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Haim, Dave Matthews, More to Perform at Cat Stevens Tribute Concert

Haim, Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson and Feist are among the more than 40 artists who will perform songs by Yusuf/ Cat Stevens for the CatSong Festival, a special live YouTube broadcast in celebration of the 50th anniversary of his classic 1970 albums “Tea for the Tillerman” and “Mona Bone Jakon.” According to the announcement, fans can expect new interpretations of […]
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As the pandemic shatters Americans' mental health, the FDA, psychiatrists, and developers are betting on smartphone apps to treat them directly

A woman seen walking past a charity's shopfront in Stoke-on-Trent, England, on October 28, 2020. Nathan Stirk/Getty Images The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the US mental-health crisis, with apps like Calm and Headspace booming as people try to cope. Now, a new cohort of apps are working to directly treat mental illness, rather than just help people get by. Three such companies told Business Insider their programs can drive similar results as medication, and said they believe in-pe...
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Haim Exults in Grammy Noms: ‘Everyone Nominated for Rock Performance Is a Woman — That’s F—ing Incredible’

Whatever intent the group Haim may have had in titling its third album “Women in Music Pt. III,” it seems as if the Grammy Awards took that not just as a description but a command. In one of the two categories Haim is nominated in, rock performance, all six nominees have something in common that, […]
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Women Fill Entire Categories in Country and Rock as Grammys Reset the Scales for Gender-Imbalanced Genres

For once, the country music patriarchy is riding shotgun. Country may be renowned as a genre where the women do not always get a fair shake, but you would not guess that from how the nominations for the 2021 Grammys shook out. Female solo artists or bands with women as primary lead singers accounted for […]
Tags: News, Awards, Grammys, Haim, Miranda Lambert, Phoebe Bridgers, Mickey Guyton, Fiona Apple, Brittany Howard, Brandy Clark, Ashley McBryde, Ingrid Andress


Grammys: Beyoncé leads with 9 nominations, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa and Roddy Ricch have 6

By Mesfin Fekadu Beyoncé is bringing her black parade to the Grammys: The pop star’s anthem about Black pride scored multiple nominations Tuesday, making her the leading contender with nine. Beyoncé picked up song and record of the year bids with “Black Parade,” which she released on Juneteenth, the holiday that commemorates when the last enslaved African Americans learned they were free. The song, which reached the Top 40 on the pop charts, is also nominated for best R&B song and best R&B perfo...
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Grammy Awards Nominations List (Updating Live)

The nominations for the 2021 Grammy Awards are being announced in an hour-long livestream presentation on Grammy.com and the Recording Academy’s social media platform. Variety is updating the nominees as they come in; refresh this page after the announcements get underway at noon ET/9 a.m. PT to get the latest additions. The rollout of nominations […]
Tags: Beyonce, News, Taylor Swift, Awards, Grammys, Haim, Bts, Phoebe Bridgers, Post Malone, Recording Academy, Dua Lipa, Doja Cat, Black Pumas, Roddy Ricch


The CEO of guitar icon Fender says the company was looking into an abyss when the coronavirus hit — but now the company expects record 2020 sales

Este Haim of the eponymous LA band Haim checks out an American Professional II bass. Fender The coronavirus pandemic and national lockdowns spurred a much-needed revival of the guitar business. Fender had been on track to post robust 2020 sales, but in March it had to idle its factories in the US and Mexico. Unexpectedly, demand for guitars skyrocketed, and now CEO Andy Mooney figures this year could set a record for sales. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Fender CEO And...
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Haim – “Feel The Thunder (The Croods: A New Age)”

Haim are developing quite the side hustle serving up rawk pastiche for children’s movies. The sisters teamed up with rising Hollywood composer and Childish Gambino mainstay Ludwig Göransson for “Rock N Roll Rules,” a Joan Jett sendup on the soundtrack to poptimist nightmare Trolls World Tour. And now they’ve delivered a similar track to the latest installment of The Croods. The Croods: A New Age is dropping just in time for Thanksgiving, and its soundtrack will arrive a few days beforehand. It...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Haim, New Music, Joan Jett, The Croods, Danielle Haim, Ludwig Goransson


Bose's new soundbar is an impressive TV speaker and smart speaker in one compact package, but its music performance is lacking

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Tyler Hayes/Business Insider The Bose Smart Soundbar 300 offers cinematic audio performance in a sleek, compact package. It lacks some midrange fullness while listening to music, but it's a solid option for all types of uses.AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, Spotify Connect, and integrated voice assistant support for Alexa or Google Assistant round out a rich set of features.At $400, the soundbar may be a bit ...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Google, Spotify, Audio, Speakers, Los Angeles, Trends, Siri, Walmart, Pandora, Home Theater, Lg, Sonos, Haim, Bose


We’ve Got A File On You: Danielle Haim

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc. More »
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Haim Cast Robert Pattinson As An “Emotional Vampire” For Their “3AM” Performance On Seth Meyers

The '90s-inspired R&B track "3AM" is one of the most popular songs on Haim's Women In Music Pt. III, and it's probably going to become more beloved now. Haim went all-out for their Halloween-themed performance of the song on Thursday's episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers. More »
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Rostam – “Unfold You”

Rostam Batmanglij has stayed busy in recent years producing some of the best, most influential albums at the intersection of pop and indie rock. Clairo's Immunity basically invented a new kind of pop star, and Haim's Women In Music Pt. III is still my most-played LP of 2020. But he also has been … More »
Tags: Music, News, Haim, Rostam Batmanglij, Rostam, Hari Nef, Nick Hakim, Clairo, Henry Solomon


Haim Work The Canter’s Deli Counter In “Man From The Magazine” Video

Haim are a few months removed from the release of their latest album Women In Music Pt. III. We've already gotten our fair share of visuals from the album, all of them directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, the honorary fourth Haim, who is currently shooting a movie in which Alana Haim … More »
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Watch Haim Play A Terrific “Gasoline” In The Forum Parking Lot For Kimmel

Haim's Women In Music Pt. III is probably my favorite album of the year, or at least the one I reach for most often. One of many reasons for my undying love is "Gasoline," an moody and impassioned pop-rocker infused with bluesy guitar and boom-bap drums. It's one of quite a few tracks … More »
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Watch an Epic Drum Battle, Pitting a 9-Year-Old Girl Against Foo Fighter Dave Grohl

Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, formerly of Nirvana, and Nandi Bushell, an Ipswich elementary schooler, have something in common besides their incredible command of the drums. By all appearances, both seem to have benefited from being reared by grounded, encouraging parents. Nandi, at 10, likely has a few more years under her folks’ roof despite her growing renown—she’s jammed with Lenny Kravitz, gone viral in last year’s Argos Christmas advert, and most recently, matched Grohl beat for beat in ...
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Benny Safdie Lands a Major Role in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Next Movie

Uncut Gems co-director Benny Safdie has tried his hand at acting before, notably playing Robert Pattinson’s brother in Good Time, which he directed with his brother Josh Safdie. But Benny Safdie is stepping in front of the camera without his brother backing him, joining the cast of Paul Thomas Anderson‘s new movie in a major role. Collider reports that Safdie has been cast as a gay politician in Paul Thomas Anderson’s coming-of-age drama set in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s, joining a...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, New York Times, Robert Pattinson, Bradley Cooper, Showtime, Paul-Thomas-Anderson, City Council, Haim, MGM, Anderson, Cooper, Valley, San Fernando Valley, Nathan


Alana Haim Appearing In New Paul Thomas Anderson Film

Alana Haim is appearing in Paul Thomas Anderson's next movie. She was spotted in some recent photographs that were taken on the set of the film, which recently started production in Los Angeles. In the on-set shots, the youngest Haim sister is driving a truck and sitting next to an unidentified actor and a bearded … More »
Tags: Music, News, Los Angeles, Bradley Cooper, Paul Thomas Anderson, Haim, Alana Haim


Here Is Your Song Of The Summer 2020

As it turns out, even during a pandemic that has fundamentally altered the experience of summer, it's still been summer nonetheless. And now we know how y'all have been soundtracking the season. The votes are in, the results have been counted, and we can now present to you the top 10 vote-getters in … More »
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New Paul Thomas Anderson Movie Heads to MGM

Paul Thomas Anderson‘s latest film, an untitled coming-of-age pic set in a high school in the 1970s, is packing its bags and moving to a new location. The film was originally set to be released by Focus Features but will now hail from MGM. A “budgetary issue” is being cited as the reason for the move. Plot details are vague, but the movie apparently follows several different storylines, similar to Anderson’s Magnolia. Focus Features, who released Paul Thomas Anderson’s most recent film Phant...
Tags: Movies, Paul-Thomas-Anderson, Thom Yorke, Haim, MGM, Anderson, San Fernando Valley, Focus Features, MGM A, Magnolia Focus Features


Lil Baby Reigns Over Album Chart Again; Haim Has Top New Entry

Lil Baby is the only big name that matters among the season’s top albums, it sometimes seems. His “My Turn” takes a turn at the top of the album chart yet again this week, with 69,600 album units. Although there were no new releases debuting in the Rolling Stone album chart’s top 10, Haim’s “Women […]
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Watch Haim’s Women In Music Pt. III Launch Concert

Haim released their phenomenal new album Women In Music Pt. III today. Because of COVID-19, it got pushed back from its original April release date. Also due to the pandemic, they can't tour behind the album like they'd hoped, or even play a proper release show. But like Jason Isbell and … More »
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Haim’s ‘Women in Music Pt. III’: Album Review

Perhaps Haim wanted to be sure we’d really listen this time. Over the course of two records, the three Haim sisters — Danielle, Este, and Alana — have mainly been written about as a unit. They can harmonize, they look born to wander the streets of Los Angeles in style, and their work has consistently […]
Tags: Reviews, News, Los Angeles, Haim, Vampire Weekend, Alana, Danielle Este


Haim Steps Into a New Groove on ‘Women in Music Pt. III’

On the band’s third album, the sisters in Haim add what was missing from previous releases — tension and texture — to make their sharpest and most adventurous songs yet.
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Review: Haim's 'Women in Music Pt. III' is the sunny-sad soundtrack of summer

Sister trio Haim is back Friday with third album "Women in Music Pt. III," which takes on darker themes of depression and sexism with folk-rock style.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Premature Evaluation: Haim Women In Music Pt. III

Here's a big surprise: Haim let themselves get messy this time. Here's an even bigger surprise: Messiness suits them. More »
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Album review: Haim's 'Women in Music Pt. III' is the sunny-sad soundtrack of summer

Sister trio Haim is back Friday with third album "Women in Music Pt. III," which takes on darker themes of depression and sexism with folk-rock style.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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Watch Haim Play New Song “Gasoline”

Haim are just about a week out from releasing their new album, Women In Music Pt. III. They were all set to release it back in April, but pushed the album's release date back due to the pandemic. They've spent their time in quarantine wisely, though, releasing two new singles -- "More »
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Haim on Sisterhood, ‘Women in Music Pt. III’ and What It Took to Reign Over L.A. Rock

The recent Epix docu-series “Laurel Canyon” made music fans nostalgic for the Los Angeles rock enclaves of the 1960s and early ’70s, but three sisters who were raised just over the hill from that glen stand poised to inherit the mantle of queens of L.A. rock. “We grew up along Laurel Canyon on the Valley […]
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Watch Haim Debut “Don’t Wanna” From Their Own Separate Homes On Corden

Yesterday, Haim shared "Don't Wanna," another new single from their upcoming album Women In Music Pt. III. And last night, they went on The Late Late Show With James Corden to perform it live for the first time ever while quarantined separately in their own homes. More »
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