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Acclaimed San Antonio band Buttercup have a new album and new featured drummer, Claire Rousay

Musician and sound artist Claire Rousay inhabits a realm where traditional instruments such as the piano, harp and violin are juxtaposed with everyday sounds such as, for example, a washing machine or the noise of traffic or ice. jostled in a plastic cup. His music, on albums such as “A …

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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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Fontaines DC wins Best Band in the World at NME Awards

Irish post-punk band Fontaines DC have been named Best Band in the World at the NME Awards. The annual ceremony at Brixton Academy in London was this year hosted by actress and comedian Daisy May Cooper and rapper-presenter Lady Leshurr. The Dublin band won first prize ahead of Australians Amyl …

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Danish Hard Rock Band JUNKYARD DRIVE To Release New Album In May – Metal Planet Music

Since 2014, Junkyard Drive has crisscrossed half the world. With over 100 gigs played, over five million streams and two records to date, they have firmly planted their flag on the international rock scene, playing big stages like Sweden Rock Festival and touring with, for example, Eclipse. After the success …

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Swedish Gothic Rock Band Brotherhood Returns With Double A-Side Single ‘Valentine’ / ‘Breakdown’ – Watch ‘Valentine’ Video

In 2019, Swedish gothic rock band Brotherhood released their second album “In The Violet Hour” which was followed by single “More”; The band was therefore booked to support The Mission during their concerts in Sweden. When the pandemic hit the world, the founding members of Brotherhood – Stefan Eriksson and …

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Much-loved indie band Viola Beach remember six years after their tragic death in Sweden

The music world today mourned the loss, six years later, of much-loved indie band Viola Beach and its manager. The Warrington Group – Kris Leonard, 19, River Reeves, 19, Tomas Lowe, 27 and Jack Dakin, 19 – and their manager Craig Tarry, 32, where all were killed when their Nissan …

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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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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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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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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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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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The 90s rock band announced as the first Chagstock Festival headliners for 2022

Organizers of one of the South West’s most popular festivals have announced their first nightly headliner – Ash. The three musicians rose to fame with their 1996 single “Girl From Mars” which reached the top 20. The Northern Irish power-pop band then released their 1977 debut album which featured four …

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The Wombats will never be an ‘overtly positive’ band

The Wombats insist there is “zero chance” the indie group will ever be “openly positive”. The rock band are back with their first studio album since 2018 ‘Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life’, ‘Fix Yourself, Not the World’, and frontman Matthew ‘Murph’ Murphy has admitted that if fatherhood made him …

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Burke Shelley, frontman of 1970s Welsh rock band Budgie, has died aged 71

Burke Shelley, frontman of 1970s Welsh rock band Budgie, dies aged 71 a year after refusing surgery for aneurysm Burke Shelley co-founded Budgie in 1967 with Tony Bourge and Ray Phillips The Welsh rock band released 10 studio albums between 1971 and 1982 They stopped touring in 1987 before reforming …

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Ghost and Volbeat Commemorate Headlining Tour with Single Featuring Metallica Covers

PHANTOM and VOLBEAT will co-headline across the United States starting Jan. 25, and to commemorate the monumental tour, the groups have partnered with Blacked out records to release a limited edition seven-inch double-sided single featuring each band’s contributions to “The Metallica Blacklist” charity album: PHANTOMthe cover of “Enter Sandman” on …

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Budgie singer and bassist Burke Shelley has died at 71

Burke Shelley, lead singer and bassist of the Welsh hard rock band Budgie, died at the age of 71. “It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my father, John Burke Shelley. He passed away in his sleep tonight at Heath Hospital in Cardiff, his hometown. He …

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Stryper Singer – Unlike Slayer, We Practice What We Preach

Over the years, Michael Sweet has firmly maintained his belief that Stryper is not a Christian band, but rather a band made up of Christians. However, he claims that they have stuck with their identity and unlike groups like Slayer, they practice what they preach. “I have recently, over the …

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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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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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Here’s how Metallica became “the greatest band in the world”

Metallica was hardly an overnight sensation. Formed in 1981, the band struggled for years in relative obscurity, going through lineup changes, money troubles and enduring tragedy with the death of bassist and Castro Valley native Cliff Burton in a tour bus crash. . A decade later, having released four acclaimed …

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German hard rock singer Rammstein to perform in Israel

The lead singer of German hard rock band Rammstein is set to perform in Israel early next year, it was announced on Sunday. Till Lindemann will perform at Toto Hall in Holon on January 1, 2022, as part of a European tour he is about to embark on with his …

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David Longdon, frontman of progressive rock band Big Big Train, has died aged 56 | Music

David Longdon, the frontman and multi-instrumentalist of British progressive rock band Big Big Train, has died at the age of 56. Longdon died in a Nottingham hospital on November 20 following an accident, the group said in a statement. No other details were shared. Bassist and band founder Greg Spawton …

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Local Natives releases cover EP after the appearance of “Shrink Next Door”

Local Natives have released a new cover EP after making an appearance on Apple TV Plus’s “The Shrink Next Door”. The Los Angeles-based indie rock band appeared on the show, which stars Paul Rudd as Isaac “Ike” Herschkopf, a psychiatrist with a grim past. The series is inspired by real …

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Travis Tackle Queen’s ‘Killer Queen’ ahead of ‘The Invisible Band’ re-release

Scottish multi-platinum rock band Travis have approached The queen’s “killer queen” for their own harmoniously crisp take on the classic ’70s hit. The reimagined previously unreleased version was originally intended for the B-side of their hit single “Sing”. Now the track is available with a cheeky preamble in a special …

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Genesis resonates on final tour with decades of song and spectacular visuals

WASHINGTON – When the end is near, everything resonates a little deeper. That sense of finality overshadowed Genesis’ performance at DC’s Capital One Arena on Thursday, the second city on the group’s North American tour, which kicked off earlier in the week with a pair of shows in Chicago. But …

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Rock and roll band Kiss launches spirits brand in the United States

Rock band Kiss launched their spirits brand, Drink It Up, in the United States after selling more than 100,000 bottles in Europe, Japan and Australia. Drink It Up by Kiss is a collaboration between the group, their licensing agent, Epic Rights, and award-winning spirits producer Brands for Fans. Brands For …

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Dave Gahan of Depeche Mode talks about his first cover album, the aptly named “Imposter”

Dave gahan is no stranger to singing other people’s songs. Although for most of his career these songs all came from the same source. As the singer and frontman of the seminal synth-rock band Dispatch Mode, Gahan rose to his first glory as a performer, using his plaintive and sultry …

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Get to know Måneskin, the Italian band bringing rock to America

It may seem like the not atypical success story of modern music: the band goes viral; the group is signed; the group is very popular with the general public. But Måneskin’s journey is far from ordinary. The latest internet crush features Victoria De Angelis (bass), Ethan Torchio (drums), Thomas Raggi …

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Catching up with the Cardigans singer on the ’90s hit I obsessed with as a teenager

Recently I walked into a drugstore and immediately stopped dead when I heard a familiar sound playing over the speakers. “Doot-doot … doot-doot-doot-doot …” I felt a wave of excitement, more than usual when I’m in CVS. “Dear, I’m afraid we have a problem …” It’s funny how some songs …

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Conan Gray, Amy Allen, Poo Bear – Billboard

Are you looking for motivation to help you start another work week? We can smell you, and with some stellar new pop tracks, we’ve got you covered. These 10 tracks from artists like Conan Gray, Beach Bunny, Amy Allen, Poo Bear and many more will give you energy to face …

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Tobias Forge explains why covering Metallica songs is a problem

In a new interview with Recording of Audacity, Phantom leader Tobie Forge talked about his group covering Enter Sandman from Metallic in The Blacklist Album and explained the problem he had while singing Metallicthe songs of. Tobie Forge is a Swedish singer who rose to prominence as the frontman and …

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‘Nosferatu’, Texan singer Sam Baker among this week’s pop culture picks

1. Julien Boulanger Four years ago, Julien Baker made a major breakthrough by forcing listeners to lean in and listen. Her “Turn Out the Lights” had little explosions of catharsis, but it was also a calm and devastating album that left plenty of room for her vocals and lyrics. She …

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New York has a new group of post-punk teens: geese

Every year dozens of young bands do their best to secure a contract with a label that could give them a chance to become a star. For Geese, a Brooklyn-based rock band made up of five nervous teenage friends, nothing could have been further from their minds. “The band was …

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Jay and the Americans Singer dies at 82 – Billboard

Jay and American singer Jay Black died of complications from pneumonia. He was 82 years old. Black’s family have confirmed that he passed away on Friday evening (October 22). In his later years, Black, who gave his last concert in 2017, also suffered from dementia. “Today we mourn the passing …

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7000apart, Unity the Band, Kurt Gunn among the big winners

Artists from the Green Bay and Fox Valley area took home four of the night’s top honors at the 40th Wisconsin Area Music Industry Awards on Sunday in Milwaukee. Unity the Band won the first artist of the year award. Menasha’s roots reggae group is led by Kai “Pita” Katobalavu, …

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After 5 years of recording, Hillary Fitz Band releases its first album | Entertainment

It’s taken a while – five years, to be exact – but the Hillary Fitz Band are ready to share their debut album with the world. “It definitely feels like a release,” says singer-songwriter Hillary Fitz. “It looks like it is.” The rock band from Saint-Louis will unveil “A Vibrant …

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Ghost’s Tobias Forge explains the process of writing the band’s first new single in two years, “Hunter’s Moon”

Last week the big Swedish rockers GHOST released a new song called “Hunter’s moon”. The track, produced by Klas Åhlund and mixed by Andy wallace, is featured in the latest blockbuster of the legendary film franchise “Halloween kills”. The “Halloween kills” the soundtrack is scheduled to arrive on October 15 …

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Petaluma’s Young Country Singer Chloe Cullen Star Rises

If you lived in Petaluma a few years ago and went to the Boulevard 14 cinema for a movie, you might remember a young woman performing in front of the theater, with her guitar and her sweet, angelic voice. For five years, when she was just 13, Chloe Cullen shared …

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Queen store opens in London to mark five decades of the group

LONDON, Sept. 27 (Reuters) – From Brian May T-shirts to guitars, Queen memorabilia are on sale at a new pop-up store on Carnaby Street in London, celebrating five decades of the rock band’s music. “Queen The Greatest,” which opens Tuesday, will host rocker-related themes until its release in January. For …

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REM’s Michael Stipe says band “will never reunite”

REM fans, Michael Stipe has no encouraging news when it comes to seeing the seminal rock band together again. In a new interview for New York City public radio station WNYC, Stipe made it clear about his take on the future – or lack thereof – for REM: “We will …

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Swedish indie rock band The Sounds to perform at the Bowery Ballroom on September 14

Raynee hamilton August 25, 2021 – 10:25 a.m. Swedish indie rock band The Sounds will perform at the Bowery Ballroom on Tuesday, September 14. Tickets at this 18+ show costs $ 30.00, and the show will run from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. The Sounds was formed in 1998 in …

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Rock band Aerosmith and Universal Music Group sign alliance deal

PARIS, Aug. 23 (Reuters) – Hard rock band Aerosmith and Universal Music Group (UMG) have announced the signing of a global strategic alliance agreement, whereby the entire Aerosmith catalog of recorded music is upgraded to UMG before the 50th anniversary of the group and the IPO of UMG. next month. …

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HARD ROCK PSYCHEDELIC TAPE, GAUPA, SIGN WITH NUCLEAR BLAST

Today, NUCLEAR EXPLOSION RECORDS are pleased to announce the signing of exciting young psychedelic hard rock band GAUPA from Falun, Sweden. With surreal lyrics, an energetic and very unique singer, and an addicting sound that combines progressive stoner rock with doom, folk and psychedelic rock influences, GAUPA released their self-titled …

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The singer of the winning group had to pass a drug test

Damiano David from Måneskin from Italy is interviewed after winning the trophy for the song “Zitti E Buoni” (Shut up and shut up) at the grand finale of the 65th Eurovision Song Contest held in Rotterdam Ahoy on May 22, 2021 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. This is the third time …

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Prins Svart Feat. Former Candlemass singer Mats Levén: new single ‘Vargtimmen’ is out now

swedish rock band PRINS SVART just released the lyric video of “Vargtimmen” (English translation: “Wolf’s Hour”), the second single from his upcoming album “Sanning Och Makt” (“Truth and power”). The LP marks the group’s first recorded release with their new singer, Levén carpet, a veteran of the Swedish hard rock …

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