Joaquin Phoenix Rescues Cow and Calf from LA Slaughterhouse: Watch

Joaquin Phoenix collected countless trophies for his role in Joker, but it was the acceptance speeches he gave during awards season that seemed to make the biggest impact. During the Golden Globes in January, Phoenix notably spoke about the importance of animal rights, vegan lifestyle, and the environment. He made similar comments after winning Best Actor at the Academy Awards. It turns out, Phoenix isn’t just talk — his activism goes beyond the awards show podium. The day after the Oscars, Phoenix saved a cow and its calf from a…

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Party with Blood Command’s New Jam, “Saturday City”

Blood Command inherently understand that all records labels who line up like a bunch of sheep and insist on releasing all new songs on Fridays because of amorphis, outdated concepts like “charts,” are lame. That’s presumably why they’ve named their new single “Saturday City” — Saturday is for partying while listening to new jams!! They get it!! Unfortunately their new label, Hassle, did not listen. It’s a shame, really, because all they ended up with was this stupid article instead of an actual hype piece since we’re all too friggin’…

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Seven Lions Releases First Solo Single In Over A Year, “Only Now” feat. Tyler Graves

The last twelve months or so for Seven Lions have been a period of collaboration. Putting out new songs with Jason Ross, Dimibo, Above & Beyond, Excision & Wooli, Mitis, Wooli & Trivecta, Crystal Skies, Kill The Noise, and Slander & Dabin, it’s been a while since it’s just been him on a track. Today, Seven Lions releases his new song “Only Now” featuring Tyler Graves and proves that he is still the king of melodic dubstep. Graves’ voice is powerfully emotional and perfectly suited to the genre, providing that…

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Metallica’s James Hetfield Pays Tribute to Eddie Money in First Performance Since Rehab Stint: Watch

James Hetfield surprised fans at a tribute to late rocker Eddie Money by taking the stage for an acoustic performance on Thursday night. The Metallica frontman covered Money’s hit “Baby Hold On”, marking Hetfield’s first live gig since completing a stint in rehab. The benefit show, dubbed “A Star-Studded Tribute to Eddie Money”, took place in Beverly Hills. Hetfield wasn’t listed among the artists on the bill, and he received a rousing ovation from the delighted audience when he walked out onstage. Before launching into the song, Hetfield talked about…

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Jessy Lanza Returns With New Song “Lick in Heaven”: Stream

The Canadian songwriter Jessy Lanza has returned to her electropop roots with a new single called “Lick in Heaven”. She’s also announced dates for a European tour. Before Lanza pursued other interests (namely, serving as a DJ for BBC Radio 1), her 2016 album Oh No placed her at the forefront of the bedroom pop movement that later produced artists such as Clairo, Troye Sivan, and even Billie Eilish. Last autumn, she teased an untitled LP3 with a photo on Twitter. “Lick in Heaven” is our first taste of this new project,…

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Fisher Celebrates Marriage To Chloe Chapman

Yesterday, Fisher, real name Paul Nicholas Fisher, celebrated marriage to his now wife, Chloe Chapman. The two celebrated with an intimate wedding with close friends and family in Bali as they tied the knot. In traditional Fisher fashion, the party after looked like an absolute blast, with the man himself showboating and letting his wild and crazy personality offer up a lifetime of memories. See highlights from the night below, and congratulations to the newly wedded couple! Photo via Rukes.com

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The Virgin Suicides Turns 20

There was one word in particular that kept hovering around Air when their original score for The Virgin Suicides came out 20 years ago this weekend, in February of 2000: kitsch. In more recent times, be it in the effusive reappraisals that welcomed its fifteenth anniversary reissue or when the album appears near the top of critics’ lists of the all-time best movie scores, it is telling that you are much less likely to find “kitsch” lingering around. The French duo’s music landed over here in the late ’90s at…

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Justin Jay Drops New Single, “I Just Wanna Sleep,” Ahead of Upcoming Album

Justin Jay has a way of capturing the scene’s attention. Whether you’ve caught his name on Dirtybird releases or the collaborative efforts with his Fantastic Voyage, Jay has a distinctive charisma across the many styles he tinkers with. In that way, his music is a catalogue of genre-fusing delights ranging from infectious tech-house to psychedelic indie-dance. But, on his latest single “I Just Wanna Sleep,” Justin Jay is  breaking new sonic barriers by diving deeper into his indie-rock mode. On this new track, Justin Jay teams up with frequent collaborator…

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Your EDM Premiere: NC-17 Is Back With a New Dual Single, ‘History of Violence’/’Scrub City (feat. Dave Owen and Dj Hybrid)’ [Program]

After about six months of guesting on big label compilations and collabs, NC-17 is back with some of his own curated vibes in a dual single out today on Program. “Scrub City” sees the Toronto artist teaming up with Dave Owen again as well as DJ Hybrid, while “History of Violence” is all NC-17. With the Pistol Whip collab EP with Dave Owen still fresh in everyone’s minds from last September, it’s good to see the two teaming up again for the “Scrub City” single and the addition of DJ Hybrid…

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Musicians From Outside the UK May Have to Pay to Play Starting in 2021

International musicians looking to perform in the United Kingdom may soon face new restrictions thanks to the country’s exit from the European Union. Once the Brexit transition period ends in 2021, those artists from outside the UK may need to apply for a visa and pay to play. As reported by The Line of Best Fit, the impending Temporary Worker Tier 5 visa restriction could apply to both creative and sports industries. Any non-UK citizens within the fields would need to have nearly £1,000 (the equivalent of $1,297.40 USD) in their…

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