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  1. Colombian singer-songwriter Camilo dishes on the surprise new remix View the full article
  2. Indie-rock band preview The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City with heavy single "Bam Rang Rang" View the full article
  3. Jeff Beck, B.B. King, Steve Winwood, John Mayer, Carlos Santana, Ronnie Wood, Joe Walsh, Buddy Guy also appear on six-disc Crossroads Revisited View the full article
  4. Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival took 2019 off, but the event -- which takes place in Okeechobee, Florida -- is coming back for 2020, and today they've revealed their lineup. Headliners include Vampire Weekend, Mumford & Sons, Bassnectar, and Rüfüs Du Sol, and the undercard includes Haim, Sublime With Rome, Blood Orange, Bob … More »View the full article
  5. Urbano duo perform as cabaret crooners in gothic new video View the full article
  6. The inaugural Exit 111 festival was held this weekend in Manchester, Tennessee, at Great Stage Park […] View the full article
  7. Focusing on the 1980 film, 'Still Working 9 to 5' will also explore the social impact of the movie's iconic theme song View the full article
  8. Travis Scott's new song "Highest In The Room" has debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. It replaces Lizzo's "Truth Hurts," which spent six weeks on the top of the chart after landing there in September, but now occupies the #2 position. More »View the full article
  9. 'Solid Gold Sounds' singer-songwriter is this week's guest on the Foo Fighters guitarist's 'Walking the Floor' View the full article
  10. Clip tweeted last week featured band's 1977 hit in its entirety View the full article
  11. Friendship are releasing a new album, Dreamin', in a few weeks, the follow-up to 2017's Shock Out Of Season. The Philadelphia band shared its lead single, "Clairvoyant," last month, and today they're back with another new song, "You Might Already Know." It's gorgeous and contemplative, taking a simple moment -- sending … More »View the full article
  12. Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines" was huge when it came out in 2013. It'll appear in our The Number Ones column eventually, and it was the longest-running #1 single the year it came out. But for just as long as it's been popular, it's been criticized for its creepy and off-putting … More »View the full article
  13. A scene in the new Joker movie is soundtracked by "Rock And Roll Part 2," a 1972 song by Gary Glitter. Its inclusion has faced criticism because the British glam-rock artist was found guilty of a number of sex crimes, including having sex with a girl under the age of 13, attempted rape, and four … More »View the full article
  14. This past weekend, Rolling Loud, the rap festival that regularly sets up shop in cities around the world, came to New York for the first time, taking over Citi Field in Queens for two days. There were complications. Shortly before the festival began, the NYPD requested that the festival organizers drop five New York street-rap … More »View the full article
  15. The Duster resurgence has been going strong for a couple years now. The much-beloved San Jose trio reunited last year to play some shows and they've been teasing new material since then. Earlier this year, they got the comprehensive box set treatment in the form of Capsule Losing Contact, … More »View the full article
  16. After releasing two albums as Beach Slang, frontman James Alex took a break from the classic rock-indebted band to release a stripped-back solo album under the name Quiet Slang. But today they've announced a new album called The Deadbeat Bang Of Heartbreak City, and to add to their rocking bonafides, they got the … More »View the full article
  17. George Chambers, bassist and vocalist for psychedelic soul greats the Chambers Brothers, has died. As Rolling Stone reports, the band announced Chambers' death on their Facebook page over the weekend. No cause of death has been reported. Chambers was 88. More »View the full article
  18. Fuck Buttons have a way of easing you into their world. Each of the band's three studio albums go about this gradual introduction a little differently. On Tarot Sport, there are two minutes worth of looping whorls that calibrate you before "Surf Solar" gets a-thumping -- once it does, you're in and there's no getting … More »View the full article
  19. Enlarge (credit: IGDB) Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with a special batch of deals to share for Columbus Day. Amazon is currently having a sale on a number of Xbox One and PS4 games, many of which normally go for $50 to $60 but are now priced much lower. Notable titles such as Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Devil May Cry 5, Resident Evil 2, and Mortal Kombat 11 are all at the lowest prices we've seen, or close to it, but the sale also includes brand-new titles as well. Gears 5, Control, and Borderlands 3, all of which came out within the past two months, are the newest and arguably biggest titles on sale right, and now you can get Gears 5 and Control for around $37.50 and Borderlands 3 for $44.99. Almost all of the games in Amazon's sale have extra discounts tacked on at checkout, so don't be alarmed if you don't see the sale price immediately when you add them to your cart. The additional savings will be accounted for when you see the final price right before you place your order. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  20. Enlarge / Google's first official picture of the Pixel 4. (credit: Google) It's that time of year again! Google's big hardware event kicks off Tuesday, October 15 at 10am Eastern, and we'll be there with full live coverage of the event. That starts with a liveblog, where we'll be covering everything announced at the show as it happens. This year, we're expecting to see a whole suite of Google products launch. Headlining the event will be Google's next smartphone, the Pixel 4, with a 90Hz display, an air-gesture system powered by Google's radar "Soli" technology, and a next-gen version of the Google Assistant. There should also be a new Pixelbook, the Pixelbook Go, which sees a return to a more traditional form factor after the collapse of the Pixel Slate. With Nest's recent demotion from a standalone company to a Google smart home sub-brand, we should see two new products with the weird branding of "Google Nest." We're expecting to see a sequel to the Google Wifi called the "Google Nest Wifi." This new rev of Google's mesh Wi-Fi system will reportedly have a primary router that hooks up to your modem and then several satellite devices that are both Wi-Fi mesh nodes and Google Home speakers that accept Google Assistant voice command and can play music. A second-gen Google Home Mini should also launch at the show with an aux jack and better sound, and this one will be rebranded "Google Nest Mini." Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  21. The Pornhub Awards are an annual thing now. The inaugural ceremony last year was creative directed by Kanye West, who performed with Teyana Taylor and dropped his ridiculous Lil Pump collab "I Love It" during the event. And this year, Bad Bunny, Kali Uchis, and Ty Dolla $ign all … More »View the full article
  22. Enlarge / iPadOS. When we reviewed the 2018 iPad Pro, we were impressed by the power and potential of the hardware, but iOS 12 wasn’t up to the task of making the iPad a true content creation machine or a daily workhorse. We said it was time for Apple to branch out from iOS 13 with an iPad-specific operating system. Just one year later, that’s exactly what Apple has done with iPadOS, which launched for modern iPads a few days after iOS 13 hit the iPhone and iPod touch. While iPadOS does not actually signify that big of a change under the hood, its new nomenclature is a statement of intent by Apple. This release takes strides toward making the machine more useful for power users who want to do more than just browse the Web, play games, watch videos, and write an email or two. So as we've tinkered with iPadOS recently and analyzed the changes Apple made, we revisited the question we answered with a negative last year: is the iPad ready to replace your laptop? Read 124 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  23. This week's Shut Up, Dude comes to you from Lake Perris, CA where we are on the ground for another weekend of mystical sights and sounds courtesy of Desert Daze. This fest's incredibly stacked lineup includes AnCo, Devo, FlyLo, Stereolab, the Locust, Jessica Pratt, Lightning Bolt, George Clanton, Blanck Mass, DIIV, Atlas Sound, and classic … More »View the full article
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