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Music Review: Young Jeezy shows up to rap on the weird, overwrought Seen It All

Why does Jeezy sound so energized on Seen It All? At this point in a rapper’s career a new record is supposed to be almost an afterthought, a brief bit of face time with the CEO when he’s in the office instead of on his yacht. But there’s...Show More Summary

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

We’re taking a long weekend and will return tomorrow, 9/2.  While we’re away, why not fire up our free Record Store Locator app and visit one of your local indie record shops? Perhaps there’s an interview, review, or feature you might have missed? Catch up and we’ll see you back here on Tuesday. The post Happy Labor Day Weekend! appeared first on The Vinyl District.

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

We’re taking long weekend and will return on Tuesday, 9/2.  While we’re away, why not fire up our free Record Store Locator app and visit one of your local indie record shops? Perhaps there’s an interview, review, or feature you might have missed? Catch up and we’ll see you back here on Tuesday. The post Happy Labor Day Weekend! appeared first on The Vinyl District.

TVD Live: Little Dragon at the Fox Theater, 8/22

Gothenburg-based underground superstars Little Dragon might be the most difficult band to describe in words. I just read three different reviews of their brilliant new record on three elite hipster blogs, and after referencing the urban dictionary several times, none of them made any sense. Show More Summary

Review: Tim Aves & Wolfpack: Never Saw Chester

Review for TIM AVES & WOLFPACK – CD – ‘NEVER SAW CHESTER’ – 2014 http://www.timwolfpack.moonfruit.com/ (Square One Records: Square 035) All the way from the ‘Essex Delta’, Tim Aves & Wolfpack have put together their splendid second album, ‘Never Saw Chester’. Inspired by Howlin Wolf, the excellent new CD gives us a mix of many of […]

5 Skull Review: “POP” #1

“POP” #1 is a cultural satire that points an un-shaking finger at the modern music industry and implicates the rest of us along the way.  “POP” imagines a world where artists are grown in a lab and kept under control by the record label execs that created them.  If you have even an ounce of […]

Start Building Your Music Career By Focusing On Regional And Niche Music Publications

By Jamie Ludwig from the Sonicbids Blog. Many independent musicians dream of playing their favorite late night TV shows, landing interviews in iconic magazines, and receiving top-score record reviews on the most notorious music websites. Show More Summary

Autohome - Great Track Record Missing Institutional Support

By Brian Dightman: Autohome (NYSE:ATHM) publishes independent data, customer reviews and advertisements on autos through a series of websites the company owns and operates in China. The company was founded in 2005 and produced its first profit in 2008. Show More Summary

SpaceX Delays Launch Days After Test Mishap

The company says it will review flight record details before the next test flight

Music Review: Ariana Grande’s sweet, sweet fantasies are polished but disappointing

Ariana Grande’s second record, My Everything, is a slick throwback to melodramatic ’80s and ’90s pop—and specifically, a determined nod to the days when melismatic divas ruled the airwaves. For starters, the ex-Nickelodeon star channels...Show More Summary

Album Review: Cold Specks – Neuroplasticity

Solid songs worth hearing, but is it even a Cold Specks record?

Detectives seek witnesses in Suge Knight shooting

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WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles County detectives are reviewing security camera footage and seeking witnesses to a shooting at a packed nightclub that injured three people, including Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight.

BBC Airs Kate Bush Documentary

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The Guardian has a review: When Kate Bush got her £3,000 record deal from EMI at 16, she used some of it to pay for dance classes with the legendary choreographer Lindsay Kemp. In last night's The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill...Show More Summary

Washington, Harris Battle for Chance to Be Next Undrafted Sensation on Giants

The preseason is so weird because your key players can perform terribly and the negative reviews can drastically outweigh the good ones, but you can still have a 3-0 record. That's the case right now with the New York Giants, who have...Show More Summary

Run the Jewels share new single ‘Blockbuster Night,’ announce new album

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Killer Mike and El-P's wildly successful collaborative project Run the Jewels has been hinting at a follow-up album to last year's "RTJ" almost since the first record was released to feverish reviews.

Review: Royal Southern Brotherhood – heartsoulblood

Royal Southern Brotherhood – heartsoulblood (Ruf Records: RUF 1204) The second studio album from the Royal Southern Brotherhood, among a large number of solo releases, is again a ‘melting pot’ of all things from the southern states of the USA – a heady mix of rock, blues, funk, soul and more, and again of the highest […]

Music Review: Cory Branan – “The No-Hit Wonder” (Bloodshot Records)

Nashville in the 70?s was a place of wandering, dusty minstrels tripping into town from distant small towns with little more than cheap guitars, grand dreams and a reverent yet defiant attitude regarding the power structure of Nashville music industry. The ripples where felt and absorbed back into the system and the result was the [...]

FSOC Takes Next Step In MetLife Systemic Review

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Financial Stability Oversight Council has closed the evidentiary record to determine whether insurance firm Metlife Inc is systemically important, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters. ItShow More Summary

Review of Jars of Clay '20': An Innovative Fan-Focused, Stripped-Down Album

It isn't often that a fan can pick a song for their favorite artist to preform. It's even more rare for fans to be able to choose what songs their favorite artist records. But Grammy and Dove Award Winning group Jars of Clay have done just that with "20".

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