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  1. The jazz great doubled as a sideman to Springsteen, Sinatra, and Streisand, and was a key architect of Van Morrison’s Astral WeeksView the full article
  2. An attendee of the rapper’s FedExForum concert said the crowd was evacuated after the shootingView the full article
  3. They appear on a full album Buffett left behind, Equal Strain on All Parts. Paul McCartney performs on “My Gummie Just Kicked In” and called “Bubbles Up” “probably the best [he’s] heard him sing.”View the full article
  4. Jersey Club music is on a meteoric rise, and at the forefront of this movement is none other than the genre’s Global Ambassador, DJ Sliink. With his new EP, “Bricks To The 6,” he not only showcases his signature sound but also pushes the boundaries of the genre by blending it with the melodic stylings of Toronto’s SAFE, as well as collaborating with heavy-hitting East Coast talents Bandmanrill and Sha EK. This EP, with its infectious beats and cross-cultural influences, has not only earned critical acclaim but also solidified DJ Sliink’s position as a pioneering figure in the world of electronic music. The EP kicks off with the lead single, “Warrior,” accompanied by an electrifying music video starring DJ Sliink and SAFE. The video adds an extra layer of visual storytelling to the music, enhancing the overall experience for fans. “Warrior” not only captures the essence of the EP but also sets the tone for what’s to come. One of the standout tracks, “Real Hips II,” made an impressive debut by landing at #2 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Digital Songs Sales Chart. The song received accolades from respected publications such as XXL, Stereogum, and Brooklyn Vegan. Another track, “In The Night,” earned a coveted spot on The Fader’s “Song You Need In Your Life” playlist, as well as playlist support from Spotify’s “New Music Friday Dance” and “Jersey Club Heat,” along with Apple Music’s “New In Dance.” The EP also features “On Bro” (ft. Bandmanrill) and “Jiggiest In Jersey” (ft. Sha EK & Bandmanrill), further showcasing DJ Sliink’s versatility as a producer and his ability to collaborate seamlessly with a diverse range of artists. Live Performances and Future Plans DJ Sliink’s influence extends far beyond the studio. He recently graced the stage at MoMa PS1’s Warm Up 2023, leaving fans in awe with his electrifying performance. The excitement doesn’t stop there, as he’s set to spin at Coco and Breezy’s NYFW Event on September 9 and take the helm as the music director for Laquan Smith’s NYFW Show on September 11. Fans on the West Coast can also catch DJ Sliink live on September 24 at the Pangea Party in Los Angeles, with more announcements on the horizon. Conclusion: Jersey Club’s Global Ambassador With “Bricks To The 6,” DJ Sliink has cemented his status as a trailblazer in the world of electronic music. This EP not only pushes the boundaries of Jersey Club but also showcases the power of collaboration and cross-cultural influence in the music industry. As DJ Sliink continues to break new ground and captivate audiences worldwide, it’s safe to say that Jersey Club music has never been in better hands. “Bricks To The 6” is a testament to the genre’s evolution and a glimpse into the future of electronic music. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: A New Chapter: DJ Sliink’s “Bricks To The 6” EP View the full article
  5. DROELOE seems to be the king of suprises when it comes to his music, always finding new and creative ways to build anticipation within his community on what he’ll do next. We’ve been gearing up for his album set to drop next week but what we didn’t expect was a suprise 5th single, “Foolish Fish” along with an exclusive chance to listen to the album via Bancamp! ‘Foolish Fish’ is yet another testament to DROELOE’s creative versatility, taking listeners on a unforgettable voyage from start to finish. In a unique twist, DROELOE is granting fans an exclusive opportunity to be among the first to experience ‘The Art of Change’ in its entirety, ahead of its official release. It will be a one-off 1-time listen (in real time) on Monday September 11 at 10am PST (6PM UK Time). This sneak peek is available via Bandcamp, adding an extra layer of excitement for devoted followers eager to dive into DROELOE’s musical evolution. Sign up here. Listen below and pre-order the album here. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: DROELOE Unveils Surprise Single + Exclusive First Listen To Upcoming Album via Bancamp View the full article
  6. Stream new releases from Olivia Rodrigo, Sparklehorse, Romy, James Blake, Anjimile, Irreversible Entanglements, Buju Banton, Laufey, Gaika, and Speaker MusicView the full article
  7. Two years ago, German Internet providers agreed to voluntarily block the most egregeous pirate sites. The ISPs teamed up with copyright holders and launched the “Clearing Body for Copyright on the Internet” (CUII), which is in charge of handing down blocking ‘orders’. While CUII doesn’t rely on court judgments, there is some form of oversight. When copyright holders report a pirate site, a review committee first checks whether the domain is indeed linked to a website that structurally infringes copyrights. Targeting Structurally Infringing Sites If a website overwhelmingly hosts or links to pirated material, the site can be nominated for a blocklist entry. This can apply to torrent sites, streaming portals, and direct download hubs, as long as piracy is front and center. “Only clear cases of copyright infringing websites should be blocked. Examples are thepiratebay.org, kinox.to or goldesel.to,” CUII explains in the FAQ on its website. In many countries where such measures are implemented, The Pirate Bay was indeed one of the first sites to be targeted. However, despite the explicit mention in CUII’s frequently asked questions, the infamous torrent site hasn’t yet made it onto the German blocklist. Instead, CUII appears to prioritize websites that are predominantly targeted at local citizens. This isn’t a stated goal, but currently blocked sites such as Kinox.to, S.to, Canna.to, and Serienjunkies all fit the bill. Filmfans.org and Serienfans.org Earlier this week, CUII published two new blocking recommendations, Filmfans.org and Serienfans.org. These sites aren’t widely used in most parts of the world but in Germany, they have a sizable audience. The two websites were nominated by an entertainment company whose name is redacted. The unnamed company is a member of the Motion Picture Association, however, which is a signee to the voluntary agreement. After reviewing the application, the CUII committee concluded that both Filmfans.org and Serienfans.org can be classified as structurally infringing websites. It further confirmed that the sites are geared towards the German-speaking market. “The application for a recommendation to block the FILMFANS.ORG website is well-founded. The Website is a structurally copyright infringing website. There is a clear copyright violation. The blocking is reasonable and proportionate,” CUII writes in its recommendation. Before coming to CUII, the entertainment company tried to contact the operators of the site and their hosting companies, but these efforts didn’t go anywhere. This means that blocking the sites is one of the only viable options left to deal with the problem. Following CUII’s order, all participating ISPs will block access to the domains. This typically happens through a DNS blockade. Pirate Sites Were Prepared While the measures will undoubtedly impact Filmfans.org and Serienfans.org, their inclusion doesn’t come as a surprise. On the contrary, the sites – which are presumably operated by the same team – have anticipated the blockade for more than a year and have advised users to take precautions. “In Germany, more and more websites are being blocked by the ‘Copyright Clearing House on the Internet. Such a block will sooner or later also affect our pages,” a translated notice on the site reads. “The DNS blocks can be bypassed easily, legally and free of charge. You have to change your DNS servers in the router, in the operating system, or in the browser. You can find out how this works and more information about the network blocks at cuii-sperre.info.” Blocking heads up dating back one year (translated) The website provides a broad overview of the various blocking workarounds. And to add insult to injury, mockingly copies the design of CUII’s website as well. Next Target: DNS Resolvers For most of the websites previously blocked by CUII, it appears that many people do indeed appear to use these workarounds, as they continue to get plenty of German visitors. Bs.to, for example, has more than 16 million monthly visits, of which 55% come from Germany. This must be one of the main reasons why rightsholders are trying to get DNS resolvers to block pirate sites next. Sony Music, for example, has already obtained an injunction that requires DNS resolver Quad9 to block the popular pirate site Canna.to and its new canna-power.to domain. This request came shortly after CUII added the site to the blocklist. Quad9 is determined to put up a fight and eventually reverse the order. However, if it ends up losing, we can expect rightsholders to target other free DNS resolvers too. And perhaps VPN providers are next on the list? From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more. View the full article
  8. Whatever you're expecting, "Dicks: The Musical" is way weirder. Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, and Megan Thee Stallion co-star. Review.View the full article
  9. Netflix's new trailer for "Castlevania" spin-off "Castlevania: Nocturne" follows vampire hunter Richter Belmont during the French Revolution.View the full article
  10. The trailer for Hulu Original "Quiz Lady" is here, featuring Awkwafina and Sandra Oh as squabbling siblings on a road trip.View the full article
  11. Directed by Eli Roth and featuring Patrick Dempsey and Addison Rae, slasher horror "Thanksgiving" has a holiday-themed killer on a rampage.View the full article
  12. The Complete ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence Training Bundle is on sale for £23.73, saving you 42% on list price.View the full article
  13. Unblock and watch Netflix Canada for free from anywhere in the world.View the full article
  14. Unblock and watch France.tv for free from anywhere in the world.View the full article
  15. Here's the answer for "Wordle" #811 on September 8, as well as a few hints, tips, and clues to help you solve it yourself.View the full article
  16. Bypass geo-restrictions to watch the 2023 NRL Finals for free from anywhere in the world.View the full article
  17. The singer was booked into the Craig County Jail and released on bondView the full article
  18. The trailer for legal drama 'The Burial' shows Tommy Lee Jones and Jamie Foxx taking on a big funeral corporation.View the full article
  19. The quintet's win for their 2022 album Where I'm Meant To Be makes them the first jazz act to receive the awardView the full article
  20. Justine Triet's "Anatomy of a Fall" is a riveting and absurd deconstruction of a marriage. Review.View the full article
  21. A strategy guide for the September 8 'Quordle,' a puzzle game similar to 'Wordle,' but which gives the user nine guesses to figure out four different words.View the full article
  22. Springsteen plans to “pick these shows up and then some” at a later dateView the full article
  23. The social media platform addresses continued concerns about age-inappropriate content with new safety controls, parent guides, and app-wide changes.View the full article
  24. Review of "The Nun II," starring Taissa Farmiga and Storm Reid.View the full article
  25. A new Rolling Stone exposé details 13 women’s allegations of predatory behavior and sexual abuse against Justin SaneView the full article
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