Music

Jarod Grubb’s “What She’s Drinkin’ On” is a rambunctious yet tasteful new single from Montana’s Jarrod Grubb. He’s based out of Nashville now, pursuing his dreams in Music City U.S.A. and, going off this new track, it’s hard not to imagine this will push him to higher peaks than ever before. It illustrates, in a
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Revolushn will be headlining the  music lineup for “Last Saturday Live” on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 from 3-7 PM PT on 37th & Pachego in San Francisco.  #LiveMusic #GoodEats #LocalMarkers “Last Saturday Live” is a monthly open-air family-friendly mini music fest featuring local musicians, merchants, makers and artists.  The event takes place at the Outer
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In the decade since R.E.M.’s split in 2011, the alternative rockers have shown no intention of ever getting back together. Exactly 10 years to the day of their break-up, lead singer Michael Stipe dispelled any notions of a reunion during an appearance on WNYC’s All Of It. “That’s wishful thinking. We will never reunite,” Stipe
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News Courtney Barnett Shouts Out Quivers After Discovering “Completely Coincidental” Music Video Similarities Barnett said “I would have completely changed my concept” had she seen the Melbourne band’s “You’re Not Always On My Mind” clip while shooting hers for “Before You Gotta Go” By Matthew Ismael Ruiz September 20, 2021 Facebook Twitter A still from
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“Feeling Good About Us” is the latest single from talented singer and songwriter William Maselli. It isn’t a name carrying any commercial cachet, at the moment, but that’s poised to change. The new single is part of Maselli’s new album release On the Back Nine and, judged as a preview for that collection, this release is an
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Elektragaaz is a fascinating musical experience created by a reclusive young Frisian composer who goes by the pseudonym Poppo Redband and a group of talented musicians mainly from the New York Metro area. Their anticipated third EP, “The Synaesthetic Picture Show Now Playing, Pt. 3,” was dropped on September 14th. It contains six tracks that
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There’s a beauty to endings that doesn’t get discussed enough, or even properly portrayed in the media. Yes, endings are somewhat inherently sad, but the emotional depth and beauty that can be unpacked from the emotion is seemingly limitless, but often unexplored. “Over” the latest single from R&B soulful duo Norm Adams and Julia Robertson
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News Naruto Soundtracks Getting First Digital Release Outside Japan Toshio Masuda and Yasuharu Takanashi’s scores for the long-running anime franchise arrive on streaming platforms later this week By Madison Bloom September 20, 2021 Facebook Twitter Naruto: Shippuden (©2002 MASASHI KISHIMOTO / 2007 SHIPPUDEN  All Rights Reserved.) Facebook Twitter Soundtracks and scores for Naruto—the long-running anime
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Morgan Wallen addressed his use of the N-word during a July sitdown with Good Morning America, in which the country singer also claimed he and his team donated $500,000 to Black organizations. According to a new Rolling Stone report attempting to trace the donations, it appears the money hasn’t materialized with any organizations besides the Black
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News Emmys 2021: Hamilton Wins Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) It won over projects by David Byrne, Bo Burnham, and Dave Chappelle, plus two TV reunion specials By Allison Hussey September 19, 2021 Facebook Twitter Lin-Manuel Miranda at Hamilton’s Broadway reopening (Bruce Glikas/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Hamilton has won the 2021 Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety
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News Taylor Swift Releases New “Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version)”: Listen The re-recorded 1989 song previously featured in a teaser trailer for the children’s movie Spirit Untamed By Matthew Strauss September 17, 2021 Facebook Twitter Taylor Swift, photo by Beth Garrabrant Facebook Twitter Taylor Swift has officially released her re-recorded version of the 1989 song “Wildest
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Riot Fest continued in Chicago’s Douglass Park on Friday, September 17th. Day 2’s robust lineup boasted sets from Coheed and Cambria, Meg Myers, Pinegrove, Radkey, Smashing Pumpkins, Sublime and recent Consequence Artists of the Month Meet Me @ the Altar and Amigo the Devil. In between sets, Consequence took some time to observe the fest’s ongoing COVID-19
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