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Fefe Dobson’s post-coital pop jam and 6 more songs you need to hear this week

At CBC Music, we’re always on the lookout for the best new songs from Canadian artists. This week we are listening to new tracks from: Omah Lay and Justin Bieber. Avril Lavigne with Mark Hoppus. So Owls. Fefe Dobson. Idman. Fit pillow. Kallitechnis. Scroll down to find out why you …

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Netflix Reveals Songs That Will Get Regency Interpretations

As the premiere date of the second season of Bridgerton draws nearer, Netflix has some exciting news for its viewers. The companion site of the online streaming platform Tudum, on March 4, 2022, unveiled a list of songs that will get a classic Bridgerton makeover. The upcoming season, which is …

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Songs of the week: new songs from Ghost, Church Of The Cosmic Skull and more

This week, we’ll start by congratulating exuberant blues duo When Rivers Meet, whose latest single It will drive you crazy won our latest Tracks Of The Week contest with convincing if not consummate ease. It will drive you crazy beat Stone Broken black sunrise and Deepshade eat my dust in …

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INXS’ 15 Greatest Songs – Sorted | INXS

Bbefore the traumatic suicide of Michael Hutchence in 1997, and the tragedies and indignities that multiplied (the reality TV show Looking for a replacement singer; the Seven Network miniseries; the death of former manager Chris Murphy; guitarist Tim Farriss’ severed finger; his brother and drummer Jon’s recent association with anti-vaccination …

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TONIGHT: Four more songs chosen as seven shows take place

Over the penultimate weekend of the national selections, tonight will see four more entries decided as seven live shows take place. Here is your guide for this evening: 🇸🇪 SWEDEN: Melodifestivalen 2022 – Semi-Final WHEN? 8:00 p.m. CET OR? SVT 1, SVT reading PARTICIPANTS Group 1 Tone Sekelius – My …

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Pusha T, Joey Bada$$, Dave, A Boogie, more

This week in hip hop, we had King Von’s posthumous album, plus new albums from Your Old Droog, Kojey Radical, The Cool Kids, RZA & DJ Scratch, and more. We also received new singles from The Alchemist, Joey Bada$$, Dave, Tinashe, Pusha T, Popcaan, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Bktherula, …

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Pusha T, Pete Doherty, RHCP, Tinashe, Popcaan, etc.

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Your first listen: 15 songs to discover this week

It’s time for your first listen, where we show you the songs you need to check out this week! Each week we feature five standout songs you need to hear on Your First Listen on air. In case you miss them on air, you can catch up on the weekly …

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Madonna/Fireboy DML, ODESZA, Big Thief’s James, more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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50 best songs of the 90s – The best songs of the 90s

No decade is a musical monolith, but seeing the best songs of the 90s listed in one place makes the era seem particularly scattered. The story boiled down to grunge and gangsta rap on one side, boy bands and Britney Spears on the other, but it’s the stuff in the …

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Diane Patterson on New Album ‘Satchel of Songs’ – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Diane Patterson’s new album – “Satchel of Songs” – will be released on March 8, International Women’s Day. It is her sixth studio album and continues her celebration of life and respect for Indigenous cultures and includes guest appearances by singers Ani DiFranco and Alice DiMicele and kora player Gordon …

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10 Best Peacemaker Songs

Since gifting Marvel fans with the “Awesome Mix” tapes of the guardians of the galaxy movies, James Gunn is renowned for his Needle Drops soundtrack. The latest project from the writer-director – suicide squad streaming spin-off Peacemaker — has a bunch more Gunn’s signature needle drops. RELATED: 7 James Gunn …

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HAMMERFALL Releases Track-By-Track Videos For New Songs “Brotherhood” And “Venerate Me”

Swedish heavy metal saviors HammerFall have released track-by-track videos for “Brotherhood” and “Venerate Me”, songs from their new studio album, Hammer Of Dawn. Watch below: As one of the main forces in heavy metal, HammerFall topped not only Swedish album charts, but also album charts across Europe throughout their long …

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Charli XCX, Haim, Hater, Iceage, Ezra Collective, more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Songwriters’ royalties on songs by Drake, 50 Cent, Travis Scott and more will be auctioned off

With the music catalog market heating up, more and more options for users to participate in songwriter royalties are popping up every day. This week on the Royalty Exchange royalty buy and sell platform, bidders have the opportunity to hold a portion of songwriter royalties from a formidable catalog containing …

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Pink Siifu announces Gumbo’! Luxury’!! Album with 10 new songs

Pink Siifu has announced a deluxe edition of their 2021 album Okra’!. The new extended edition includes 10 new songs and will be released on March 11. Zelooperz, Valee, Kenny Beats, Remy Banks, Kamilah, Swarvy and Michael White are among the artists featured on the new songs. Find the tracklist …

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Best Michael Buble Songs You’ll Love If You Liked ‘Feeling Good’

Michel Buble Michael Bublé became the premier neo-crooner of his generation thanks to his fluid vocal skills and laid-back charm. Bublé, who was born in Canada and was influenced by traditional singers such as Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett as well as more current artists (notably Harry Connick, Jr.), rose …

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My small town values ​​are reflected in my songs: Deepak Agrawal

Hailing from the city of Firozabad, musician Deepak Agrawal has composed music and written lyrics for 11 films and four music videos to date. However, he believes that it is nowhere easy to survive in the industry as a songwriter-lyricist if one does not have a second source of income …

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Swedish House Mafia, TSHA & More – Billboard

We’re seven days closer to spring this week in the dance world, as Daft Punk acknowledges their breakup anniversary with a stream of classic 1997 set The Chainsmokers tie their fastest rise to the top of Billboard‘s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, Sven Väth talks to us about both his new …

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Kanye West Adds 11 New Songs To ‘DONDA 2’ Stem Players

When Kanye West said he was coming out DONDA 2 on February 22, hardly anyone believed him. When we were days away from the release date and he announced that the album wouldn’t even be available on streaming services at all, that justified the skepticism for most. After the DONDA …

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Kanye Releases 4 New ‘DONDA 2’ Songs On Stem Player

Kanye West performed songs from his new album DONDA 2 last night in Miami. The cinematic spectacle was streamed live to audiences around the world and, as expected, it was well worth watching. A few of the songs that were played/performed during the show appeared to be unfinished, and they …

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The Marty Winkler Songs I Never Sung for My Dad, and More Music News and Gossip

THE PRINCE AVENUE SONG BOOK: singer from Athens Marty Winker recently enjoyed further success across the Atlantic, where she was signed by the Swedish company Hemifran, which handles distribution and promotion in the UK and major European markets. This week, she officially releases her new album, Songs I never sang …

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What are the songs in episode 8 of Peacemaker?

“Peacemaker” Episode 8 (“It’s Cow Or Never”) features the fewest number of songs in the entire first season, but luckily all four songs are surely winners. In the first scene, Leota Adebayo (Danielle Brooks) attempts to make another apology to Peacemaker. Just before his rather lengthy apology began, a song …

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Meet Pattie Boyd, the Muse Who Inspired Rock’s Best Love Songs

Pattie Boyd was rock music’s first muse. She was married to George Harrison and then Eric Clapton, and both were inspired to write classic songs about her. But before all that, Boyd was a model in 60s swing London and, alongside Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton. This is how, at the …

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Ghost’s Tobias Forge: ‘I always try to write songs I’ve never written before’

Swedish occult rockers PHANTOM will release their fifth album, “Impera”March 11 through Loma Vista/Concorde. The leader of the group, Tobie Forgeworked on sequel 2018s “Prequel” with the producer Klas Åhlund and Swedish co-authors Salem Al-Fakir and Vincent Pontarewhose credits include Madonna and Lady Gaga. Forge discussed the “Impera” songwriting process …

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What are the songs from episode 7 of Peacemaker?

Episode 7 kicks off like no other “Peacemaker” episode we’ve seen so far. Flashing back to the titular character’s childhood, we see a young Christopher Smith (aka Peacemaker) and his brother, Keith, browsing through a vinyl collection, including records from Motley Crue and Kiss. As the two brothers simulate drum …

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The Best Heavy Metal Songs: 16 Undeniable Classics

The best heavy metal songs of all time? It’s impossible to make a definitive list, but the following picks can at least give you some direction for further exploration. The origins of heavy metal as a genre are, like any good genre, somewhat disputed. What most fans can agree on, …

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Group releases 1,000 30-second songs to cheat Spotify royalty payments

While Spotify remains in the news as music fans dissect the Neil Young vs. Joe Rogan debate, that’s not the only issue facing the streaming service. Royalty rates have long been a concern for music artists, and in recently announcing their plans to leave the streaming service, Failure noted not …

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Could Abba’s pop songs make me a better person?

ABBA, Swedish pop group in 1976 As readers know, I disapprove of parties and dancing, seeing them as corrupters of the soul and harbingers of moral degradation. Consequently, I would not have liked to work at 10 Downing Street. The endless requests to participate in social events would have discouraged …

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Listen to song samples

Nu kör vi! It’s one of the highlights of the national final, and this Saturday, February 5, Sweden Melodifestivalen returns for 2022. You can now listen to samples of the songs competing in the first round. Seven acts are ready to take the stage at the Avicii Arena. Two of …

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Israel: X Factor for Eurovision 2022 now has its last four songs

After more than three months, we are approaching the finish line of the X factor for Eurovision 2022. The live show team of 17 participants has been narrowed down to the final four, and tonight each artist’s song for Saturday’s grand finale has been selected. After a vote, where the …

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14 best songs of January 2022

We track the best songs of the year, every month of the year. Although 2022 is only a month away, it already has an impressive lineup of new songs to show off. January started well with the return of The Weeknd and FKA Twigs and exciting collaborations from Charli XCX …

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Roc Dubloc releases 2021 annual mix with over 70 songs in 10 minutes

Roc Dubloc releases its Yearmix 2021: Listen Roc Dubloc again comes with another fabulous Year Mix 2021 Edition (formerly known as Nexu Yearmix). The 10-minute mashup is something fans look forward to every year and 2021’s year-end is jam-packed with tracks spanning the full spectrum of pop and EDM. As …

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Charlie Doherty’s Best Songs and Albums of 2021

This time every year, I usually post separate articles of my favorite songs and full releases from the past year. Maybe it’s because I’m getting older or rock music in general is as unexciting as it has been for a long time (IMHO). Either way, I find myself listening to …

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Check out new tracks from Tove Lo, Grimes and Charli XCX!

Some artists surprise us with a new musical direction they haven’t heard of in a while (Kilo Kish) while some artists up their game (Grimes). While some artists come back after a while (Ella Mai, AWA and Lava La Rue). It might not be too long in Lava’s case, but …

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James Blake, Bloc Party, Disclosure, Ella Mai and more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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What are the songs from episode 5 of Peacemaker?

True to Peacemaker favorites, Episode 5 kicks off with its normal theme song, “Do You Wanna Taste It” by Wig Wam. Later, when the team drives to Glan Tai’s bottling plant, Sister Sin’s “Fight Song” plays on the radio in the van. While Harcourt (Jennifer Holland) doesn’t seem like a …

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Twilight: New Moon’s 10 Best Songs, Ranked

Not only The Twilight Saga will delight audiences around the world with its romance riddled with vampires and werewolves, but also grabbed people’s attention with its soundtrack. The movies undoubtedly had one of the most curated albums in modern cinema, and each had songs from massive artists like Thom Yorke, …

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Ghost’s US Debut in 2022: New Songs, New Look, New Era

Swedish satanic majesties Ghost have unveiled a brand new show and aesthetic for the start of their US tour with Danish rockers Volbeat. On January 25, the band played their first sold-out concert in nearly two years when they kicked off their tour at the Reno Event Center, also marking …

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Why You Can’t Find Neil Young’s Songs on Spotify

Spotify removed Neil Young’s music from its catalog after the musician said he didn’t want to be on the same platform as anti-vaxxer Joe Rogan. Days after Neil Young demanded his music be removed from Spotify, the Swedish music streaming service obliged and removed Young’s catalog from the platform. The …

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Salute the Dead, LEYA/Julie Byrne, Papercuts, SOAK, more

So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly …

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Meatloaf Songs + Booming Album Stream After Musician’s Death

There has been renewed interest in Meat Loaf’s music catalog, with streaming numbers increasing following the singer’s death. According to Billboard, the musician’s catalog streams have jumped 2,583% since his death on Jan. 20. There was also a significant increase in album and song sales. According to Billboardfrom January 21 …

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Neil Young calls for his songs to be removed from Spotify for ‘misinformation about vaccines’

Young slammed the streaming giant for giving the Joe Rogan Experience a platform to spread conspiracy theories. Neil Young has called on Spotify to remove his music from the streaming platform over “false vaccine information” appearing on their app, in an open letter to his management and record label posted …

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Best Rammstein Songs: 11 Industrial Rock Essentials

As soon as an industrial rock band Rammstein emerging from Berlin, they acquired a reputation for being outrageous. They sang in German about graphic violence and explicit sex, and, most notably, they filled their shows with mind-blowing pyrotechnics. Vocalist Till Lindemann set himself on fire, blasts from twenty-foot flamethrowers accompanied …

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The 10 best songs of 2021

Included on this list are loud anthems played around the world; beautiful intimate ballads and underground hits that push the limits. Although the songs presented in this article are of great diversity, they all share a common thread: excellence. There is no doubt that each of the songs on this …

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10 Australian Artists Who Covered Eurovision Songs

Australia’s love of the Eurovision Song Contest began long before it hit the small screen on SBS in 1983. Whether Australians knew it or not, they were buying covers of Eurovision songs from current 1970s pop singers that were on the Australian music singles chart. Since then, a few Australian …

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Discover the songs of Megan Thee Stallion, Hyolyn and Sigrid!

Another week and another batch of new songs. We couldn’t cover a number of songs here due to length (but check CMAT, Jordan Stephens and little god. Some artists take a new stylistic direction (like Sevdaliza and Shenseea), while others continue to produce the sound and themes for which they …

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Emeli Sandé, Robert Glasper, Pillow Queens

This week The PM Picks Playlist features Emeli Sandé’s soulful, upbeat “Brighter Days” of R&B, a much-needed dose of positivity in the gloom. Meanwhile, Killer Mike, BJ the Chicago Kid and Big KRIT join jazz’s Robert Glasper for the must-have new track, “Black Superhero.” Dublin’s Pillow Queens rock with their …

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A Country-Rap Knockout Crossover, and 13 Other New Songs

There has been more and more crossover between country and hip-hop in recent years, although often the relationship between the two influences can seem strained. But here’s a collab between two singer-rappers, both teenagers, that seems completely spontaneous: Kidd G, who makes the kind of naturally syncretic music that Nashville …

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Hottest 200: Here are the other hottest songs of 2021 – Music News

We’ve just finished going through the songs that just missed out on the Hot 100 of 2021 chart, aka the Hottest 200. Traditionally, triple j revealed the other hundred hottest songs after the big countdown. But this year, we’re starting the party earlier. We may have hinted at major spoilers …

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What are the songs in Peacemaker episode 3?

After the opening credits (as usual, with Wig Wam’s “Do You Wanna Taste It”), “Peacemaker” wastes no time in introducing the audience to another new song. Before the name of the episode even appeared onscreen, it’s obvious Gunn is about to treat audiences with a heavy metal act. As John …

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Julia Roberts | Anne-Marie is looking for bad boys to write songs on

Anne-Marie is looking for a new type “a ** hole” to write songs on. The hitmaker “Rockabye” is looking for romances, whether heartbreaking or not, to inspire new lyrics after a “break” in music. Speaking to the Wired column of the Daily Star newspaper, the 30-year-old singer said: “I actually …

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The Weeknd shared songs from “Dawn FM” which are “an alternate world”

The Weeknd started teasing their new album as long as last year Billboard Music Awards, but it wasn’t until last week that the project was finally scrapped. Now that Dawn FM is here after months of cryptic teasers, Abel is giving fans even more than they expected – the project …

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Skream and Benga Have Completed a Dozen New Songs – EDM.com

The recent news of Skream and Benga’s momentous 2022 return is worth celebrating in and of itself, but there’s apparently more to the duo’s revival than meets the eye. The dubstep legends recently ignited the music community when they announced they would be reuniting after more than a decade. Revered …

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The songs that kept me sane

Unable to travel, this writer found ways to go international through music. WELCOME to 2022. This is my first column for the new year and if you expect me to rage on the nasty and horribly depressing issues and controversies that continue to plague us – the latest involving the …

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Drummer pays tribute to Neil Peart with 175 Rush songs

Drumeo, an online drum lessons resource, paid tribute to drum icon Neil Peart through a massive project. Brandon Toews marked the second anniversary of Peart’s death by performing the 175 songs released by Rush during the band’s career. You can watch the video below. The “big fan of Neil Peart” …

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The Weeknd New Album: What are the best songs on ‘Dawn FM’?

The waits for the end of the release of The Weeknd’s fifth album, which arrives in early 2022 and some already define it as the continuation of his previous work, After hours, corn Dawn FM has everything you need to have a life of your own. Abel Tesfaye, real name …

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SASAMI, Pinegrove, fit for autopsy

So many artists, so little time. Every week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), put together some more new music we’d call “indie” and talk about what metal is releasing. We post music news, song premieres and more all day long. We update a playlist of …

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Tony Iommi | Tony Iommi teases more songs like Scent of Dark

Tony Iommi is planning more music “in the vein” of his song “Scent of Dark”. The Black Sabbath legend recently released a solo single and fragrance of the same name, featuring symphonic strings, and the 73-year-old guitar god has revealed he wants to keep writing music like this. In a …

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Best songs of Eurovision artists in 2021: 20 to 11

The end of 2021 is fast approaching. And that means one thing – the return of Yearly countdown to Team Wiwi’s best tracks. As usual, the wiwibloggs team voted for their favorite new songs released in 2021 by the stars of Eurovision Song Contest. After reviewing over 1000 songs over …

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22 iconic songs from 2012 that will be 10 years old in 2022

December 30, 2021, 5:45 PM Taylor Swift? Rihanna ? Nicki Minaj? 2012 gave us so many bops. It’s hard to believe, but 2022 is only hours away, which means it’s almost officially been 10 years since 2012. 2012 was an iconic year for music. Not only did this see huge …

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Above & Beyond partners with Amazon Music to share playlist of remixed songs in spatial audio – EDM.com

Immersive and spatial audio is fast becoming the next step in audio. The Trance Above & Beyond group have now partnered with Amazon Music to share remixes in the Dolby Atmos spatial audio format. Reworked tracks include “Almost Home”, “Screwdriver” and “1995” by gardenstate. As you listen to the album, …

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The 10 most suitable metal songs for ABBA (which are not Ghost or Night Flight Orchestra)

When it comes to metal, Sweden is generally known for their extraordinary contributions to the field of death metal, with bands like Entombed, Morbid and Nihilist helping to characterize the trendy sounds that emerged from the country in the late 1980s and in the early ’90s, inspiring countless bands to …

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Lileks: New Year songs

We just got through the holidays with 23,046 songs, and now we’re heading into the holidays that have…one. You would think there would be a better balance, right? Less Christmas songs, more New Year songs. We can remove a few songs from the Yule playlist and maybe reuse them. We …

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Music Therapy Column: Christmas Carols and Music Giving – Quest Media Network

Neil Summers (left) and Michael Taylor. Michael Taylor and Neil Summers, who present Music Therapy on Tameside Radio on Sunday evenings, close 2021 with a Christmas message and a musical reflection on the past year. By the powers of modern technology, if you missed our Sunday night show, you have …

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The 5 worst songs of 2021: from Kanye to Coldplay

From Kanye West to Coldplay, here are five songs we’re happy to leave behind in 2021. 1. Kanye West with Syleena Johnson, “Donda Chant” Yeezy finally presented his long-awaited 10th studio album, “Donda,” with 52 seconds of Johnson chanting his beloved late mother’s name 60 times. Even though Ye’s heart …

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We need more different holiday songs

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Column Author of the article: Carl Hnatyshyn Carl Hnatyshyn Content of the article I know we call this time of year “the holiday season,” but it would seem that some vacations during this season are more important than others. Advertising This ad has not yet loaded, but …

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Worth a thousand words: silly Christmas carols make the holidays even happier | Columns

A a few weeks ago, the editor-in-chief of Pioneer of the city of pines wrote her column about how everyone in their office started to rank the most and least favorite Christmas carols. the PioneerThe staff at were quite mixed as to her favorite song, but it was almost unanimous …

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We need more and different holiday songs

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Column Publication date : December 23, 2021 • December 23, 2021 • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Carl Hnatyshyn Content of the article I know we call this time of year “the holiday season”, but it seems that some holidays during this season are more …

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Christmas songs from Eurovision Song Contest and Australia Decides artists

Last year, Aussievision shared the gift of 12 Christmas songs. This year, we’re sharing 12 latest song releases of festive delight to feast your eyes and ears! We hope these new songs from the artists of Eurovision Song Contest and Australia Decides will help get you in the holiday spirit. …

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Here are all the songs from ‘Sing 2’

It all started with an ambitious koala named Buster Moon in 2016. In the original “Sing”, Moon’s father took him to a theater performance, he traded his dreams of becoming an astronaut for those of making a name for himself. in entertainment. The story of the hit film Universal Pictures …

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5 of the best songs of 2021 by transgender and queer artists – EDM.com

One positive element that the pandemic has provided for the music industry has been the emergence and support of queer and transgender artists. The industry has been mostly operated by men and there has been severe pay inequality, but we are now seeing more LGBTQIA + people and women being …

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Today’s crossword: meet the man who wrote the songs that can’t get out of your head

American composer Stephen Sondheim in New York, United States, in 1972. Image Credit: US Library of Congress / Bernard Gotfryd He has composed and written 16 stunning musicals. He has theaters named after him on Broadway in New York and in London’s West End. He is considered the greatest songwriter …

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Mac DeMarco, Mellii, Domo Genesis, more

So many artists, so little time. Each week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), put together some more new music we would call “indie” and talk about what metal is releasing. We post music news, song premieres and more all day long. We update a playlist …

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Best Dance Songs of 2021: Critics’ Picks – Billboard

For the second year in a row, the stopping and reopening stop / start of the global dance scene made us reflect on the function of dance music itself. Certainly the most traditional mode of consumption of its kind is through massive speakers at clubs and festivals, and – finally …

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SPB songs delight city music lovers

SP Sailaja and Mr. Ramu were the lead singers Music lovers across the city were treated to a delightful collection of SP Balasubrahmanyam songs at Kalabharathi on Sunday. The concert, titled Smrutyanjali, was organized by ACME. SP Sailaja and Mr. Ramu, a well-known live performer from Chennai, were the lead …

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Barack Obama releases his favorite songs playlist of 2021 – Billboard

Former presidents – (some of them) are like us. Barack Obama has released his recap of the favorite songs of 2021 on a curated new Spotify playlist, and the eclectic 27-track list includes everything from pop, rock and hip-hop to reggaeton, jazz, house , Tuareg guitar jams and gothic blues. …

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Denny Svehla Presents The Life and Songs of Neil Diamond in Metropolis

Denny Svehla celebrates The Life and Songs of Neil Diamond at the Metropolis Performing Arts Center on January 23, 2022. Emerging from the elite music scene in Chicago, Illinois, award-winning Neil Diamond tribute artist Denny Svehla began dabbling in the music business in 1999, and since then has manifested in …

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from Ed Sheeran and Elton John to Abba

It’s an annual muso moan that there are “no new Christmas carols” to hear – a myth seemingly hammered home by the cheerful perennial of Mariah Carrey, All i want for christmas, by far the youngest party favorite regularly heard on rotation – and the first to go diamond, having …

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