DJ Khaled Claims He Was ‘Sabotaged’ After Disastrous EDC Set
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DJ Khaled won’t taking the blame for his less-than-stellar performance at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas this past weekend. The rapper, who was scheduled for an hour-long set, instead performed for less than 20 minutes before fans booed him off the stage, chanting for Yellow Claw, the next DJ, to take over. Khaled took to Instagram Monday to hit back at critics of his set, blaming the poor performance on technical difficulties that were out of his hands....

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Lynyrd Skynyrd Sue Former Drummer Over Biopic Plans
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Lynyrd Skynyrd are suing their former drummer Artimus Pyle over his plans to make a biopic based on the Southern rockers and their deadly 1977 plane crash. Guitarist Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant’s brother and lead singer Johnny Van Zant and the estates of other Skynyrd members killed in the crash were among those who filed the lawsuit against Pyle and co-producer Cleopatra Records Friday in Manhattan. When Pyle announced plans to turn his life story into a biopic, he...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Hear Haim’s Dizzying New Song ‘Little of Your Love’
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Haim released the new song, “Little of Your Love,” from their upcoming second LP, Something to Tell You. The track showcases the trio’s deft ability to combine classic pop hooks with complex production and arrangements. Guitarist Danielle Haim croons romantic lyrics over a shapeshifting groove layered with chiming piano, twangy guitar fills, arena-worthy tom-tom flourishes, gurgling electronics and a climactic wah-wah solo. The Haim sisters recently told Rolling Stone they wrote “Little of Your Love” as a...

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‘The Big Sick’ Review: Welcome to the Funniest Date Movie of 2017
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A struggling Chicago stand-up comic and Uber driver named Kumail, played by the terrifically talented Kumail Nanjiani (Dinesh on Silicon Valley), is poleaxed by the news that his girlfriend Emily (Zoe Kazan) has fallen unexpectedly and inexplicably ill. While doctors look for answers, she lies in a medically induced coma. Hard to believe? Nope. Nanjiani and his wife/co-screenwriter Emily V. Gordon carved this romantic comedy out of her personal hospital experience and their own culture-clash relationship. Their hilarious and heartfelt...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Hear Rod Melancon Talk Elvis Fandom, New Album With Chris Shiflett
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Hailing from the rural farmlands of Louisiana, Rod Melancon sings with the cool, unhurried swagger of someone who’s grown up on Southern time. He shines a light on those geographic roots with this summer’s Southern Gothic, an album anchored in the characters, challenges and occasional chaos of the Bible Belt. This week, Melancon is Chris Shiflett’s guest on Walking the Floor. The two talk about Elvis, producer Dave Cobb, crawfish ponds and all points in between, with Melancon capping off...

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Get A Free Tattoo & A Year’s Worth Of Pizza This Week
NYC

Calling all pizza lovers! This Tuesday, buzzed about D.C. joint &pizza will be debuting in Manhattan and their opening day promotion is pretty wild. Besides a summertime DJ residency and local partnerships with the likes of Luke’s Lobster, Mike’s Hot Honey, and Fine & Raw, the sure to be hot spot is offering free ampersand tattoos to the first 22 guests in line who request them. If you’re daring enough, you’ll receive transportation to the acclaimed First Class Tattoos and, once...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Boozy Margarita Cake Is Your New Summertime Dessert
Food

If you thought pink champagne cake was good, you’re really going to want to toast to this. Creative baker extraordinaire Chelsey White (a.k.a. Chelsweets) teamed up with Cosmopolitan to create this lime green margarita trifle that’s as delicious as it is Instagrammable. Vanilla cake crumble, lime buttercream icing, and of course, some tequila and triple sec syrup make up this adorable boozy treat, and it’s all served up in a giant martini glass – casual. Add a lime and straw for...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
How Pop-Punk Survivors All Time Low Finally Grew Up
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In 2007, the four members of All Time Low hadn’t even hit the legal drinking age when a couple of boyishly goofy songs about girls began to push them beyond their local scene. Signed to the taste-making indie label Hopeless Records, the Maryland quartet released their scrappy but hopeful sophomore album So Wrong, It’s Right, and suddenly pop-punk had a new band of skinny-jeans-wearing heroes with frosted, side-swept hair. A decade later, the band sits around a table in Williamsburg, Brooklyn,...

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How Paul George Became Most Prized Player in NBA Arms Race
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Paul George has made it known that he won’t be in Indiana for much longer. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, the four-time All-Star has informed the Indiana Pacers that he plans on becoming a free agent in 2018 with the intention of joining another team. It’s believed he has his eyes set on the Los Angeles Lakers – George was born in Palmdale, California and spent two seasons at Fresno State before entering the 2010 NBA Draft –...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Hear Miranda Lambert, Steve Earle’s New Duet ‘This Is How It Ends’
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They met in a Nashville beauty shop. That’s the brief, somewhat unlikely true story of how songwriters Steve Earle and Miranda Lambert first came face-to-face. That meeting, in addition to an even more unusual circumstance, led to the two writers collaborating on one of the standout cuts from Earle’s just released LP, So You Wannabe an Outlaw. “This Is How It Ends” is a heartbreaker of a tune about the dissolution of a relationship that was perhaps doomed from the...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Hear Michael Ray’s Wistful New Song ‘Get to You’
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Following a triumphant performance at this year’s CMA Music Festival that included a cameo from guest Randy Travis, Michael Ray has shared his new song “Get to You.” Accompanied by a video in which Ray drives past scenic locations including Nashville’s Percy Priest Lake, “Get to You” is a romantic ballad about a woman afraid to risk heartbreak. “There’s always going to be some pain / A little sunshine, a little rain / Doesnt’ mean it ain’t worth it babe,”...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
White Stripes Demos Set for ‘Icky Thump’ 10th Anniversary Reissue
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Jack White‘s Third Man Records will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the White Stripes‘ Icky Thump with a vinyl-only reissue complete with unreleased demos, B-sides and other ephemera from the 2007 LP, the duo’s final album together. Released as part of Third Man’s Vault Packages, the album itself will be pressed onto color vinyl for the first time along with an alternate jacket and new sticker art. The reissue, remastered from the original one-inch analog tapes, will be the first...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
The 10 Best Waterfront Restaurants In The World
Restaurants

Nothing pairs better with a summertime meal than an al fresco breeze and waterfront views. Luckily for hungry travelers, luxurious seaside restaurants can be found around the world. From Malibu to Istanbul, click through for some of the best....

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Alison Krauss Plots Co-Headlining Tour With David Gray
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Alison Krauss, whose recent solo LP, Windy City topped the country and bluegrass charts, will tour the U.S. this fall with English singer-songwriter David Gray, the Grammy-nominated performer who broke through in the States in 2000 with the hit single, “Babylon.” The 21-city co-headlining tour kicks off on September 18th in Hershey, Pennsylvania, wrapping in Berkeley, California, the following month. On October 1st, the trek begins a two-night stand at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, with dates at such venerable venues as...

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Roxane Gay: New Memoir Is ‘About My Body and the Things That Happened to My Body’
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“Writing about the body is a very vulnerable thing. I just didn’t want to do it,” Roxane Gay tells Rolling Stone. “But that is what told me this is what I should be writing.” Since the release of her 2014 essay collection Bad Feminist, Gay has gone on to become one of the leading voices in the American conversation. Through her fiction, articles, tweets, TED Talk and more, she has helped lead discussion we need to be having in 2017...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
The Dos & Don’ts Of Dating In The Hamptons
Things We Love

Another summer, another season of the usual non-committal fling picked up out East, carried on in the city, and fizzled out by mid-September. We know, sometimes the Hamptons can feel like quite the hopeless place. Albeit, a beautiful, cedar-shingled, hydrangea bush blooming, picturesque hopeless place. But hey, maybe it’s not the place, and maybe it’s not even the guys (SHOCK!). Maybe, just maybe, it’s you. Thankfully Nikki Lewis and Greta Tufvesson are here to curb your bad dating habits. Cofounders...

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Everything We Know About Beyoncé’s Twins
Celebrities

Sorry Mary-Kate and Ashley, a new set of Gemini twins have come to inherit the earth. Over the weekend, it was confirmed that Queen Bey had finally given birth to the babies the world was waiting for. Here’s what we know about the new little Carters....

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Monday, 19 June 2017
Monterey Pop Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Classic Covers, Mellow Vibes
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The Monterey International Pop Festival, held on the Monterey County Fairgrounds in California in 1967, has a legacy of a Summer of Love touchstone and a key showcase for rock music’s canonization as capital-A Art. However, during the 50th anniversary concert held over the weekend, it seemed most notable as a blueprint for our current festival-saturated landscape, one that crossed generations with ease. The audience ranged from young kids in tie-dyed shirts to OGs who used massive tree sticks as...

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Inside Metallica’s Mammoth WorldWired Tour, Their Biggest Trek Ever
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“Do you always do that?” Metallica‘s hulking frontman, James Hetfield, asks Lars Ulrich, a hint of agitation in his voice. The two are facing each other in the “Tuning Room,” where the band typically rehearses before a show. It’s roughly 20 minutes to showtime on the first night of the tour, at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium, and they’re trying to get their 1991 classic “Wherever I May Roam” right, but the drummer is playing a strange off-kilter rhythm. Fifteen years...

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Ed Sheeran Weighs In on Taylor Swift, Katy Perry Feud
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Despite all the she-said, she-said in the Taylor Swift/Katy Perry feud, Ed Sheeran said in a recent interview that he thinks the back-and-forth is overblown. “I don’t think she needs at all,” he told People magazine at the 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame 48th Annual Induction and Awards Gala. “I don’t think feud songs are a hot thing – there’s always been beef songs.” Sheeran specifically cited Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain” as an example of a...

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