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  5. The COVID-19 pandemic has everyone in quarantine. The city of London is currently on lockdown, which means that there are fewer cars on the road and no tourists milling about. That's bad news in general, but it's good news for the famed Abbey Road crosswalk, which got a much-needed paint job thanks to … More »View the full article
  6. Like many others, Neil Young is helping us get through this trying time with a little music and the magic of the internet. Last week, the legendary folk-rocker invited us into his Telluride, Colorado home to perform rarities from across his discography in a six-song acoustic Fireside Session. The idea was to make … More »View the full article
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  8. Governors Ball 2020 has officially been cancelled. The festival, which was set to take place 6/5-7 on New York's Randall’s Island Park, would've featured performances from Tame Impala, Missy Elliott, Vampire Weekend, Stevie Nicks, Solange, Miley Cyrus, Carly Rae Jepsen, Danny Brown, and more. Read a statement from the organizers below: … More »View the full article
  9. After debuting "Life in Quarantine" during his livestream set last week, Ben Gibbard has released the studio version of the track. Done in his home studio, Gibbard, who goes by Benjamin on this track, sang of what's currently happening in the world of coronavirus. "I know this is a really fucked… View the full article
  10. Swedish pop group Ace Of Base's #1 smash "The Sign" was everywhere in 1994. It will always remind me of summer days at the now-defunct Columbus waterpark Wyandotte Lake. It also reminds me of Zoombezi Bay, the revamped Wyandotte Lake now open at the same site, which was playing hella '90s music last time I … More »View the full article
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  14. Nine Inch Nails fans have been waiting for new music for some time now. And finally, the band delivered not one, but two albums...for free! https://twitter.com/trent_reznor/status/1243160892717412353 Ghosts V: Together and Ghosts VI: Locusts have dropped on both Nine Inch Nails' YouTube channel and official website. Trent Reznor… View the full article
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