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Metallica are back with news of their 12th studio album: 72 Seasons will be released on April 14, 2023 via the band’s own Blackened Recordings. The follow-up to 2016’s Hardwired…To Self-Destruct was produced with Greg Fidelman, and it includes the new single ‘Lux Æterna’, which is out today alongside a Tim Saccenti-directed video. Check it
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Daisy Harris has shared a new song called ‘Known’. It’s the latest preview of her upcoming EP Forest Girl Rock, which is out on December 9. Check it out below. Harris recorded and produced ‘Known’ with her cousin DAVOLI. “Being able to make this song with Davoli in his beautiful studio was an absolute dream,”
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Personal style is usually put to one side when buying a property; things like price and practicality often take center stage. However, personal style is also an important consideration, especially if you want a home to present the right image to friends, family, and coworkers.    Property Styles  Whether it is the clothes you wear, the
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Mix it up this holiday season with some specials you won’t find airing on TNT all day. By Keith Phipps November 25, 2022 From left, the voice talents of: Mitch Rouse, Matt Groening, Joe Pantoliano, Drew Barrymore, Tress MacNeille, Ed Asner, David Herman, Tim Meadows, Jay Mohr, and Dan Castellaneta in Olive, the Other Reindeer.Courtesy
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Though born in London and now based in Los Angeles, singer-songwriter Cornelia Murr spent time living in various locations around the United States growing up. On her debut album, 2018’s Lake Tear of the Clouds, she drew inspiration from the landscapes she experienced in upstate New York, mirroring the cyclical journey of water as it
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Online casinos have rocketed in popularity in recent years. This, in part, has been fueled by greater developments in technology like mobile phones, and more investment in betting apps and websites. However, part of this growth is down to the casino industry embracing cryptocurrencies, thereby opening up the market. Now, there are scores of different
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The Curb Your Enthusiasm and Abbott Elementary guest star on going, and getting, big.  By Cam Wolf November 22, 2022 Photographs: Leah Huebner, Getty Images; Collage: Gabe Conte Keyla Monterroso Mejia is a delight: punctual, funny, nice, humble, and overwhelmingly grateful—everything her iconic comic characters aren’t. She has a knack for playing headstrong and boisterous characters whose
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A fifth person has spoken out against Win Butler, saying she had an “ongoing abusive relationship” with the Arcade Fire co-leader for three years. In a new report from Pitchfork, the woman, pseudonymously named Sabina, accused Butler of being “emotionally abusive, manipulative, toxic, and using his power dynamic to exploit my body at times that
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In an interview with The Guardian promoting BROCKHAMPTON’s 2021 record ROADRUNNER: New Light, New Machine, Kevin Abstract made what seemed like a shocking declaration: “I think this is the first album where I’m really tired of this boyband thing.” It’d been years since the SATURATION trilogy cemented their status as the self-proclaimed “best boyband since One Direction,” and
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serpentwithfeet has released a new song’, ‘My Hands’, which serves as a bonus track on Animal Collective’s soundtrack to the new A24 film The Inspection. The song features production by Sensei Bueno, with contributions from Animal Collective and vocals from StemsMusic Choir. Listen to it below. Based on the life of writer and director Elegance
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Pablo Milanés, the Latin Grammy-winning singer-songwriter who helped found Cuba’s “nueva trova” movement and toured the world as a cultural ambassador for Fidel Castro’s revolution, died early Tuesday in Madrid. Representatives for Milanés confirmed his death on his official Facebook page. “With great pain and sadness, we regret to report that Maestro Pablo Milanés has
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Jess Shoman began Tenci as a bedroom folk project in 2018, naming the band after their grandmother, Hortencia. Featuring contributions from a handful musicians Shoman met through Chicago’s DIY community, their debut album, 2020’s My Heart Is an Open Field, conjured an entrancing atmosphere through sparse instrumentation and unconventional songwriting. After touring in support of
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The ‘Instagram Novel’ is tricky — too didactic, and you seem like a Luddite, too familiar, and you’re rehashing previous territory. Too few seem like they have any other message behind ‘Instagram is bad!’ but when a rare gem offers something new, it can be explosive. The narrator behind Allie Rowbottom’s new novel, Aesthetica, Anna,
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The decision on how to install the sink is very important as it affects the practicality of the sink, the comfort of the room, and, of course, the interior. Today, customers have a lot of options to choose from because the market offers different installation methods of contemporary bathroom sinks. There are three main types of
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Before last night’s GQ Men of the Year party in Los Angeles, GQ global editorial director Will Welch hosted an intimate dinner to toast Men of the Year cover stars Brendan Fraser and Zoë Kravitz. Like any great dinner party, it had a rocking guest list (RZA, Nathan Fielder, Pierce Brosnan, Emma Chamberlain), excellent fits
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