twin masterpieces Kid A and Amnesiac with a deluxe reissue titled KID A MNESIA. The package includes both albums plus Kid Amnesiae, a disc of newly unearthed recordings from those sessions. (Sadly, the only version of this reissue that also includes the era’s many iconic B-sides is Kid Amnesiette, the double-cassette format.)
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Haus im Horoskop: Was bedeutet das eigentlich?

Jede:r Astrologie-Anfänger:in kennt das Gefühl: Du öffnest dein Horoskop, ohne dir groß was dabei zu denken, und erwartest, darin kleine Indizien für die bevorstehenden Tage zu erfahren – und dann stolpert dein Hirn plötzlich über einen Satz: „Neptun wird im zehnten Haus deiner Karriere rückläufig.“ Äh, hallo, Error, Sekunde mal. Was genau sind denn diese Häuser, von denen dein Horoskop dauernd quatscht? Keine Panik: Die 12 Häuser des Tierkreises sind zwar etwas komplexer zu verstehen als beisp...
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Aimee Mann – “Burn It Out”

Aimee Mann announced the release of her new album Queens Of The Summer Hotel — a project that started with Mann writing songs for a prospective Girl, Interrupted musical — with lead single “Suicide Is Murder.” Today she returns with “Burn It Out,” a second advance track from the LP. It’s the kind of songcraft we’ve come to expect from Mann, a gentle and ornately pretty waltz, smartly written and emotionally intelligent to boot. “Can you just burn it out?” she sings. “So thoroughly you’ll never s...
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Bowie edition stylophone

Famously used by David Bowie in his classic hit Space Oddity, the Dübreq Stylophone now bears his name [Amazon]. It's $5 more expensive than a normal stylophone but I'm a complete sucker and I just ordered it. Limited-edition David Bowie-inspired synthesizerSpecial white design featuring embossed Bowie logoFull colour booklet celebrating David Bowie's work and featuring exclusive contributions and archive photographs If Bowie used the larger and more wieldy 350 model in the studio, he didn...
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Nick Cave – “Shyness”

In recent years, Nick Cave has always been up to something or another, and has released music at a fairly prolific clip. But he’s really been up to a lot this year. He and Warren Ellis released the great Carnage, he was cast as a forest in a Shakespeare production, he announced he’d be teaming up with Andrew Dominik once more for a live Carnage and Ghosteen film, he began rolling out B-Sides And Rarities Part II, he announced a new memoir focusing on the years after his son’s death, and apparent...
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Why place matters in celebrating Jo’burg’s club history

The history of clubbing in Jo’burg is less about physical space and fading memories, but about the sheer, frightful necessity of dancing The post Why place matters in celebrating Jo’burg’s club history appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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Tenacious D Turns 20

Far be it from me to overthink an album full of dick jokes, but: Looking back, there was such a fascinating tension at work at the peak of Tenacious D.
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Memoria: The Most Consequential Release Date In Alt-Rock Was 30 Years Ago Today

You could make a case that the ’90s started for real on Sept. 24, 1991. Thirty years ago today several landmark albums hit stores, releases that would define how the decade sounded and felt and would continue to influence rock music and pop culture at large. This truly stacked release date — coupled with the previous day in the UK (albums dropped on Mondays, not Tuesdays, there in the ’90s) — saw the arrival of Nevermind by Nirvana, Blood Sugar Sex Magik by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Trompe Le Monde...
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Couplet – “Sold Our Shirts”

Just last week former You Blew It! leader Tanner Jones and Into It. Over It. members Adam Beck and Evan Weiss released their first song as Couplet, “Old Elba.” Today the trio’s back with another track from LP1, “Sold Our Shirts.” Over a soft bed of synthy minor-key indie rock, Jones serves up lyrics that take the piss out of touring life, with all its economic and social consequences:
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Johnny Marr Addresses Cryptic Beef With Rick Astley And Blossoms

It turns out Rick Astley sounds surprisingly great singing the Smiths songs. But when he announced two Smiths tribute shows with the indie-pop band Blossoms next month, Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr responded negatively, describing their “This Charming Man” cover as “funny and horrible at the same time.”
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Nashville “A-Team” Bassist Bob Moore Dead At 88

Bob Moore, a bassist in Nashville’s “A-Team” of sessions musicians, has died at 88, according to Billboard. He played on countless songs over his decades in the business, including performing on the studio versions of Elvis Presley’s “Are You Lonesome Tonight?,” Patsy Cline’s “Crazy,” Loretta Lynn’s “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler,” Brenda Lee’s “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree,” and many others. In 2007, when he was celebrated at the Country Music Hall Of Fame in its Nashv...
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Watch My Morning Jacket Play A Majestic “Regularly Scheduled Programming” On Kimmel

Veteran festival-rockers My Morning Jacket got back on the road as soon as COVID restrictions allowed, and they’ve got a new self-titled album — their first proper studio LP in six years — coming out next month. Last night, the band rolled through the Jimmy Kimmel Live studio to perform “Regularly Scheduled Programming,” the first single from that LP. Frontman Jim James gave a lot of live-from-home solo performances during the pandemic, but there’s a big difference between seeing that guy on his...
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