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  1. The indie-pop stars recall the first songs they ever wrote, plus their upcoming memoir, 'High School' View the full article
  2. "I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved." The sentence is simple; the sentiment is deep. Lewis Capaldi howls these words at the peak of his breakthrough hit, his coarse, hearty vocals lending gravitas to the maudlin piano figure at the song's spine. "Someone You Loved" is a ballad about the pain of … More »View the full article
  3. The Hold Steady's Craig Finn and more talk influential The Midnight Organ Flight View the full article
  4. His early-Eighties band Hellhammer was the laughingstock of the metal underground. Now, nearly 40 years later, the former Celtic Frost leader is enjoying a "mindblowing" resurgence View the full article
  5. Married musicians cut loose on vacation in clip for latest single from Morris' 'Girl' View the full article
  6. Miranda Lambert has been dropping singles all summer -- "It All Comes Out In The Wash," "Locomotive," and "Mess With My Head" -- and today she's officially announcing her new album, Wildcard, her seventh album overall and her first since 2016's The Weight Of These Wings. Today, she's sharing … More »View the full article
  7. Country star Miranda Lambert has announced a new album, titled Wildcard, scheduled to drop in the fall. The singer-songwriter has also released a new song, "Bluebird." "When people listen to this record, I want them to know that I see them and hear them," Lambert said in a statement. "I feel you, because… View the full article
  8. The Beastie Boys delivered the best performance of the night, even though they couldn't beat R.E.M. and Aerosmith to win an actual award View the full article
  9. Streaming service plans to test price hikes to its monthly music-streaming plans in some countries, as its average revenue per user falls View the full article
  10. Performer releases "Bluebird" from upcoming project, which arrives November 1st View the full article
  11. Taking place August 18th in New York City, the upcoming event will raise money for immigrant advocacy View the full article
  12. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, the Tallest Man on Earth also set for three-day Agora Del Mar "concert vacation" View the full article
  13. Girl Talk has effectively stopped putting out the densely layered mash-ups that made him famous and moved on to exclusively producing for rappers. In recent years, he's worked with T-Pain, Erick The Architect, Don Q, and Freeway. More »View the full article
  14. Rosalía is shaping up to be Earth's most exciting pop star, and the Spanish musician is continuing her string of high-profile collaborations by teaming up with Puerto Rican star Ozuna for a new song called "Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi." … More »View the full article
  15. Rosalía and Ozuna have released a new collaborative single, "Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi." It's the latest in a summer full of incredible Rosalía one-offs, from "Con Altura," to "Aute Cuture," to "Milionària" and "Dio$ No$ Libre Del Dinero." Her most recent full-length was 2018's El Mal Querer. Earlier this year, Rosalía made contributions to Game of… View the full article
  16. Spain and Puerto Rico's biggest stars make magic in flirty new single View the full article
  17. The Band's Robbie Robertson is releasing a new solo album, Sinematic, next month. It's inspired by the musician's career as a film composer, and it was written while Robertson was working on the score for Martin Scorsese's film The Irishman, which will debut on Netflix later this year. He's shared "I Hear You … More »View the full article
  18. The Huawei Mate X uses one big wraparound display made by BOE. [credit: Huawei ] Samsung isn't the only company having trouble launching a foldable smartphone. Samsung's main foldable competitor, Huawei, is also delaying its foldable smartphone, the Mate X. TechRadar attended a press event at Huawei's Shenzhen headquarters and learned the phone is "unlikely to come out before November." This marks the second delay for the futuristic smartphone. The Mate X was originally announced as launching in the "middle of 2019," and then shortly after the announcement of the Trump administration's export ban, Huawei told CNBC the phone would be delayed to September. It is theorized that the reason Samsung rushed the Galaxy Fold to market with such inadequate testing was because, after investing millions into the development of foldable displays, it had its foldable display technology stolen and had to scramble to beat its competitors to market. It's ironic, then, that the viable competitor Samsung has in the foldable space also delayed its device so much. Huawei's Mate X is easily the most futuristic looking phone of the year—assuming it comes out this year. A giant, 8-inch display wraps around the front and back of the device, and when closed, only the front half of the display lights up, giving you a 6.38-inch smartphone. When it's time for some serious media consumption or multi-tasking, the device opens up into an 8-inch tablet. It sounds like an ideal form factor—a phone when you want a phone, and a tablet when you want a tablet. Smartphone futurism comes at a price, though: the Mate X has a breathtaking $2,600 price tag. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  19. In The Number Ones, I'm reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart's beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »View the full article
  20. Providence noise rock veterans Lightning Bolt announced a new album, Sonic Citadel, at the top of this month. Now the duo has released "Air Conditioning," the first single from the 11-song project, which marks their debut on Thrill Jockey Records. It's an onslaught of dramatic arena-rock chords juxtaposed with the usual Lightning Bolt trappings: a muffled vocal and a… View the full article
  21. The prolific and long-lasting Japanese metal band Boris have just announced that they're putting out a new double album later this year called LφVE & EVφL, the follow-up to 2017's Dear. The double LP is the band's first release with Jack White's label Third Man Records, who are also reissuing their 2003 albums … More »View the full article
  22. Alex Cameron is releasing a new album, Miami Memory, next month. The Australian musician has shared two songs from it already, its title track and "Divorce," and today he's back with "Far From Born Again," a song that Cameron wrote in an effort to help destigmatize sex workers. The track's video, … More »View the full article
  23. Country-rock star Jason Isbell has been busy lately. He's been backing up the Highwomen, his wife's country supergroup. He's been helping Sheryl Crow cover Bob Dylan. He's been inspiring delightful memes about mass shootings and feral hogs. And apparently, he's been singing with disco royalty. Recently, for reasons unknown, Isbell went … More »View the full article
  24. Bethlehem Steel are releasing their sophomore album next month. Despite being their second full-length, it's self-titled because it feels like the introduction to a whole new iteration of the band. What was once firmly Becca Rsykalczyk's project has opened up to include new vocalist and songwriter Christina Puerto. Its lead single, "Bad Girl," … More »View the full article
  25. Enlarge / Android on the Nintendo Switch. Just think of all the Nintendo apps you're missing out on. The Nintendo Switch is, basically, a game console made out of smartphone parts. The quad-core Nvidia Tegra X1 ARM SoC would be right at home in a smartphone or tablet, along with the 4GB of RAM, a 720p touchscreen, and a 4310mAh battery. Really, the only things that make the Switch a game console are the sweet slide-on controllers and the fact that it is blessed by Nintendo, with actually good AAA games, ecosystem support, and developer outreach. With such a close relation to smartphone hardware, it only makes sense that people would eventually load some smartphone software onto the Nintendo Switch—and around Ars, we've recently made everyone's favorite handheld run Android. Such a thing might sound like a hardware hacker's pipe dream, but thanks to work from a group called "Switchroot," you can now get a pretty good build of Android up and running on Nintendo's console. A project like this is only possible thanks to two of the Internet's biggest hacking communities joining forces—you've got the best of the Nintendo Homebrew scene combining with the best of the Android custom ROM community. And as we recently discovered, getting Android running on the Switch is a whirlwind tour of huge community projects and discoveries all in the name of doing whatever you want with hardware you own. Read 49 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
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