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JPEGMAFIA’s got another new song that arrives with a self-directed music video. The new track, called “THE BENDS!,” opens with a sample of Donald Trump speaking at a November 2019 event in Atlanta called “Black Voices for Trump.” Peggy raps on the song, “My leader treat me like a enemy,” and also alludes to Trump’s […]

Alex Johnston · BA Hons in music theory, music technology and musicology This is an interesting question. An awful lot of people feel like modern music is getting worse, or at least that older music is better music, and I addressed this at some length in Alex Johnston’s answer to Why do people insist that […]

Both artists’ work highlights the plight of the “common man”, but the different places they come from — Springsteen from Freehold, New Jersey, Mellencamp from Seymour, Indiana — color their music. Mellencamp’s music evokes visions of farmers and small-town, Midwestern country folk. Springsteen is more about the blue-collar, East Coast working class. Mellencamp’s music also […]

Dylan: “I’m in awe ofMcCartney. He’s the only one I’m in awe of. He can do it all. And he’snever let up…He’s just so damn effortless.” He can Play every Instrument and sing anything,, I wish he would stop, he makes me sick ( said as a joke) McCartney: Paul McCartney is nice enough to […]

Chris Austin · Guitarist & been listening to Mark Knopfler for lot of years Mark Knopfler can’t be measured against any (or at least most of) guitarist of his prime (70s, 80s) or before him (60s) or after his prime (90s). You could compare a lot of guitarists for their time e.g Eric Clapton, Jimmy […]

The album arrives on the spiritual leader’s 85th birthday The Dalai Lama has announced Inner World, an album of teachings and mantras set to music. The 11-track album is being released through Khandro Music and L.A. Reid’s HitCo Entertainment and arrives July 6, which is also the Dalai Lama’s 85th birthday. Inner World features sitar player Anoushka Shankar and is co-produced by […]

Hardcore, reggae, hip-hop, and Beyoncé provide the soundtrack to protests against police brutality and systemic racism The recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and others have sparked widespread international protests over the span of several days. With hundreds of people speaking out against systemic racism and police brutality, music is playing a […]

Beyoncé was among the speakers for Barack and Michelle Obama’s YouTube “Dear Class of 2020” virtual graduation ceremony today. During her commencement address, she discussed the protests surrounding the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. Watch her entire speech below. “Thank you for using your collective voice and letting the worlds know that black lives […]

Trolls World Tour was released in the United States in a limited amount of theaters on April 10, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, it was also released through video on demand on the same day. After Cloud Guy brings a rather strange summary of the previous movie, the scene changes to a tribe of […]

Charli XCX has shared the second music video from her forthcoming quarantine album how i’m feeling now. Her new “claws” visual, directed by Charli XCX and Charlotte Rutherford, follows last month’s “forever” clip. The proudly homemade “claws” video blends special effects with behind-the-scenes looks at the actual green screen and filming process. Watch below. how i’m feeling now is Charli […]


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