Korn’s Jonathan Davis Plots North American Solo Tour
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Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has detailed a headlining world tour behind his upcoming debut solo LP. The North American leg kicks off April 6th in Portland and concludes May 19th in Camden, New Jersey; a European leg launches June 1st in Nuremberg, Germany and wraps with a spot at Hellfest on June 22nd in Clisson, France. Last week, Davis issued his first solo single, “What It Is,” paired with a brooding video. The clip weaves together a series of eerie...

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Run the Jewels, Ice-T, Logic and More Talk Trump, Jay-Z Feud
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The Grammys received an unexpected morning jolt Sunday when Donald Trump lashed out at Jay-Z on Twitter over remarks the rapper made regarding the unemployment levels among African-Americans. While Jay-Z acknowledged on the Van Jones Show that black unemployment had reached a new low under the Trump administration, there were more factors to the issue. “Money doesn’t equate to happiness,” Jay-Z told Jones. “That’s missing the whole point.” Trump responded the next morning with a tweet that only focused on...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Unabomber Game Turns To VR To Educate
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A new VR experience lets players assume the role of an FBI Task Force agent in an effort to investigate the real world unabomber attacks. Check out a trailer above. Ted Kaczynski, or “The Unabomber,” killed three people and injured 23 between 1978 and 1995 across the United States, targeting people with modern technology.  Now, Unabomber: The Virtual Reality Experience let’s players roleplay the FBI investigating Kaczynski, allowing them to read his manifesto, explore his cabin in Montana and choosing what...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Margo Price Extends Headlining 2018 Nowhere Fast Tour
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Margo Price has hit the ground running in 2018 on the heels of her All American Made LP, which topped several critics’ year-end lists at the end of 2017. Barely one week after launching her Nowhere Fast Tour, Price has added new dates to her springtime itinerary. Those shows, all taking place in April following a brief trip overseas to the U.K. in March, will include support from Blackfoot Gypsies and Aaron Lee Tasjan. Starting April 11th, Price will swing...

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The Legend of Chimp, the Vaguely Humanoid Robot
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Even in retirement, Chimp the robot’s still got it. The giant red humanoid crouches down like a Transformer to roll on all fours, then stands up and slowly approaches a door. It sees its world by coating it in lasers, allowing Chimp to reach for the handle, delicately turn it, and roll through the entry. Two and a half years after Chimp competed in the Darpa Robotics Challenge, it remains one of the weirdest humanoid robots on Earth. But that...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Primus, Mastodon Plot U.S. Summer Tour
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Primus and Mastodon will unite this summer for a massive U.S. tour. The co-headlining, 43-date trek launches May 6th in Morrison, Colorado and concludes July 7th in Phoenix. The joint trek promotes the bands’ respective 2017 projects. Last year, Mastodon released their seventh LP, Emperor of Sand, and a follow-up EP, Cold Dark Place, featuring a new song, “Toes to Toes,” and three leftover tracks from the sessions of 2014’s Once More ‘Round the Sun. Primus issued their ninth album,...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
2018 Grammys: Estimates Show Ratings Slip 20 Percent
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Ratings for the 2018 Grammys slipped over 20 percent from last year’s event, putting Music’s Biggest Night in danger of securing its lowest ratings in modern history. Nielsen Media’s overnight returns showed the 2018 Grammys scoring a 12.7 rating in metered markets, a significant fall from last year’s 16.0; ratings signify the percentage of viewership in certain households and not the overall number of viewers.  Variety paints a grimmer viewership picture: While the 2017 Grammys drew over 26 million viewers,...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
‘Wonder Years’ Mom: ‘Ridiculous’ Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Ended Show
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Nearly three decades after The Wonder Years first made its TV debut, actress Alley Mills is claiming that a “ridiculous” sexual harassment lawsuit is what brought the beloved ABC show to a sudden halt in 1993. Mills, who played wholesome matriarch Norma Arnold in the Sixties-set teen drama, told Yahoo! Entertainment that a lawsuit brought about by her costumer, Monique Long, against her TV sons Fred Savage and Jason Hervey, ultimately led to the show’s cancellation after six seasons. “When...

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See Miranda Lambert’s Emotional ‘Vice’ With Songwriter Shane McAnally
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Miranda Lambert shares the stage with the songwriters whose contributions helped shape her double album The Weight of These Wings in a new episode of PBS’ Front and Center. Lambert’s appearance is part of a CMA Songwriters Series episode of the acclaimed music series, which returns for an eighth season beginning Friday, February 2nd. In an episode spotlighting the 12-time CMA award winner, Lambert welcomes an army of songwriters including Jessi Alexander, Brent Cobb, Luke Dick, Anderson East, Natalie Hemby, Adam...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Super Bowl: New England Patriots Will Win, According to ‘Madden NFL 18’
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The New England Patriots will win the 52nd Super Bowl, according to a simulated game of Madden NFL 18. Check out a highlight reel from EA Sports above.  The simulation, ran by EA Sports, predicts the Patriots will beat Philadelphia Eagles 24 to 20, with a late-game, game-winning touchdown being swatted away by Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Should the simulation be correct, Super Bowl LII would be the team’s sixth championship win.  As USA Today points out, since the Madden series...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
See Luke Combs’ Brooding ‘One Number Away’ Video
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With a new music video released on Monday, breakout singer Luke Combs puts a dark, cinematic spin on his latest single, “One Number Away.” Co-written by Combs with Sammy Mitchell, Steven Andre Battey, Carlos Battey and Robert Williford, the ballad’s conflicted lyrics describe a guy struggling not to break down and call his ex, but the video paints that story in a much more tragic light. It centers on a broken-up couple who appear to be on the verge of...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Watch Migos Become Kung Fu Masters in Gritty ‘Stir Fry’ Video
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Rolling Stone cover stars, Migos, become martial arts masters in the Kung Fu-styled “Stir Fry” video. The Georgia rap trio open the clip gambling with producer, Pharrell, in the back room of a restaurant in Hong Kong.  Suddenly, a severed hand is thrown through the window and interrupts the gathering. The visual culminates with the rappers squaring off with a rival crew in a fight sequence filled with vintage action-film sound effects, wild kicks and a particularly gruesome revenge. After that...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Mixer Announces Ability to Buy Games From Platform, Tip Streamers
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Mixer, an online game streaming service, had a successful first year in 2017, adding support for 21 different languages and growing to over 10 million active users, the app recently announced. However, with 2017 now behind it, it’s began revealing its plans for expansion in the new year, including ways to tip streamers and purchase games directly from the platform.  HypeZone, one of the site’s premier ways to watch PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, will be improved in the coming months, based on...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Grammys 2018: Why You Shouldn’t Be Shocked That Bruno Mars Beat Kendrick Lamar
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Oh, wait – you think the Grammy is supposed to go to the year’s best album? That’s sweet. Stay gold, Ponyboy. This has literally never been the way the Grammys worked and never will be, so stop chewing that sock pretending it’s a cookie. Of course Bruno Mars beat Kendrick Lamar. Everybody knew he would. The Grammys are comedy gold, and giving Album of the Year to Bruno instead of Kendrick will go down in history as one of their...

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Grammys 2018: 12 Things You Didn’t See or Hear on TV
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Awards shows are made-for-TV spectacles, full of quick cuts and closeups designed to reveal a performance’s emotional intensity. It’d be impossible to truly capture the excitement and, in some cases, bemusement of the nearly 20,000 fans (and a few rows of celebrities) who filled New York City’s Madison Square Garden last night for the 60th annual Grammy Awards. Here’s what you missed This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Grammys 2018: 12 Things You Didn’t See or Hear on...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Watch Moby’s Post-Apocalyptic ‘Mere Anarchy’ Video
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Moby takes an unsettling journey around a depopulated Earth in the new video for “Mere Anarchy,” the latest single off his upcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Moby’s Post-Apocalyptic ‘Mere Anarchy’...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
How Gentle Whispering Is Infiltrating the World of Video Game Shooters
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You’ve probably never heard of ASMR. It stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response. Some describe it as a tingly, mildly euphoric sensation that starts at the scalp and moves down the back of the neck and upper spine. Some compare it to goosebumps. Others call it a relaxing, melting sensation. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How Gentle Whispering Is Infiltrating the World of Video Game...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Vampire Weekend’s Debut Album: 10 Things You Didn’t Know
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Ten years ago, the members of Vampire Weekend were being interviewed about their sudden success and the blogosphere’s misgivings about their pedigree – specifically the fact that they comprised four Ivy League grads with a penchant for polo shirts and boat shoes. “For me, it was a cool idea to strive for This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Vampire Weekend’s Debut Album: 10 Things You Didn’t...

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Monday, 29 January 2018
Lorde Pins Powerful Time’s Up Message to Grammy Dress
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While the music world donned white roses at the 2018 Grammys to signify the #MeToo movement, Lorde made her own statement by pinning the excerpt of an essay on the back of the red dress she wore to Madison Square Garden. “My version of a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lorde Pins Powerful Time’s Up Message to Grammy...

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Grammys 2018: 20 Best and Worst Moments
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At the 60th iteration of Music’s Biggest Night, Kendrick Lamar owned the opening, Kesha and Janelle Monáe delivered stirring calls-to-arms, Patti LuPone reprised her classic Evita role, and Sting and Shaggy refused to cede the spotlight. Here’s the best and worst of a night where Dave Chappelle played unofficial host and comedians played with adorable pug pups in the...

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