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Recording artist turned producer, Joseph Maresca, looks a bit like a highly connected event organizer. He just happens to be a talented musician and composer as well. His latest offering, “Mighty Mighty South Beach,” while not necessarily high art, is nonetheless a lot of fun. Joseph pays tribute to his favorite place in the world,
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I think it’s a fair observation that we’re all obsessed with buying things. There’s no shame in that, technology, fashion, and more are more accessible than ever before, however this leads to a slight issue being that if you can get anything, what’s stopping you from getting everything? It’s a decidedly American conundrum that Austrian
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Minimalism can come in numerous forms, especially when we’re talking about pop music. From the simplest of acoustic folk songs to a stripped-down club sample, if we’re pulling the fat from the muscular melodies a track is built upon, we’re indulging in some sense of minimalism, and it’s to this end that I think Andrew
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Play video content The White House Elton John‘s performing at the White House for a TV special … and a packed house, including celebs, is on hand to see the Rocket Man. The rock icon says playing the South Lawn at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. is the coolest venue in his career, calling it the “icing
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News Foo Fighters Announce More Artists for Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert in L.A.  Kesha, Tommy Lee, Tool’s Danny Carey, and more will join the show’s previously-announced performers By Rob Arcand September 23, 2022 Facebook Twitter Taylor Hawkins, September 2016 (Jerod Harris/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter In June, Foo Fighters announced that they’d be performing tribute shows
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Teasing us with simplicity in “Op. 27: I. Larghetto in C-Sharp Minor” or cutting through the crisp silence with a devastating form of decadence ala “Op. 55: II. Lento sostenuto in E-Flat Major,” Elizabeth Sombart’s interpretation of Frederic Chopin’s Nocturnes has had critics and classical fans around the world very happy in 2022, and for
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2022 has been a busy year so far for Alt.Pop artist Little Hurt (Colin Dieden, Ex-The Mowglis) with touring ramping up again.  He continues to explore the edges of Alt. Pop & Alternative Rock with new single “Cooler If U Did”, due to be released on Friday, 9/16. The song features a tight groove and a soaring atmospheric chorus
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News Weezer Release New EP Sznz: Autumn: Listen The fall edition of their EP series is here in time for equinox By Jazz Monroe September 22, 2022 Facebook Twitter Weezer, photo courtesy of The Oriel Company Facebook Twitter Weezer are continuing their series of seasonally themed EPs with Sznz: Autumn, which is out now. Check
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I’ve always heard artists opening an album or EP with the title cut as an unstated admission of confidence, a bit of attitude, in the material they’re putting out. If so, it is justified here. “With Love” opens Tia McGraff’s EP of the same name with gentle acoustic guitar before the arrangement soon expands. She
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Jadakiss‘ past life as Diddy‘s ghostwriter still haunts him … mostly because he hated everything about the process!!! The LOX rapper was chopping it up on Smoke DZA‘s ‘Personal Party’ podcast, revisiting his stint on Diddy’s Bad Boy Records — which was very early in his career, and, apparently, incredibly challenging. Waiting for your permission
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News Taylor Swift Named Songwriter-Artist of the Decade by NSAI: Read Her Speech She accepted the designation from the Nashville Songwriters Association International’s honor at the historic Ryman Auditorium By Evan Minsker September 20, 2022 Facebook Twitter Terry Wyatt/Getty Images Facebook Twitter Ahead of the release of her new album Midnights next month, Taylor Swift
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News Marilyn Manson Sexual Abuse Investigation Submitted to Los Angeles D.A. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office will review the 19-month investigation and consider whether to file criminal charges against the musician By Matthew Strauss September 20, 2022 Facebook Twitter Marilyn Manson, June 2019 (Charley Gallay/Getty Images for iHeartMedia) Facebook Twitter Since February 2021,
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News Chris Redd Is Leaving SNL “Being a part of SNL has been the experience of a lifetime,” Redd said in a statement. By Evan Minsker September 19, 2022 Facebook Twitter Chris Redd (Mary Ellen Matthews/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Chris Redd has announced that he is departing Saturday
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Rocky Kramer will be hosting “Rock & Roll Classics” on this week’s episode of Rocky Kramer’s Rock & Roll Tuesdays on Twitch. Tune into Twitch on Tuesday, September 20th, at 7 PM PT for this amazing show. Rocky Kramer is a guitar virtuoso, often being compared to the greatest guitar players in the world. Rocky
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August Alsina isn’t denying he left Tory Lanez hanging during an attempted handshake — but this new video shows the diss happening, and Tory’s immediate and angry reaction. Tory Lanez was embarrassed August Alsina curved him so crazily and went in attack mode🤣 pic.twitter.com/ndC6HfD1ws — KING 👑 (@Splashystackss) September 19, 2022 @Splashystackss You can see
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News Art Rosenbaum, Ethnomusicologist Behind Iconic Field Recordings, Dies at 83 Rosenbaum, who was also a painter and musician, captured the intimate environments of the American South and Midwest By Rob Arcand September 18, 2022 Facebook Twitter Art Rosenbaum winning a Grammy in 2009 (John Shearer/WireImage) Facebook Twitter Art Rosenbaum, the painter and folk musician
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You cannot claim Byron Lee Scott lacks ambition. “I Come from Earth”, the title song of Harmony Dreamers’ album, introduces newcomers to his songwriting with a real dazzler. There’s an expanding roll call of musicians from various nations and walks of life enlisted to make these songs come alive and the drumming popping throughout the
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People love to hype up new musical acts with the promise that “You’ve never heard anything like this!” The descriptor “game-changer” used to actually mean something, and games used to get changed — unfortunately, hyperbole is the enemy of progress, so true game-changers are falling by the wayside. Thankfully, The Nylon Admirals aren’t spring chickens
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