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spotify wrapped 2021 spiritbox ded

Beloved annual music retrospective Spotify Wrapped is here. Each year, Spotify offers users a chance to revisit their favorite songs and most embarrassing guilty pleasures, pulling together your most-played songs, artists and podcasts. This year’s Wrapped goes even further. Wrapped Blend allows you to compare your Wrapped with your friends’ own top streams. There is […]

The post Spiritbox, KennyHoopla, DED and more share Spotify Wrapped results appeared first on Alternative Press.

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We're rockin' around the Christmas tree and into a long list of rock stars who are celebrating their birthdays this month. Continue reading…

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upsahl headline shows tour dates Aubree Estrella

Rising alt-pop star UPSAHL has announced new U.S. tour dates. The artist begins her headlining tour Nov. 30 at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco and wraps things up in Boston, Massachusetts in early 2022. Once her headlining tour finishes, UPSAHL will join K.Flay’s tour as a supporting act until early March. Read more: Foo Fighters reveal […]

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twenty one pilots livestream and tour

twenty one pilots are celebrating nearly six months of Scaled And Icy by releasing the livestream version of the album’s tracks. The duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dunn also announced a 2022 tour. TØP performed tracks from their album during a livestream concert back in May, which took place at the Schottenstein Center in […]

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It's all about the 'live' today. Continue reading…

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issue 400 launch twenty one pilots

With Alternative Press issue 400, we celebrate a major milestone for the magazine. AP has continued to change with the times, staying in touch with the evolution of music and culture at large. However, we’ve never forgotten our commitment to championing “New Music Now.” In many ways, this issue looks back to our roots. As […]

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Cherie Amour AP RECS interview

Sometimes the ear knows when it hears something special. It perks up, attentively absorbing audio waves from a source wonderful and unique enough to command its undivided attention. Early twenty one pilots had that effect, blending an array of instruments, production techniques and vocal patterns into a happy hodgepodge of songs that eventually peppered the […]

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Incoming: Ohana Fest Encore, the Wailers, Van Morrison, Dionne Warwick, Danny Elfman, Front 242, Beck, Spoon, Bob Mould Band, Cold War Kids, Earl Sweatshirt x The Alchemist, TR/ST, Shakey Graves, Japanese Breakfast, Zoé, Frankie & the Witch Fingers, CHAI, Jeff Tweedy, Remi Wolf, Natalia Lafourcade, Juanes, Third Eye Blind, Lord Huron, Twenty One Pilots, Ghetto Kumbé, Arooj Aftab, Jessie Payo, Princess, Illuminati Hotties, Jagged Baptist Club, Chord Overstreet, Poppy, AleXa, Buzzy Lee, Carbon Leaf, Maylee Todd, Algiers, Local H, Sadgirl, Inner Wave, Kat Von D, Prayers,Mini Trees, Cory Henry, Matt Costa, Ridgeway, Magic Bronson, Jesika Von Rabbit, Palaye Royal, Low Hum, Sylvia, Gal Musette, Torres, Shannon & the Clams, Felice Brothers, Mdou Moctar, Beginners, Medusa, Mary Chapin Carpenter

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Francesco Carrozzini

You could be forgiven for assuming Yebba is British. The singer born Abbey Smith — her stage name is Abbey backwards — is working in a hip-hop-adjacent retro soul realm that, in the 21st century, has been dominated by English singers like Amy Winehouse, Duffy, and Adele. One listen to “Boomerang,” the most decidedly Winehouse-esque throwback on Yebba’s debut album Dawn, is enough to clue you in to Back To Black producer Mark Ronson’s involvement. But no, Yebba is not from the UK. She’s from Arkansas. And the music industry is doing its damndest to ensure she’s known all over the world.

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Rob Rusling

Four years ago, this column posed a question: “Can WizKid Conquer The US Pop Landscape He Helped Create?” At the time, American pop music was sounding increasingly African, in no small part thanks to the smash success of Drake’s chart-topping WizKid collab “One Dance.” With “One Dance” and a handful of other tracks on his Views album, Drake — always savvy about interjecting himself into whatever trends he sees popping off — incorporated elements of the Afrobeats sound (not to be confused with Afrobeat), a catchall term for a network of seemingly infinite subgenres that thrives in cities like Lagos, Accra, and London. WizKid —- born Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun in Lagos 31 years ago — has long been a superstar in West Africa and throughout the diaspora, and he was a natural choice to lend “One Dance” an air of authenticity.

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