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Bebe Rexha's voice makes a quirky, squirmy sound that may not be your cup of squeak. But if it is, then it's crazily irresistible and, given the right melody, unstoppable. Her serpentine wail is the precious ingredient in some of today's biggest hits, the factor that's turned otherwise bland songs like Louis Tomlinson's "Back to You" and Florida Georgia Line's "Meant to Be" into body-rocking
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"I gotta say, when it comes down to discovering weird samples, that dude's kind of all over it," says Now Again Records founder Eothen "Egon" Alapatt of Kanye West, the superstar producer who's dropped five sample-soaked releases in the past five
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The family and record label of Vinnie Paul has announced a public memorial for the late Pantera drummer. "Vinnie Paul: A Public Celebration of Life" will take place Sunday, July 1st – the day after Paul's private funeral in his native Texas – at Dallas' Bomb Factory venue.
Fans hoping to attend the memorial must receive a
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What makes a summer jam? Is it the sunniest chorus, the hottest beat, the most weeks on the charts? Do the lyrics have to be about beaches and barbecues, or is it a question of vibe? What if it's a song on your summer playlist and no one else's?
We believe the answer is "all of the
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Three days after undergoing surgery on his broken hand, Tom Morello was back onstage in Stockholm, Sweden, performing live with Prophets of Rage, the supergroup/"elite task force of revolutionary musicians" featuring members of Rage Against the
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Charles Lloyd's engagement with rock is no passing dalliance: In the Sixties and Seventies, the saxist-flutist played the Fillmore, gigged with the Beach Boys and recorded with the post-Morrison Doors. But even that history doesn't prepare the listener for how graceful and engaged the 80-year-old NEA Jazz Master sounds on this program – the second release by his genre-blurring Marvels quintet
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