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Month: September 2021

Spector Musical Instruments has announced the introduction of its new Euro RST (“roasted”) series basses. The latest additions to Spector’s acclaimed Euro series, these four- and five-string models bring Spector’s classic design into a new era with updated tonewoods, enhanced electronics, and a fresh palette of exclusive stain options. Neck-through construction has long been central to the Spector design, and the 24-fret Euro RST takes this concept to the next level with a three-piece Roasted Maple neck and fingerboard with mother-of-pearl inlays, which not only gives this design a distinct look but also offers enhanced stability and rigidity. This perfectly tempered tonewood is […]

The post Spector Releases Euro RST Basses appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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Norwegian collective Lindy-Fay Hella (Wardruna) & Dei Farne recently announced their new album Hildring (meaning mirage) arriving on November 26 via By Norse. Hildring is Lindy-Fay’s second album, following the release of Seafarer in 2019 which was released in her own name. Dei Farne are musicians; Roy Ole Førland…For more, check out: BraveWords.com (Source)

Singer says she wants her father, Jamie, suspended from her conservatorship by September 29th, so she can freely negotiate a prenup with fiancé Sam Asghari For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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The London pop duo Girlhood’s self-titled debut was one of 2020’s low-key pop pleasures. Today, almost a year after the album’s release, Tessa Cavanna and Christian Pinchbeck are back with a new one-off track called “4AM” that sees them once again artfully merging ’90s soul and R&B with the concurrent beat-driven electronica sounds of that moment. Despite the aggressive tone of the big beat movement, the rhythm here is typically understated and gliding. I imagine Jorja Smith’s records might have sounded like this if she’d started releasing music 15-20 years earlier.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Legendary heavy metal act Iron Maiden has teamed up with Funko for Digital Pop! NFTs based on the various iterations of the various Funko collectibles. Starting on September 30 at 2 PM EST / 11 AM PDT, fans can buy the NFTs at wdny.io.
The NFTs will be available in…For more, check out: BraveWords.com (Source)

The filing represents the first time Britney Spears has called for an end to the arrangement in court documents, though she has called for its termination in hearings. For more, go to: NPR.org (Source)

Hip-hop trio the Fugees are reuniting with original members Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel for a tour celebrating their 1996 album, ‘The Score.’

For more, go to: LATimes.com/entertainment/music (Source)

Foxx Bodies turn singer Bella Vanek’s personal trauma into punk-rock theater on their album “Vixen,” out in November via Kill Rock Stars.

The post Video: Foxx Bodies, ‘BPD’ appeared first on buzzbands.la.

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Constant Smiles are an indie rock collective led and anchored by sole constant member Ben Jones, originally formed on Martha’s Vineyard in 2009. Now 15 albums into their career, they’ve signed to Sacred Bones for the release of the newly announced album Paragons, named for Jones’ “attempt to be a more exemplary person since getting sober” and the friends who have supported him. And today, Jones and company are sharing lead single “Run To Stay.”

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Laura Jane Grace At War With The Silverfish

Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! has released a surprise EP. Titled At War With The Silverfish, the new release dropped via Polyvinyl Records. The record follows Grace’s solo album Stay Alive, released in 2020. The latest EP, which contains seven tracks, explores a variety of universal themes, ranging from yearning for love to dealing with […]

The post Laura Jane Grace surprise-drops ‘At War With The Silverfish’ EP—listen appeared first on Alternative Press.

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