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k.d. lang 'makeover'

k.d lang has released her latest album makeover. The record is now available via Nonesuch Records. The new collection features remixes of some of lang’s most important early material. Revisiting tracks such as “Miss Chatelaine,” “Summerfling” and “Theme From The Valley Of The Dolls,” the release highlights lang’s crossover appeal in the realm of electronic […]

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Next month, Moby — who would rather not talk about that whole Natalie Portman thing — is releasing Reprise, an album of orchestral reimaginings of songs from his catalog that was inspired by a classical performance of his music that took place in 2018.

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Moby gave an interview to The Guardian promoting Reprise, his new album featuring reinterpretations of his catalog, and the accompanying surrealist documentary Moby Doc. Inevitably, the subject of Moby’s 2019 memoir Then It Fell Apart came up. That was the book in which he claimed to have once dated a young Natalie Portman, which led to a denial from Portman (who framed their interactions as “creepy” predatory behavior by an older man), an apology from Moby, and the cancellation of his book tour so he could “go away for a while.”

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Reminiscing on a 30-year musical career, the DJ, producer, singer, photographer, activist, you name it known as Moby is reimagining 13 of his songs on Reprise, out May 28. The first track off Reprise takes on an ethereal vibe compared the original 1999 song. Explaining the album’s creation, Moby explains in a press release, “Sorry if this…

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Moby is revisiting his catalog with the new album Reprise. Inspired by a 2018 classical performance of his music with conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Reprise is an orchestral reimagining of Moby’s classics with help from Hungary’s Budapest Art Orchestra and guests including Kris Kristofferson, Mark Lanegan, and Gregory Porter.

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I know how you feel today. You need to hear some sounds that recognize the pain in you now. What I’m about to tell you may or may not fit the bill. That’s up for you to decide. But if you want to hear a couple of festival favorites cover the Verve’s immortal Britpop classic “Bitter Sweet Symphony,” we’ve got you covered.

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We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc.

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Today’s fare includes Linda Diaz, winner of NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest, acoustic Paul Simon and streams from Real Estate, Moby, Amanda Shires, Trishes and more

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