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  1. In the two years since 03 Greedo went to prison in Amarillo, Texas, the LA rapper has never really stopped releasing new music. Greedo has always been a prolific force, and he banked a lot of songs before beginning a 20-year sentence on drugs and weapons charges. Beyond a number of one-off singles, … More »View the full article
  2. Post Malone is the latest musical artist to guest on Joe Rogan's controversial and wildly popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, joining the likes of Billy Corgan and Maynard James Keenan. Because podcast listeners must literally have nothing else to do with their lives, the episode is nearly four … More »View the full article
  3. Before she was a famous filmmaker and writer, Miranda July released some music on fabled Northwest indie labels Kill Rock Stars and K Records. Nowadays her contributions to the musical sphere are usually more peripheral, like when she contributed to Sleater-Kinney's "Hurry On Home" lyric video. Or consider today's new movie trailer, in … More »View the full article
  4. Glass Beach, the extremely online Los Angeles post-emo Band To Watch, haven't released any new music since last year's behemoth The First Glass Beach Album, which landed them on our most recent Best New Bands list and included one of our 100 favorite songs of 2019. That lack of … More »View the full article
  5. The outside of the Galaxy Fold 2. That outer screen is a lot taller. [credit: MySmartPrice ] Get a good look at the Galaxy Z Fold 2 before it gets announced next week. MySmartPrice has the official renders a few days before Samsung's event, showing off the inside and outside of Samsung's next foldable smartphone. The pictures show about what we were expecting, which is a Fold with a dramatically taller outside screen, an inside screen with no giant notch, and hole-punch cameras on the inside and outside. Assuming Samsung brings all the improvements it made with the Galaxy Z Flip to the Fold 2, we'll be looking at a solid second iteration of its foldable tablet. A flexible glass display would be a nice improvement over the squishy, dull plastic display of the original Fold, and it should also be a heck of a lot more durable. The interior camera notch on the original Galaxy Fold was massive and covered basically the entire top-right of the display, making it difficult to pull down the notification panel with your right hand. The minimal hole-punch camera looks like a big improvement. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  6. Seventeen years after its release, the drum sound on the Metallica album St. Anger remains a fun point of contention. Metallica spent years recording St. Anger, and vast piles of money went into the album's creation. As captured in the documentary Some Kind Of Monster, Metallica put themselves through group therapy to make the album. More »View the full article
  7. Atlanta-based R&B singer-songwriter Mariah The Scientist was actually studying biology to become an anesthesiologist before her music career took off. And as the one-year anniversary of Master, her successful debut project for RCA, creeps closer, she's getting ready to hit us with some new music. More »View the full article
  8. Forget 5G. PC Music mastermind A. G. Cook is announcing 7G, a 49-track album split across seven discs, with each disc dedicated to a different instrument -- Drums, Guitar, Supersaw, Piano, Nord, Spoken Word, and Extreme Vocals. The album includes covers of songs by Blur, Taylor Swift, Charli XCX, the Strokes, the Smashing Pumpkins, Tommy … More »View the full article
  9. Earlier this month, the members of the dearly beloved and dearly departed band Krill announced they were reforming, with an additional guitarist, as Knot. Their self-titled debut is going to be out at the end of August, and they've already shared a promising first glimpse called "Foam," which ranked amongst our More »View the full article
  10. Enlarge (credit: Carl Court / Getty Images) Telegram, the messaging app, has become the latest company to file a formal antitrust complaint to the EU over Apple’s App Store. In a complaint to EU competition chief Margrethe Vestager, Telegram, which has more than 400 million users, said Apple must “allow users to have the opportunity of downloading software outside of the App Store.” In June, Ms Vestager announced two antitrust investigations into Apple, one of which concerned the App Store. Apple’s conflicts with developers over the rules of the App Store have also escalated recently. Read 12 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  11. Back in April, the Colombian-born/Brooklyn-based electronic musician Ela Minus shared an excellent new single called “they told us it was hard, but they were wrong." (It ranked amongst our favorite songs that week.) A shadowy dance track with a defiant mantra as its chorus, the song had an eerie, prescient bit … More »View the full article
  12. Is it possible to throw Nicki Minaj on any old song these days and get a hit out of it? A$AP Ferg aims to find out! Nicki has been on quite a run lately. Before this year, she'd infamously gone her entire career without ever landing on a #1 single, though she'd come close a … More »View the full article
  13. In proper 2020 fashion, Davey Havok And Jade Puget decided to release their next Blaqk Audio album only one part at a time. With its five-track Side A dropping Tuesday, the AFI members announced this week that they’ll share Beneath The Black Palms in its entirety on August 21. Their bouncy and eccentric “Hiss,” released yesterday, has since been coined their new single. And the duo paired the song with a luring YouTube visualizer. “‘Hiss’ is a lovely slice of noisy darkness,” Puget said in a statement. “Listen closely and you can hear the susurration of the palms.” The upcoming full-length was produced, recorded and mixed entirely by the duo. The record, which follows 2019’s Only Things We Love, follows a streak of four consecutive albums that topped Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Albums chart. Check out the new single below and listen to the album’s Side A, now available on streaming services. AFI most recently issued their 2018 EP The Missing Man, which followed one year after their self-titled LP. View the full article
  14. Buzz Osborne has unleashed the final preview of his upcoming second album, Gift of Sacrifice. The pioneering Melvins frontman, recording under the name King Buzzo, released the experimental “Delayed Clarity” on Wednesday. The sinister track, which follows album cuts “I’m Glad I Could Help Out” and “Science In Modern America,” unfolds with strummed acoustic guitars, brooding vocals, and scraping strings. Gift of Sacrifice, featuring Mr. Bungle bassist Trevor Dunn, is out August 14 via Ipecac Recordings. The album was originally set for a May release but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The record follows King Buzzo’s solo debut, 2014’s This Machine Kills Artists. Between those two LPs, Osborne recorded a series of albums with Melvins: 2016’s Basses Loaded and Three Men and a Baby (with Mike Kunka), 2017’s A Walk With Love and Death, and 2018’s Pinkus Abortion Technician. In June, Melvins teamed with Mudhoney for the four-song White Lazy Boy EP, featuring covers of Black Flag’s “My War” and Neil Young’s “Drive Back.” Check out King Buzzo’s “Delayed Clarity” and the Gift of Sacrifice tracklist below: 1. “Mental Vomit” 2. “Housing, Luxury, Energy” 3. “I’m Glad I Could Help” 4. “Delayed Clarity” 5. “Junkie Jesus” 6. “Science in Modern America” 7. “Bird Animal” 8. “Mock She” 9. “Acoustic Junkie” View the full article
  15. Enlarge / This slide is a year old, but AMD CEO Lisa Su says it's still accurate—Zen 3, Big Navi, and next-gen console CPUs will all arrive on schedule later this year. (credit: AMD) During AMD's second-quarter earnings call, CEO Lisa Su said that all of the company's upcoming 2020 product launches are still on schedule—meaning Zen 3 desktop CPUs, RDNA 2 "Big Navi" GPUs, and console hardware for the PS5 and Xbox Series X. This is great news for consumers but bad news for Intel, which reorganized its engineering department this week shortly after admitting that we won't be seeing its 7nm desktop CPUs until late 2022 or perhaps even 2023. This isn't quite as bad as it sounds—there's a discrepancy between the way the two companies measure process size, and transistor density for Intel's 7nm process should be roughly equivalent to AMD fab partner TSMC's 5nm process. Unfortunately, the delay means TSMC should be debuting its 3nm parts around the same time that Intel now expects to be launch its own 7nm. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
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