See Adam Levine’s Bad Romance in Maroon 5’s New ‘Wait’ Video
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Adam Levine and actress Alexandra Daddario’s relationship unravels in Maroon 5‘s new video for, “Wait.” The track appears on the pop group’s latest album, Red Pill Blues. The David Meyers-directed clip stars opens with the Maroon 5 frontman in a surreal setting. He rises from a coffin and then raises Daddario from the dead as well. Throughout the “Wait” video, Levine and Daddario brawl and makeup.   Meyers brings out this mix of chaos and passion with vivid special effects, showing...

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Thursday, 08 February 2018
‘Johnny Cash: Forever Words’ to Feature Chris Cornell, Willie Nelson
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Johnny Cash: Forever Words – a collaborative album featuring Johnny Cash‘s unknown poetry, lyrics and letters – will be released on April 6th via Legacy Recordings. The icon’s words will be set to music and performed by an all-star lineup that includes Chris Cornell, Willie Nelson, Elvis Costello, Rosanne Cash and John Mellencamp, among others. Co-produced by Johnny and June Carter Cash’s son John Carter Cash, the material is culled from what their son described in a statement as a...

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra Detail Tour, New Album ‘Sex and Food’
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Portland-via-New Zealand psych rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra will release their new album, Sex and Food, April 16th via JagJaguwar. The band also shared a new music video for the record’s first single, “American Guilt.” Director/animator Greg Sharp helmed the clip, pairing the grimy, heavy sounds of “American Guilt” with a vivid junkyard panorama packed with old clothes, half-eaten food, porno mags, children’s toys and briefcases filled with money. “‘American Guilt’ is an attempt to...

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Huey Lewis and the News Musical in the Works
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The music of Huey Lewis and the News will anchor a new stage musical, Heart of Rock and Roll. Lewis announced the musical on Thursday in a short video that also features Jimmy Kimmel, who announced that he would be quitting his job to star as Lewis in Heart of Rock and Roll. While Lewis tried to explain that the show was not about himself, but rather an original story based on his music, Kimmel remained committed to the role,...

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‘The 15:17 to Paris’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Take on IRL Heroism Derailed by Boredom
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On August 21, 2015, three American buddies from Sacramento – Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos – were vacationing in Europe. The Air Force medic, Oregon National Guardsman and college student at Sacramento State, respectively, left Amsterdam together and boarded the high-speed 15:17 Thalys train to Paris. Ayoub El Khazzani, a Moroccan-born terrorist, was also on board; he was armed with a AK-47 assault rifle, a 9mm Luger pistol, a box cutter, a hammer, gasoline and a backpack with...

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Hear Mary Chapin Carpenter’s Evocative Re-Imagining of ‘This Shirt’
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Throughout the dozen studio albums she has released in more than 30 years as a recording artist, Mary Chapin Carpenter has found inspiration in the works of others, as well as her calling upon her own memories and experiences to craft songs that have not only painted lovely – and lively – word pictures, but have also stirred imaginations and, from time to time, become bona fide country hits. Carpenter’s latest project, Sometimes Just the Sky, out March 30th, is...

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Hear Rush’s Alex Lifeson Guest on Fu Manchu’s New 18-Minute Psych-Rock Epic
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Rush weren’t the first band to fill an entire album side with a single epic track, but grand, suite-like works such as 1976’s “2112” and 1978’s “Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres” helped make them legends of long-form prog. So it makes sense that after retro-minded SoCal hard rockers Fu Manchu recorded “Il Mostro Atomico” – an 18-minute song set for their new LP, Clone of the Universe – they invited Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson to appear on the track. The full...

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Thursday, 08 February 2018
Rich Robinson Talks Magpie Salute LP, Rules Out Black Crowes Reunion
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In January 2017, Rich Robinson decided to resurrect the music of the Black Crowes during a four-night stand at New York’s Gramercy Theater with a little help from his ex-bandmates Marc Ford and Sven Pipien. They called the group (which also features singer John Hogg and members of Robinson’s solo band) the Magpie Salute. Much to their shock, the shows sold out within minutes and before they knew it over 75 gigs were booked all over America and Europe. “We really...

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Thursday, 08 February 2018
Daily Glixel: Failbetter Games Lays Off Four, Delays ‘Sunless Skies’
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Welcome to Daily Glixel, the B side of video game news, where we roundup some of the day’s other top stories. Some sad news today from the indie game developer world. Good luck to everyone affected over at Failbetter...

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Thursday, 08 February 2018
Redeem My Nintendo Gold Points For Free Switch Games Starting in March
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My Nintendo members will soon be able to use the gold points they earn when buying a digital game to get a free Nintendo Switch game or DLC, Nintendo announced this morning. The expansion of the My Nintendo program kicks off in “early March.” Last year, Nintendo started letting members use those points to grab This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Redeem My Nintendo Gold Points For Free Switch Games Starting in...

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Thursday, 08 February 2018
Dictators’ Handsome Dick Manitoba Arrested for Domestic Assault
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The Dictators’ singer Richard “Handsome Dick” Manitoba has been arrested for allegedly assaulting his former girlfriend, Zoe Hansen, NY Daily News reports. Manitoba was charged last week for allegedly choking Hansen at the East Village apartment with which they share access. Hansen and Manitoba also have a teenage son and co-own Manitoba’s Bar in New York. According to the police report, officers observed Hansen “crying, with tears streaming down her face and her body shaking.” She told police, “He bit...

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John Perry Barlow, Grateful Dead Lyricist and Internet Pioneer, Dead at 70
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John Perry Barlow, a lyricist for the Grateful Dead and cofounder of Electronic Frontier Foundation and Freedom of the Press Foundation, has died. He was 70. The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the non-profit digital rights organization Barlow cofounded, said in a statement on its website that Barlow died in his sleep on Wednesday. When Barlow was 15, he attended Fountain Valley School in Colorado where he met fellow student Bob Weir and they became friends. Barlow began co-writing songs in...

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