Suge Knight Hospitalized: Report

Par dans Music le 23 March 2017 à 5 h 26 min

Suge Knight has been hospitalized, TMZ reports. The Death Row Records co-founder and CEO, who is currently awaiting trial for murder, was reportedly moved to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center for treatment of an ongoing condition related to blood clots. He is in stable condition. According to TMZ, Knight has been periodically taken to the hospital for treatment

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Bob Dylan doesn™t give many interviews. To make up for lost time, he sat down for a massive Q&A with author Bill Flanagan, which was posted on his website tonight. The piece runs over 8,000 words and covers a wide range of topics. He tells a story about meeting Frank Sinatra and reveals that he watches œI Love Lucy” on his tour bus

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Ewan McGregor makes his debut in the dual roles of twin brothers Emmit Stussy, the “Parking Lot King” of Minnesota, and parole officer Ray Stussy in the official Season Three trailer for FX’s Fargo. The third installment follows the brothers as tensions mount in their sibling rivalry, which inevitably leads to murder. The new cast

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Three days before the public memorial for Debbie Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher, who died within a day of each other in December, Todd Fisher opened up about the tragic loss of his mother and sister in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight. In a clip from his ET interview with Nancy O’Dell, which airs

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Local Natives have shared their new song œI Saw You Close Your Eyes.” Before you settle in to listen to the song on its website CloseYourEyes.net, the band have a very specific set of instructions that you™ll need to follow. œIn order for this experience to work best, please turn the lights off in your room and turn the brightness up on

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Tonight, Common and the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) will come together for a special performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Under the direction of NSO Pops Principal Conductor Steven Reineke, they will play selections from his most recent album Black America Again, along with hits from his career and orchestrated versions of selected

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The Decemberists Announce Their Own Music Festival

Par dans Music le 23 March 2017 à 0 h 19 min

The Decemberists have announced a new two-day festival called Traveler™s Rest. On August 12-13, a lineup curated by the band will perform across two stages at the Big Sky Brewing Company Amphitheatre in Missoula, Montana. Belle and Sebastian, the Head and the Heart, Sylvan Esso, Shakey Graves, Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, Real Estate, and Julien

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John Lydon sat down for a new interview with the Quietus for their weekly podcast. At one point, the conversation turned to the death plans that were recently revealed for when Queen Elizabeth II eventually passes away. Specifically, Lydon was asked if he felt dread about how the Sex Pistols™ œGod Save the Queen” would be used.

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Saint Etienne are back with their first album since 2012™s Words and Music by Saint Etienne. It™s called Home Counties, and it™s out June 2 via Heavenly Recordings. The album was produced by Young Gun Silver Fox™s Shawn Lee with support from Augustus (Kero Kero Bonito), Carwyn Ellis (Colorama, Edwyn Collins), Robin Bennett (the Dreaming Spires), Richard

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It is 2017 and Diddy is facing a reverse racism lawsuit. Yesterday, Page Six reported that a production team of white men—alums of The Howard Stern Show who are all over the age of 39—say they were fired in 2014 because they weren’t young and black. One of the plaintiffs claimed that when he confronted a colleague on

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David Bowie’s Face Is on This New Watch

Par dans Music le 22 March 2017 à 22 h 49 min

David Bowie serves as the inspiration for a new watch from designers Raymond Weil, Bowie™s official site announced today. It™s called the œDavid Bowie Freelancer,” and it™s described as œa Swiss Made timepiece that celebrates the legendary icon™s musicality, style and unmatched innovation.” You can see images of the watch™s design below, which features an Aladdin Sane lightning

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Today, a shrewdly-edited video of Vladimir Putin robotically intoning Radiohead’s “Creep” has been lightly making the social media rounds. It’s materialized just in time for both Pitchfork’s weeklong celebration of the 20th anniversary of Radiohead’s most beloved album OK Computer and former Trump campaign adviser Paul Manafort coming under fire for apparent clandestine ties to Russian interests. Here

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Watch Craig Campbell’s Gentle Faith Hill Cover

Par dans Music le 22 March 2017 à 22 h 34 min

Craig Campbell might be best known for hits like “Family Man” and his spiritual ballad “Outskirts of Heaven,” but on Wednesdays, he’s made a habit of interpreting songs originally performed by women from across all genres. Dubbed “Women Cover Wednesdays,” he’s tackled everyone from Maren Morris to Adele. Today, it’s a version of Faith Hill’s

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Discogs Launching New Gear Marketplace

Par dans Music le 22 March 2017 à 22 h 10 min

Last year, Discogs launched a gear database called Georogs. Next month, the Gearogs marketplace opens up, as The Vinyl Factory points out. CEO and founder Kevin Lewandowski revealed the news in an interview with Thump. According to the website, Gearogs™ goal is œto be the largest database of audio equipment on the planet.” The mission statement continues, œWith your

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The Academy of Country Music has revealed nearly a dozen additional performers who have joined the already stellar lineup for the upcoming 52nd ACM Awards. Keith Urban, this year’s top nominee with seven nods, has been added to the show, along with Chris Stapleton, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood and Rascal Flatts.

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New Gorillaz Song Coming Tomorrow

Par dans Music le 22 March 2017 à 21 h 46 min

A new Gorillaz song is coming tomorrow. Damon Albarn will join MistaJam™s BBC Radio 1 show from 7:00 p.m. GMT (3:00 p.m. Eastern) œto premiere brand new music from Gorillaz,” according to a statement from the BBC. It will mark the group™s second track of 2017, following œHallelujah Money.” Gorillaz recently announced the inaugural edition of their Demon Dayz festival. It

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Rufus Wainwright unveiled plans for an eclectic fan experience, “Wainwright Libre,” in Havana, Cuba. During the four-night event, scheduled September 21st to 25th, the singer-songwriter will perform two concerts: a private, solo show and a public event featuring a full orchestra and local musicians. In a statement announcing the endeavor, Wainwright praised the country’s culture and

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Yesterday, the Observer published “The 14 Lines in Hamilton That Are a Little Bit Annoying,” a listicle criticizing Hamilton nearly two years after the Broadway opening. In response, creator Lin-Manuel Miranda followed Observer writer Dana Schwartz on Twitter to let her know what he thought about the article. A story in 4 partshttps://t.co/onuM37yKkK pic.twitter.com/61L31xLK6u — Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) March 22, 2017 Tony winners: They’re petty as

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Wavves Share New Song “Animal”: Listen

Par dans Music le 22 March 2017 à 21 h 04 min

On May 19, Wavves will release a new album called You™re Welcome. The band have now shared œAnimal,” a new song from the album.  Listen to it below. œAnimal” follows two previously released songs: œDaisy” and the title track. You™re Welcome, the follow-up to last year™s V, will be released via Nathan Williams™ Ghost Ramp label. In 2015, Wavves released a record with Cloud

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Among the many records available in the UK for this year’s Record Store Day are new reissues of Cocteau Twins™ final two LPs: 1993™s Four-Calendar Café and 1996™s Milk & Kisses. Both were originally released in the UK on the Fontana label; the reissues are out via UMC/Universal UK and feature extra tracks on a bonus disc. Following the Record Store Day announcement

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