Inside the High-Tech Solution for Smelly, Smelly Weed
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On a sunny day in October, Mike Arnold swings open the door to his barn storehouse outside of Eugene, Oregon, and takes a big whiff. The stench hits him immediately, a sweet and skunky wall of cool air. “Smells like money,” Arnold says in his Missouri drawl, gazing out at row after row of makeshift wood-and-mesh shelving, where 12,000 pounds of marijuana were lying out to dry. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Inside the High-Tech Solution for Smelly, Smelly...

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Apple Music, Pandora Join Spotify in (Sort Of) Muting R. Kelly
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Spotify caused a mighty stir yesterday when it announced that, under a new public policy against “hate content and hateful conduct,” it would no This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Apple Music, Pandora Join Spotify in (Sort Of) Muting R....

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See George Carlin Imitate New Yorkers in Rare Lost Routine
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George Carlin lampoons the people he used to know in his New York City neighborhood, including Italians, Jews and the police, doing hilarious stereotypical impressions in a recently rediscovered clip of him performing in 1973. The clip comes from the rarely seen special, The Real George Carlin, that will be This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See George Carlin Imitate New Yorkers in Rare Lost...

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How Weinstein Drove Asia Argento to Create ‘Scarlet Diva’
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When Asia Argento released Scarlet Diva back in 2000, she didn’t think anyone would recognize the rotund Hollywood producer who tries to rape the main character, Anna Battista, as a character based on a real-life movie mogul. But it didn’t take long for others to figure it out. “I was asked many times, ‘Is that Harvey Weinstein?'” she says, speaking by phone from her home in Italy. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How Weinstein Drove Asia Argento to Create ‘Scarlet...

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10 Best Country and Americana Songs of the Week: Ashley Monroe, Dustin Lynch and More
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A collaboration between two of country music’s biggest stars, a cheeky kiss-off by one of Americana’s most popular bands and a song about student debt are among the 10 tracks you must hear this...

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Watch Lenny Kravitz’s Powerful ‘It’s Enough’ Video
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Lenny Kravitz has unveiled his powerful new video for “It’s Enough,” the first single off the rocker’s upcoming new album, Raise Vibration. The video, which Kravitz live-streamed over Facebook and YouTube, juxtaposes news footage that covers both ends of the emotional spectrum – from peaceful protests in support of same-sex marriage, Colin Kaepernick’s anthem kneel and Jeremy This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Lenny Kravitz’s Powerful ‘It’s Enough’...

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Tidal, Prince Estate Agree to Release New Prince Album
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Tidal and the Prince estate announced Friday that, after a lengthy legal battle, the streaming This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Tidal, Prince Estate Agree to Release New Prince...

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Review: Jerry Garcia’s ‘Before the Dead’ Is a Fascinating Origin Story
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Among the buried treasures on Before the Dead, the most comprehensive collection of music Jerry Garcia learned and played prior to the formation of his most famous band, is a casual moment from 1961. At a 16th birthday party for his girlfriend, Garcia and his new pal and fellow would-be troubadour Robert Hunter are heard singing and playing traditional, non-pop tunes. After a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Jerry Garcia’s ‘Before the Dead’ Is a Fascinating Origin...

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10 New Albums to Stream Now: Beach House, Jerry Garcia and More Editors’ Picks
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ALBUM OF THE WEEK: Beach House, 7“This is the least introverted record Beach House have ever made; it’ll still blow your mind with candles lit and headphones on, but it’s the first time they’ve sounded like a band you might want to hear at a party with more than one guest,” This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Beach House, Jerry Garcia and More Editors’...

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Friday, 11 May 2018
Hear Dierks Bentley’s Empowering New Song ‘You Can’t Bring Me Down’
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Dierks Bentley is continuing his celebration of resilience and strength with “You Can’t Bring Me Down,” the newest song from his upcoming LP The Mountain. Following previous releases “Woman, Amen,” “The Mountain” and “Living,” “You Can’t Bring Me Down” This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Dierks Bentley’s Empowering New Song ‘You Can’t Bring Me...

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Friday, 11 May 2018
‘Terminal’ Movie Review: Come Back, ‘Suicide Squad,’ All Is Forgiven
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Yes, you read that correctly: zero stars. When talented people create one of the worst movies ever made, you have to ask: What the hell happened? Terminal is a case in point. Here’s another question: How did debuting filmmaker Vaughn Stein ever persuade Margot Robbie, just off her Oscar-nominated triumph in I, Tonya, to star in a script that plays like something Quentin This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘Terminal’ Movie Review: Come Back, ‘Suicide Squad,’ All Is...

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Friday, 11 May 2018
Hear Lamb of God’s Raging Bad Brains Cover, ‘I Against I’
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Lamb of God add some chunky metal heft to Bad Brains’ 1986 hardcore classic “I Against I.” The track will appear on the band’s upcoming covers album, Legion XX, which they’re putting out under their original name, Burn the Priest. The record, due out next Friday, also This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Lamb of God’s Raging Bad Brains Cover, ‘I Against...

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Review: Brent Cobb’s ‘Providence Canyon’ Is an Earthy, Idiosyncratic Nashville Gem
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Clichés are clichés for a reason, goes the cliché – as Brent Cobb demonstrates in the title track to his latest LP, a tribute to throwing a cooler in your ride and heading down to a sacred spot to chill. That’s the upshot of countless ham-handed country-radio anthems. But here, carefully-distilled acoustic and steel guitars sparkle, a Hammond B3 sighs over a loping beat and Cobb’s exacting This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Brent Cobb’s ‘Providence Canyon’...

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Review: Ry Cooder’s ‘The Prodigal Son’ Is a Politicized Roots Refurbishing
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Guitar virtuoso Ry Cooder has spent the majority of his 50-year career as one of the country’s most vital communal historians and champions of roots music, illuminating and reanimating everything from bolero to bluegrass. Over the past decade or so, Cooder has also emerged out of his group of Sixties and Seventies contemporaries as one of folk music’s preeminent polemicists, channeling Occupy This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Ry Cooder’s ‘The Prodigal Son’ Is a Politicized Roots...

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See Jamey Johnson, Chris Janson’s Chilling Duet of Merle Haggard’s ‘Footlights’
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One week after he was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry last March, one of the long-running show’s newest members, Chris Janson, took the stage with fellow artist Jamey Johnson for a spine-chilling rendition of “Footlights,” the classic, autobiographical Merle Haggard song detailing a weary, jaded musician’s duty-bound efforts to keep an audience engaged and entertained. Intense and heartfelt, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Jamey Johnson, Chris Janson’s Chilling Duet of Merle...

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Inside Cumbia’s New Wave: How Raymix, Becky G Are Updating a Classic Genre
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Edmundo Gómez Moreno spent 11 months as a project manager and systems engineer helping NASA build nano-satellites in Mexico. But in 2015, he could not find a job in the U.S. “I had letters of support from NASA, from the Mexican consulate, the managers from Lockheed Martin, all stating my expertise, but nobody was calling me,” he remembers. “I said to God, ‘what is happening?'” God was This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Inside Cumbia’s New Wave: How Raymix, Becky...

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Review: Charlie Puth’s ‘Voicenotes’ Is Warm R&B Nostalgia
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An R&B direction is a tried-and-true way for young, mostly white pop stars to give their more clean-cut personas more edge. Charlie Puth is the latest to try this route, and while his efforts on Voicenotes are valiant, he still has a bit more work to prove he can cut his teeth with the Justin Timberlakes and the Nick Jonases of that over-saturated world. Recorded entirely This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Charlie Puth’s ‘Voicenotes’ Is Warm R&B...

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Friday, 11 May 2018
Watch the Flaming Lips’ Cymbal-Burning ‘The Captain’ Video
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The Flaming Lips light cymbals on fire in their cathartic black-and-white video for “The Captain,” a rare Soft Bulletin-era track featured on the psych rock band’s upcoming deluxe edition This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch the Flaming Lips’ Cymbal-Burning ‘The Captain’...

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Friday, 11 May 2018
Ira Kaplan: Five Songs I Love Right Now
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The Yo La Tengo singer-guitarist, whose band just released its 15th studio album, There’s a Riot Going On, is digging a diverse group of tunes at the moment. “They aren’t really by acts that get mentioned in Rolling Stone much,” says Kaplan. (Yo La Tengo are currently on tour in Europe; they’ll return to the U.S. for some West Coast dates later this This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Ira Kaplan: Five Songs I Love Right...

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Friday, 11 May 2018
Hear Rita Ora, Cardi B, Charli XCX, Bebe Rexha’s New Squad Anthem, ‘Girls’
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British pop singer Rita Ora stakes her claim for song of the summer with “Girls,” a catchy squad anthem featuring Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX.  Reminiscent of Jesse J’s “Bang Bang” or “Lady Marmalade” from the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, “Girls” showcases each vocalist’s distinctive style, from Rexha’s nasal coo to Cardi’s hilarious assertions (“Tonight I don’t want a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Rita Ora, Cardi B,...

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