Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, real name Orlando Higginbottom, ended his four-year silence this year, sharing two new singles. Today, he shares a third. “Body Move” is a six-minute electronic groove that makes you want to do just that. It wavers between uhn-tiss club music, fit with metallic clanking and buzzing synth, and smooth vocals. There hasn’t been any word of a new album, but it’s safe to assume something bigger is on the way. Listen to “Body Move” below.
Alesso has been making headlines across the world lately. After his sets at both Tomorrowland and Creamfields made waves for being comprised of mainly Progressive House, the now legendary producer seemed to be wading back to his signature euphoricstyle.
Alesso doubled down on his success with a major signing to UMG this past week and by announcing a new single. While the record isn't the progressive house some may have hoped for, it demonstrates a matured side of Alesso that works beautifully.
Alesso – ‘Remedy'After a series of pop collaborations which had mixed success, Alesso took a bit of time off from consistently releasing new music. It seems during that time Alesso has discovered a new sound which is both surprising and refreshing.
‘Remedy' is a tempered track. Not overwhelmingly euphoric, or emotional. Instead, through subtle and thoughtful production, as well as the gorgeous incorporation of vocals, Alesso has crafted something unique and inspired. While we all await his return to sky-high euphoric progressive house melodies, records like this remind us there is a lot more to music than what is expected. Check it out below.
The album features Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, was executive produced by Dr. Dre
Surprise--Eminem just dropped a new album called Kamikaze. Listen to it below. The album was executive produced by Dr. Dre and Eminem. It includes the song from the Venom soundtrack that he teased earlier tonight. The album features Royce Da 5’9”, Joyner Lucas, and Jessie Reyez. Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon features on “Fall,” which was originally mistitled as “Kamikaze” on streaming services. The song “Greatest” credits Kendrick Lamar (likely because it interpolates “HUMBLE.”). Little Dragon are credited on “Normal.” Mike WiLL Made-It, Boi-1da, Ronny J, and Tay Keith are listed as producers. The album cover appears to be a reference to the Beastie Boys’ Licensed to Ill.
Throughout the album, he references tons of artists, including Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Tyler, the Creator, Lil Xan, Die Antwoord, and more. This is referenced on “Paul (Skit),” where his manager Paul Rosenberg leaves Em a voicemail questioning if it’s a good idea for him to be releasing an album called Kamikaze where he calls out people who have been critical of his music. On “Stepping Stone,” he says “D12 is over.”
Elsewhere, Em addresses the fallout from his anti-Trump freestyle at last year’s BET Awards, where he rapped, “Any fan of mine who’s a supporter of his/I’m drawing in the sand a line, you’re either for or against.” On Kamikaze opener “The Ringer,” he raps, “If I could go back, I’d at least reword it/And say I empathize with the people this evil serpent sold the dream to that he’s deserted.” He continues, “That line in the sand, was it even worth it?/‘Cause the way I see people turning is making it seem worthless/It’s starting to defeat the purpose/I’m watching my fan base shrink to thirds/And I was just trying to do the right thing, but word.” In the same song, he claims, with indeterminate sincerity, that the Secret Service met him to ask if he’s linked with terrorists. “I said, ‘Only when it comes to ink and lyricists,’” Em raps.
Em recently appeared on Nicki Minaj’s new album Queen. He returned late last year with his ninth studio album, Revival. Read our Sunday Review of The Marshall Mathers LP.
Source : Pitchfork
“I’m postponing my appearance at the Meteor Festival until a time when I can schedule visits for both my Israeli and Palestinian fans, as well as hopefully other countries in the region.”
Lana Del Rey is pulling out of the inaugural Meteor Festival taking place in Israel on September 6-8, Pitchfork points out. The singer shared the news by putting forth a statement via Twitter on Friday, saying that she would like to treat her Israeli and Palestinian fans equally, and has been unable to line up a visit to both Palestine and Israel in a short amount of time.
“It’s important to me to perform in both Palestine and Israel and treat all my fans equally," Lana said. "Unfortunately it hasn’t been possible to line up both visits with such short notice and therefore I’m postponing my appearance at the Meteor Festival until a time when I can schedule visits for both my Israeli and Palestinian fans, as well as hopefully other countries in the region.”
Lana's announcement to postpone comes a week after her recent statement defending her decision to perform at Meteor Fest. After her name was initially announced in the festivals lineup, Lana faced criticism from activist group the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI), who urged her to reconsider the performance.
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Johnny Depp attended the event ahead of the release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald later this year
Johnny Depp has made a surprise appearance at this year’s Comic Con in San Diego.
The actor appeared in full character as Grindelwald ahead of the release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald in November.
At first, it seemed as though Depp wasn’t attending with the other panel members until the actor was revealed on stage, dressed in full costume. The actor also delivered a monologue in character.
Recently, Depp has attracted controversy following an interview with Rolling Stone magazine and allegations of domestic abuse by his ex-wife Amber Heard.
Heard was also appearing at Comic Con for a panel with her Aquaman colleagues just an hour after Depp’s appearance
In character as the dark wizard, Depp said: “We who live for freedom or truth the moment has come to rise up and take our rightful place in the world.”
A new trailer for the movie was also revealed during the panel.
Focussing predominately on Johnny Depp’s character, the trailer shows Grindelwald plotting to overcome the muggle world using magic. Meanwhile, Young Dumbledore played by Jude Law also makes an appearance.
In between films, Depp has been exploring his musical side more, performing with The Stone Temple pilots and more recently with his supergroup band The Hollywood Vampires, which he formed with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is released in cinemas on November 16 2018.
Texas group makes the case for country’s best live band with superb performance of songs off new album ‘Steak Night at the Prairie Rose’
There are bands who play country music – and then there are honest-to-goodness country bands. Count Mike and the Moonpies among the latter.
On Friday night, the Austin, Texas, six-piece pulled their 1981 Silver Eagle into Nashville for a stop not at one of the city’s all-genre clubs in the heart of downtown, but at the 41-year-old Nashville Palace, the Music Valley honky-tonk once owned in part by Jerry Reed. Fittingly, the Moonpies nodded to Reed with a double-timed cover of “Amos Moses,” a fan’s request slipped to the group on a napkin, that highlighted the bar band’s versatility, and also segued effortlessly from their 2012 track “Me and Hayes” into David Allan Coe’s “Willie, Waylon, and Me.”
But the bread-and-butter of the set were the Moonpies’ own songs, especially those on their superb new album Steak Night at the Prairie Rose. Crammed onto the Palace’s postage-stamp stage in the front bar, Mike Harmeier and his road dogs began at the end, roaring through Steak Night‘s kiss-off closer “We’re Gone.” Propelled by pedal steel guitarist Zach Moulton’s lush leads and keys man John Carbone’s barroom piano, the rendition captured a band at its most well-oiled, lubricated by both Coors and years spent on tour. The spirited “Getting High at Home” followed, with Harmeier making a case that the most fun evenings are the ones passed high and lonesome on the couch, and also paid tribute to their bus driver with “Road Crew,” the most on-the-nose salute to a live show’s unsung heroes since Motörhead’s “(We Are) The Road Crew.”
Produced by Adam Odor, who at one point joined the Moonpies on bass, allowing new member Omar Oyoque a beer break, Steak Night at the Prairie Rose is a contender for the year’s best country album. It’s certainly its most well-plotted and concise, clocking in at 38 minutes with zero filler, and succeeds because of the bare emotion Harmeier drops into his lyrics. The title track chronicles his growing up with divorced parents, joining his old man at the bar to watch the ballgame and nurse a Coke, while “Beaches of Biloxi,” with its bait-and-switch “Suspicious Minds” intro, tells of a future gambled away on the Gulf Shore. Both were highlights at the Palace, thanks especially to lead guitarist Catlin Rutherford’s nimble licks.
After a gig in Atlanta, the group heads to France and Italy for a pair of festival dates, long-haired ambassadors of uniquely American music that, while dramatically evolving on country radio, maintains its twang and sizzle in the hands of the Moonpies. As Harmeier sang as the night started to wind down, “Things ain’t like they used to be.”