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Composer and producer Frank Maston reflects on the recent passing of Ennio Morricone, sharing his thoughts along with a mix of lesser known Morricone compositions …

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“Play On” is a song for the open road — which was part of the inspiration behind Photo Ops’ new album “Pure at Heart,” arriving Sept. 18.

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Back in 2009 the late great Luther Allison had a live CD and DVD collection released posthumously by his label Ruf. Allison died on August 12, 1997, just five days before his 58th birthday, and […] For more, go to: TheRockpit.net (Source)

  ■■■■■ Monday, June 22 ■ All day: Nick Cave’s BAD SEED TEEVEE continues on YouTube. ■ 12AM: KCON:TACT 2020 Summer on YouTube and their website. ■ 7AM: KAMAUU on Instagram. ■ 7AM: Nice Horse on Facebook. ■ 9:30AM: Yungblud on YouTube (every Monday). ■ 10AM: La Blogotheque’s #StayAwayShow with Büsra Kayikçi on Instagram. ■ […]

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Today’s online finds include Depeche Mode, Open Mike Eagle, Ty Segall, TOKiMONSTA, Phoebe Bridgers, Adam Lambert, Alex Ebert, Bedouine and more. Plus, there is one live club show tonight.

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Harry the Nightgown is the new project from Sami Perez and Spencer Hartling. Their sophomore single, “Pill Poppin’ Therapist” is a great remedy for inner turmoil. Open your ears and have a shot of it.

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TV on the Radio‘s Tunde Adebimpe has just released a new song that will get you charged up for the rally you plan to attend this weekend. Entitled “People,” the song starts with a quick-stepping beat and builds up the guitars as Adebimpe brings in the vocals. With lyrics like “If you see

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What is the purpose of an art piece? It could be anything, it could be a piece of painting, a piece of poetry, a novel, a short story, or a piece of music. A song bears so many emotions of the composer. According to Edward Husserl, what we create is a reflection of our own […]

Kevin Bronson on June 17th, 2020 Share this: Trapdoor Social When Trapdoor Social released the single “Whispers” in January, it dialed into the political zeitgeist as it relates the L.A. indie-rockers favorite issue: climate change. As they premiere the stylish video today, current events — the pandemic and the fever-pitched campaign for racial justice — […]

23-year-old Wyatt Waddell wrote, performed and recorded “FIGHT!” in 24 hours after witnessing the protests sparked by the brutal killing of George Floyd. That urgency presents itself both lyrically; “There’s already so much pain / And there ain’t nothin else we can do / But to fight,“ and musically; sparse church rhythms keep a fierce […]