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Stream Krallice’s Surprise Album Mass Cathexis

For more than a decade, the New York band Krallice have combined forbidding, atmospheric black metal fury with experimental math-rock complexity. Most of the time, they've been wildly prolific. In 2017, for instance, Krallice released two albums -- Go Be Forgotten on their own, and Loüm in collaboration with Neurosis member … More »
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Palberta – “Something In The Way”

The experimental New York rock trio Palberta released their most recent album, Roach Goin' Down, in 2018. Since then, one of its members, Lily Konigsberg, has carved out a niche of rewarding music on her own. But today Palberta are back with a new single, "Something In The Way," their first … More »
Tags: Music, New York, Palberta, Lily Konigsberg

Several Great Amazon Prime Day 2020 Deals for You

It is now official that the Amazon prime day 2020 has been delayed. The retailer has already confirmed that this year’s prime day will take place later in the year. It is a significant change for the bargain hunters because the Amazon prime day is one of the biggest retail holidays for the year. As at now, there is no need for fretting. Retailers are now making up for the absence of the Prime Day deals with the back to school sales that are now booming. However, if you visited this page for Am...
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Usa, UK, New York, Technology, Taylor Swift, Shopping, Whole Foods, Nike, Amazon Prime, Ariana Grande, Jazz, Fire TV Stick, Amazon Prime Day, Cbc

Neu auf Netflix: Auf diese Serien & Filme kannst du dich im August freuen

Die zweite Sommerhälfte hat begonnen und ganz langsam starten auch wieder die ersten Dreharbeiten. Nachdem wegen Corona monatelang gar nichts ging, darf jetzt endlich wieder gearbeitet werden. Allerdings nicht überall. Und auch nur unter extrem strengen Auflagen.Ein paar Serien und kleinere Filme werden also aktuell schon wieder produziert. Großproduktionen finden dagegen immer noch kaum statt – genauer gesagt ist „Babelsberg momentan der einzige Standort weltweit, an dem gedreht wird.“, so Chri...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Salma Hayek, France, Germany, US, Toronto, Los Angeles, Iran, Colombia, Netflix, New Orleans, Miami, Nashville, Connor

VMAs Announce First Best Alternative Nominees In 22 Years

MTV is having its annual Video Music Awards show next month, and it's set to be the first awards show that'll air live since the pandemic started. The show is going to broadcast from Brooklyn's Barclays Center, with performances around various New York locations and social-distancing measures in place. It'll be weird! But it always … More »
Tags: Music, New York, News, Brooklyn, Mtv, Barclays Center, MTV Video Music Awards

Things to do – online and in-person – in the San Fernando Valley and LA area, July 30-Aug. 6

    Dance instructor Leslie Ferreira teaches how to perform the Cumbia dance style. The online event is part of the Music Center’s summertime Digital Dance DTLA series. (Photo courtesy of the Music Center)   Take a chance on new cultural and educational experiences, July 30-Aug. 6.   EVENTS   Drive ‘N Drag: Winners from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and more fan-favorite drag queens entertain, July 31- Aug. 2 (change from previous dates; show times vary). Check website for participating personalit...
Tags: Food, Art, Facebook, Books, Music, Politics, New York, Movies, Congress, La, Restaurants, Nigeria, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago

Back With Another Q&A With Rising Buffalo, NY Hip Hop Artist Struggle Mike

Yo Struggle Mike!!  Thanks for joining us again soon after your last Q&A we did back in May 2020. Your latest album “Da Wall” is a for sure standout project in our books for this 2020!. What have you been up to, and how has business been treating you lately? Business has been good. Just keep working and working. I dropped an album a week after Da Wall called Nxt Up which is more local buffalo talent and more trap style rap then boombap. Any new Buffalo, NY based artists you are working with? As...
Tags: New York, La, Jazz, Miles Davis, Bob, BLM, Frank, Mike, BSF, Eric B, Buffalo NY, Rakim, Q&A Interviews, Struggle Mike, Da Wall, Boldy James ETO

Lou Reed’s New York Gets Deluxe Reissue With Previously Unreleased Tracks

Lou Reed's 1989 album New York is getting the deluxe reissue treatment from Rhino. The 3xCD/2xLP/DVD set will feature a newly remastered version of the original album alongside 26 unreleased studio and live recordings from the Lou Reed Archive, including early versions of album tracks and the non-LP track "The Room," and a DVD of … More »
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Legendary TV Host Regis Philbin Dead at 88

Legendary TV host Regis Philbin has died of natural causes at age 88. Philbin’s family confirmed the news to People. He passed away on Friday (Jul. 24). “We are deeply saddened to share that our beloved Regis Philbin passed away last night of natural causes, one month shy of his 89th birthday,” the family said in a statement Saturday. “His family and friends are forever grateful for the time we got to spend with him – for his warmth, his legendary sense of humor, and his singular ability to make...
Tags: New York, Celebs, Abc, Kathie Lee Gifford, Ryan Seacrest, New York City, America, Los Angeles, San Diego, Pop Culture, Jazz, Michael Strahan, Bronx, St Louis, Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Kelly

D-Rell & Nvy Jonez Lkr – “2 Piece and a Biscuit” (EP Review)

This is the second installment to the Chicken Spot Series by D-Rell & Nvy Jonez Lkr. The native New Yorkers (Harlem & Brooklyn) bring you a taste of what New York sounds like. Touching subjects of police brutality, equality, overcoming poverty and even adding some New York Drill to the mix. Consisting of 3 tracks, “The Real”, is an explosive single introducing these two cohesive emcees as 2 of the dopest out the East. “Scum of the Earth”, they rhyme over a dope alternative production touching...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Earth, Albums, Jazz, Rell, Harlem Brooklyn, Griselda, Nvy Jonez LKR, D-Rell, Rell Nvy Jonez Lkr, New York Drill

Uniform – “Dispatches From The Gutter”

Last month, the New York hardcore band Uniform announced a new album, Shame, the follow-up to 2018's The Long Walk. They shared "Delco" from it at the time and today they're back with another single called "Dispatches From The Gutter," a furious and fast one that comes attached to an intense, … More »
Tags: Music, New York, Uniform, Jacqueline Castel

Samia – “Big Wheel” & “Stellate”

Last month, the New York-based musician Samia announced her debut album, The Baby, which was prefaced by two early singles, "Is There Something In The Movies? and "Fit N Full." Today, she's back with two more new tracks from the album, "Big Wheel" and "Stellate." Both are simmering and conversational, Samia … More »
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A1 NWG x Aaron P – “La Cava” (EP Review)

A1 NWG and Aaron P are two rising artists who have come together to give us their ep “La Cava“. The two have completely different backgrounds as A1 is Puerto Rican rapper, and Aaron is a New York based producer. With contrasting upbringings, will the two be able to create a cohesive body of work? A1 NWG displays all of his talent in a short amount of time. “La Cava” is built around fusing Latin and American hip hop into one powerful force. The way NWG went about this was by rapping four of t...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Jazz, Don, Aaron, On My Mind, NWG, Aaron P, La Cava, A1 NWG, Dejes Caer

Struggle Mike – “Da Wall” (Album Review)

Struggle Mike has been an established force in the Buffalo hip hop scene for a while at this point. He has just released his newest album, “Da Wall”. Like his last project, “The Great Escape”, his new album embodies everything Buffalo and New York rap is about with its star-studded tracklist featuring big names like Fred the Godson, Rj Payne, Rick Hyde, and Griselda member Benny the Butcher. With all of these high profile artists on one compilation, can Mike create a competent body of work? ...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Jazz, Buffalo, Benny, Mike, Buffalo New York, Fred, Fred The Godson, Griselda, Struggle Mike, Rj Payne Rick Hyde, Mike Benny, Da Wall

Pop Smoke Made The Soundtrack Of A Lost Summer

New Yorkers love music – loud music. Everyone who has been in New York in summer knows that the New Yorkers play music in their cars with exceptional stereo systems, and even carry around portable speakers, not to mention the headphones. Pop Smoke was the voice that probably everyone in New York could recognize in 2019 he was listened to so much. The rapper, whose birth name is Bashar Barakah Jackson was born in July 1999. He became very popular with his “Welcome to the Party,” the first singl...
Tags: UK, New York, News, US, Los Angeles, Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Moon, Jazz, North America, 50 Cent 50 Cent, Pop Smoke, Bashar Barakah Jackson, George Floyd, Victor Victor Worldwide

How Cannonball Adderley Shared the Joy of Jazz

Jazz has always had big personalities. In the mid-20th century, an explosion of major players became as well known for their personal quirks as for their revolutionary techniques and compositions. Monk’s endearing oddness, Miles Davis’ brooding bad temper, Charles Mingus’ exuberant shouts and rages, Ornette Coleman’s cryptic philosophizing, Coltrane’s gentle mysticism…. These were not only the jazz world’s greatest players; they were also some of the century’s most interesting people. Th...
Tags: Google, Music, New York, College, Washington Dc, Davis, Manhattan, Jazz, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Ornette Coleman, Npr, Charles Mingus, Albert, Coltrane, Facebook Twitter

'Everything you think Rihanna would be, she's that' - Fenty insiders tell all

Black Lives Matter, lockdown, and how Amina Muaddi is set to become the next high-heel superstar: RiRi’s closest collaborators on Fenty’s dramatic first yearThe first and second times that Jahleel Weaver met Rihanna, they bonded over shoes. In 2007, when Weaver was a student in New York with a part-time job at the cult downtown Jeffrey boutique, he sold her a pair of Christian Louboutins. (The classic, “Pigalle” pointed-toe court in bronze, with graffiti on the side.) Four years later, Weaver wa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Rihanna, Women, Life and style, Culture, Fashion industry, Women's Shoes, JEFFREY, Weaver, Simons, Fenty, Jil Sander, Pigalle, Amina Muaddi

4 charged in Los Angeles shooting death of rising rapper Pop Smoke

By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. LOS ANGELES  — Two men and two teens have been charged in the shooting death of rising rapper Pop Smoke, who was killed during a Los Angeles home-invasion robbery in February, the district attorney’s office said Monday. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said in a statement that Corey Walker and Keandre Rodgers were charged with murder that occurred during the commission of a robbery and burglary. The two boys, 15 and 17 years old, were also charged with mu...
Tags: Music, New York, News, Shooting, Washington, Nicki Minaj, Theft, Uncategorized, Burglary, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Homicide, Local News, San Bernardino Mountains

Interview: Indie-Popsängerin Soko spricht über ihr neues Album Feel Feelings

Schon als Stéphanie Alexandra Mina Sokolinski alias Soko mit 16 Jahren ihr Elternhaus verließ, war ihr klar, dass sie einmal ein ganz besonderes Leben führen würde. Mittlerweile ist die 34-jährige Französin im sonnigen Los Angeles zuhause und hat in Kinofilmen wie Spike Jonzes Science-Fiction-Drama Her oder dem historischen Tanzfilm The Dancer an der Seite von Lily-Rose Depp mitgewirkt. Und auch mit ihrem psychedelisch-verträumten Indie-Pop berührt die Musikerin und Schauspielerin immer wieder i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Los Angeles, Saoirse Ronan, Lily Rose Depp, Seite, Auch, Weg, Ganz, Wie, Stunden, Kopf, Jahren, Brust, Zeit

Jeff Haydon Named New Director Of Ravinia

He currently serves as the CEO of New York’s Caramoor Center for Music and Arts, a position he has held since 2012. He also served as executive director of the Ojai Music Festival, and according to Friday’s statement, has previously worked with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, and the Aspen Music Festival. – Chicago Sun-Times
Tags: Art, Music, New York, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Ravinia, Wayne Philharmonic, Ojai Music Festival, 07.10.20, Jeff Haydon, Caramoor Center for Music and Arts

The Crushing Finality Of Pop Smoke’s Posthumous Album

It sounded like rupture. It sounded like chaos and disorder. It sounded like the earth opening up and swallowing you. This was the power of Pop Smoke's music when it first hit mass consciousness outside the greater New York area, something that happened maybe a year ago. Pop Smoke wasn't the first Brooklyn drill artist; … More »
Tags: Music, New York, Brooklyn, 50 Cent, Status Ain't Hood, Fabolous, Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire, Shoreline Mafia, Saweetie, Akai Solo, Pop Smoke

Ich habe ein Jahr lang keine Hitze an meine Locken gelassen & so sehen sie jetzt aus

Processed with VSCO with 6 preset Ein Jahr. Das war das Ziel, das ich mir gesteckt hatte, als ich im Dezember 2018 den Salon verließ – nur wenige Minuten nachdem ich mir zehn Zentimeter meiner hüftlangen Haare wegschneiden lassen hatte. Nachdem ich meine Locken fast mein ganzes Leben lang praktisch jede Woche geglättet hatte – was in der Latinx-Gemeinschaft quasi die Normalität ist – beschloss ich, dass es endlich Zeit war, meine Locken zu akzeptieren und sie zu lieben. Für mich bedeut...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Vsco, Kraft, Luft, Norden, Aber, Wellen, Frei, Kopf, Weil, Dann, Hause, Geduld, Haar

Ella Fitzgerald’s Lost Interview about Racism & Segregation: Recorded in 1963, It’s Never Been Heard Until Now

When Ella Fitzgerald took the stage for the first time at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, “we heard a sound so perfect” that the entire theater went silent, says dancer and choreographer Norma Miller. “You could hear a rat piss on cotton.” Fitzgerald was 17 years old, and she had already faced severe racial discrimination. “Everything was race,” says Miller, describing the de facto segregation in Harlem in the 20s and 30s. “You couldn’t go out of your zone… slavery is over, but you don’t h...
Tags: Google, Music, New York, Australia, College, Alabama, New York Times, Sydney, Marilyn Monroe, Usa Today, Louis Armstrong, South, Harlem, Robbins, Miller, Cbc

When Debbie Harry Combined Artistic Forces with H.R. Giger

After four years of phenomenal chart success, the band Blondie went on hiatus in 1981. While Debbie Harry pursued the acting she had started in punk rock filmmaker Amos Poe’s works, she also went the solo album route. On paper, this album, KooKoo, must have looked like a surefire hit: Nile Rogers and Bernard Edwards from the band Chic were brought in to write and produce, hot on the heels of their successful resuscitation of Diana Ross’s career the year before. Harry and boyfriend/band m...
Tags: Google, Music, Heavy Metal, New York, College, David Cronenberg, Palmer, Harry, Ridley Scott, Cole Porter, Diana Ross, Blondie, Facebook Twitter, Debbie Harry, Emerson Lake, KCRW

Bartees Strange – “Looking For Astronauts” & “The Geese Of Beverly Road” (The National Covers)

The Washington, DC-based singer and producer Bartees Strange -- an environmental lobbyist when he isn't releasing emo and folk-punk records -- loves the National. For most of 2020, Strange has been working on radically remaking the discography of the wizened New York indie rock band. Earlier in 2020, Strange released Say Goodbye To Pretty Boy, … More »
Tags: Music, New York, Washington Dc, The National, Beverly Road, Bartees Strange

E.Coli Aka Dr.Drew – “Drewcifer” (Album)

Up and coming Hip Hop artist out of New York, E.Coli Aka Dr.Drew recently dropped his latest album titled “Drewcifer“.  Follow him on Instagram @ecoliskitchen.
Tags: New York, Albums, Jazz, E.Coli Aka Dr.Drew, Coli Aka Dr Drew

How Ornette Coleman Shaped the Jazz World: An Introduction to His Irreverent Sound

Ornette Coleman “arrived in New York in 1959,” writes Philip Clark, “with a white plastic saxophone and a set of ideas about improvisation that would shake jazz to its big apple core.” Every big name in jazz was doing something similar at the time, inventing new styles and languages. Coleman went further out there than anyone, infuriating and frustrating other jazz pioneers like Miles Davis. He called his theory “Harmolodics,” a Buckminster Fuller-like melding of “harmony,” “movement,” a...
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Warum es so wichtig ist, als weiße Person mit der Familie über Rassismus zu reden

Der Kampf gegen Rassismus ist ein Marathon, kein Sprint. Das ist etwas, das ich in letzter Zeit häufiger gehört habe. Und es trifft den Nagel auf den Kopf. Echte weiße Allys posten nicht am Dienstag ein schwarzes Quadrat und gehen am Mittwoch direkt wieder zur Tagesordnung über. Echte Allys führen nicht nur einmal eine Unterhaltung über Rassismus. Sie sprechen immer und immer wieder darüber. Und zwar nicht nur mit Freund*innen, Kolleg*innen und der Partnerin oder dem Partner (wobei das...
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When the coronavirus shut down live events, Insomniac took their festivals virtual

As the number of positive novel coronavirus cases rose in the U.S. in early March, there was confusion and hesitation by many large-scale event production companies over whether to cancel, postpone or reschedule their concerts and festivals. Insomniac, a Beverly Hills-based EDM live events company, was all set for its annual two-day Beyond Wonderland festival at the NOS Event Center in San Bernardino March 20-21. However, coronavirus was officially declared a global pandemic by the World Health ...
Tags: Music, New York, Texas, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Arizona, Beverly Hills, World Health Organization, Music Festivals, Las Vegas, Concerts, Edm, San Bernardino, Thon

Nicholas Reidy – “Memoir of a Martian”

 Rising New York based underground Hip Hop lyricist Nicholas Reidy releases his deep new single titled “Memoir of a Martian“.
Tags: New York, Jazz, Singles, Nicholas Reidy

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