MUSIC

  • Watch Kamasi Washington’s “Get Lit” Short Film With George Clinton, Willow, Robert Glasper

    Kamasi Washington has released a short film for “Get Lit,” a new song taken from his upcoming album Fearless Movement, out May 3 via Young. Directed by Jenn Nkiru, the visual clocks in just over 13 minutes and stars George Clinton and D Smoke—both of whom are featured guests on the track itself—as well as Saul Williams, Willow, Robert Glasper,…

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  • Iasos: Inter-Dimensional Music Album Review

    Iasos loves slide guitar, which allows him to create incredible sweeps and gentle flutters. The flute, instrument of his childhood, dances freely, conjuring images of satyrs wreathed in laurels. (Vista is not the only god Iasos has worked with; he claims to have received a musical scale from Pan.) The piano does not sound real at all—it’s pearly, warped, slightly…

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  • Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin Turned Into NFT

    Wu-Tang Clan’s one-of-a-kind album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, has been in the news a lot lately. First, in late May, it was announced that it would be played publicly at an exhibition at Australia’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). The exhibition runs from June 15-24. Then, the album’s owner, digital art collective PleasrDAO, filed a federal…

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  • Fucked Up Announce Tour and Album, Share Video for New Song: Watch

    Fucked Up have announced a new album, Another Day, and a tour of North America and Europe. Check out the tracklist, artwork, and tour dates below, along with a single, “Stimming,” and its hyperactive video. Guests on the One Day follow-up include Sam Bielanski, Pretty Matty, Charlie Manning Walker, Holden Abraham, D. Franklan, and Danko Jones. The band’s Mike Haliechuk…

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  • Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter Releases New Chiroptera Soundtrack, Additional Six Hours of Music: Listen

    Former Daft Punk musician Thomas Bangalter worked with artist JR and choreographer Damien Jallet on the new dance performance Chiroptera, which features 154 dancers and takes place on multiple floors. It debuted in the Paris Opera House’s forecourt last November. Now, over half a year later, Bangalter’s soundtrack for that performance is finally out, and you can listen to it…

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  • Halsey Works With Alex G on Vulnerable New Song “The End”: Listen

    Halsey has released the new song “The End.” She co-produced the track with Michael Uzowuru and Alex G, the latter of whom also plays guitar on the song. Listen to the single below. On Instagram, Halsey shared photos and videos of herself receiving treatment. She captioned the post, “long story short, i’m Lucky to be alive. short story long, i…

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  • Jennifer Lopez Cancels Tour Less Than One Month Before Kickoff

    Representatives for Live Nation announced today that the Jennifer Lopez US Summer 2024 Tour ‘THIS IS ME…LIVE’ is canceled, citing …“Jennifer is taking time off to be with her children, family and close friends.” For those who purchased through Ticketmaster, tickets will automatically be refunded – there is nothing further fans need to do. For those who purchased via third-party…

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  • Clairo Announces New York and Los Angeles Concerts

    Clairo will play a handful of concerts in Los Angeles and New York in support of her third studio album, Charm. The singer-songwriter’s California residency is at the Fonda Theatre, and her New York residency will take place at Webster Hall. See Clairo’s tour dates below. Charm is out July 12. Clairo recently released the album’s lead single, “Sexy to…

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  • Travis Scott Settles Last Remaining Astroworld Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    Travis Scott, Live Nation Entertainment, and other defendants have settled the last remaining wrongful death lawsuit they were facing in the wake of the 2021 Astroworld tragedy, the Houston Chronicle reports. The lawsuit was filed by the family of Ezra Blount, the youngest victim of the crowd crush. In a statement to the Houston Chronicle, S. Scott West, an attorney…

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  • Kendrick Lamar Wastes No Time to Answer Drake Diss With New Song “Meet the Grahams”: Listen

    Kendrick Lamar is already back with another Drake diss. “Meet the Grahams,” the Compton artist’s third track of the week—following “Euphoria” and “6:16 in LA”—arrives within an hour of Drake’s barbed response, “Family Matters.” Find the latest new song below. Lamar opens “Meet the Grahams” by addressing Drake’s son, Adonis Graham: Dear Adonis, I’m sorry that that man is your…

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