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The Mechanical Licensing Collective (The MLC) announced that Simply Royalties and Verifi Media have joined its Data Quality Initiative (DQI) Partner Program, partnerships that will make it easier for each company’s customers to participate in the DQI and check the accuracy of their musical works data with that listed in The MLC’s database. With the new additions, The MLC now has seven music data companies onboarded as official DQI partners. The MLC continues to emphasize the importance of data accuracy with its Members now that the organization is distributing digital audio mechanical royalties on a monthly basis, and the DQI […]

The post The MLC Adds New Data Quality Initiative Partners appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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From nips slips to guitar smashing, we look at some of the blatant double standards women face in rock and metal. Continue reading…

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With two decades of hindsight, it’s kind of funny to notice how at war with themselves music critics seemed regarding Incubus, especially by the time the unapologetically SoCal troupe released their fourth studio album, Morning View. As has been unendingly discussed, especially now with all of these other era-adjacent anniversaries, rock music was a tricky subject in the late ’90s and early 2000s. The Strokes were only juuuust getting around to putting their nonchalant, retrofied spin on the genre, and for the six-ish years prior, a successful radio rock band was probably going to be lumped in with Korn, Disturbed, Limp Bizkit, Drowning Pool, and the rest of the Ozzfest lineup. Incubus were not quite as easy to categorize, though goodness knows promoters tried, frequently dumping them in the nu-metal bucket on the festival circuit. Sure, Incubus’ earliest work went Deftones-hard, but then you also had acoustic, mid-tempo ballads like “Drive” and a gentle, oft-shirtless lead singer, and, welp, now the pop kids who loved *NSYNC and Britney could rock out a little too. I should know — I was one of them.

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HEALTH x Poppy "DEAD FLOWERS"

HEALTH have joined forces with Poppy on a new single, “DEAD FLOWERS,” available via Loma Vista Recordings. The track is HEALTH’s fourth single this year, following collaborations with Nine Inch Nails on “ISN’T EVERYONE” and Tyler Bates and Chino Moreno on “ANTI-LIFE.” Read more: HEALTH discuss collab album and working with Nine Inch Nails “DEAD […]

The post HEALTH preview upcoming album with Poppy collab “DEAD FLOWERS” appeared first on Alternative Press.

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English punk music festival Slam Dunk Festival announced the line- up for their summer 2022 festivals. Alexisonfire, Rancid, The Used, The Story So Far, The Wonder Years, Hot Water Music, The Vandals and much more is set to appear on June 3rd in Leeds and on June 4th in Hatfield Park, UK. You can click here to get more information on the event. For more, check out: static.PunkNews.org (Source)

JUNO Award winning melodic metal quartet, Unleash The Archers, only just finished their recent US tour, but are already gearing up to hit the road once again.
Due to COVID protocols, the band was forced to not only cancel a handful of kickoff dates on the aforementioned tour, but also…For more, check out: BraveWords.com (Source)

Laine Hardy celebrates small town life with “Here’s To Anyone.”

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SYSTEM OF A DOWN has been forced to postpone this coming weekend’s Los Angeles concerts to next February after singer Serj Tankian tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. The band shared the news of the postponement earlier today (Thursday, October 21) in a social media post. The group wrote: “It is with great regret that we must reschedule our Los Angeles performances to February 4th and 5th, 2022. Despite multiple precautionary measures, Serj has unfortunately tested positive for COVID. “We’re sorry to disappoint our amazing fans with this last minute news, as we could not wait to finally play for you. However, the health of our band, crew, venue staff, and all of our fans is our top priority. “All tickets will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refund availability will be sent to all ticket buyers via email.” Tankian added in a separate statement: “After having 3 really fun shows, I got back to LA with flu-like symptoms. “I am shocked that it could even be Covid as I am not just vaccinated but also incredibly careful. “I am so sorry to have to push these dates yet again especially to those who made sacrifices to be here from out of town. “Touring is not something I intend to continue doing down the line so these handful of shows have meant the world to me. “Thank you for your love and understanding . Peace”. SYSTEM OF A DOWN‘s two shows at the Banc Of California stadium with KORN, HELMET and RUSSIAN CIRCLES were initially slated to take place in May 2020, and were rescheduled to May 21 and 22, 2021 and then once again to October 22 and 23, 2021. Also originally scheduled to appear was FAITH NO MORE, but the band pulled out of the shows in September, saying frontman Mike Patton was unable to perform as hoped due to mental health issues, partially exacerbated by the pandemic. SYSTEM OF A DOWN has toured intermittently since ending its hiatus in 2011, but has only managed to record two songs in the last 16 years, “Protect The Land” and “Genocidal Humanoidz”. Released last November, the tracks were motivated by the recently erupted conflict between Artsakh and Azerbaijan, with all proceeds supporting humanitarian efforts in SYSTEM OF A DOWN‘s ancestral homeland of Armenia. Along with other donations from fans on their social pages, they have raised over $600,000.

After having 3 really fun shows, I got back to LA with flu-like symptoms. I am shocked that it could even be Covid as I… Posted by Serj Tankian on Thursday, October 21, 2021

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Anitta teams up with Saweetie in “Faking Love.”

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