Music

Haim Slice Up Cold Cuts, Music Industry Sexism in ‘Man From the Magazine’ Video

Him have reunited with regular collaborator Paul Thomas Anderson for a new music video for “Man from the Magazine,” off the group’s most recent album, Women in Music Pt. III. The video is set at the famed Los Angeles restaurant, Canter’s Deli, where the cover photo for Women in Music …

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Fleet Foxes Work Through Trust Issues Via Dance in ‘Can I Believe You’ Video

Fleet Foxes have released a new video for “Can I Believe You,” a track off their most recent album, Shore. The clip was directed by Sean Pecknold — brother of Fleet Foxes frontman, Robin Pecknold — and boasts a simple but compelling concept and an alluring aesthetic. In a statement, …

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Watch Angel Olsen’s Intimate ‘Tiny Desk (Home) Concert’

Angel Olsen player an intimate solo mini-gig on her porch for the latest installment of NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concert. For the four-song set, Olsen delivered “Whole New Mess,” “What It Is (What It Is)” and “Waving, Smiling” — from her similarly stripped-down new album Whole New Mess, an …

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See Brad Paisley Channel Eddie Van Halen in ‘Hot for Teacher’ Cover

Brad Paisley paid tribute to Eddie Van Halen on Tuesday, following news of the guitarist’s death at the age of 65. The country picker, equally known for his blazing-fast licks and chart-topping hits, was one of many players influenced by Van Halen. “I loved everything about the fire and style …

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Cocteau Twins’ Simon Raymonde Announces New Lost Horizons Album

Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins) and Richie Thomas (Dif Juz) are putting out a new album under the project name Lost Horizons. The double LP, titled In Quiet Moments, will be released in two parts on December 4th, 2020, and February 26th, 2021, respectively, and will feature collaborations with Porridge Radio, Marissa …

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Pitbull Sets Two Pay-Per-View Concerts for National Hispanic Heritage Month

Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. Rapper Pitbull is teaming up with the live streaming and podcast platform, LivexLive, for two special concerts, set …

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Mariah Carey’s Former Engineer Details Secret Alt-Rock Album Recording

Just before releasing her highly anticipated memoir, Mariah Carey dropped a bombshell that shook even her most diehard Lambs: in 1995, the elusive chanteuse recorded and released an alternative rock album under the name Chick. “I was exploring my musical range, but I was also filled with rage,” she wrote …

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Jay Electronica Releases Long-Awaited Project ‘Act II: The Patents of Nobility (The Turn)’

Jay Electronica has finally released his album, Act II: The Patents of Nobility (The Turn), eight years after first revealing the tracklist and 13 years after first teasing the project. The album is available via Tidal and features contributions from Jay-Z, The-Dream, LaTonya Givens, and the Bullitts. Jay Electronica also …

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Miley Cyrus Brings ‘MTV Unplugged’ to Her Los Angeles Backyard

Miley Cyrus is bringing MTV Unplugged to her backyard on Friday, October 16th with MTV Unplugged Presents Miley Cyrus Backyard Sessions. The show will air in the U.S. at 7 p.m. on MTV exclusively. Cyrus previously appeared on Unplugged in 2014. From her L.A. backyard, Cyrus will perform “Gimme More” …

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Prince’s ‘Sign o’ the Times’ Returns to Albums Chart Following Massive Reissue

In 1987, Prince released Sign o’ the Times, a double-album masterpiece which showed his breathtaking range — from aching balladry to brittle funk, lush pop to stomping rock — without sacrificing ankle-breaking danceability. And now, it’s back on the charts.  Sign o’ the Times encompassed 16 songs, but that was …

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