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News Ariana Grande Joins Kelly Clarkson for New Christmas Song “Santa, Can’t You Hear Me”: Listen Their collaboration appears on Clarkson’s holiday album When Christmas Comes Around By Evan Minsker October 15, 2021 Facebook Twitter Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson, September 2021 (Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Kelly Clarkson has released
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News Watch Billie Eilish Perform “Happier Than Ever” on Kimmel Eilish and Finneas played her new album’s title song from atop the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel By Matthew Strauss October 14, 2021 Facebook Twitter Billie Eilish (Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube) Facebook Twitter Billie Eilish was the music guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. Joined by her
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News Frankie Cosmos and Lomelda Cover Each Other for Double Double Whammy Anniversary Compilation: Listen Listen to the artists’ respective renditions of “Slide” and “Sad 2” By Evan Minsker October 13, 2021 Facebook Twitter Frankie Cosmos’ Greta Kline, October 2017 (Matt Cowan/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter New York indie label Double Double Whammy is celebrating its
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News Serpentwithfeet Announces EP, Shares Video for New Song “Down Nuh River”: Listen Check out the video for the track off Deacon’s Grove—a companion piece to this year’s Deacon By Evan Minsker October 13, 2021 Facebook Twitter Serpentwithfeet, photo by Braylen Dion Facebook Twitter Serpentwithfeet has announced a new EP that serves as a companion
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News The Jazz Butcher’s Pat Fish Dies at 64 The Creation Records mainstay was a prolific songwriter and cross-pollinator of indie music in his native Northampton By Matthew Ismael Ruiz and Jazz Monroe October 12, 2021 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Pat Fish, the bassist and bandleader best known for his work with the Jazz Butcher,
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News Tyga Booked on Felony Domestic Violence Charge The rapper was reportedly physical with his ex-girlfriend during an argument By Matthew Strauss October 12, 2021 Facebook Twitter Micheal Ray Nguyen-Stevenson aka Tyga, January 2020 (Edward Berthelot/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Tyga has turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Department on a charge of felony
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News Third Power’s Jem Targal Dies at 74 The bassist and singer was the Detroit psych rock trio’s primary songwriter By Matthew Ismael Ruiz October 11, 2021 Facebook Twitter Jem Targal performs with The Third Power in Detroit, Michigan, May 5, 2017. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Third Power bassist, singer, and songwriter
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News Austin City Limits Apologizes to Phoebe Bridgers for Cutting Sound, Donates to Texas Abortion Funds “We wish this had not happened and extend our apologies to Phoebe.” By Evan Minsker October 11, 2021 Facebook Twitter Phoebe Bridgers at ACL Music Festival (Tim Mosenfelder/FilmMagic) Facebook Twitter After Phoebe Bridgers had her sound cut off early
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News Sally Shapiro Announce New Album Sad Cities, Share New Song “Fading Away”: Listen The duo, who recently returned, last released an album in 2013 By Evan Minsker October 8, 2021 Facebook Twitter Sally Shapiro, photo by Mika Stjärnglinder Facebook Twitter Sally Shapiro, the project of Shapiro and producer Johan Agebjörn, have announced that their
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News Suicidal Tendencies’ Instagram Account Briefly “Removed in Error” Due to Band Name Their official account was down for weeks after the Instagram team “mistakenly flagged” it for promoting self-harm By Madison Bloom October 8, 2021 Facebook Twitter Suicidal Tendencies, 1990 (Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Earlier this week, Los Angeles punk band Suicidal
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News Le Tigre’s Kathleen Hanna and Johanna Fateman Sue Over “Deceptacon” Copyright Infringement Accusation Countering singer-songwriter Barry Mann’s claims that the song draws from his 1961 hit “Who Put the Bomp (In the Bomp, Bomp Bomp)” By Allison Hussey October 9, 2021 Facebook Twitter Kathleen Hanna and Johanna Fateman, November 2013 (Photo by Gary Gershoff/WireImage)
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News Bush Tetras Drummer Dee Pop Dies at 65 The native New Yorker also played with The Clash, Can’s Michael Karoli, and The Gun Club By Matthew Ismael Ruiz October 9, 2021 Facebook Twitter Dee Pop (Photo by Bob Gruen) Facebook Twitter Bush Tetras drummer Dee Pop died in his sleep last night (October 9).
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News Built to Spill Sign to Sub Pop, Announce 2022 Tour Doug Martsch, Melanie Radford, and Teresa Esguerra are working on a new album that’s due out next year By Madison Bloom October 7, 2021 Facebook Twitter Built to Spill’s Doug Martsch, photo courtesy of the artist Facebook Twitter Pacific Northwest rock band Built to
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