Bill Cosby Gets 2018 L.A. Trial Date, Denies Sexual Assault Tour Reports
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Bill Cosby will tentatively go to trial in Los Angeles July 30th, 2018 to face a civil suit accusing him of sexually assaulting a teenage girl at the Playboy Mansion in 1974, CBS Los Angeles reports. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge set the far-off court date because prosecutors in Pennsylvania are expected to retry the recent criminal case against Cosby that ended in a mistrial. Judy Huth filed her lawsuit against Cosby in December 2014. At the time,...

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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Dave Chappelle Adds Radio City Dates With Chance the Rapper, Lauryn Hill
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Dave Chappelle has added three new shows to his August residency at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, tapping Chance the Rapper, Lauryn Hill and Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) as support. Chance will join Chappelle at his August 17th gig, while Hill will appear on the 20th and Bey the 23rd. Tickets for those dates go on sale June 30th at 10 a.m. ET while a pre-sale begins June 29th at 10 a.m. ET. Chappelle announced his...

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Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Inside Cuba’s Most Luxurious New Hotel In Decades
Hotels

Ever since the Obama administration loosened restrictions when it came to Cuba, the Caribbean island has become the hottest (quite literally) place to travel. Of course, the freedoms were short-lived, now that Donald Trump has reinstated some limits. But all is not lost – just yet. You can still explore the streets of Havana with special tour groups, and if you make it there, this new hotel is the place to be. Enter the new Kempinski outpost, located in the heart...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Listen to ‘Rolling Stone Music Now’ Podcast: Greatest Metal Albums of All Time
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The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now podcast is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Spotify, or check it out below. Judas Priest’s Rob Halford joins Rolling Stone staffers Kory Grow, Hank Shteamer, Brittany Spanos and host Brian Hiatt to discuss the magazine’s list of the 100 Greatest Metal Albums of all Time. While on the show, the singer also broke down some of his own Top 10 favorite albums, spoke about the history of...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Chase Rice Plots Lambs and Lions Tour
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Three years on from topping the charts with his one-and-done LP for Columbia Nashville, Ignite the Night, Chase Rice is looking to get a fresh start in 2017. That’s meant severing ties with his old label to join forces with Broken Bow Records and, more importantly, distancing himself from the bro-country image that was both his blessing and curse in the changing climate of country music. With a new album, Lambs & Lions, due out later this year, Rice is...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Beth Ditto on ‘Graceland’-Influenced Solo Debut, Life After Gossip
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“It made me think of glitter,” says Beth Ditto in her candy-coated Southern drawl. “I like glitter.”  The 36-year-old singer is referring to the title of her new solo debut, Fake Sugar, which trades the stripped-down snarl of her former band Gossip for a more grown-up sound. Ditto first gained recognition for her powerhouse vocals, punk ethos and winged eyeliner. But she soon emerged as an advocate for LGBTQ rights, body positivity and feminism, even going on to launch her own plus-size...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Britney Spears on Lip-Sync Accusations: ‘It Really Pisses Me Off’
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Britney Spears shot down accusations that she lip-syncs at her concerts during an interview with an Israeli television station prior to a July 3rd concert in Tel Aviv. “A lot of people think that I don’t sing live,” Spears said. “Because I’m dancing so much I do have a little bit of playback, but there’s a mixture of my voice and the playback. It really pisses me off because I am busting my ass out there and singing at the...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Watch Kendrick Lamar Weigh Peace, Violence in Striking ‘Element’ Video
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Kendrick Lamar doles out punches and salvation in the new video for “Element,” off his latest album, Damn. Jonas Lindstroem co-directed the clip with the Little Homies, the duo of Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment President Dave Free. The new video mimics the richly symbolic visual collage style of “Humble,” though the “Element” video is less frenetic and relies more on striking slow-motion shots. The clip grapples with violence and comprises sequences in which a building burns, a father teaches...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Euphoric Risers – FX samples (DownFalling and UpRising FXes)
Computer Music Hardware/Software

123creative has released Euphoric Risers FX samples in cooperation with Freak music.Genres: Chillout, Downtempo, Cinematic, Dance, Deep House, Dubstep, EDM, Electro House, Progressive House, Trance“Euphoric Risers” is a collection of 205 up-rising and down-falling FX samples. Just pure and clear sounds, without any “fillers”. All files are compressed and EQ’d, so only thing you have to do is drag&drop. Fits in every EDM genre.Product content:Down-Falling FXes:– 44 long- 38 medium- 17 shortUp-Rising...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
5 Feminist Brands That Are Changing The Embroidery Game
Fashion

Embroidery, which has historically been discarded as “women’s work,” has now been reclaimed as a fashion and art technique meant to empower. From funky designs, to political slogans, embroidery is back and more fabulous and fierce than ever....

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
‘Baby Driver’ Review: Buckle Up For Edgar Wright’s Go-For-Broke Pulp Musical
News

Now this is what I call a summer movie. Baby Driver has it all: thrills, laughs, sex, nonstop action, a killer soundtrack, a star-making performance from Ansel Elgort and a director – Edgar Wright – who can knock the wind out of you. When was the last time to got pumped by a car chase? This revved-up ride of a movie is loaded with them, and they’re spectacular. 12 Best Movies of 2017 So Far From social horror to superheroes,...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Aaron Judge: How New York Yankees Rookie Sensation Is Changing Baseball
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It’s been a long time since any rookie player in Major League Baseball has made such a huge impact for his ball club, and left such large footprint upon the game in such a short period of time. It’s a rare occurrence, but when it happens, it’s special, and usually marks a new era for the sport.  Sixteen years ago Ichiro Suzuki came to play in America just a few months shy of his 28th birthday. During that 2001 season...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Read U2 Bassist Adam Clayton’s Outspoken Speech About Alcoholism Battle
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He’s been in one of the biggest bands in the world for well over three decades, but Adam Clayton is rarely the center of attention. That changed Monday night at the Playstation Theater in New York’s Times Square when the U2 bassist received the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award at the annual MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit Concert. The organization, which was established by the Recording Academy in 1989, has distributed more than $4.4 million to musicians in need, focusing much of...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
How To Get (& DIY) Your Own Watermelon Keg This Summer
Things We Love

We’re always looking for healthy but tasty hacks to make us feel less guilty about whatever calorie laden concoction we’re about to devour, especially when it comes to alcohol. That’s why we love, love, love that the Dream Hotel rooftop has the same sentiments this bikini season! The Beach at Dream Downtown has been serving kegs made out of your fave summertime fruits. In case you forgot, they’re also home of the ten pound Moscow Mule. Bronzing and boozing poolside while getting your...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
See Hunter Hayes Capture Live Show Energy in New ‘Amen’ Video
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Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes may be in a holding pattern since 2015’s The 21 Project, but the Louisianan’s surprise 2016 release of the song “Amen” helped tide fans over until his next full-length record. On Monday, Hayes released its video, which features footage from his shows around the country. Hayes may not have a release date for his next record, but in a January conversation with Rolling Stone Country, the singer talked about recording the upcoming project in a small...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Review: Prince’s ‘Purple Rain’ Deluxe Reissues Reveal Top-Shelf Tracks From Icon’s Hot Streak
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A legendary control freak, Prince’s business instincts were always idiosyncratic, from scrawling “SLAVE” on his face and changing his name to an icon (to protest his Warner Brothers contract) to his New Power Generation pop-up shop in Minneapolis (for the year or so it lasted on Lyndale Avenue, I always remember finding it empty – when it opened at all – save its clerks). In some cases, time proved him prescient: Frank Ocean and others have refined the pop-up, while...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
See Drake as Steph Curry in NBA Awards’ ‘Get Out’ Spoof
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Drake served as host of the inaugural edition of the NBA Awards on Monday night. In one comedy skit from the show, the hip-hop star portrayed Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry in an amusing homage to the hit horror flick Get Out.  The segment gently pokes fun at the happy domesticity of Curry’s relationship with his wife Ayesha (played by Pitch‘s Kylie Bunbury). In the clip, Warriors forward Draymond Green (Get Out star Lil Rel) calls Drake and encourages him to...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Watch Calvin Harris, Katy Perry, Pharrell’s Funked Out ‘Feels’ Trip
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Katy Perry, Pharrell and Big Sean join Calvin Harris for a gossamer island getaway in the new video for “Feels.” The track will appear on Harris’ upcoming album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, out June 30th. The clip is set on a hyper-stylized beachside set that splits the difference between Willy Wonka and Perry’s Teenage Dream-era Candyland aesthetic. Pharrell delivers his verses by a psychedelic cove filled with water that changes color while Perry sings the sultry “Feels” hook in a flower-filled...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
See the Vandoliers’ Poignant ‘Endless Summer’ Video
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There are few memories more visceral than those of childhood summers. Swimming pools, snow cones and – in the case of the Vandoliers’ new video for “Endless Summer” – firecrackers all make up those blissful days outside the classroom. “Endless Summer” features singer Joshua Fleming and company performing the feel-good cowpunk track from their recently released album The Native as shots of a cowboy-hatted young boy flash in and out. The song’s instrumental climax – all barroom piano and...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Baby Driver Brings Your Badass Playlist Fantasies to Life
Culture

Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver begins the way most capers end: three goons pulling off a bank heist, then their getaway driver leaving the cops in his rearview. Unlike most capers, though, the escapade goes down to the pulse-pounding strains of The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s “Bellbottoms.” It’s a whiplash-inducing rush that lays more than a dozen cars to waste and doesn’t let up for the song’s entire 5:16 runtime, each screeching turn and crash perfectly timed to the track’s churning...

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017
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