Last Christmas by Taylor Swift — AMERICA ON COFFEE

Taylor Alison Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American singer-songwriter and actress. Raised in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee, at the age of 14 to pursue a career in country music. She signed with the independent label Big Machine Records and became the youngest songwriter ever hired by the Sony/ATV Music publishing […]

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The 10 best new artists of 2018 — Más Importante

Welcome to the Four Weeks of Listmas, a holiday-themed breakdown of the year’s most important music. Today’s list: the best new artists of 2018. Calling your shot is one thing, but making it is a whole other animal. Unless you’re Steph Curry, Will Smith’s character from Hitch or one of the other 0.001 percent of people capable […]

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Songs Of 2018: Ibibio Sound Machine, “A Forest”

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The London based Ibibio Sound Machine specializes in a heady, intoxicating afro funk that redefines world music and gives it a fresh twist. Their latest record, Eyio, is a four song EP that features three fine originals an impressive, out of this world cover of The Cure‘s classic song, “A Forest.” It’s probably one of the finest covers of a Robert Smith song you’ll ever hear, one that leaves you wanting to hear it again and again and again, thanks in part to the band’s groove and the gorgeous vocals of Eno Williams.

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Kadhja Bonet: Interstellar Soul — Wall of Sound Magazine

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Kadhja Bonet “was born in 1784 in the backseat of a sea-foam green space pinto. After spending an extraordinarily long time in her mother’s plasma, she discovered the joys and gratifications of making noise with her hands and face while traveling at maximum velocity through intergalactic jungle quadrants”. This is what the LA-based artist’s Bandcamp […]

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B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash Brings Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Shawn Mendes & More to Chicago’s Allstate Arena

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BY TER STAFF Photo by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration Chicago’s B96 brought some of the biggest names in pop for their annual B96 Pepsi Jingle Bash. With star studded performances from Cardi B, Shawn Mendes and Camila…

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Pinegrove @ The Garage (06.12.18)

Pinegrove pay their dues in impeccable fashion to an adoring, sold-out London crowd.

Not only did this feel like a long time coming, it felt like a homecoming. In February of last year, Pinegrove graced the stage of London’s Scala to conquer what was, at that time, the largest show that they had ever performed. Aside from the impeccably proficient performance, that show marked the first ever review on this here website. Much has changed since then, amidst numerous artists finding themselves faced with various sexual abuse allegations, Pinegrove’s Evan Stephens Hall was amongst those in question. This article from Pitchfork best documents the fallout from such controversies. After a year’s radio silence, Pinegrove are back at doing what they do best – playing music.

Opening with Rings to a thunderous ovation, this marked the beginning of an entire playthrough of their new album, Skylight. Intersected only by Cadmium

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*INTERVIEW* – Grime Violinist at Grime Originals — Dine On Grime / Munch on music

It is all of the above that makes Tanya Cracknell, AKA Grime violinist such an intriguing performer, she has carved out a niche in a scene you would not automatically place her, as a classically trained musician, bringing live instrument to Grime’s earth shattering logic pro beats. The Grime violinists’ covers of contemporary cuts such as …

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