Jim Lauderdale on the Beatles Vibe of His New Album ‘London Southern’
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Jim Lauderdale may have started playing country music and bluegrass when he was 15, but he first became an instant and early fan of rock & roll when he saw the Beatles perform on Ed Sullivan in 1964. Since then, he’s crafted a career that transcends genres. He’s done traditional country, old-school R&B and became a paragon of the Americana movement. Now, on his new album London Southern, Lauderdale revisits his fascination with the Fab Four, channeling the spirit of...

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Neil Young Celebrates Fourth of July With Patriotic New Video
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Neil Young and Promise of the Real have unveiled the video for their surprise new song “Children of Destiny.” The video, directed by Young’s Shakey Pictures, combines footage of recent large-scale protests alongside patriotic imagery like children waving American flags and Fourth of July cookouts.  “Preserve the land and save the seas for the children of destiny / The children of you and me,” Young sings on the track. “Stand up for what you believe / Resist the powers that...

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Watch Young Morrissey Meet Johnny Marr in ‘England Is Mine’ Trailer
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A young Morrissey trashes – then rises above – the stale rock scene of 1970s Manchester in the debut trailer for England Is Mine, an unauthorized biopic about the Smiths singer. The clip opens with the future rock icon as a budding music journalist, scribing a scathing review on a typewriter. “The local music scene is the sole preserve of troglodytes whose regard for subtlety and variation is comparable to a pig’s passion for the slaughterhouse,” narrates Steven Patrick Morrissey (Jack...

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Chingo Bling: Rapper Turned Stand-Up Tackling Immigration in Trump Era
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Chingo Bling’s debut Netflix comedy special They Can’t Deport Us All, which premiered in June, has been a fixture in the streaming service’s “Trending Now” section. The title rings with the truth and fears of Mexicans living in Trump’s America, but the Houston-based performer born Pedro Herrera III coined the slogan years ago, using it as the title of his 2007 rap album and its lead single. Throughout the Aughts, Bling was a colorful and well-established outlier on his city’s...

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Watch Adam Driver Deliver Scholarship News in Emotional Clip
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Adam Driver was probably the last person one military family expected to turn up on their doorstep recently, but he did, and he came bearing great news to their corner of Brodheadsville, Pennsylvania. The Star Wars actor, who was a U.S. Marine following the September 11th attacks, presented Hayley Grace Williams, a 21-year-old nursing student, with a full scholarship courtesy of Budweiser and Folds of Honor in a heartwarming video released Tuesday. Folds of Honor is a foundation that provides...

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Ellis: The New Nightlife Community For Women (Who Like Women)
Nightlife

For all the talk of social and cultural progress there’s been in the last few years, there are still few tangible solutions to meet the needs of many groups of people. It was only when Sage Fuchs and Jane Goldstein recognized the limitations in their own social lives that they decided to take it upon themselves to represent a community. Along with Kelsey Hunter and Blaire Preiss, they created Ellis, an exclusive community revolving around nightlife and social events by...

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See Hunter Hayes’ Paint Splattered Video for Surprise New Song ‘Rescue’
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On the heels of releasing his live performance video for “Amen,” Hunter Hayes dropped his first new music of 2017 on Thursday with the song “Rescue.” While fans might be quick to assume that the song is part of a rumored new record in the works, Hayes suggests he may be subscribing to a “singles model” of releasing music and is using “Rescue” to promote his partnership with online shoe retailer Zappos. “If I ever run too far / And...

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Jay-Z’s Mother Comes Out on ‘4:44’ Song ‘Smile’
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Jay-Z‘s mother Gloria Carter revealed for the first time that she is a lesbian on the 4:44 track “Smile,” with the rapper also opening up about his mother’s sexuality. “Mama had four kids, but she’s a lesbian / Had to pretend so long that she’s a thespian,” Jay-Z said on the track. “Had to hide in the closet, so she medicate / Society shame and the pain was too much to take / Cried tears of joy when you fell...

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Review: Unreleased Radiohead Tracks Provide More Complete Picture of ‘OK Computer’
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Great records can conjure the illusion of being tailored specifically to whatever era the listener is in. Declaring “Karma police, arrest this man!” alongside couplets like “Ambition makes you look pretty ugly/Kicking, squealing Gucci little piggy,” as transcendent melodies vie with outbursts of anxiety, depression and technological hate-fucking, OK Computer sounds pretty relevant right about now. Over the past 20 years, it always has. The news of this reissue – remastered to no great improvement over its prior...

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Watch Brett Eldredge’s Lovelorn ‘Castaway’ Video
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It’s not exactly news to call Brett Eldredge “lovesick,” but on his new song “Castaway” and its accompanying music video shot inside Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, the sentiment rings even truer than usual, as the Illinois native finds himself feeling alone and lost at sea. “Castaway,” a bare-bones love ballad that’s essentially a solo vocal performance with acoustic guitar, was co-written by Eldredge and Jordan Reynolds. He debuted the song in May during his opening set for Luke...

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Your Celebrity Approved Guide To Dubai
Travel

Casual getaways to the UAE have been popular among A-Listers like Kim Kardashian West, Selena Gomez (with squad of course), and hunks David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo. From discreet check-ins to arriving in style basically anywhere, these experiences are only for the crème de la crème. Get those Amex cards...

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4th Of July 2017: Our Official Hamptons Party Guide
Holidays

Are you ready to celebrate the fourth like a true Hamptonite? From pop-ups to day parties, we’ve got you covered for the Eastern shore of Long Island’s most popular weekend! Don’t forget to check out our calendar for more!...

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Jay-Z Lashes Out at Prince Estate on ‘4:44’ Song ‘Caught Their Eye’
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Jay-Z lashed out at the Prince estate over their ruptured Tidal deal and ensuing legal battle on the 4:44 song “Caught Their Eyes.” On the track, Jay Z accuses the estate – and namely former advisor Londell McMillan – of going against what Prince would have wanted for his own catalog following his death in April 2016. “I sat down with Prince, eye to eye / He told me his wishes before he died,” Jay-Z recounts on the track. In...

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Foo Fighters Plot Concert at Historic Greek Acropolis for PBS Docu-Series
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Foo Fighters announced a July 10th concert at the Acropolis of Athens, Greece, marking a rare rock performance at the historical site. The show will be filmed to air this fall as part of PBS’ docu-series Landmarks Live in Concert, which highlights live shows from iconic locations around the world. Ticket information is available at the Tickethour site. Sales from the show will benefit an unspecified local Greek charity. Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith hosts the Landmarks series,...

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Deafheaven’s George Clarke: My 10 Favorite Metal Albums
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At its heart, metal has always been about pushing boundaries, and no young band has explored the outer realms of the genre as deftly as Deafheaven. Formed in San Francisco in 2010, the band nailed a unique fusion of overdriven black metal and softer shoegaze on their 2013 breakthrough LP Sunbather. “That mixture of influences has kind of always been our thing, much to some peoples’ annoyance,” the band’s guitarist, Kerry McCoy, told Rolling Stone with a laugh in 2015....

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Which Reformed 2000s It Girl Are You?
Celebrities

Let’s face it, while the ’90s were fun, they were not the greatest decade. Sure, it brought us Cruel Intentions and some amazing pop music, but people who say that was the best time need to get a grip. Pop culture wasn’t better then, you’re just nostalgic for a time when you had no responsibilities and your parents weren’t divorced. The early 2000s are where it’s at. It was truly just a decade-long Mickey Avalon song, and what a decade it was. How did we all...

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Best Movies to See in July: Spider-Man, Charlize Theron Kicking Ass and More
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We’re only at the year’s halfway mark, but July is quickly shaping up to be the best moviegoing month of 2017: There are blockbusters lighthearted (Spidey’s back yet again, and Sony swears they’ve cracked the formula this time) and solemn (Chris Nolan goes to war with Harry Styles in tow). Do you like your sci-fi weird (monkey in a tank!) or extra-weird (sentient brains!)? Indie types can check out an urgent new doc on Syria, a groundbreaking Yiddish-language drama or...

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RaeLynn on ‘Confessional’ New Breakup Song ‘Lonely Call’
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RaeLynn’s new single “Lonely Call” was the most added song by a female artist at country radio this week. The track, off her stellar album Wildhorse, was written about a breakup she and her now husband Joshua went through early on in their relationship. “‘Lonely Call’ is a confessional. My WildHorse record is like my diary,” she tells Rolling Stone Country. “It’s so funny to listen back because I was so sad when we broke up, when I hear those...

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Conor McGregor Gives Glimpse Into His Boxing Style Ahead of Floyd Mayweather Fight
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Conor McGregor enters his fight against Floyd Mayweather as the underdog for good reason. As dominant as he is in the UFC, boxing is a completely different animal and McGregor is going up against one of the greatest boxers of all time. Sure, Mayweather is coming off of an almost two year retirement – McGregor has beaten Jose Aldo, Nate Diaz and Eddie Alvarez during that time to become the first UFC fighter to hold title belts in multiple weight...

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Hear St. Vincent’s Melancholy New Song ‘New York’
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St. Vincent released a melancholy new song, “New York,” that finds Annie Clark crooning lovelorn lyrics throughout the low-simmering ballad. “You’re the only motherfucker in the city who can handle me,” she pleads over a muted piano, strings and kick-drum pulse. Though the song feels primed for a grandiose crescendo, Clark harnesses the power of brevity, ending “New York” after two-and-a-half minutes. Clark debuted the track last year during a New York City benefit show that also featured Rufus...

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