Hear Tyler Farr’s Cathartic New Song ‘I Should Go to Church Sometime’
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The title track of Tyler Farr’s 2015 album Suffer in Peace hints at an existential crisis in the wake of a devastating breakup – nursing his wounds, he longs for solitude and hopes to find salvation in the Bible. Farr’s latest, “I Should Go to Church Sometime” takes the idea a step farther as the singer struggles with his faith and decisions. “Saw a man on the sidewalk, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Tyler Farr’s Cathartic New Song...

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Culture Index: Trevor Noah, ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ Tom Scharpling and More
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There is way too much good stuff floating around there as we close out the fourth month on the calendar. The eagerly awaited TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian classic, The Handmaid’s Tale, finally debuted on Hulu, Trevor Noah is finally hitting his stride on The Daily Show and the story of how one of the biggest newspapers in the world writes about the dead is well This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Culture Index: Trevor Noah, ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ Tom...

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Sophie Calle Will Bury Your Secrets In Green-Wood Cemetery This Weekend
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Leave it to French conceptual artist Sophie Calle to give literal meaning to the phrase “take your secrets to the grave.” This weekend, she’s teaming up with Creative Time for the debut of her newest public art project, Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery. Calle will be present on Saturday and Sunday to unburden visitors of their innermost musings, which they can share directly with her and then deposit into the earth through a slot in a special...

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Time for something a little bit different for the weekend.https://soundcloud.com/biodiode/nebulosity Statistics: Posted by Biodiode — Fri Apr 28, 2017 2:05...

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L.A. Riots at 25: N.W.A’s DJ Yella Reflects on ‘Crazy, Heartbreaking’ Scene
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The 1992 Los Angeles riots, one of the most devastating events in American history, occurred 25 years ago. While the city was physically restored, the threads of systematic racism that led to the violence are still embedded in many of our current social and economic systems. No music group portrayed this struggle more fervently than This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: L.A. Riots at 25: N.W.A’s DJ Yella Reflects on ‘Crazy, Heartbreaking’...

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction 2017: 10 Best Moments
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Earlier this month, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted its 32nd class: Joan Baez, Tupac Shakur, Electric Light Orchestra, Pearl Jam, Journey and Yes. The ceremony at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center – which This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction 2017: 10 Best...

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Ja Rule on Fyre Festival: ‘I’m Heartbroken at This Moment’
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Ja Rule is “heartbroken” following the disastrous first day of the Fyre Festival, a Bahamas-based luxury music festival that he co-created. The rapper promised to issue refunds to festival-goers. He reiterated that Fyre “was not a scam.” In a statement to This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Ja Rule on Fyre Festival: ‘I’m Heartbroken at This...

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Watch RaeLynn’s Tender ‘Love Triangle’ on ‘Seth Meyers’
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It can be tempting for any artist to approach their late-night television debut with a bigger-is-better tactic: in a sea of performances, it can feel like the loud and bombastic might more easily stay afloat. But not RaeLynn, who appeared last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers to play the lead single “Love Triangle” from her debut Number One LP Wildhorse. Surrounded by This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch RaeLynn’s Tender ‘Love Triangle’ on ‘Seth...

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‘Dear White People’: The Story Behind Netflix’s Controversial, Must-See Comedy
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“Man, look at it out there,”Justin Simien says, gesturing to the window of the hotel suite he’s currently holding court in. It’s early February, and the city has just been hit by a blizzard that feels damn near Biblical; the streets below us, as well as the whole of Madison Square Park, are covered by an endless blanket of eye-blinding white. “It’s like New York has been covered in This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Dear White People’: The Story...

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15 Songs That Predicted the L.A. Riots
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On April 29th, 1992, four police officers – Stacey Koon, Theodore J. Briseno, Timothy Wind and Lawrence Powell – were found not guilty for using excessive force in the March 3, 1991 arrest of Rodney King, a beating that had been surreptitiously videotaped and then broadcasted around the world. Hours after the conclusion of the trial, rioting began in South Central Los Angeles, and then spread This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 15 Songs That Predicted the L.A....

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See Justin Townes Earle’s Sweet, Nostalgic ‘Maybe a Moment’ Video
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Ahead of his upcoming album Kids in the Street, Nashville native Justin Townes Earle released his fourth single, “Maybe a Moment,” accompanied by a new video. It comes as half of a two-song release, which also includes a cover of Paul Simon’s “Graceland.” “Maybe a Moment” is the story of one of those nothing-to-do small town days in your teens. Why not drive to Memphis to just “get out of town,” Earle sings. He knows a place where a guy “sells...

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Inside The Opportunity Network’s Night Of Opportunity Gala 2017
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On Monday, April 24th, 850 prominent New Yorkers gathered at Cipriani Wall Street for the Night of Opportunity gala, raising $2.1 million to help students from underserved high schools on the road to top colleges and successful careers. The event honored David H. McCormick, Co- CEO of Bridgewater Associates; John F. Megrue, Jr., Chairman of Apax Partners, U.S.; and Will Packer, leading Hollywood TV and film producer.  Honorees were joined by guests including Nicky Hilton Rothschild and James Rothschild; Alan...

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Maren Morris on Why Women in Country Can’t Be ‘Sexual or Have Desires’
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“You either have to sing about being scorned by a lover or sing about thinking a boy is cute and wanting him to notice you. That’s about as edgy as you can get,” says Maren Morris in this week’s Lenny Letter – the newsletter co-founded by Lena Dunham. The Grammy-winning Morris took to task the unjust conventions too often applied to women in country music.  Despite awards and accolades, Morris has yet to see a Number One song, and still finds...

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Watch Pixies Perform Raucous New Song ‘Bel Esprit’ on ‘Conan’
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A week after Pixies kicked off a U.S. tour in support of their 2016 LP Head Carrier, the band visited Conan Thursday to perform “Bel Esprit” form the album.  The performance showcased the band’s new bassist Paz Lenchantin, who joined the group in place of Kim Deal during the tour for 2014’s Indie Cindy. Lenchantin and Black Francis split lead vocals on the punchy cut from Head Carrier, which marked the bassist’s first studio LP with alt-rock legends.  “This was...

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Calls Marijuana ‘Addictive,’ Won’t Reverse Ban
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Even though a number of states across America have legalized or are in the process of legalizing marijuana for medical or recreational use, it doesn’t appear as though the NFL will change its stance on the drug anytime soon. While speaking on ESPN’s “Mike and Mike” on Friday morning, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said marijuana has an “addictive nature” and may not “be healthy for the players long-term.” For that reason, he won’t remove it from the league’s banned substances...

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Bella Hadid Skipped Out On Fyre Festival For A Chillhouse Slumber Party
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In case you were wondering and/or concerned, Bella Hadid is not among those poor, rich souls currently stranded in the shitshow that is the Fyre Festival Fail. Perhaps, though she was one of the main promoters of the event in the Bahamas, she knew something that we all didn’t. In any case, the supermodel seems to be safe in New York, instead attending a chic slumber party hosted by SPRING and Morgan Lane this week at Lower East Side wellness hot spot,...

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Willie Nelson, Gorillaz, Feist and 11 More New Albums to Hear Right Now
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Rolling Stone Recommends Willie Nelson, God’s Problem ChildThe 83-year-old American legend takes on mortality with songs that look compassionately at the vagaries of one’s body aging, lifelong friendships and online rumors of his death, as well as a tribute to his former collaborator Merle Haggard, who passed away in 2016. “ age has sharpened Nelson’s focus as a songwriter, providing him with renewed purpose as a lyricist and heightened vulnerability as a vocalist. … God’s Problem Child is a tightly-woven,...

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Steve Earle Recruits Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson for New Album
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Last spring, Steve Earle celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of Guitar Town, the album that introduced his mix of Reagan-era roots-rock and outlaw country. This year, he’s whipping up a similar storm with So You Wannabe an Outlaw, looking to legends like Waylon Jennings for inspiration. “I was out to unapologetically ‘channel’ Waylon as best as I could,” Earle wrote in a press statement. “This record was all about me playing on the back pick-up of a ’66 Fender Telecaster on...

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Watch Diddy, Ma$e, Lil Kim Celebrate Bad Boy Doc With Greatest Hits Medley
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Puff Daddy enlisted Bad Boy artists Lil Kim, Faith Evans, Ma$e and R&B singer Carl Thomas to celebrate the world premiere of Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story at New York’s Beacon Theatre Thursday night. Following the screening, the label roster performed a medley of some of their biggest hits, kicking off with a glamorous Lil Kim delivering her verse from the remix of Mobb Deep’s 1999 hit “Quiet Storm.” “Big Momma Thang” did not fare as well, as...

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The War on Drugs Plot Expansive Fall Tour
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The War on Drugs announced an extensive fall tour with shows in North America and Europe. The 34-date trek launches September 21st in the band’s hometown of Philadelphia and concludes November 27th in Stockholm, Sweden. General public tickets go on sale Friday, May 5th at 10 a.m. local time via the band’s website. A pre-sale begins Monday, May 1st for North America and Tuesday, May 2nd for U.K. and Europe at 10 a.m. The indie-rock sextet officially released their psychedelic...

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