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June 2019 New Music Releases

Can’t find the dough for the latest concert ticket? Check out this list of June 2019 new music releases for a string of cool upcoming live albums. There are a couple of major new recordings on the way, too. Bruce Springsteen‘s first studio project in five years was inspired in part by pop records that emerged […]

June 2019 New Music Releases

Can’t find the dough for the latest concert ticket? Check out this list of June 2019 new music releases for a string of cool upcoming live albums. There are a couple of major new recordings on the way, too. Bruce Springsteen‘s first studio project in five years was inspired in part by pop records that emerged […]

Portugal. The Man back on for ‘hold’ music at State

‘ALASKA FLAG SONG’ BY PAUL ROSENTHAL PLUS NATIVE JAZZ Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka has reauthorized the the Alaska Music on Hold project, with some new selections. Concerns raised by Must Read Alaska about a couple of the dark and discordant songs that had been chosen for the State of Alaska’s official “hold” music […]

KUSH Music Adds for 5/18/2019

KUSH listeners have many musical treats heading toward their ears! New music tabbed as Americana added to the KUSH rotation this week includes TK The Know-Nothings (“Desert Rose”), Taylor Scott Band (“Curiousity”), Kenny Wayne Sheperd (“Take It On Home”), Jade Bird (“Going Gone”), Five Letter Word (“Silent Message”), Nick Lowe (“Love Starvation”) and Nickel Slots […]

Review: A Renaissance cautionary tale, delivered in lustrous music and pointless staging

Members of the Los Angeles Master Chorale perform Orlando di Lasso’s “Lagrime di San Pietro” (“Tears of Saint Peter”). Photo: Tao Ruspoli, Los Angeles Master Chorale There’s an important moral homily on offer in “The Tears of St. Peter,” the expansive choral masterpiece completed by the Renaissance composer Orlando di Lasso just weeks before his […]

Madonna at Eurovision in Tel Aviv: ‘Never Underestimate the Power of Music’

Madonna took the stage at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv on Saturday night (May 18). The appearance comes ahead of the release of her forthcoming album “Madame X,” due out on June 14. Following performances from Israeli singer-songwriter Idan Raichel and 2018 Eurovision winner Netta Barzilai, who sang her latest single “Nana Banana,” […]

Hardy Brings the Party With ‘Rednecker’ Music Video

Country newcomer Hardy is rednecker than heck in his all-out party new”Rednecker” music video. Directed by Justin Clough, the video was shot on a farm in Cottontown, Tenn., and features some of Hardy’s songwriting collaborators: Brett Tyler, Joe Clemmons and Benjy Davis. The group was able to relax and have a fun day just being buddies and hanging out. Their day […]

A Label in Need: The Week in Classical Music

So the chance to hear it in its original context at the Los Angeles Opera was impossible to pass up. It turns out that it’s just as stirring without the (real) bloodshed. Even more moving was Plácido Domingo, singing his astounding 151st role as the title character: the bandit Juanillo, known as El Gato Montés […]

Kid Cudi Dropping New Music Next Year

Fans hoping to get new Kid Cudi music in 2019 will have to wait a while longer. The Ohio rapper recently announced he won’t be dropping new material until 2020. On Friday (May 17), Cudder hopped on Twitter to give an update to fans. “Been mad busy yall!! So much exciting stuff just for u. […]

How to listen to the music from "Game of Thrones"

Throughout the many ups and downs on Game of Thrones, one thing has remained consistently excellent: Ramin Djawadi’s music. And even though HBO’s epic fantasy series will come to a close this Sunday, the music isn’t going anywhere. Game of Thrones’ soundtrack has taken on a life of its own, turning composer Djawadi into a […]