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  1. North American shows in support of So Much (for) Stardust begin in JuneView the full article
  2. Tweedy recorded the 1940 pro-labor standard as a bonus cut for the soundtrack to Jesse Eisenberg’s new comedy-drama, When You Finish Saving the WorldView the full article
  3. “Dibujos de Mi Alma” leads the group’s first studio LP since 2019View the full article
  4. “We believe the best way to remember the musicians we lose is to play their songs. ‘The Plan’ has always been one of our favorite Low songs and is presented here in tribute to Mimi.”—Benjamin GibbardView the full article
  5. “There was no one like Tom,” Smith wrote in The New Yorker. “He possessed the child’s gift of transforming a drop of water into a poem that somehow begat music.”View the full article
  6. The new edition of the beloved French touch compilation includes a Britney Spears remix, a previously unreleased track with Annie, and moreView the full article
  7. Desire, I Want to Turn Into You includes a collaboration with Grimes and Dido called “Fly to You”View the full article
  8. The Texas-born singer-songwriter’s second LP arrives in AprilView the full article
  9. Numerous reports published by the European Union over the past decade have linked higher levels of content piracy with lacking availability of legal content. Restricted access to legal offers fuels the perception among citizens that piracy is an acceptable option, which in turn leads to higher levels of pirated content consumption. One way to combat that is by making content available and raising awareness, through the EU’s Agorateka platform, for example. Member State Lithuania has faced criticism for its high piracy rates, including an EU finding in 2022 that 43% of young people mainly access movies from illegal sources. However, when Agorateka sends citizens to the country’s “Buy Legally” portal which doesn’t appear to exist, that doesn’t help when the same EU report (pdf) found that 50% of people said they would stop pirating content if it was made available legally. Filmai – A Pirate Movie Service Like No Other Filmai is the most famous movie and TV show piracy site in Lithuania. Founded in 2009 when access to legal content was exponentially worse than it is even today, Filmai is no ordinary piracy platform. So that Lithuanians can access and enjoy international movies, the site hires translators and voice actors to create Lithuanian language streams and downloads. Since this costs money, Lithuanian visitors mostly pay to access the service. In 2021, it was revealed that Lithuanian officials were Filmai users. At the same time, two alleged administrators of the site were under criminal investigation. Filmai had been infiltrated by anti-piracy investigators posing as translators. The team reportedly earned 111.17 euros for their work, and payment was sent to their PayPal account. The fates of two alleged operators of Filmai were announced yesterday. One Conviction, One Acquittal Following a legal process that took more than five years, relating to the activities of two men between 2010 and 2017, the Kaunas District Court handed down its decision last Friday. One of the defendants was acquitted of all wrongdoing but the other wasn’t so lucky. The Lithuanian man, who hasn’t been named, was ordered to pay almost 50,000 euros in fines to rightsholders including 38,000 euros to the Lithuanian Copyright Collective Administration Association (LATGA) and 11,000 euros to All Media Lithuania (TV3 television). The most significant component of the sentence is a confiscation order. Assets worth almost 200,000 euros will be seized from the defendant, who is also required to compensate LATGA for its legal costs. LATGA Celebrates Win In a statement issued yesterday, LATGA welcomes the district court’s verdict since it also serves as a reminder that takedown notices and ISP blocking are not the only anti-piracy options available to rightsholders. “The legal acts also provide for the possibility to apply for the application of criminal liability to specific persons who administer illegal websites and receive financial benefits from such activities, at the same time claiming against them claims for compensation for property damage,” says LATGA director Laura Baškevičienė. “This court decision only confirms that copyright violations are taken seriously and can lead to serious legal consequences.” Filmai Appears to Be Thriving While Filmai has suffered some downtime over the past few years, the site appears to be thriving. During the last three months of 2022, Filmai.in received around 1.8 million visitors per month, despite the site’s domains being blocked by internet service providers. Legal competitor Go3.lt receives around 1.9 million visits per month. Also of interest is the significant amount of traffic Filmai attracts from abroad. Around 38% of the site’s total traffic comes from outside Lithuania, with the United Kingdom (19%), Norway (7%), Sweden (4%) taking the top spots according to SimilarWeb stats. For reasons that aren’t entirely clear, visitors from Ireland recently increased by 78% and now account for 3% of Filmai’s overall traffic. All of this helps to maintain Filmai’s position among the top 120 most-visited sites in Lithuania. Finally, it appears that Filmai also shared some of its spoils with the state. The entity behind the site paid around 287,000 euros in VAT over the years and between 2015 and 2017, declared another 56,000 euros in VAT as payable. That in itself doesn’t render the site legal but it does suggest demand in what appears to be an underserved market. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more. View the full article
  10. Rich Fayden is one of those pioneers in the music industry. One could call him a musical hipster because he did many things well before they were cool. For his music on its own, his origins in NYC appear strongly throughout his discography as he makes that specific area’s sound with the utmost affection. All that grime and concrete jungle rising from Manhattan’s foundations can be heard within his output. His latest drop, “Don’t Be Cruel,” shows his uncanny ability to take what he grew up with and recontextualize it into something new. Originally a new jack swing track, he reimagines it as a lumbering beast of a track. Chill yet with darker undertones, he crafts that classic into a thing that speaks very much toward the present. With a lot of the focus on dance and pop going more for muscle rather than speed, the song has this rumbling bass frequency that has a sheer cinematic quality to it. With a keen eye for detail and passion in abundance, Fayden is no stranger to delivering high-level performances. The studio always presents an exciting prospect – this time being no different as the musician sought to perfectly capture that same energy within his cover of this one iconic song from years ago. A bass groove set things in motion, followed soon after with vivid synth melodies and creative vocal leads pitched down – culminating into a hit remake sure to stand out amongst its contemporaries! Beyond his roots in music, he started in the music scene of NYC in person before quickly realizing some of the other elements that would become highly influential moving forward. His scouting of another talent, giving them a chance to be heard, began on Talent Match and the quintessential Myspace. He started doing that around 2003, well before anybody else even thought to do such a thing. Thus, something is future-facing about Rich Fayden in his music and demeanor that has helped to increase his relevancy as the industry has followed his lead. As we welcome a new year, Rich Fayden is eager to keep producing memorable tracks. He keeps his production style simple and true to form by focusing on signature elements that make songs genuinely iconic. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: From the Dance Floor to the Studio: Rich Fayden’s Musical Evolution & Staying Iconic in 2023. View the full article
  11. Scotty Huss is a versatile artist located in who was brought up in Port Charlotte in Florida. He discovered his passion for music at a young age by listening to hip-hop and pop in his bedroom. Scotty moved to Miami from his hometown in Port Charlotte to network and build connections in the music industry. Independence, financial freedom, and impact are his main goals for his music career. He currently owns a record label and a publishing company and has no plans on slowing down anytime soon. ‘I’m On Go” is a feel-good song that makes anyone wanna get in their bag. On release day the song peaked at number 13 on the American Hip Hop charts and the video is approaching 1 million views on Youtube. Scotty Huss has also accumulated over 2 million Instagram followers and is constantly working on branding and content creation. In 2023 fans can expect Scotty’s debut album and some surprise major collaborations. Instagram This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Scotty Huss is enjoying the success of his hit single “I’m On Go” View the full article
  12. A woman claims that Manson sexually abused her multiple times in 1995 when she was 16 years oldView the full article
  13. Word Life, the king of Fresh, has caught the attention of the music industry with his latest hit single “Magic City.” Not only has he earned the respect of renowned rapper Fat Joe, but the track has also caught the attention of major media outlets. Fat Joe’s cosign is a significant achievement, as it showcases that the artist has reached a level of skill and creativity that’s worthy of recognition by one of the industry’s most respected figures. Media outlets have also taken notice, praising the track for its unique sound and undeniable hit potential. “Magic City” showcases Word Life’s ability to blend different styles and create a sound that’s entirely his own, it’s a track that’s both fresh and familiar at the same time. The music video, which was created in partnership with Dallas-based media company First Eye Media, uses virtual production and a led wall sound stage to create an immersive experience that’s unlike anything else in the independent music scene. This video is one of the first independent artist to have such a high-quality video. As one of the most consistent and compelling artists in the game, Word Life exudes star power and it’s only a matter of time before he’s turning down label deals. With Fat Joe’s recognition and the attention of major media outlets, “Magic City” is a hit single that’s not to be missed. Don’t miss out on the magic – check out “Magic City” now. Check out the music video on Youtube: Instagram This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Word Life’s Single “Magic City” wins Recognition from Fat Joe View the full article
  14. After a two-year hiatus, Movement Detroit came back bigger and better than ever last year with a lineup that had attendee’s eager to flood the concrete oasis that is Hart Plaza. Well, that same excitement is in the air with the release of a teaser lineup filled to the brim with top-tier talent, both old and new names alike. One major standout among the list is that of Underworld, whose debut headlining performance at the festival has long been anticipated. They are joined by Belgian Techno star Charlotte de Witte on the mainstage to round out two of the three main slots. Along with these recognizable names comes a slew of first-time performances: Swedish-born producer DJ Seinfeld; UK’s breakout dance music producer TSHA; Brooklyn-based electronic music producer and vocalist Ela Minus; Italian Techno live artist Giorgia Angiuli; Philadelphia-born, Berlin-based producer LSDXOXO; as well as Berlin-based Techno producer and DJ SPFDJ. And while these new names are thrilling to see, one can’t help but be impressed with the caliber of talent returning to Detroit in 2023. Enigmatic House legend and Detroit favorite Moodymann is back after ten years since his last festival appearance. Alongside him, fans will be able to catch acclaimed Canadian electronic music producer and writer Caribou; New York House music icons Louie Vega and Kenny Dope as Masters At Work; Detroit Techno pioneers Robert Hood (live) and Carl Craig; Chicago House luminary Green Velvet; Detroit’s ‘first lady of wax’ DJ Minx; renowned UK Techno producer Surgeon; and a House-heavy b2b set from Australian producer Dom Dolla and breakout Chicago House star John Summit. In typical Movement fashion, they have kept up with bringing an utterly authentic experience to Detroit, emphasizing authenticity and a lineup that showcases differing styles, identities, artists, and more. In addition, they have continuously shown their fingers on the pulse of what current dance music fans are craving. 3-Day and 1-Day passes for both GA and VIP are Now On Sale at Movementfestival.com. Photo courtesy of the Movement Facebook page This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Movement Detroit Drops Teaser Lineup with Underworld, Charlotte de Witte, FJAAK View the full article
  15. “We have a significant number of cases and survivors who are equally in need of the resources that have been expended on Mr. Kelly’s cases,” said state attorney Kim FoxxView the full article
  16. If you can name one Knock2 song, it’s probably his breakout his “dashstar*”. However, the talented artist is making sure he isn’t resting on his laurels with his newest EP, ROOM202. On Twitter, he wrote, “I wanted the sonics of room202 ep to reflect why I fell in love with dance music in the first place. I grew up listening to the electro era n everything on the radio in the 2010s. I fucking loved how fun the music was. the melodies.. rhythms.. everything was soo infectious man.” The EP contains four fresh songs in addition to the two previously-released singles, “Make U SWEAT!” and “gettin’ hott.” Every song is perfectly aligned with his unique sound, while still pushing to explore something new and nostalgic each time. Many of the elements, especially as you might hear them in “JUMP in,” are shared by a lot of that crew, including ISOxo and FrostTop. But they way each artist is able to embody the same spirit with different influences and takes is what makes each of them, not least of all Knock2, special. “All the IDS played in the set were demos and it only came to be finished as the release date came. I loved the entire process of writing and finishing this EP,” Knock2 said. “I bought a new laptop and took it all the way to Vienna, Austria, to visit my girlfriend that I haven’t seen in months. Nothing beats working in an unfamiliar place but finding comfort with the people you love. I wanted to bring back that special energy I felt listening to old electro and pop electronic music, but also push the soundscape further in today’s sonics. That’s why I got DEV on one of the records because I knew her voice was gonna spark a core memory for my generation.” He continued, “I wanted to showcase my range as a writer and producer creating genre-bending moments. As I’m typing this, the EP has not been finished yet. I feel the pressure, but I believe pressure creates moments. So here I am again, trying to prove one.” Collaborations with DEV and Fussy on “Are U Feelin Me” and “Rock Ur World” definitely bring the whole EP to another level with a slight hint of pop, and especially nostalgia. Check out the full EP below now! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Knock2 drops highly anticipated ‘ROOM202’ EP following sold out tour run View the full article
  17. After being sued by DISH Network in 2021, former Nitro TV operators Alex Galindo, Anna Galindo, Martha Galindo, and Osvaldo Galindo, made no real attempt to fight the lawsuit. Why that decision was taken is still unknown, but court records suggest that throwing money away on a case that couldn’t be won might be one of the possibilities. The downside is that the plaintiffs went completely unchallenged, including when they requested and received a damages award in excess of $100 million last June. Cash Disappeared, House Remained After receiving the green light, DISH began searching for the defendants’ assets, including more than $10 million generated by the Nitro TV service. Four banks that had received deposits of more than $9 million complied with disclosure requests; two reported no active accounts, one confirmed a $49.00 balance, and the final account was in the red. Finding the cupboard bare, DISH moved in on the defendants’ house in Friendswood, Texas. Since the property might qualify for homestead protection, DISH presented evidence to the court to show that Nitro TV subscription revenue was used to pay for the house. With the defendants entirely absent from the legal process, the court ordered the United States Marshal Service to levy and sell the property. Out of nowhere, the defendants suddenly decided that wasn’t going to happen. The House is Off Limits In a motion to alter or amend the judgment “to prevent a clear error or manifest injustice,” counsel for Alex Galindo explained that his client bought the house in Friendswood in March 2020 and declared it his home. “The Texas Constitution provides special protections for the homestead separate and distinct from protections afforded other types of property,” the motion reads. “Because constitutional homestead rights protect citizens from losing their homes, statutes relating to homestead rights are liberally construed to protect the homestead.” DISH evidence linked 99% of the house purchase price to sales of illegal IPTV subscriptions. The company argued that homestead protection is not available when a property is purchased with wrongfully acquired funds. To support that claim, DISH cited another case – Deluxe Barber School, LLC and Bonifice I. Mbaka – but according to counsel for Galindo, an important detail means that his house still enjoys protection. No Money Was Stolen In a nutshell, Deluxe Barber involved a foreclosure on a property that was purchased with stolen cash. The strong suggestion here is that since the cash at issue in the Nitro case wasn’t stolen and wasn’t earned by DISH, Deluxe Barber is unhelpful to the broadcaster. “[T]hese funds were never possessed, or even earned, by the Plaintiffs. There is no evidence that such funds belonged to the Plaintiffs or that Defendants stole or wrongfully acquired funds directly from Plaintiffs,” the motion reads. The 99% figure is also important, the motion adds. It argues that since the account used to buy the property contained personal funds and money “potentially earned” from legitimate transactions, just one percent of legitimate funding would mean homestead rights under the Texas Constitution, especially since Texas courts “liberally construe statutes” relating to homestead rights. Predictably, DISH sees things quite differently. DISH: Don’t Undo The Correct Decision In calling for the motion to be dismissed, DISH cites the history of the lawsuit, using the Court’s own words to state its position. The defendants operated an “illegal streaming service called Nitro TV, through which the defendants pirated the plaintiffs’ television programming and sold that content to Nitro TV’s subscribers,” the court’s judgment reads. The Court also handed down a statutory damages award of $100,363,000 – the defendants didn’t challenge the award in June 2022, and they aren’t challenging it now, DISH adds. Furthermore, the defendants were served with a motion relating to the house in October 2022, and a month later after receiving no response, the Court found that the property does not warrant homestead protection. “Defendants moved the Fifth Circuit to stay the sale of the Friendswood Property – making essentially the same arguments raised here – and that motion was denied,” DISH notes. “Defendants’ motion for reconsideration should likewise be denied as there are no grounds warranting the extraordinary remedy of reconsideration and, even if reconsidered, the Court’s Order allowing the sale of the Friendswood Property is supported by the undisputed facts and well-established Texas law.” The Money Wasn’t Stolen But Fraud Works Too Addressing Galindo’s assertion that stolen money wasn’t used to buy the house, DISH draws attention to “analogous Florida laws” where homestead protection did not apply because funds were “fraudulently obtained.” Furthermore, if the house was indeed a homestead, it wasn’t designated as such for tax purposes. “Defendants fail to show entitlement to the extraordinary remedy of reconsideration. Defendants’ motion to alter or amend the Court’s Order authorizing the U.S. Marshal to levy and sell the Friendswood Property and apply the proceeds towards the satisfaction of Plaintiffs’ judgment should be denied in all respects,” DISH concludes. Galindo’s motion to alter/amend and the DISH response can be found here (1,2,3 pdf) From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more. View the full article
  18. With four singles under their belts, Kx5 – the collaborative project between Kaskade and deadmau5 – officially has a release date for their debut, self-titled album. Announced over the weekend, Kx5 will arrive March 17. To date, fans have been able to listen to “Escape” on repeat, rage to “Avalanche,” get nostalgic on “Take Me High,” and melt into “Alive.” Fans were also to experience the largest electronic music concert in over a decade in Los Angeles as Kx5 played to approximately 60,000 people at the Memorial Coliseum. No tracklist has been revealed yet for the album, but their single with Sofi Tukker is apparently up next. You can pre-save the album here. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The debut album from Kx5 has an official release date View the full article
  19. The 17th annual Tomorrowland in Boom, Belgium is upon us. As in years past, the European festival dropped their lineup all at once, in simple A-Z order, leading to a lineup flyer that you’ll need a magnifying glass to read but you’ll love every line. Set to welcome more than 600 of the world’s best electronic music artists across 14 mesmerizing stages during two weekends of magic in De Schorre, Tomorrowland Belgium 2023 will take place from July 21-23 and July 28-30. Catering to all genres in electronic dance music with an impressively eclectic range of artists, among the hundreds of renowned acts performing at this year’s summer edition are Afrojack, Alesso, Armin van Buuren, Claptone, Da Tweekaz, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dom Dolla, Don Diablo, Eric Prydz, Hardwell, Henri PFR, James Hype, Kungs, Lost Frequencies, Lucas & Steve, Martin Garrix, Meduza, Netsky, Nicky Romero, Ofenbach, Oliver Heldens, Otto Knows, Paul Kalkbrenner, Purple Disco Machine, Quintino, R3HAB, Robin Schulz, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki, Sub Zero Project, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tiësto, Timmy Trumpet, Topic, Vini Vici, W&W, Yves Deruyter and Yves V. Honestly, if you can think of a name, they’re probably on the lineup. Ticket sale dates for Tomorrowland Belgium 2023 Worldwide Ticket Sale: starts on February 4 at 17:00 CET Tomorrowland Belgium 2023 ​ ​Weekend 1: Friday July 21 – Sunday July 23 ​Weekend 2: Friday July 28 – Sunday July 30 ​Boom, Belgium ​adscendo.tomorrowland.com Check out the full lineup below! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Tomorrowland drops lineup with more than 600 names performing this summer View the full article
  20. She’s presented the elaborately staged concert in New York, Reykjavík, and Los Angeles in recent yearsView the full article
  21. This past Friday, Urban Outfitters accidentally leaked the full tracklist for Illenium’s forthcoming self-titled album, due out April 28, including track titles and featured artists. For anyone wondering, everything released since “Shivering” in May 2022 will be on the album, including “All That Really Matters” with Teddy Swims, “From The Ashes” with Skylar Grey, “Worst Day” with MAX, and of course his latest single, “Luv Me A Little” with Nina Nesbitt. The big reveal, that we’re sure Illenium’s team had some grand reveal for prior to the leak, is a huge collaboration featuring Avril Lavigne and Travis Barker, “Eyes Wide Shut.” Additionally, collaborations with Grabbitz & Wooli, American Teeth, All Time Low, and Motionless In White are also on the album. After all, what else can you say at that point? After it hits Twitter, there’s no stopping the spread — the image of the leaked tracklist quickly made its way to Reddit and other forums, and American Teeth even went so far as to quote retweet the leak confirming he’s definitely on the album. Props to Illenium for taking all of this in stride, as much as he could. We’re sure to get a couple more singles before the album drops in a little less than three months so stay tuned. Photo via Lindsey Byrne This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Illenium responds after Urban Outfitters leaks his whole album tracklist View the full article
  22. The musician’s debut fiction novel is based on his own experiences at Ibogaine Treatment Center in MexicoView the full article
  23. It’s the first piece shared from Mythologies, Bangalter’s 90-minute score for a ballet that premiered in France last yearView the full article
  24. The Magician makes his debut on Sony Music with the release of his highly anticipated new single with the Aston Shuffle, “Differences.” The track is the first time the two producers have worked together, and it showcases the melodic sensibility and impeccable production skills of both artists. It is a genre-defying track that fuses their unique sonic signatures, delivering a stunning piece of contemporary electronic music with a vintage twist. The single is elevated even further by singer/songwriter Remy, who has collaborated with The Chainsmokers, Tate McRae, and Anitta. The Magician, a founder of nu-disco and Balearic house duo Aeroplane, is a celebrated name in modern house music. The Aston Shuffle, Australian producer and DJ, boasts over 150 million streams and hit singles like “Stay.” The two artists have finally collaborated after years of discussion and recorded “Differences” in a Brooklyn studio. Get ready for a massive start to 2023 with this collaboration. Speaking on the release The Magician shares: “We have been talking about a collaboration for a long time. We love each others work and Aston Shuffle was the first signature on my label Potion Records. We shared some demo ideas and decided to choose to work on this beautiful little melody which took us back to childhood memories!” This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Magician and the Aston Shuffle team up for “Differences” View the full article
  25. We've rounded up the best deals we could find on Jan. 30 — here are some of our top picks: BEST TECH DEAL: Apple 5th generation iPad Air (64GB, WiFi) — $499.99 $599 (save $99.01) BEST BEAUTY DEAL: Dyson Corrale hair straightener — $399.99 $499.99 (save $100 as a My Best Buy member) BEST STREAMING DEAL: Peacock Premium — $29.99 $49.99 (save $20) for one year BEST TAX SOFTWARE DEAL: H&R Block Deluxe tax software + state 2022 — $22.50 $44.99 (save $22.49) + 2.75% Amazon bonus You've basically made it through the first month of 2023 — congratulations. What better way to celebrate than by treating yourself to a little something? On Jan. 30, there are plenty of sweet deals to go around, including a $100 discount on the coveted Dyson Corrale hair straightener, $30 Peacock Premium subscriptions, a 2022 iPad Air back at record-low pricing, and more. We did the grunt work of searching for the best deals so you can simply focus on saving. Keep scrolling to see our top picks on Jan. 30. Best tech deal Opens in a new tab Credit: Apple Our pick: 5th generation iPad Air (64GB, WiFi) (opens in a new tab) $499.99 at Best Buy (save $99.01) Get Deal (opens in a new tab) Why we like itThe 2022 iPad Air just dropped back down to its record-low $499.99 price, which it reached just once before (during the holiday season). You can select from any color option at Best Buy or snag it in a more limited selection at Amazon on Jan. 30. The 2022 iPad Air is great "for both casual users and professionals," according to Mashable senior editor Stan Schroeder in his review. It's not perfect, as the starting storage is pretty low at 64GB, but Schroeder says it's still "the iPad most people should buy." More tech dealsReserve a new Samsung Galaxy smartphone or Samsung Galaxy Book — get up to $100 in Samsung credit (see details) Amazon Halo Band — $34.99 $69.99 (save $35) JBL Tune 230NC TWS noise-canceling headphones — $49.95 $99.95 (save $50) Amazon Halo View fitness tracker — $49.99 $79.99 (save $30) Acer SB240Y Bbix 23.8-inch full HD (1920 x 1080) ultra-thin zero-frame IPS monitor — $79.99 $129.99 (save $50) UE Wonderboom 3 wireless Bluetooth speaker — $79.99 $99.99 (save $20) Sony HT-S400 2.1ch soundbar — $198 $299.99 (save $101.99) Garmin Instinct Solar rugged outdoor smartwatch — $199.99 $349.99 (save $150) LG UltraWide QHD 34-Inch curved monitor — $336.99 $469.99 (save $133) Sony HT-G700: 3.1CH Dolby Atmos/DTS:X soundbar — $398 $599.99 (save $201.99) + four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited ASUS VivoBook Pro 14 (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) — $449 $529 (save $80) Sony HT-A3000 3.1ch Dolby Atmos soundbar — $498 $699.99 (save $201.99) + four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited Apple 5th generation iPad Air (64GB, WiFi) — $499.99 $599 (save $99.01) Sony 65-inch X80K 4K ultra HD smart Google TV — $698 $999.99 (save $301.99) + four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited Bose Smart soundbar 900 — $699 $899 (save $200) Amazon Fire TV 75-inch Omni 4K UHD smart TV — $799.99 $1,049.99 (save $250) Apple 5th generation iPad Air (256GB, WiFi + cellular) — $799.99 $899 (save $99.01) Apple Watch Ultra (49mm, GPS + Cellular) with 2 years of AppleCare+ — $799.99 $898 (save $98.01) Samsung HW-Q990B 11.1.4ch soundbar and rear speakers — $1,599 $1,899 (save $300) Microsoft Surface Studio 14.4-inch laptop (Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) — $1,749.99 $2,099.99 (save $350) Samsung 85-inch QN90B Neo QLED 4K smart TV — $2,647.99 $4,497.99 (save $1,850) Best beauty deal Opens in a new tab Credit: Dyson Our pick: Dyson Corrale hair straightener (opens in a new tab) $399.99 at Best Buy (save $100 as a My Best Buy member) Get Deal (opens in a new tab) Why we like itThe Dyson Corrale completely overhauled the hair-straightening experience by making it cordless. But that's not all — it also works to reduce damage as you style, thanks to flexible manganese copper alloy plates. They're supposed to conduct and retain heat better than the average flat iron plates. Of course, like all Dyson products, the damage-reducing Corrale will cost you. But if you sign up to become a My Best Buy member (it's free!), you can slash $100 off the usual cost for a limited time. 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