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  1. As the 2nd track off of Kanye West’s 2021 album Donda, the single “Jail,” is well known within the collective global consciousness. The song is steady and simple, using empty space as a vehicle to drive an impacting and suspenseful feel. Rich Furniss felt those traits and was hit by a wave of inspiration, feeling how “Jail,” was begging for someone to uproot it’s stems and transform it into an enhanced version of its former self. “Jail (Rich Furniss Remix)” not only does justice to the original, it sedates the listener with a grace and smoothness that needed to be made.  Rich Furniss · Kanye – Jail (Rich Furniss Remix) Rich Furniss converts what is already a soulfully sunkissed flow and takes it to a more heavenly place – the vocals featuring more echo/delay, the basslines giving off a more crisp disposition, and a soft percussion inclusion that rejects any type of harshness. “Jail (Rich Furniss Remix)” lightens the atmosphere and fuses what’s good about “Jail,” with the best aspects of rich Furniss. Rich Furniss will be performing again at the Electric Hotel in Chicago, USA this December 10th. This date doesn’t just represent a high-caliber event from the solo DJ/producer – it symbolizes a return to the city where he found his love for house music. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Rich Furniss Gives Fresh Take On Kayne’s, ‘Jail’ View the full article
  2. “Neu Butterfly 3000 (Peaches Remix)” and “Shanghai (Dub by the Scientist)” lead Butterfly 30001View the full article
  3. Minimal Effort has built quite a following for putting on two spectacular events each year, having a stellar reputation for being expectation-topplers in the category of what a satisfying electronic music event should include. Throwing a Halloween show and a NYE show year after year, the bi-annual shenanigans continue the momentum once again, not looking to let anyone down considering the volatility that 2020 brought us. Insane sound systems, world-class production, and line ups that make the reader stop and take a 2nd look, is what Minimal Effort has brought to the table once more. Tickets can be found here. Now the NYE season is upon us, expect to see ​Dubfire, Nick Warren, DJ Boring, Layton Giordani, DAVÍ, Option4, Mason Collective, Life On Planets, Sad Money, Human Resources, Hats & Klaps, and others on what is one of the best nights of the year for many. Don’t miss what will be one of the premiere electronic events in LA for NYE festivities. Minimal Effort NYE will be happening ​in downtown LA at the Belasco Theatre, December 31st, starting at 9PM and ending at 4AM. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Minimal Effort Put On NYE Spectacular View the full article
  4. A smart display like the Echo Show can add a bit of convenience and functionality to pretty much any room in the house. Here are the best deals on Echo devices as of Dec. 6: Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen, 2021) — $94.99 $129.99 (save 26%) Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen, 2021) — $44.99 $84.99 (save 47%) Echo Show 8 (1st Gen, 2019) — $59.99 $109.99 (save 45%) Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) Kids — $49.99 $94.99 (save 47%) What's the deal with Amazon Echos? They're not quite iPad substitutes, but they perform all the basic functions you would want from a smart display, like video calling (the otherwise-comparable Google Nest Hub lacks this feature), listening to music, showing weather reports, checking in for security, controlling smart home devices with voice commands, and more. Pick one up for yourself and try it out before gifting it to your friends and family this holiday season. And if you're considering buying it as a gift, be sure to check out estimated shipping times for your preferred mode. Otherwise, you may want to leave the country for Christmas and only come back once all your gifts have been delivered. Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen, 2021) — $94.99 $129.99 (save 26%)One of the newest models that only came out earlier this year in June, the second generation of the Echo Show 8 has a better camera than its predecessor at 13 MP. It uses auto-framing to keep you centered on screen so that you can multitask while chatting. Bustling around the kitchen and cooking as you chat with Grandma? No problem, the Echo Show 8 will automatically pans, zooms, and frames you so she can clearly see your face. Credit: Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen, 2021 release) $94.99 at Amazon (save 26%) Get Deal Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen, 2021) — $44.99 $84.99 (save 47%)The Echo Show 5s are a few square inches smaller than their Echo Show 8 counterparts, but their 5.5" screens are still more than big enough to display your favorite photos. Its 2 MP camera isn't as clear as the 2nd gen Echo Show 8s and its 960 x 480 resolution falls short of the 8's 1280 x 800, but at that size of display, the weather, streaming service screen, or video still look just fine. Plus, it's currently at a deep discount. Credit: Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen, 2021 release) $44.99 at Amazon (save 47%) Get Deal Echo Show 8 (1st Gen, 2019) — $59.99 $109.99 (save 45%)The first generation of the Echo Shows debuted in the second half of 2019, but they've aged well. They use the MediaTek MT 8163 processor instead of the 2nd gen's MediaTek MT 8183 so they're a tad bit slower, but unless you're constantly switching between apps at light speed, the difference is all but negligible. They also use a 1 MP camera, so Grandma won't be able to see the pores on your face (a blessing in disguise). Another disadvantage is that they're not equipped with Zigbee hub, so controlling your smart home devices is a little more challenging, but it can be done, and the rest of the Echo Show's functions are still an option. Credit: Amazon Echo Show 8 (1st Gen, 2019 release) $59.99 at Amazon (save 45%) Get Deal Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) Kids — $49.99 $94.99 (save 47%)This is a great option for entertaining (read: distracting) the kids: Occupy them with educational TV programs, e-books, and movies while simultaneously running a timer on how long they can spend glued to the screen. Purchase of this display includes one year of Amazon Kids+, which gives you access to over 15,000 videos, audiobooks, games, music stations, and more. Parental control is flexible, so you can approve the friends and family before your child makes a call, set content limits, and review activity. The kids' Echo Show 5 even helps with homework. Credit: Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) Kids $49.99 at Amazon (save 47%) Get Deal Explore related content:The best smart speakers: See where the Amazon Echo Dot, others rank Amazon Echo Show 5 vs. Echo Show 8 (2nd gen): Which is right for you? Amazon Echo Show 15 is a smart speaker, picture frame, and TV View the full article
  5. Stereolab, Low, King Krule, Arca, PinkPantheress, Mustafa and others will also perform at Los Angeles State Historic Park in mid-September of next yearView the full article
  6. Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin’s first headlining tour starts in FebruaryView the full article
  7. Eilish directed and edited her latest Happier Than Ever visualView the full article
  8. Looking for something to get the puzzle lover in your life this holiday season? Jumbl puzzle boards are on sale for about 20% off at Amazon as of Dec. 6. But hurry: They're deals of the day, so they won’t last long. Jumbl 1000-Piece Puzzle Board — $64.95 $79.99 (save $15.04) Jumbl 1500-Piece Puzzle Board — $79.95 $99.99 (save $20.04) Puzzles are a great way to pass the time with your family, entertain guests, or just keep your hands and mind busy. But if you don't finish a puzzle in one sitting, your coffee table can quickly become an annoying, perpetual Puzzle Zone. Jumbl puzzle boards help solve this problem: They provide a designated, portable work space for puzzling and puzzle storage. Their stable design lets you work from a table, on the floor, and even in bed. And when you finish your puzzle, you can slide it off the board for framing. These boards come with drawers for organization, storage, and sorting between sessions. Magnets make sure the drawers stay closed for transportation. The Jumbl puzzle boards come in two sizes: one for 1000-piece puzzles and one for 1500-piece puzzles. Jumbl 1000-Piece Puzzle Board — $64.95 $79.99 (save $15.04)Jumbl's 1000-piece puzzle board is 23” x 31” and has four built-in trays that you can use to sort pieces by shapes or colors. Credit: Jumbl Jumbl 1000-Piece Puzzle Board $64.95 at Amazon Get Deal Jumbl 1500-Piece Puzzle Board — $79.95 $99.99 (save $20.04)The larger Jumbl puzzle board is 27” x 35” — perfect for 1500-piece puzzles. It also has six compartments for storage. Credit: Jumbl Jumbl 1500-Piece Puzzle Board $79.95 at Amazon Get Deal Explore related content: These are the best robot vacuums for carpet and rugs A Death Star for cats: Why this WiFi robot kitty litter may be worth $550 From Netflix to HBO Max to Disney+: The best streaming sites for movies View the full article
  9. Scientists at UC Berkeley have created an ultrathin magnet that could make big advances in next-gen memory devices, computing, spintronics, and quantum physics. View the full article
  10. Roboticists from the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology have teamed up with Kennesaw State University’s dance department to create this jaw-dropping collaborative dance performance between humans and robots. View the full article
  11. Creators are the beating pulse of TikTok, as the app frequently proclaims. They are, after all, the force behind viral videos and billions of viewers. But as many creators as there are, TikTok has chosen a select ten, characterized by huge fandoms, millions of followers, and innovative content. Today, TikTok released a major 2021 roundup, with all the trends, filters, and moments that defined this year on the platform. A part of this report is focused on the breakthrough creators, those whose popularity and engagement metrics rose, as well as their influence. "These are the creators who grew massive fandoms with their captivating content," the TikTok newsroom post reads. So who made this sparkling set? Here are the ten people who ruled our FYP pages in 2021. 1. Taylor SwiftShe hardly needs an explanation, but added another accolade under her belt this year. Swift became the reigning queen of TikTok when she joined the app in August 2021. For her 93+ million followers, she jumps onto viral trends, dances with her cats, and teases highly-anticipated music videos. 2. Olivia Rodrigo Rodrigo holds a similar position to Swift on this list, with existing fame that bolsters TikTok success. Her TikTok breakthrough is synced with her skyrocketing music career, which has truly taken off over the past couple of years. The Gen-Z pop artist is no doubt a TikTok favorite, considering its her age group that holds court on the app. With 11.7 million followers, Rodrigo plays around with funky, bespoke filters (mirroring her album aesthetic), sings angelically, and imitates TikTok games. 3. Emily MarikoThere are creators who went viral pretty much overnight, and for various reasons. Take Emily Mariko (@emilymariko), a Bay Area lifestyle vlogger who attained fame in a very 21st century way: with a viral recipe, a touch of ASMR and a resulting array of inspired think-pieces. Her legendary recipe consisted of reheated rice, leftover salmon, seaweed wrappers and carefully-placed cubes of ice. Fast-forward to the end of 2021, and Mariko is synonymous with lifestyle TikTok, noted for her relatability and accessibility alike. 4. Jonathan Graziano Jonathan and his pug Noodles simply follow a daily ritual (of identifying whether it's a "bones" or "no bones" day), but have millions of people tuning it to witness this. The Noodles-Graziano duo appear on the TikTok trend report twice, for both breakthrough creator and sources of joy. 5. Oneya D'AmelioIn a similar vein, creator Oneya D'Amelio (@angryreactions) does exactly what his handle suggests – reacting to and dueting with other videos in increasingly hilarious and emotive ways, all while declaring positive affirmations. I personally recommend his reaction to Zuckerberg's announcement of Meta. 6. Lissette EduardoA blend of humor and positivity is a great way to make a name on TikTok, as Lissette Eduardo (@chikybombomrea) has proven. A creator from the Dominican Republic, Eduardo delivers honest advice, positive messages, and underscores every piece of content with the purpose of empowering women. 7. Dr ShahBreaking through the TikTok noise is also accomplished by teaching people things, shedding light on new and old information, or simply delivering tutorials. After all, the app has become a guide to hacks of all sorts, from cooking to beauty. To attest to this is the presence of Dr Shah (@dermdoctor), a dermatologist who presents viral skincare and beauty videos, a blend of advice and suggestions. 8. Mikayla NogueiraSimilar to Dr. Shah, TikTok has deemed beauty guru Mikayla Nogueira (@mikaylanogueira) another breakout star. She posts makeup reviews, fantastical gold and emerald hued tutorials, and does it all with a lot of laughs. 9. Chef PuffTikTok is also just...weird. The platform is a place for the unexpected, the never-before-seen, the cute. It's no surprise then that Chef Puff (@thatlittlepuff) made the cut of 2021 honorees. These videos are creative, with a little cat chef (yes, really), watching recipes, debunking food myths, and just generally being adorably addictive. Just watch him meowing over mooncakes and you'll get the gist of this account. 10. Anna SitarOn the note of funny creators who don't really fit into one niche of TikTok comes Anna Sitar, who often just speaks to followers, takes them through her self-care chronicles (which means a trip to Target), singing makeup routines, and very frequent Starbucks (or "Starbies") runs. While TikTok's main list was focused on the US for now, they also gave a shout-out to global creators too: @abbyroberts, @BTS_official_bighit, and @thedutchgoalkeeper. The ultimate breakout star, though, is @khaby.lame, who has 122 million followers. The Italy-based creator has made headlines for his burgeoning fame on the platform, rising well above the rest. For more information on this year's top creators, check out the TikTok newsroom here. View the full article
  12. SAVE $200: As of Dec. 6, the Shark EZ Robot Vacuum 913S is just $299 at Walmart — that's $200 off its usual price. If you're looking for a robot vacuum that won't break the bank, this one leaves your floors sparkling and your wallet happy. Your guests will arrive sooner than you think for holiday celebrations — and you surely don't want dirty floors to be the first thing they notice. Investing in a robot vacuum is an easy path to sparkling floors. As of Dec. 6, you can snag the budget-friendly Shark EZ Robot Vacuum 913s on sale for just $299 at Walmart. Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have passed, but this deal still saves you an impressive $200 on the usual price tag. SEE ALSO: The best robot vacuums for carpet and rugs Ideal for newcomers to the smart home world, the Shark EZ Robot 913s is beginner-friendly with easily accessible smart features. It connects to the SharkClean app and Google Assistant, so you can start or schedule cleanings with your voice or a single tap. It methodically cleans your rooms row by row to collect dirt and debris, then heads back to the base and empties itself after each session. It can hold weeks of dirt and debris, too, so you can basically put vacuuming on the back burner until the holidays are over. Whether you're trying to tame the mountains of pet hair taking over your home, pick up the crumbs your unruly kids leave everywhere, or just keep up with regular floor maintenance, Shark's powerful suction has you covered. It can tackle large and small debris, as well as both carpets and hard floors. And just in time for the season you need it most, you can slash $200 off this robot helper. Credit: Shark Shark EZ Robot Vacuum 913s $299 at Walmart (save $200) Get Deal Explore related content:The best robot vacuums for every budget The best self-emptying robot vacuums to take yet another cleaning task off your hands These are the best robot vacuums for keeping small spaces sparkling clean View the full article
  13. SAVE $81: Stop toiling over the stove this holiday season and scoop up a Ninja Foodi that will help you get meals on the table faster. As of Dec. 6, grab a 10-in-1 Ninja Foodi pressure cooker and air fryer for only $118.99 — a 40% discount. Folks who missed or opted out of Black Friday and Cyber Monday: You're not completely out of luck. There are still tons of sweet discounts on small kitchen appliances, from coffee makers to multicookers. If Instant Pot just isn't your thing, the Ninja Foodi is a solid alternative for an all-in-one kitchen appliance. And as of Dec. 6, the Ninja Foodi OS301 is on sale at Amazon for only $118.99, its previous lowest Amazon price. This Foodi model can pressure cook, slow cook, steam, make yogurt, sear/sauté, air fry, bake/roast, broil, dehydrate, and warm, and is roomy enough to feed the whole family. The 6.5-quart cooking pot is big enough to prepare a five-pound chicken or a six-pound roast, and the 4.6-quart Cook & Crisp Plate can air fry up to three pounds of french fries at a time (so you can skip the fast food). In the box, you'll also get a nesting broiling rack, so you can create another layer and cook even more food when you use the steam or broil functions. All the included accessories are dishwasher-safe, too. If you take advantage of this deal ASAP, you'll get it in time to delegate all your holiday cooking to the Ninja Foodi — which means less time in the kitchen and more quality time spent with family. Credit: Ninja Ninja OS301 Foodi 10-in-1 Pressure Cooker and Air Fryer $118.99 at Amazon (save $81) Get Deal Explore related content:Instant Pot vs. Ninja Foodi: We compare the top kitchen gadgets Which Instant Pot should you buy? Here's a breakdown. The best air fryers for making crispy food faster than the oven View the full article
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  15. Our weekly playlist highlights songs that our writers, editors, and contributors are listening to on repeatView the full article
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