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News “Weird Al” Yankovic Announces Massive North American Tour The Unfortunate Return of the Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour will run for six months and include 133 shows By Madison Bloom December 3, 2021 Facebook Twitter “Weird Al” Yankovic, May 2018 (Kelly Sullivan/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter “Weird Al” Yankovic has announced a gargantuan North American
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After releasing a first-look preview during October’s DC FanDome event, HBO Max has today shared the official trailer for the upcoming The Suicide Squad spin-off Peacemaker. The new trailer shows that something has changed in John Cena’s antihero since he had that building fall on him in his film debut. Along with his dimwitted buddy Vigilante (Freddie
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New York City’s fusion jam band trio The Dream Logic has several prior releases under their belt but their latest single “I’ll Be Right Back” may be their finest effort yet. It’s an entertainingly accessible performance despite the clear musical skill on display – Charles Compo, Camille Gainer, and Jerry Brooks are each respective virtuosos on their respective
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Jamaican born singer/songwriter Robert Minott’s new single “You Are” wastes no time getting under your skin. He foregoes any lengthy introduction in favor of bringing listeners straight into a sheltering, all-encompassing musical landscape. The fact he manages to accomplish this with three primary instruments, guitar, keyboards, and organ, is even more impressive. The song’s production
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News Alvin Lucier, Experimental Composer, Dies at 90 Lucier, a long-time professor at Wesleyan University, was known for his avant-garde works, which sometimes involved brain waves, room acoustics, and other unexpected sources for sound By Madison Bloom December 1, 2021 Facebook Twitter Alvin Lucier, April 1991 (Jack Vartoogian/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Experimental composer Alvin Lucier
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News Moses Sumney Shares “In Bloom (In the Woods)”: Listen Taken from his upcoming album and film Live From Blackalachia By Nina Corcoran December 1, 2021 Facebook Twitter Moses Sumney, photo by Spencer Kelly Facebook Twitter Moses Sumney has released a new song called “In Bloom (In the Woods)” that reimagines and strips down his
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Last summer, DaBaby made the interesting choice of hyping up the crowd at Rolling Loud Miami by spewing ignorant nonsense about gay people, women, and people with autoimmune disorders. After half-hearted apologies and defensive music videos got him dropped from several music festivals, the rapper met with a series of HIV/AIDS organizations to clean up his
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As The Simonetta Lein Show debuts its 4th season, the show welcomes one of the most insanely influential and impactful legacies in hip-hop history, Tech N9ne. Tech has consistently accomplished the impossible from outside the system. Having worked with the hip-hop industry’s biggest legends from Eminem, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, to Tupac, he’s resisted every trend, overturned
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Steve Markoff and Patricia Lazzara’s creative partnership began in an unusual way. The pair initially forged their relationship based on a teacher/pupil connection when Markoff approached Lazzara looking for flute instruction. Their association soon blossomed into an artistic union that has paid enormous aesthetic dividends for both musicians. “(I Just) Died in Your Arms Tonight”
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Tierra Whack is returning this week with new music. The Philadelphia rapper just announced a new EP called Rap?, which will be released on December 2nd via Interscope Records. Rap? is Whack’s first complete of songs since her 15-track, 15-minute 2018 debut, Whack World. That’s not to say the Philadelphia artist hasn’t stayed busy: she’s released a
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News Marilyn Manson’s Home Raided By LA County Sheriff The shock rocker, under investigation for alleged abuse, has search warrant executed at his address in Los Angeles By Matthew Ismael Ruiz November 30, 2021 Facebook Twitter Marilyn Manson attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California, February 09, 2020. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
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