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The Beastie Boys’ last-ever set—a headlining performance at Bonnaroo in 2009—has been released in its entirety. The show was originally aired as part of the Tennessee festival’s “Virtual ROO-ALITY” streaming event on YouTube, but the group tweeted that the set will be available separately “through the weekend.” Check it out below. The band brought their
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2020 has been a crazy year without question, but it’s also been a year in which we’ve seen one of the better summers for indie pop fans collectively experienced in the new millennium. Amidst a season of pure isolation for most of the world’s recording artists, incredible material has begun to come out of the
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Fast, furious and packing far more of a sonic punch than most anything I’ve heard out of the mainstream lately, Jupiter in Velvet’s “Not Again” is definitely one of the more brutish moments to behold in Punk Goes the Velvet, but I wouldn’t say it’s the lone track sporting some muscle in this latest EP from
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Demi Lovato won’t be walking down the aisle with Max Ehrich … TMZ has confirmed the singer and actor called off their engagement. Demi and her former fiancé have officially called it quits, splitting just over 2 months after he popped the question on the beach in Malibu. A source close to the singer tells
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Who or what is the “Invisible Stranger?” For that Matter who and what are The PondHawks? An indie group out of Chicago, The PondHawks are one of music’s best kept secret treasures. Their release of “Invisible Stranger” serves to make them even more valuable to the music industry as well as to the history of
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The French singer, actress, and cultural icon Juliette Gréco has died. She was 93. “Juliette Gréco died this Wednesday surrounded by her family in the house she loved so much,” her family said in a statement to the Associated Press. “Her life was one like no other.” Gréco was born in Montpellier, France, in 1927
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Exclusive Carole Baskin is participating in jokes about Don Lewis‘ mysterious disappearance while she’s on ‘DWTS’ … at least according to Don’s family, and now they’re taking her to court. Don’s daughters Gale, Lynda and Donna, plus his former assistant, Anne McQueen are suing Carole for defamation, and they say Don’s disappearance is no laughing
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Yo La Tengo’s new EP, Sleepless Night, is out October 9 via Matador. The EP features five covers—including the previously shared cover of the Byrds’ “Wasn’t Born to Follow”—and one original song called “Bleeding.” Today, they’ve shared “Bleeding.” Listen to it below. The songs on Sleepless Night were originally released as one side of an
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Concert Promoter/Entertainer/Philanthropist SohoJohnny is a featured guest on The Adventures of Pipeman hosted by Dean K. Piper, aka “The Pipeman.” Everyone has the fire, but only the champions know how to ignite the spark. Such is Soho Johnny, a man with a passionate vision who like a cascade of fireworks plunges into the night sky
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Ludwig Göransson has won the 2020 Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score). The composer was honored for his work on The Mandalorian. It’s Göransson’s first Emmy Award. Göransson’s award is not to be confused with the Emmy for Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special (Original
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Lykke Li has released a new cover of Gloria Gaynor’s legendary 1978 disco hit “I Will Survive.” Li offers a stripped-down, voice-and-piano rendition of the track. Listen below. Lykke Li’s last full-length, so sad so sexy, arrived in June 2018. The following year, Li released the still sad still sexy EP. Check out Pitchfork’s “The
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Last month, the Smashing Pumpkins returned with a pair of new tracks called “Cyr” and “The Colour of Love.” Now, the band has announced and detailed their 11th studio LP, also titled Cyr. The 20-track double album arrives November 27 via Sumerian, and it includes the group’s previously shared singles. Find the cover art and
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