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Matty Matheson and Benny Blanco

On paper, the combination of a cookbook author/restaurateur and a Grammy-nominated pop producer might seem a little strange. On camera, the result is a beautiful juxtaposition between these two worlds, made possible by years of friendship and unrivaled chemistry. However, for Matty Matheson, who’s best known for his 2018 New York Times bestselling cookbook, hosting […]

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With the arrival of new single “Off,” the singer looks ahead to a future where he finishes his BLACKsummers’night trilogy — and owns his music for the very first time For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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.
By entertainment industry standards, Susanna Hoffs’ career is epic. Of course, you could say she was Succession-style born into her line of work (minus the familial backstabbing). The daughter of writer/director/producer Tamar Simon Hoffs, the Bangles singer and co-founder grew up extremely plugged into the arts, dancing ballet and visiting the theater with her parents and siblings. By the time she was in college, Hoffs had already started acting in indie features, but it was Los Angeles’ underground punk scene — plus catching shows from Patti Smith and the Sex Pistols — that really inspired her.

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"It was a beautiful sight to see." Continue reading…

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Alice Cooper, David Bowie and Elton John got the orders from late legend's bodyguards. Continue reading…

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Young Thug released his new album Punk on Friday, which featured guest appearances from Drake, Travis Scott, Doja Cat, Gunna, A$AP Rocky, Post Malone, among others. Those others also included Blink-182’s Travis Barker, Gunna, and Nate Reuss (of fun. fame), and they all came along with Thug for his first appearance on Saturday Night Live as a musical guest. Reuss and Gunna were there for their collab from the album called “Love You More”; Barker played drums for that and “Tick Tock,” which was the album’s lead single. Watch the performances below.

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Prince’s 1981 album Controversy turns 40 today. And to celebrate its anniversary, the Prince Estate and Warner Records have partnered to release a previously unheard 1979 solo demo recording of the album track “Do Me, Baby.”

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Sanneh, a longtime music critic, offers a spirited “defense of musical genres,” from rap to country to punk, in his new book, Major Labels For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

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Eddie Vedder curates Ohana Festival in Dana Point, California, and he headlines pretty much every year. This year, he’s headlining solo and with the rest of Pearl Jam. And when last night’s scheduled headliners Kings Of Leon had to cancel at the last minute after their mother died, Vedder ended up filling in with another headlining set.

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Pearl Jam frontman stepped in after Kings of Leon pulled out of festival. Continue reading…

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