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New York black metal artist Liturgy and avant-garde pop duo LEYA have shared a new collaborative track. It’s called “Antigone.” The single was originally shared in an interview the artists did with Paper magazine. Listen to “Antigone” below, and read the full interview here. “Antigone” marks the first new release from Liturgy since Hunter Hunt-Hendrix
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boygenius have announced that they’ll share some demos from their 2018 EP as a one-day fundraiser for social justice causes. The tracks—voice-memo recordings of “Stay Down,” “Me & My Dog,” and “Bite the Hand”—will be available just for the duration of Bandcamp’s next fee-free sales day for artists on Friday (July 3). The demos will
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The late John Prine, who died earlier this year of COVID-19, has received an unprecedented posthumous honor. He’s the first person to be named Illinois’ honorary poet laureate. “John Prine leaves behind an unparalleled musical legacy and was beloved by family and millions of fans who hope that in Heaven he finds Paradise waitin’ just
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Exclusive Dr. Dre and his wife of 24 years are ending their marriage … she’s filed for divorce. Nicole Young filed the paperwork Monday, citing the usual irreconcilable differences as the reason for her split from the hip-hop mogul. Dre married Nicole on May 25, 1996, and they have 2 adult children together — a
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Summer Walker has announced a new EP: Life on Earth is out July 10 via LVRN/Interscope. Check out the EP cover below. At last night’s BET Awards, Summer Walker performed “Session 32” and “Come Thru” with Usher, who stayed socially distant. Walker was also nominated for Best Female R&B/Pop and Best New Artist at the
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Last night’s BET Awards opened with an update on Public Enemy’s 1989 protest classic “Fight the Power.” From various locations, guest vocalists including YG, Nas, Jahi, Black Thought, and Rapsody offer commentary on Black lives in 2020. Public Enemy originals DJ Lord, the S1Ws, and Professor Griff also joined Chuck D and Flavor Flav, with Questlove
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Marc Orleans, the prolific guitarist and pedal steel player who was a member of the long-running experimental Boston collective Sunburned Hand of the Man, has died. Tom Carter, the Charalambides guitarist who made music with Orleans in the group Eleven Twenty-Nine, confirmed the news in a statement. Some of Orleans’ earliest recording came as a
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