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Ever wonder where your favorite artist filmed that one music video? While the answer is probably some private set in Los Angeles, a handful of music videos were actually filmed in public locations. With the weather warming and in-person concerts still on hold, why not support your favorite artists by visiting the sets of their […]

The post 15 iconic music video locations you can visit in real life appeared first on Alternative Press.

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hit like a girl 2021 drum contest

Public voting has opened for the 2021 Hit Like A Girl contest. Each year, the international contest returns to promote the visibility of female drummers and percussionists. Supporters can now cast votes for their favorite contestants. They can submit one vote per person per day through April 25 at 11:59 p.m. PST by logging in […]

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twenty one pilots 2021

Last week, Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph sent twenty one pilots fans into a frenzy when they announced their new album Scaled And Icy and unleashed first single “Shy Away.” The album’s artwork features “Trash The Dragon,” a blue creature breathing yellow fire out of its mouth, which Joseph introduced on the “Shy Away” release […]

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Taylor Swift did it. She actually went through with it. For nearly two years now — ever since her former record label Big Machine sold its catalog, including the master recordings for her first six albums, to music industry mogul Scooter Braun — she’s been talking about re-recording those albums as a fuck-you and an assertion of control. If she couldn’t own the rights to the recordings that made her one of the most successful musical artists of all time, at least she could undercut their value and present her loyal fan base with a way to enjoy that music without benefitting her nemeses. With last Friday’s release of Fearless (Taylor’s Version), that plan is officially underway.

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record store day 2021 releases

Record Store Day 2021 is quickly approaching, and the annual event has finally released its list of exclusive and limited vinyl. I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME, From First To Last, K.Flay, twenty one pilots and Linkin Park are among the lengthy list of RSD selections that includes more than 400 releases for […]

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twenty one pilots 2021

After months of anticipation and a whirlwind past few days of cryptic clues, twenty one pilots have finally introduced their next era with a new music video for “Shy Away.” Taken from their first album in nearly three years Scaled And Icy out May 21, the upbeat track officially marks the first single. While “Shy […]

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Twenty One Pilots have been quiet for the better part of the past few years, with the release of the pandemic-inspired “Level of Concern” and their holiday single “Christmas Saves the Year” being the exceptions. Now, the duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun are officially back. The Ohio-based band will release Scaled And Icy,…

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