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Steve Gunn has today released a new collaborative EP called Nakama, which includes reinterpretations of six songs from the guitarist’s latest full-length, 2021’s Other You. It features contributions from Mikey Coltun and Ahmoudou Madassane of Mdou Moctar, Natural Information Society, as well as remixes by Circuit des Yeux and Bing & Ruth. The project’s cover
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A 24-year-old vocalist, composer, and producer from Medford, Massachusetts currently based in Brooklyn, Claire Dickson makes music that weaves together elements of avant-pop, electronic music, and jazz while blurring the line between reality and fantasy. Having grown up in a musical family, she was encouraged to pursue her love of singing and music at an
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Tomberlin has returned with a new single titled ‘idkwntht’. Out now via Saddle Creek, the track features guest vocals from Told Slant’s Felix Walworth. Check it out below. “‘idkwntht’ is a sonic altar of sorts,” Tomberlin said in a press release. “It’s about taking a moment for remembrance, clarity, and setting an intention for what
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If the release of Yard Act’s debut album is tinged with an eerie sense of déjà vu, that much is understandable. A slew of post-punk bands ­– mostly British (Sleaford Mods, Shame), others not (Viagra Boys) – were putting out albums around the same time last year; it’d been a couple of months since the
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Taylor Swift has responded to Damon Albarn regarding comments he made in a new interview with the Los Angeles Times. Speaking with Mikael Wood, Albarn said that Swift “doesn’t write her own songs.” Wood responded: “Of course she does. Co-writes some of them.” Albarn went on: That doesn’t count. I know what co-writing is. Co-writing
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As The Simonetta Lein Show continues its 4th season, the show welcomes Will Smith and Karyn Parsons’ co-star, the beloved Geoffrey from the iconic THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL-AIR, Joseph Marcell! Originally Joseph hails from St Lucia and has worked as a revered theatre actor for 50 years. He has appeared in over 100 plays, from London’s West End, Broadway, and a world tour
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A strong majority of Americans support legal marijuana. Will this be the year Democrats finally embrace it as a national issue? By Chris Cohen January 21, 2022 Illustration by Rob Vargas This week, Louisiana U.S. Senate candidate Gary Chambers put out what was in many ways an unremarkable ad for a Democratic politician: talking straight
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Brooklyn’s Dropper have shared a new single, ‘Ok Ok Ok’, the latest preview of their upcoming debut LP, Don’t Talk to Me. Following ‘Memoirs of Working in a Bowling Alley’, the track arrives with an accompanying music video directed by Leah Faye. Check it out below. “I think most people have gone through at least one
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Meat Loaf, the singer and actor best known for his trilogy of Bat Out of Hell albums, has died at the age of 74. His death was confirmed in a statement from his family: Our hearts are broken to announce the incomparable Meat Loaf passed away tonight surrounded by his wife Deborah, daughters Pearl and Amanda and
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If you have a unique home tech staff, your accommodation will become functional and adaptable. It includes control systems and wirelessly controlled home appliances. They will significantly improve your daily level of comfort, safety, and energy savings. What do you know about the coolest home tech inventions? Domestic intelligence innovations are born every minute around
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MUBI, the streaming service known for promoting independent cinema, have unveiled their list of films for February. The list of films includes Valdimar Jóhannsson’s genre debut Lamb (2021), which won the Prize of Originality award at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival.  In addition, it also includes Never Gonna Snow Again, a film by Małgorzata Szumowska and Michal Englert,
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