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  1. The track comes off the BTS singer's recent solo LP, GoldenView the full article
  2. The track is the singer's first new music since last year's RenaissanceView the full article
  3. Earlier this year, Beyoncé collaborated with Travis Scott on “DELRESTO (ECHOES)” as well as with Kendrick Lamar for a remix of “AMERICA HAS A PROBLEM.” Her Renaissance concert film is officially in theaters today, and she used the closing credits as an opportunity to premiere a new song called “MY HOUSE.” View the full article
  4. Last month, Org Music announced Moping In Style: A Tribute To Adam Green, a compilation album full of indie greats paying homage to the Moldy Peaches member. We previewed the collection with “That Fucking Feeling” and “Her Father And Her” by Ben Kweller and now the full LP is out. View the full article
  5. The end of PC Music is nigh. At the end of the year, the storied London experimental pop label and crew will stop putting out new music. One of the label’s final planned releases is Soft Rock, the debut LP from Thy Slaughter. Thy Slaughter, the duo of producers A. G. Cook and EASYFUN, had only released one track before this year: “Bronze,” a compilation track that came out way back in 2017. But now Thy Slaughter’s full-length is here, and it features some famous friends. View the full article
  6. Lana Del Rey has released a cover of the John Denver classic “Take Me Home, Country Roads.” Del Rey previously referenced Denver on “The Grants,” the opening track of this year’s Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, shouting out and paraphrasing a line from his 1972 track “Rocky Mountain High.” Her version of “Take Me Home…” was produced by frequent collaborator Zach Dawes. View the full article
  7. Five years ago, Minor Threat reunite to recreate the iconic Salad Days EP cover. Today, the hardcore heroes are sharing outtakes from Out Of Step in honor of its 40th anniversary. View the full article
  8. Claire Rousay has shared a few songs this year, including “i no longer have that glowing thing inside of me,” “Sigh In My Ear,” and “Deceiver,” the latter two with Helena Deland. For Bandcamp Friday, the Los Angeles ambient artist is sharing “meg.” View the full article
  9. The 2000 classic by the Puerto Rican band has been covered by several Mexican artists, including Lucero and Edith MarquezView the full article
  10. Nashy-Nashai and Wanda Original also join for a mix of Christmas covers and new tracks on A Neon ChristmasView the full article
  11. Last month, Australian alt-rock trio Middle Kids announced Faith Crisis Pt. 1, the follow-up to 2021’s Today We’re The Greatest. So far, they’ve shared “Bootleg Firecracker” and “Dramamine,” and today they’re back with “Bend.” View the full article
  12. Bruce Dickinson has a lot going on. The Iron Maiden frontman is starring in a horror movie about an ABBA tribute band, and he’s getting ready to release his first solo album in 19 years, The Mandrake Project. Today, he’s sharing the lead single “Afterglow Of Ragnarok.” View the full article
  13. "Colombia has so much to show and this is just another piece of that," the musician wrote on InstagramView the full article
  14. “The individual parties to this litigation are two of the most well-known and celebrated musicians of our time,” the Nashville judge wrote in a rulingView the full article
  15. Enlarge / macOS Mojave's wallpaper. (credit: Apple) Valve Software's Steam gaming marketplace and app will drop support for macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) and 10.14 (Mojave), according to a support page post. The change will go into effect on February 15, 2024. What will happen exactly? Valve writes: After that date, existing Steam Client installations on these operating systems will no longer receive updates of any kind including security updates. Steam Support will be unable to offer users technical support for issues related to the old operating systems, and Steam will be unable to guarantee continued functionality of Steam on the unsupported operating system versions. macOS 10.14 (dubbed Mojave by Apple) shipped more than five years ago, and time has a way of marching on, so this might not seem that momentous at first glance. But there's a reason it's particularly noteworthy as these things go: this change means the end of support for the last versions of macOS that could run 32-bit games. Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  16. "Collaborating again and starting from scratch would be a very big healer as well," Dinah tells Rolling Stone. "This planted the seed for us, I would say"View the full article
  17. A California labor commissioner contends that Brandon Blackstock overstepped his managerial duties by procuring work for herView the full article
  18. Daryl Hall and John Oates went to court in Nashville today to begin hashing out their dispute over Oates’ plan to sell his stake in their joint venture — a plan that Hall described in legal filings as a “betrayal” strategically timed to maximize harm. View the full article
  19. Enlarge / Left: Reddit's old logo. Right: Reddit's new logo. (credit: Reddit) Writing a long comment providing detail about Reddit's refreshed logo, mascot, and typeface this week, a Reddit employee seemingly rethought the post and opted to conclude it with choice words. The post's last line currently reads: "Edit: Obligatory 'Fuck Spez' for karma." The Reddit employee, going by Acidtwist on Reddit and known as Tavish, says they're Reddit's head of brand creative (Reddit says it doesn't disclose the real identities of its workers on Reddit). Read 19 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  20. By the winter of 2025, we’ll be a full quarter-century away from the 1990s — exactly the right amount of time for the ’90s nostalgia summer tour market to morph into a ’90s nostalgia concert cruise market. That’s when the simply and directly named ’90s Cruise will set sail. On deck for the maiden voyage will be Blues Traveler, Collective Soul, Gin Blossoms, Everclear, Lit, Color Me Badd, Fastball, C+C Music Factory, Jesus Jones, Digital Underground, Sophie B. Hawkins, and Lisa Loeb, who’ll be pulling double duty as host and performer. Former MTV personalities Downtown Julie Brown and Matt Pinfield will also be on board as hosts. View the full article
  21. Enlarge (credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images) Hello fellow procrastinators. This is your last-minute warning that you have until the end of the day to log in to any inactive Google accounts before they start getting deleted on December 1. Google is going to wipe any accounts that have been "inactive" for two years, allowing the company to free up storage space, delete unused personal data, and continue the ongoing journey of intense cost cutting it has been on for the past year. The plan to do this was announced in May, and Google says inactive accounts should get "multiple notifications over the months leading up to deletion, to both the account email address and the recovery email (if one has been provided)," so hopefully this isn't a surprise to anyone. The company says it will "take a phased approach" to deleting accounts, starting with "accounts that were created and never used again," so even if you're reading this on December 1, there's probably still time to log in to an old account and save it. As for the caveats around "inactivity," Google says this will only apply to personal accounts that don't have any subscriptions running, so Google Workspace and Google One users have nothing to fear. The company says you'll count as "active" if you "sign-in at least once every 2 years," which is pretty easy to do. Confusingly it also lists certain activities you can perform that will count as "activity," but those seem rather moot, since you would already need to be logged in to do them. The "Sign in with Google" OAuth platform on other websites also counts as account activity, and so does being signed in on an Android phone. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  22. Enlarge / The enhanced edition trilogy includes Grand Theft Auto 3, Grand Theft Auto Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. (credit: Rockstar Games) Netflix subscribers will be able to play the three original 3D Grand Theft Auto games on iOS and Android starting in December, according to a blog post from the streamer. The titles included are 2001's Grand Theft Auto III, 2002's Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and 2004's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. All three released initially on the PS2 and Xbox. The first 3D entry in the series, Grand Theft Auto III, was a crossover cultural sensation when it debuted, and it is credited as one of the main originators of the open-world genre, which remains one of the most popular genres in triple-A games to this day. Read 9 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  23. Enlarge / The active cooling chips are labeled and located in the upper-left corner near a custom heatsink in the 15-inch MacBook Air. What if laptops could get fan-level cooling without moving parts? We could get thinner laptops, for one. We could also potentially squeeze more performance out of today's already impressively thin designs. That's what San Jose, California startup Frore Systems is trying to convince laptop makers of as it looks for the first OEM to adopt what it describes as the first solid-state active cooling chip. Most recently, the company equipped the M2 15-inch MacBook Air with three of its chips, dubbed AirJet Minis. Media witnesses to a recent demonstration reported that the chips helped bring MacBook Pro-comparable performance to sustained heavy workloads on the MacBook Air. Read 24 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
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