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  2. Title: Direct Artist: Petrique Style: Deep House Label: Black Delta Records Listen to the release here and get your own copy! Available Now From: Beatport Junodownload DJTunes DJShop iTunes Amazon Maybe you will be interested our 12" EP release: Title: Places Artist: Kip5 Style: Dub Techno, Minimal, Deep Label: SM Records Format: 12" Catalog number: SMR001 This is the first release from the SM Records label which introduces you a great musical producer from Russia, Egor Zakharov creating his music under the name of Kip5. The Places release consists of 4 pieces of his own played in dub techno style. The release is opened by a mysterious piece charming in its serenity, Here which smoothly flows into a romantic, very gentle There track. At the other side of the release, you will continue your travelling to the Somewhere composition which has pronounced deep sounding. At last, your exciting travelling will finish to the atmospheric Nowhere track which can help you get rest, relax, have a cup of coffee. While listening, you’ll visit all those wonderful places and come back in great spirits. Facebook page: Thank you for your Support!
  3. Like many other countries throughout Europe, Ireland is no stranger to pirate site blocking efforts. The Pirate Bay was blocked back in 2009, as part of a voluntary agreement between copyright holders and local ISP Eircom. A few years later the High Court ordered other major Internet providers to follow suit. However, The Pirate Bay is not the only ‘infringing’ site out there. The Motion Picture Association (MPA) has therefore asked the Commercial Court to expand the blockades to other sites. On behalf of several major Hollywood studios, the group most recently targeted a group of the most used torrent and streaming sites;,,,,,, and On Monday the Commercial Court sided with the movie studios ordering all major Irish ISPs to block the sites. The latest order applies to Eircom, Sky Ireland, Vodafone Ireland, Virgin Media Ireland, Three Ireland, Digiweb, Imagine Telecommunications and Magnet Networks. According to Justice Brian McGovern, the movie studios had made it clear that the sites in question infringed their copyrights. As such, there are “significant public interest grounds” to have them blocked. Irish Examiner reports that none of the ISPs opposed the blocking request. This means that new pirate site blockades are mostly a formality now. MPA EMEA President and Managing Director Stan McCoy is happy with the outcome, which he says will help to secure jobs in the movie industry. “As the Irish film industry is continuing to thrive, the MPA is dedicated to supporting that growth by combatting the operations of illegal sites that undermine the sustainability of the sector,” McCoy says. “Preventing these pirate sites from freely disturbing other people’s work will help us provide greater job security for the 18,000 people employed through the Irish film industry and ensure that consumers can continue to enjoy high quality content in the future.” The MPA also obtained similar blocks against,, and last year, which remain in effect to date. The torrent and streaming sites that were targeted most recently have millions of visitors worldwide. While the blockades will make it harder for the Irish to access them directly, history has shown that some people circumvent these measures or simply move to other sites. Several of the targeted sites themselves are also keeping a close eye on these blocking efforts and are providing users with alternative domains to bypass the restrictions, at least temporarily. As such, it would be no surprise if the Hollywood studios return to the Commercial Court again in a few months. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. We also have VPN discounts, offers and coupons View the full article
  4. Airbnb has today announced a new feature that will help users manage their payments on the platform. The feature, aptly albeit unimaginatively named Pay Less Up Front, lets users pay for a part of their trip upon booking and the rest near the time of check-in. Before now, Airbnb users had to pay 100 percent of their booking up front. For weekend trips, that wasn’t such a big deal. But… Read More View the full article
  5. Listen to a new posse cut from Brian, Trippie Redd, Joji, Kris Wu & Baauer called "18." the full article
  6. AngelList has expanded its syndicates program to India in the latest overseas move for the US crowdfunding platform. The launch comes some 18 months after we reported that AngelList had hired Utsav Somani to launch the service and develop its business generally in India, where it also offers its hiring product. Syndicates was launched in the US in 2013 with the purpose of giving… Read More View the full article
  7. Berner releases new star-studded project called "The Big Pescado," featuring Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, Game, Jeremih & more. the full article
  8. Listen to Dave East's new T.I.-featured song "Annoying," off his "Paranoia 2" tape. the full article
  9. Saudi Arabia has just lifted a 35-year-old ban on cinemas, and picked an, uh, interesting movie for the first screening. Ready? The Emoji Movie. Yep. The very first film hitting cinema screens in three and a half decades was 2017's animated feature about a city populated by talking emojis. It's currently sitting at 9 percent on Rotten Tomatoes — although, granted, it has a 39 percent audience score. And it's targeted at children. SEE ALSO: 'The Emoji Movie' has a lovely, timely message. It's not evil. Ignore the meanies. But hey, let's celebrate the fact that it was shown at all. The conservative kingdom's Ministry of Culture and Information agreed to issue licenses for cinemas on Dec. 11, 2017. According to Reuters, the country's first permanent theatres could open as early as March 2018, and the authorities are sponsoring temporary cinemas for now — one, in Jeddah's cultural hall, apparently has a popcorn machine. Films will be censored to adhere to the "moral values" of the kingdom — exactly what these censored films look like remains to be seen. Read more... More about Saudi Arabia, Cinema, Ban, The Emoji Movie, and EntertainmentView the full article
  10. Spiders on their own are disconcerting enough. So how about a sack full of tiny little crawling spiders? A video of a funnel web egg being cut open to reveal hundreds of the arachnids inside was posted on the Facebook page of the Australian Reptile Park on Sunday. SEE ALSO: 7 new spider species get their names from 'Game of Thrones' and other hits The park acknowledged it's the "stuff of nightmares" for some people in its post, but said it loves these finds. It's because the Australian Reptile Park is the only place in the country that milks funnel web spiders of their venom, which is used to make antivenom. Read more... More about Australia, Animals, Spiders, Spider, and CultureView the full article
  11. Dave East finally releases his "Paranoia 2" project featuring Tory Lanez, T.I., Lloyd Banks, and more. the full article
  12. Twitter is pushing back against claims made by conservative activist group Project Veritas that its employees monitor private user data, including direct messages. In a statement to BuzzFeed News, a Twitter representative said “we do not proactively review DMs. Period. A limited number of employees have access to such information, for legitimate work purposes, and we enforce strict… Read More View the full article
  13. Following last year’s album Gone Now View the full article
  14. Out now, stream Dave East's new project "Paranoia 2," featuring Tory Lanez, T.I., Lloyd Banks, and more! the full article
  15. Listen to Lloyd Banks' new freestyle over AZ's "Sugar Hill." the full article
  16. MacGowan’s 60th birthday celebration took place in Dublin View the full article
  17. Migos' highly anticipated "Culture 2" album is just weeks away. the full article
  18., an online platform and events organizer for startups, announced today that it has been acquired by digital marketing firm MVF. The deal’s terms were undisclosed. Read More View the full article
  19. Their Culture sequel is coming very soon View the full article
  20. XXXTentacion's "Jocelyn Flores" record has gone double platinum. the full article
  21. Check out Sylvan LaCue's new video for "Coffee Break." the full article
  22. Denzel Curry and IDK have some heat on the way. the full article
  23. Over 1000 people have been charged for sharing sexually explicit content without consent on Facebook in the biggest case of its kind in Denmark. According to Danish police, two videos and a sexually explicit image involving two 15-year-olds were originally posted to Facebook Messenger, the platform's private chat service. The video was then shared hundreds of times across the platform, and now, a total of 1,004 young people have been charged — and about 800 are male, reports Bloomberg. While the content was posted by someone within Denmark, it's unclear if everyone accused of sharing it are from the country. Read more... More about Facebook, Crime, Denmark, Revenge Porn, and Nudes View the full article
  24. It features Trouble and Shad Da God View the full article
  25. Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles has stepped forward to say "me too," accusing former USA Gymnastics team physician Larry Nassar of sexual abuse. The 20-year-old athlete's statement on Monday comes after more than 100 women have made sexual assault accusations against Nassar, including athletes Gabby Douglas, Aly Raisman, and McKayla Maroney. SEE ALSO: Athlete's #MeToo story sheds light on Asia's reluctance to discuss sexual assault "Please believe me when I say it was a lot harder to first speak those words out loud that it is now to put them on paper. There are many reasons that I have been reluctant to share my story, but I know now it is not my fault," Biles wrote. Read more... More about Sports, Olympics, Sexual Harassment, Activism, and Sexual AssaultView the full article
  26. You know a meme has gone too far when grocery stores respond by locking up all the Tide Pods. Several stores including Walmart, Walgreens, Ralph's, and Food 4 Less have locked up Tide Pods in plastic blocks or behind glass doors, according to recent social media reports. The protective measure comes as the Tide Pods internet challenge and meme hits peak stupidity. SEE ALSO: Chrissy Teigen just shared an observation about Trump you won't be able to unread y’all really joked around so much that tide put their tide pods in plastic boxes...smh — ㅤnavid (@NavidHasan_) January 13, 2018 Read more... More about Memes, Internet Challenge, Tide Pods, Tide Pod Challenge, and Forbidden Snacks View the full article
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