See Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar Go Duck Hunting in ‘Win’ Video
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Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar go duck hunting and celebrate a random football victory in the surreal video for “Win.” The clip veers between scenarios where Rock is decked out in a suit This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar Go Duck Hunting in ‘Win’...

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See Lori McKenna’s Nostalgic ‘People Get Old’ Video
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Songwriter Lori McKenna, the award-winning tunesmith behind the hits “Girl Crush” and “Humble and Kind,” among many others, has throughout her career written extensively about her mother because she passed away when McKenna was little. But with the recently released “People Get Old,” from McKenna’s upcoming album The Tree, she had a chance to put the life of her 83-year-old dad in the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Lori McKenna’s Nostalgic ‘People Get...

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Watch Memphis Singer Liz Brasher’s Wailing ‘Hard Times on Me’ Performance
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Memphis singer and guitarist Liz Brasher does more than just recreate the sound of old soul music. She captures its tortured spirit, and on the new live recording of her song “Hard Times on Me” it makes for a particularly ghoulish encounter. Filmed for Jam in the Van, a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Memphis Singer Liz Brasher’s Wailing ‘Hard Times on Me’...

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Troye Sivan Announces North American ‘Bloom’ Tour
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Following the release of his sophomore album Bloom on August 31st, Troye Sivan will begin a headlining North American tour. Kim Petras will open for the entire trek, with Leland and Charlie Hanson joining for select dates. Sivan’s tour kicks off September 21st in Irving, Texas and runs until November 8th in Vancouver. His last headlining tour was in 2016 for the Suburbia Tour, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Troye Sivan Announces North American ‘Bloom’...

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Jeff Goldblum Preps Debut Jazz Album
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Jeff Goldblum is preparing to record his debut jazz LP with Decca Records. The actor first impressed label executives with his piano work last October while accompanying soul-jazz vocalist Gregory Porter on a version of Nat King Cole’s “Mona Lisa” during a promotional appearance for Thor: Ragnarok on the BBC’s The Graham Norton Show, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Jeff Goldblum Preps Debut Jazz...

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‘American Animals’: Inside the Stranger-Than-Fiction Docu-Heist Thriller
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When filmmaker Bart Layton first began to investigate the story of four young men who tried to steal $12 million worth of old books from the Transylvania University library, he intended to make a documentary. Then he started exchanging letters with the guys, who were – spoiler alert – sitting in prison, their crime having failed spectacularly. That’s when his plan changed. “The starting This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: ‘American Animals’: Inside the Stranger-Than-Fiction Docu-Heist...

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Recent Metal Releases Show a Segmented Scene, But Its Core Power Remains the Same
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Sleep, The Sciences | ★★★★At the Gates, To Drink From the Night Itself | ★★★ 1/2Burn the Priest, Legion: XX | ★★★Five Finger Death Punch | And Justice for None ★★ In the late Seventies, heavy metal transcended musical genres and became a culture. Metalheads grew their hair as long as they wanted, wore denim battle jackets and studded This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Recent Metal Releases Show a Segmented Scene, But Its Core Power Remains...

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Watch Thom Yorke Debut Radiohead’s ‘Spectre’ Live
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For the first time onstage, Thom Yorke performed “Spectre,” the Radiohead song intended as a potential theme This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Thom Yorke Debut Radiohead’s ‘Spectre’...

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See Del McCoury, Ricky Skaggs and More Play ‘White House Blues’ at DelFest
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Annual bluegrass festival DelFest wrapped up its 11th year on Sunday, bringing together dozens of artists and fans of the genre at Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, Maryland. The four-day musical gathering was host to both established grass legends and vanguard up-and-comers, with a healthy measure of onstage collaborations such as festival founder Del McCoury’s Bluegrass This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Del McCoury, Ricky Skaggs and More Play ‘White House Blues’ at...

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Watch Miranda Lambert’s Joyous ‘Keeper of the Flame’ Video
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Miranda Lambert’s current single “Keeper of the Flame” and its just-released video, filmed and directed by Trey Fanjoy, offer a glimpse of the singer’s on- and off-stage life, with live concert footage capturing the song’s performance at several venues. The clip’s real stars may be Lambert’s fervent fans, seen throughout carrying handmade signs and cheering her on as she takes the This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Miranda Lambert’s Joyous ‘Keeper of the...

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Hear Unearthed Music From Primus-Adjacent Nineties Project Beanpole
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Sean Lennon’s Chimera label is unearthing lost music from Beanpole, a demented recording project featuring performances from Primus members Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde and Derek Greenberg, and Adam Gates of Geffen-signed alt-pop group Spent Poets. All My Kin, featuring recordings from between 1984 through the late This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Unearthed Music From Primus-Adjacent Nineties Project...

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Hear Buddy Guy, James Bay Duet on Serene New Song ‘Blue No More’
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Buddy Guy sings about the joys of reaching Heaven and finally escaping a life of gloom and pain on “Blue No More,” his new duet with James Bay. It’s no surprise that Guy’s latest song adheres to classic blues form. The drummer sets the light, ticking beat in 6/8 time, and the guitarist interjects pointy, unruly riffs on This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Buddy Guy, James Bay Duet on Serene New Song ‘Blue No...

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Lynyrd Skynyrd’s New ‘If I Leave Here Tomorrow’ Doc: 10 Things We Learned
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Director Stephan Kijak’s excellent documentary If I Leave Here Tomorrow: A Film About Lynyrd Skynyrd doesn’t claim to be an exhaustive history of the Southern rock band. The movie steers clear of the rebirth of the group, currently on its farewell tour, and Kijak said at a recent screening at the Nashville Film Festival that he wants to make a second part. But the film does break new This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lynyrd Skynyrd’s New ‘If I Leave...

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Father John Misty Battles Death in Stop-Motion ‘Please Don’t Die’ Video
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Father John Misty literally rises above death in his stop-motion animated “Please Don’t Die” video. The clip opens in Josh Tillman’s desolate home, with the singer-songwriter brooding amid empty beer bottles and cigarette butts. Suddenly he descends through a pit in the floor to hell, where This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Father John Misty Battles Death in Stop-Motion ‘Please Don’t Die’...

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Apple Music’s Newest Plan: Luring Songwriters
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Big things are expected this year out of Apple Music, the music-streaming service that has far surpassed critics’ initial grumblings during its 2015 launch that it’d be an irredeemable failure. The premium-only subscription service now has more than 50 million paying users – and what’s more, This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Apple Music’s Newest Plan: Luring...

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Watch Jimmy Fallon, the Roots Cover Billy Vera’s ‘At This Moment’
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Jimmy Fallon showcased his crooning capabilities with an earnest rendition of Billy Vera & the Beaters’ “At this Moment” alongside his Tonight Show house band This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Jimmy Fallon, the Roots Cover Billy Vera’s ‘At This...

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Lindsay Ell Talks John Mayer Inspiration for ‘Continuum Project’ Album
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When Lindsay Ell first began work on her debut album The Project with her producer Kristian Bush, the Sugarland star had an unusual assignment for her: to re-record her favorite album, John Mayer’s Continuum, start-to-finish. Years later, what began as homework is now an official studio release from the Canadian singer, songwriter, and guitarist, re-titled The Continuum This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Lindsay Ell Talks John Mayer Inspiration for ‘Continuum Project’...

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Hear Kamasi Washington’s Sweeping Funk Song ‘Street Fighter Mas’
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Kamasi Washington creates his own version of a boxer’s entrance song on “Street Fighter Mas,” a new track inspired by the saxophonist’s childhood experiences at the arcade. The song will appear on Washington’s upcoming sophomore album, Heaven and Earth. “Street Fighter Mas” would fit easily on a Seventies movie score. The core of the song is a funk loop – a sludgy bass vamp and a This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Kamasi Washington’s Sweeping Funk Song...

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Stephen Stills Looks Back at Buffalo Springfield: ‘I Have No Regrets’
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The entire Buffalo Springfield saga lasted just a little over 24 months. It began with a chance encounter in early 1966 when Stephen Stills and Richie Furay were driving down the Sunset Strip and happened to see Neil Young and This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Stephen Stills Looks Back at Buffalo Springfield: ‘I Have No...

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SZA Returns to Tour Despite Vocal Damage: ‘My Priorities Are F–ked Up’
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SZA suggested that her vocal chords may have suffered severe damage in a brief flurry of tweets on Tuesday night. “My voice is permanently injured,” the singer wrote. “I jus wanna be left alone, my priorities are fucked up,” she added. “They been fucked up. I need space goodbye.” SZA subsequently deleted the tweets, which were captured by This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: SZA Returns to Tour Despite Vocal Damage: ‘My Priorities Are F–ked...

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