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Gorillaz Enraged by Police Brutality and Racism

Gorillaz were one of the many musical acts who took part in yesterday’s Tuesday Blackout (June 2). However, the band has released a message where they say that they won’t stay silent during these times. “Gorillaz are enraged at the death of George Floyd and many before him at the hands of systemic racism and […]

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On Chromatica, Lady Gaga Doesn’t Know What Normal Is | SPIN

Lady Gaga is one of those artists you wish wasn’t such a crowd-pleaser, because her crowd is often wrong. And maybe we’d play it safe too if our most sonically adventurous album garnered the nickname Artflop. But ever since 2013’s absurd, problematic, and musically astonishing Artpop didn’t meet commercial expectations (despite reaching no. 1 and […]

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Josef Bansuelo, Former 7Seconds Bassist, Dies

Josef Bansuelo, who played bass in famed hardcore band 7Seconds for a brief period, has died. The band confirmed the news on their Facebook page. Bansuelo performed with the band on their New Wind and Praise album and EP respectively in 1986 and 1987, replacing Steve You. Per singer Kevin Seconds, the cause of death was cancer. “I just […]

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Record Store Day Shares New List of Exclusive Releases

Record Store Day has just announced 2020’s “RSD Drops,” its annual collection of vinyl which will be released on three separate days this year — Aug. 29, Sept. 26 and Oct. 24. While the event regularly takes place in April, organizers wanted vinyl collectors to be mindful of social-distancing regulations. And with previously unreleased tracks from […]

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Fiona Apple Joins Black Lives Matter Protests

Like many around the U.S., Fiona Apple joined the protests against racism and police brutality over the weekend. Carrying a sign with “COPS: DON’T BE WHITE CHAUVINISTS ARREST THE OTHER THREE!!!,” Apple, who also made sure to wear a mask, walked with protestors in Santa Monica. Zelda Hallman, a filmmaker and Apple’s housemate, posted a […]

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