Flashback: Austin Jones Posts Apology for Requesting Videos from Minors
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Austin Jones’ arrest Monday at Chicago’s O’Hare airport on child pornography charges may have come as a surprise to many of his fans, but Jones’ inappropriate behavior isn’t without precedent. In 2015, the popular YouTube singer came under fire after several fans accused him of lying about his age in order to get underage girls to send him twerking videos. A Change.org petition calling for Jones to be dropped from the Warped Tour lineup nearly reached its 10,000 signature goal,...

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Queens of the Stone Age Preview New LP, Tour With Gritty ‘The Way You Used to Do’
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Queens of the Stone Age unveiled a grisly and jumping new song “The Way You Used to Do” from their upcoming album, Villains, out August 25th. The band has also announced a North American tour in support of the record this fall. “The Way You Used to Do” boasts a blown out bluesy guitar riff but moves forward with a light, danceable touch as singer Josh Homme’s vocals sift between a wail and delicate croon. Villains, which marks Queens of...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Big Boi on ‘Boomiverse,’ Cosby Lyric, 10th Anniversary of ‘Int’l Player’s Anthem’
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Courtesy of Epic Records “When we first started, it wasn’t cool to be from Atlanta,” says Big Boi, one half of pioneering rap duo Outkast. “Now Atlanta is the place to be with music, film and television. To have people excited about the city and the culture and the lifestyle, I’m very proud of that. We’re the pioneers of it, and we’re still at the forefront of what’s happening. There’s plenty of people over the years, hundreds if not thousands...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
See Trace Adkins’ Smooth ‘Something’s Going On’ on ‘Kimmel’
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Trace Adkins was in Hollywood on Wednesday, June 14th for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The Louisiana native played two songs from his latest record, Something’s Going On, including the most recent single, “Watered Down,” and the album’s title track. The latter tune features Adkins reaching down low in his storied range for the verses. “ sat me down and said, ‘Trace, that low note you can hit, you need to do that in every song that you record,...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
How Instagram’s New Feature Is Changing Social Media
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In the age of social media and fame through followers, transparency can and will be monetized. Instagram has served as a platform by which the bank accounts of the young and beautiful have been nourished generously via sly sponsorship. Most of the Instagram posts made by our favorite models or celebrities are (believe it or not!) sponsored content. Sometimes the celebrity will include a link or reference like the Kardashians’ famous “SugarbearHair Vitamins” gummies stunt. However, most of the time these sponsored...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Review: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Look Outward on ‘The Nashville Sound’
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“Am I the last of my kind?” Jason Isbell ponders on his new album, The Nashville Sound. Isbell, who hails from the Muscle Shoals region of Northwest Alabama, is singing, as he often does, in character, this time a down-and-out survivor struggling to play catch up with the rapidly changing country he calls home. But “Last of My Kind” could also be a tagline for Isbell himself, who, with his lyrics-heavy, unadorned narrative storytelling approach to roots music, has become...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Watch Miley Cyrus Sing Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ in Hilarious Google Translation
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The highlight of Miley Cyrus‘ epic Tonight Show takeover on Wednesday night was her fully-committed yet hilarious rendition of Ed Sheeran’s hit “Shape of You,” sung in Google Translation. The new title was “Your Body’s Curves.”  The Roots assisted the pop star on the upbeat tune, which turned Sheeran’s suave refrain (“I’m in love with your body”) to the creepily sterile “I like that cadaver.” Cyrus, who has a gift for comedic timing, delivered the...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Yoko Ono Will Receive Songwriting Credit on John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’
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The National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) announced on Wednesday that it plans to add Yoko Ono as a co-writer on John Lennon‘s “Imagine,” Variety reports.  NMPA CEO David Israelite presented the addition as an opportunity to correct an historical oversight which Lennon admitted in 1980 was the result of “selfish” behavior on his part. “It is my distinct honor to correct the record 48 years later and recognize Yoko Ono as a co-writer of the NMPA Centennial Song ‘Imagine’ and...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
See ‘Transparent’ Matriarch Maura Eat Weed Gummy in New Trailer
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After taking a cruise that led the Pfefferman family to acrimony in the final episode of Transparent’s third season, the clan is back home, pushing forward and still coming of age in the trailer for the Amazon series’ fourth season, which does not yet have a confirmed premiere date. The one-minute clip shows matriarch Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) opining on dating life itself, son Josh (Jay Duplass) feeling smothered by mother Shelly (Judith Light), saying, “Your energy is like there’s a...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Sarah Jessica Parker To Own The West Village, Basically
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Sometimes, one brownstone just isn’t enough. And with a closet as full as the former Miss Carrie Bradshaw’s must be, why, of course you’d need to combine two townhouses just to make due! Honestly, two is probably cutting it close even! Back in 2016, Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick purchased two properties at 273 and 275 West 11th Street. As one can imagine, that set the pair back a pretty penny, with a final bill of $35 million. And while their reps originally shutdown assumptions...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Can Monterey Pop’s ‘Music, Love and Flowers’ Feel the Same 50 Years Later?
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When Norah Jones considers why she wanted to participate in the 50th anniversary revival of the Monterey International Pop Festival ­– the prototype for everything from Woodstock to Coachella – she gives an answer that sounds like something a hippie would have said a half-century ago: “It just sounded like a really good energy.” The original Monterey Pop festival – which featured Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, Janis Joplin, the Who and Jones’ father, Ravi Shankar, among countless others – took...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Review: Fleet Foxes Up Their Prog Game on Epic ‘Crack-Up’
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Let’s just say Fleet Foxes are emphasizing the “Y” in CSNY. The folk-rock band’s long-awaited latest sort of feels like Neil Young’s Buffalo Springfield collage-dream opus “Broken Arrow” if it lasted a whole album. Their sound is still rooted in the lush, beardly harmonies and sky-bound strumming that made their first two LPs coffee-shop staples. But they’ve upped their prog ambitions – tracks wash together, song titles abound with opaque punctuation, and the sweeping melodies often wander...

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Sherelle Clarke, best known as Relley.C, is an upcoming urban singer-songwriter behind the powerful new single “Unruly”; a soulful and uplifting track that captures the best of what modern music can be. Vibrant, inspirational and redemptive,“Unruly” is a song that will captivate audiences around the world with it’s heartfelt and empowering message. Combining RnB, Soul and Contemporary Pop, “Unruly” is a truly memorable song from a talented artist you will not want to miss. Relley C’s new...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Watch Miley Cyrus Belt ‘Malibu’ on Balloon-Filled Stage on ‘Fallon’
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Miley Cyrus performed her two new songs, “Malibu” and “Inspired,” during a Tonight Show takeover Wednesday. Both songs are expected to appear on Cyrus’ upcoming album, though a title and release date have yet to be announced. For lead single “Malibu,” Cyrus had her backing band flip the song’s pop-rock sound into a rootsy mix of shuffling drums, banjo, acoustic guitar and fiddle. Despite the more stripped down arrangement, Cyrus still injected some rock bombast into her vocals, perfectly belting...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Watch Jamie Foxx’s Spot-On LeBron James Impression on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’
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LeBron James made Jamie Foxx cry. Let’s face it, a lot of sports fans have shed a few tears over course of the superstar’s career for various reasons, but the Oscar-winner went on Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about all the places and times he’s cried, and also who he’d root for if James went up against his favorite team, the Dallas Mavericks.  One of the times the star of the upcoming film Baby Driver admitted to weeping was when James...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Best Presets – Sound banks + Bonus Samples with any purchase
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123creative has announced special discounts up to 50% off on the best Presets – Sound banks for Massive, Sylenth1, Serum, Bazille, Hive, Vanguard, Z3TA+2, Renegade synthesizers.This campaign is intended for all EDM producers and it will run until end of June.Every customer will receive in addition the Bonus – 8-bit Drums and FX Samples. 75 quality one-shots samples (claps, FX, Hats, Cymbols, Hits, Kicks, Percs, Snares, Toms) in WAV format, modeled after old videogame soundchips.View products / Get deal...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
‘Fargo’ Recap: True Confessions
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Both FX President John Landgraf and Fargo show-runner Noah Hawley have recently suggested that this could very well be the anthology show’s last season. At the ATX Television Festival in Austin last week, Hawley said that it takes time to come up with plots that have a larger meaning beyond just being darn good crime stories – and at the moment, he’s feeling tapped-out. And in This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Fargo’ Recap: True...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
‘Rough Night’ Review: Female ‘Hangover’ Never Finds Its Comedic Mojo
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Four women go wild at a Miami bachelorette party for their BFF Jess (Scarlett Johansson), an uptight candidate for state senator who has to work through some control issues. Good premise. It’s club time for the ladies – Frankie (Ilana Glazer), a lesbian activist, and her former lover, real-estate diva Blair (Zoë Kravitz); Pippa (SNL MVP Kate McKinnon), Jess’s Aussie bud from her This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Rough Night’ Review: Female ‘Hangover’ Never Finds Its...

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
Puppy Love: NYC’s Best Dog-Friendly Restaurants
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Don’t leave Lola (or Max) at home when it comes to grabbing brunch on a Sunday or a burger with the bros. Dine beside your BFF (the one with four legs, that is) at any of these pup-friendly New York spots....

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Thursday, 15 June 2017
The Guys Behind Montauk Brew Co.​ Take Us Behind The Beer
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These days, it’s hard to imagine a beach day in the Hamptons without a cooler full of Montauk Brew Co. ales. The beers have turned into the unofficial drink of summer for New Yorkers, and have started a totally new #hamptons Instagram phenomenon. (Anyone remember the footsie humble-brag phenomenon of 2013?)  All of this, of course, didn’t happen overnight. It began nearly a decade ago, with three longtime friends in a basement in Montauk, simply brewing batches of beer to bring to parties....

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