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Hey I’ve made a simple drum machine for the web that enable you to do different timing on each sound.Simple stuff but it’s pretty fun to play with.http://badaboom.flexyvoid.comHope you like it, when you change steps per loops or lenght of loop it retrigger the sound sequence. It’s weird but allows sick grooves and you can always resync if you want. Statistics: Posted by Yanakyl — Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:46...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
What Your Last Drink Of The Night Says About You
Nightlife

Maybe it’s last call at the bar or you’re calling it quits before the clock strikes midnight, but whether you’re sipping on a frosty beer or a glass of whiskey, the drink you’re currently nursing is a reflection of you. Look, this is no Myers-Briggs test, but we tend to believe that you are what you drink just as much as you are what you eat. So, where do you fall on the spectrum of sippers?...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
Why David Bowie Considered ‘Never Let Me Down’ LP a ‘Bitter Disappointment’
News

Between releasing the Tonight LP and making 1987’s Never Let Me Down, David Bowie experienced a surge in creativity. He appeared in the fantasy movie Labyrinth, recorded a raucous cover of “Dancing in the Street” with Mick Jagger, put out his last great single of the decade, the moving “Absolute Beginners,” and co-produced Iggy Pop’s well-received 1986 album Blah-Blah-Blah. Bowie liked the experience of the last project so much he kept working with its creative core – co-producer David Richards...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
John Lennon’s Original ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Artwork Headed to Auction
News

John Lennon‘s original album art sketch for Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band will anchor Julien’s Auctions’ upcoming sale in New York City. The “Music Icons 2017” auction will take place May 20th at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square. The drawing was found in a sketchbook uncovered at Lennon’s former home in Surrey, England, where he lived with his first wife Cynthia starting in 1964. Lennon wrote several Beatles hits in the Surrey mansion, as well as much of Sgt....

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
Justin Timberlake on Jonathan Demme: ‘You Made Me Better At My Craft’
News

Justin Timberlake, who worked with Jonathan Demme on the concert film Justin Timberlake + the Tennessee Kids, wrote a tribute to the director in an Instagram post. Demme died early Wednesday morning from esophageal cancer. Timberlake called Demme a “master of humanity, a genius of storytelling and a generous and warm man.” “You taught me so much about life and art and about standing up for what you believe … You made me better at my craft.” Demme and Timberlake...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson on ‘Limitless’ New Band the Magpie Salute
News

Around the time Rich Robinson released his last solo album, 2016’s Flux, the former Black Crowes guitarist journeyed to Applehead Studios in Woodstock, New York, to perform and record with his band in front of a live audience as part of the ongoing Woodstock Sessions. Robinson had taken part in the series once before, in 2014, and so this time he decided to try something a little different. “I reached out to Marc Ford,” Robinson says, naming his one-time Black...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
The Chic New Way To Rent Luxury Hotel Rooms By The Hour
Hotels

Well, technically, by the minute. Haven’t we all strolled past a lush hotel, peeked inside the lobby, and thought, Damn, I could really use a nap right now? You know, on one of those too-big, too-soft, too-many-comfortable-pillow beds that you can only find in hotels? Introducing Recharge, the app that lets you do just that – without dropping big bucks on an all-night stay. Launched in San Francisco, the on-demand service just announced its expansion to NYC, meaning that gala...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
How Old Crow Medicine Show Reimagined Bob Dylan’s ‘Blonde on Blonde’
News

For Ketch Secor, the music of Bob Dylan has always served as something of a time portal. “You listen to any of the Bob records and they send you back to the sources,” says the Old Crow Medicine Show singer and fiddle player, citing Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Blind Lemon Jefferson and the New Lost City Ramblers. As Secor explains on a recent morning, Dylan’s music, and specifically the singer-songwriter’s ability to interpret and build upon these seminal folk and...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
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Dance Music

Cold Charlie pulls no punches on his intense debut album NI4NI. The Montreal rapper’s music offers a relentless social commentary. If you’re looking for a fun, easy-going pop album, look elsewhere. NI4N is dark, introspective, sometimes aggressive and fascinating. Most importantly Cold Charlie has created a unique, blisteringly powerful sound. Listeners will be grateful that NI4NI’s album artwork carries the warning ‘Parental Advisory:Explicit Bass,’ as this bass sounds like a volcano erupting right in front of...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
Peter Murphy Postpones Residency Due to Vocal Cords Issue
News

Peter Murphy‘s residency at The Chapel in San Francisco has been postponed due to “a serious issue to his vocal cords,” according to a statement. Originally scheduled for June and July, the rescheduled run will take place next year in January and February. Doctors discovered nodules on Murphy’s vocal cords, according to a statement. The former Bauhaus frontman will undergo treatment and recovery time before he can use his voice again. In a video posted to YouTube, Murphy turned pages...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
Bruce Springsteen on Jonathan Demme: ‘He Was an Inspiration for Me’
News

Bruce Springsteen has penned a touching tribute to filmmaker Jonathan Demme, who died on Wednesday of complications from esophageal cancer. “Over here on E Street, we’re deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Jonathan Demme,” Springsteen wrote on his official website. “He was an inspiration for me, a beautiful filmmaker and a great spirit. Always smiling, always involved with the world and always pushing you to go for your best. He’ll be deeply missed.” Springsteen won an Academy Award...

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Thursday, 27 April 2017
20 Most Essential Jonathan Demme Movies
News

Thrillers, concert films, exploitation movies, uproarious comedies, Oscar-winning dramas, quirky character studies, socially conscious documentaries – was there anything Jonathan Demme couldn’t do? To say we lost a major artist today when the director of The Silence of the Lambs, Stop Making Sense, Philadelphia, Something Wild and many, many more passed away today at the age of 73 is underselling the gap left behind – few working Hollywood directors had his verstatility and almost none of them had his all-encompassing...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
How To Make A Cake That’s Taller Than You Are
Food

Last Wednesday, members only dining society Victory Club hosted an art filled bash with Paper Fashion over at one of Tribeca’s newest luxury buildings, 100 Barclay. For founder Stephanie Nass, nothing says party like cake. And the bigger the cake? Well, the better the party! For you adventurous hosts aiming to make a cake that’s taller than you are, take a look at Stephanie’s five key tips to keep in mind for a towering...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Lauren Alaina, Kip Moore Anchor ‘Georgia on My Mind’ Concert
News

The state of Georgia has long been a hotbed of country music, and now some of its artists are coming together onstage to give back. The fourth annual Georgia on My Mind concert, hosted by the songwriting collective the Peach Pickers – Georgia natives Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip – is set for May 16th at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. Lauren Alaina and Kip Moore, both from the Peach State, and Chris Janson and Michael Ray are all set...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Haim, Katy Perry Plot ‘SNL’ Musical Performances
News

Haim and Katy Perry will serve as musical guests on Saturday Night Live‘s ongoing 42nd season. The Haim sisters will perform on the May 13th episode hosted by Melissa McCarthy, and Perry will follow on the May 20th episode with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Saturday Night Live announced the bookings Wednesday with a Twitter photo featuring the show’s line-up on a cork board. The image also confirms the May 6th episode, featuring LCD Soundsystem (in their SNL debut) alongside host...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
David Byrne Remembers ‘Incredibly Generous’ Jonathan Demme
News

David Byrne, who collaborated with director Jonathan Demme multiple times, most notably on the famous Talking Heads concert film Stop Making Sense, remembered the director on Wednesday with a post on his website. Demme died early this morning at age 73 from esophageal cancer.  Byrne praised Demme for his “focus on character, his love of ordinary people, made the movies something different and special.” Byrne also commended the filmmaker for his musical enthusiasm and ability to “slip a reggae artist’s...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Flashback: See George Jones Cover Tom T. Hall’s ‘I’m Not Ready Yet’
News

Four year ago this month, the greatest voice in country music was forever silenced with the death of the inimitable George Jones. With a singing career that spanned more than six decades, Jones was one of the most prolific country hitmakers of all time, reaching Billboard’s Number One country singles spot 13 times. He also had a string of almost-chart-toppers, with eight songs that stalled at the Number Two position. One of those, a 1980 single called “I’m Not Ready...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Why ‘The Outsiders’ Still Matters 50 Years Later
News

When S.E. Hinton published The Outsiders in 1967, a novel she began writing at age 15 and sold at 17, the idea of a teenager writing fiction for her peers was a novelty. Most of the literature handed down for high school students to read had, in Hinton’s estimation, nothing to do with the lived experiences of teenagers in her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. “The authors of books for teen-agers are still 15 years behind the times,” she wrote in...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Jonathan Demme’s Stop Making Sense Is Still the Concert Film All Others Try to Be
Culture

Few films start so inauspiciously as Stop Making Sense. Talking Heads frontman David Byrne walks onto a bare stage at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles wearing a grey suit and white sneakers and carrying a boombox. “Hi,” he tells the crowd. “I got a tape I want to play.” He puts down the stereo, launches into “Psycho Killer,” and everything comes to life. Byrne breaks into wide-eyed staccato dance moves, the audience whistles in appreciation, and the show only gets better...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017
Socialites Bloomed At The New Yorkers For Children Fool’s Fete
Events

You know what they say – April showers bring ball gowns and flowers. Well, that was at least the case at the Mandarin Oriental last night, where socialites, fashionistas, and philanthropists partied for a cause high above Columbus Circle. Selita Ebanks, Crystal Renn, and Leandra Medine all joined New Yorkers For Children at their annual spring dinner dance, A Fool’s Fete. This year’s theme? Enchanted Garden. And talk about earthly delights! The glam evening, presented by Chloe, saw guests dressed in their...

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